The survey is being undertaken to identify conductors which potentially could be volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) copper/gold deposits similar to the nearby Horseshoe Lights copper/gold mine.
The company will use Versatile Time-Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM™ Max) geophysical system, which is suitable for locating discrete conductive anomalies.
Bryah’s survey involves 1,740 line-kilometres flown over five areas totalling circa 300 square kilometres of the Bryah Basin Project.
The Bryah Basin is home to two significant volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) copper-gold discoveries – the historic Horseshoe Lights mine (closed in 1994), and Sandfire’s DeGrussa mine (discovered in 2009).
Horseshoe Lights and DeGrussa share the same geology, the Narracoota Formation, and parts of Bryah tenements have those characteristics.
Bryah listed on the ASX last month following its initial public offering (IPO) which raised $5 million.
The new copper-gold explorer has two projects totalling over 900 square kilometres near Meekatharra in Western Australia - Bryah Basin Project and Gabanintha.
Earlier this week, the company acquired two strategically located tenements to fill important gaps within the Bryah Basin Project.