Maps and Images

  • Core showing footwall zone from drill hole GTCM21-001.
    Core showing footwall zone from drill hole GTCM21-001.
  • Core from drill hole GTCM21-001
    Core from drill hole GTCM21-001
  • GTCM21 Core Close Up
    GTCM21 Core Close Up
  • Figure 1: Part of the YCGP showing (1) the trace of the Campbell Shear zone, (2) the location of the winter 2020 two holes that targeted the Campbell Shear stratigraphy on the Northbelt, and (3) location of KA-6 on the Southbelt property.
    Figure 1: Part of the YCGP showing (1) the trace of the Campbell Shear zone, (2) the location of the winter 2020 two holes that targeted the Campbell Shear stratigraphy on the Northbelt, and (3) location of KA-6 on the Southbelt property.
  • Figure 2: Visible gold intersected in hole TCG20-064 at 536.5m (targeting the Campbell Shear stratigraphy).
    Figure 2: Visible gold intersected in hole TCG20-064 at 536.5m (targeting the Campbell Shear stratigraphy).
  • Figure 3: Cross-section of the Con mine’s Campbell Shear (Source: Miramar Mining, 2001)
    Figure 3: Cross-section of the Con mine’s Campbell Shear (Source: Miramar Mining, 2001)
  • Figures 4-6: Comparison of alteration, quartz veining and sulphide mineralization from the Con mine (A)* left side and Gold Terra drill holes within the Campbell Shear stratigraphy (B) right side. * From Siddorn (2011) The Giant-Con Gold Deposit: A Once-Lined Archean Lode-Gold System. PhD thesis University of Toronto (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/29870/6/Siddorn_James_P_201106_PhD_thesis.pdf).
    Figures 4-6: Comparison of alteration, quartz veining and sulphide mineralization from the Con mine (A)* left side and Gold Terra drill holes within the Campbell Shear stratigraphy (B) right side. * From Siddorn (2011) The Giant-Con Gold Deposit: A Once-Lined Archean Lode-Gold System. PhD thesis University of Toronto (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/29870/6/Siddorn_James_P_201106_PhD_thesis.pdf).
  • Figures 4-6: Comparison of alteration, quartz veining and sulphide mineralization from the Con mine (A)* left side and Gold Terra drill holes within the Campbell Shear stratigraphy (B) right side. * From Siddorn (2011) The Giant-Con Gold Deposit: A Once-Lined Archean Lode-Gold System. PhD thesis University of Toronto (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/29870/6/Siddorn_James_P_201106_PhD_thesis.pdf).
    Figures 4-6: Comparison of alteration, quartz veining and sulphide mineralization from the Con mine (A)* left side and Gold Terra drill holes within the Campbell Shear stratigraphy (B) right side. * From Siddorn (2011) The Giant-Con Gold Deposit: A Once-Lined Archean Lode-Gold System. PhD thesis University of Toronto (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/29870/6/Siddorn_James_P_201106_PhD_thesis.pdf).
  • Figures 4-6: Comparison of alteration, quartz veining and sulphide mineralization from the Con mine (A)* left side and Gold Terra drill holes within the Campbell Shear stratigraphy (B) right side. * From Siddorn (2011) The Giant-Con Gold Deposit: A Once-Lined Archean Lode-Gold System. PhD thesis University of Toronto (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/29870/6/Siddorn_James_P_201106_PhD_thesis.pdf).
    Figures 4-6: Comparison of alteration, quartz veining and sulphide mineralization from the Con mine (A)* left side and Gold Terra drill holes within the Campbell Shear stratigraphy (B) right side. * From Siddorn (2011) The Giant-Con Gold Deposit: A Once-Lined Archean Lode-Gold System. PhD thesis University of Toronto (https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/bitstream/1807/29870/6/Siddorn_James_P_201106_PhD_thesis.pdf).

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