These two cobalt-copper-zinc anomalies will now be followed up with a 3D induced polarisation (IP) survey expected to commence in late October 2018.
The Whale Mine was previously a producing zinc mine and the Anchor Trend is a 2-kilometre long copper anomaly extending parallel to the Keystone Fault.
After the 3D IP survey, the company plans to drill up to 5 holes for 1,000 metres at the Whale area to test the structural geologist’s interpretation.
The Goodsprings Cobalt and Base Metals Project comprises 329 mining claims covering 6,580 acres located within the Goodsprings mining district in southern Nevada.
Due to the lack of any modern exploration, the project area presents attractive opportunities to deploy modern exploration techniques.