Tasman Resources (ASX:TAS) has started an initial aircore and reverse circulation drilling program to test the previously untested Corrie Dam epithermal gold-silver soil geochemical target in South Australia.
This is intended to delineate a significant new gold-silver mineralised epithermal system beneath the interpreted shallow cover.
The total number of holes to be drilled is estimated to be between 40 and 80 but will depend on the cover thickness and depth of weathering.
Corrie Dam is located in the southwest corner of the company’s Parkinson Dam Project in EL4475 about 70 kilometres west of Port Augusta.
It prospect 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.
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