Midland Exploration (TSXV:MD) has reported the final results of its induced polarization survey conducted on its Mythril discovery.
Midland Exploration (TSXV:MD) has reported the final results of its induced polarization survey conducted on its Mythril copper-gold-molybdenum-silver discovery in Quebec.
According to the freshly released survey, a new anomaly extending over 1.3 kilometers has been identified northeast of Mythril.
Highlights from the release are as follows:
A gradient array IP survey (200-metre line spacing) is underway to cover the eastward extension of the dipole-dipole survey over an additional distance of 5.4 kilometres. Preliminary results show a chargeability anomaly identified over a distance of more than 4.4 kilometres, coinciding in its western part with the known Mythril zone over more than 2 kilometres.
A new chargeability zone was identified during the dipole-dipole array IP survey along the northeast extension of Mythril, over a minimum distance of 1.3 km (open to the east). This new anomaly is located just north of a copper-in-soil geochemical anomaly and of a float that returned 0.17 percent copper and 4.7 grams per tonne silver.
A drilling campaign totalling more than 2,000 metres is underway to test the best geophysical, geochemical and geological targets (surface occurrences and boulder fields) over a distance of approximately 2 kilometres in the west part of the dipole-dipole IP grid.