Tasman Resources’ (ASX:TAS) infill sampling has confirmed a cohesive silver anomaly at the Corrie Dam prospect located about 8 kilometres from its Parkinson Dam project in South Australia.
The 100ppb silver zone covers 1.5 kilometre by 480 metre prospect with a peak value of 630ppb.
Sampling was carried out to better define the anomaly for drill testing.
Corrie Dam lies adjacent to the interpreted location of the Uno Fault which is believed to be a controlling factor for the emplacement of epithermal gold-silver-base metal mineralisation in the region.
The prospect could be a strike extension of one of the high priority epithermal silver targets recently highlighted by Musgrave Minerals (ASX:MGV) 1.5 kilometres to the southwest on adjacent Exploration Licence 5497.
Silver values in the intervening area may be subdued due to the presence of thicker recent alluvial cover and therefore it is possible that these two adjacent anomalies may be associated with a single north trending mineralised structure.
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