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... unconformably overlain by inter-fingered volcanics as well as sedimentary rocks of the Hazelton Group. This contact is known as the -Red Line' and thought to ...
... rock units present are altered feldspar-phyric porphyry intrusions cutting hornfelsed and silicified Hazelton Group volcanic rocks. The newly discovered porphyry unit has now been observed ...
... both situated east of the Forrest Kerr fault structure and mapped within Hazelton group volcanics, specifically the Hazelton group volcanics. The target environment at the ...
... copper (chalcopyrite) mineralization. The mineralized veins are hosted within a package of Hazelton Group volcanic rock that display moderate to strong silica-sericite alteration with a ...
... copper (chalcopyrite) mineralization. The mineralized veins are hosted within a package of Hazelton Group volcanic rock that display moderate to strong silica-sericite alteration with a ...
... contain numerous peripheral drainages from a major WNW-oriented topographic high following the Hazelton Group geology. Similar to Hawkeye's McBride and Todagin properties and those held ...
... to 62.5 grams of gold per tonne in rocks of the Lower Hazelton Group, Unuk River Formation, the same formation that hosts the Brucejack Mine. ...
... contain numerous peripheral drainages from a major WNW-oriented topographic high following the Hazelton Group geology. The Property is situated in the northwestern section of the ...
... The property is situated within two kilometres of the unconformity between Lower Hazelton and Stuhini rocks, also known as the "Red Line" boundary where the ...
... under explored area has excellent discovery potential due to its location within Hazelton Group rocks that have the same stratigraphic unit that hosts Auryn Resources ...
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