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Robust Structural Network Discovered Underlying Lion One's Tuvatu Alkaline Gold Project

Mining News - Published on Tue, 11 Feb 2020

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Lion One Metals Limited announced that a robust structural network has been revealed at the Company's 100% owned and fully permitted Tuvatu Alkaline Gold Project in Fiji. Controlled source audio magnetotelluric surveys conducted in late 2019 clearly show structural controls of known lode systems and reveal numerous new untested targets.

CSAMT reveals a deep-rooted, E-dipping structural corridor controls the N-S striking Tuvatu lode system opening up potential for drill expansion of these lodes beyond 1 km depth and helping focus the search for a feeder.
At least three untested structural corridors identified west of the Tuvatu lode system and two to the east, all similarly deep-rooted like the Tuvatu lode system.
Like the Tuvatu lode system, the less explored, E-W striking West Tuvatu lode system is clearly controlled by a deep-rooted, S-dipping structural corridor opening up potential for drill expansion of these lodes beyond 1 km depth.·
The structural intersection of the N-S-oriented Tuvatu lode system and E-W-oriented West Tuvatu lode system creates a robust drill target.
Deep-rooted structural corridors revealed elsewhere under the Navilawa caldera such as at Banana Creek where a major structural intersection underlies an area displaying strong gold geochemical anomalism.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Tue, 11 Feb 2020
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