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Auryn Resources (TSXV:AUG) reported results from its till sampling program in the south west region of its Committee Bay Gold project in Nunavut. The program has identified a 20 kilometer-plus long corridor of gold in till anomalies.

Auryn Resources (TSXV:AUG) reported results from its till sampling program in the south west region of its Committee Bay Gold project in Nunavut. The program has identified a 20 kilometer-plus long corridor of gold in till anomalies.
As quoted in the press release:

The program was designed to develop robust and repeatable gold vectors over targets identified in Auryn’s prospectivity analysis.
Results from the program (see Figure 1) have identified a total of 5 new significant anomalies that range from between 1 km to 10 km in length. Importantly, 3 of these anomalies constitute a newly recognized corridor of elevated gold in tills that extends for over 20 km. The targets identified have seen little to no historical work on them and demonstrate the very prospective nature of the bedrock beneath the till that covers 95% of the 300km belt. Collectively these till anomalies will become the focus for continued exploration within the SW region of the Committee Bay belt.

Auryn CEO, Shawn Wallace, said:

The till anomalies identified in 2015 validate Auryn’s exploration approach of realizing the belt’s potential to host gold mineralization underneath glacial cover. We believe that these gold till anomalies represent covered mineralized systems that will become the focus of our drilling efforts moving forward.

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