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Azimut Conducts Predictive Modeling for Copper over James Bay Region

Mining News - Published on Thu, 11 Jul 2019

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Azimut Exploration Inc announced it has recently completed regional predictive modelling for copper over the James Bay region of Quebec using the Company's AZtechMineTM expert system. Several large but underexplored copper targets have since been acquired by map designation. Some of the copper targets combine gold or nickel-cobalt potential. Azimut has a long-standing track record of successful mineral potential modelling using big data analytics, subsequently validated by field discoveries. The Company holds the largest mineral exploration portfolio in Quebec and, through strong partnerships, is one of the leading explorers in the James Bay and Nunavik regions. James Bay is one of the most active regions for mineral exploration in Canada and benefits from quality infrastructure that includes major access roads, a hydro-power grid and airports.

Predictive Modelling for Copper

Over the past six months, Azimut has conducted copper modelling using public government data and the Company's proprietary data, covering a surface area of 176,300 km2. The numerical processing parameters included geochemical and geophysical data. Further ranking used geological and structural data and past exploration work. The modelling and target generation focused on the following deposit types: Copper-gold intrusion-related, iron oxide copper gold and copper-nickel-cobalt.

Azimut's management is of the opinion that the exploration level for copper is still at a very early stage in the James Bay region. The Company has now acquired a substantial number of the significant copper targets it identified.

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Posted By : Sanju Moirangthem on Thu, 11 Jul 2019
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