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Rox Resources targeting massive sulphide accumulations at Bonya, Northern Territory


Rox Resources (ASX: RXL) has commenced an airborne electro-magnetic survey at its Bonya project, 350 kilometres east of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.

The survey is designed to detect electro-magnetic conductors, such as sulphide accumulations, at depths of up to 1 kilometre.

Rox is targeting mineralisation similar to the adjacent Jervois copper deposits which contain massive and stringer zones of chalcopyrite (copper sulphide) and pyrite (iron sulphide) mineralisation.

Results should be available by late November, will be used to identify and prioritise drilling targets.

Surface mapping and general prospecting has identified a number of geochemical targets and the survey, covering 174 square kilometres, will cover these targets and seek to identify further targets lacking surface expression.


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