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Arrow Minerals survey reveals priority drill targets at T1 and T2

The T1a prospect is defined by a 2.8x0.6 kilometre gold-in-bedrock anomaly.
Tenement map showing high priority gold prospects
The T2b prospect is defined by a 3.5x0.3 kilometre gold-in-bedrock anomaly

Arrow Minerals Ltd (ASX:AMD) has received survey results from the T1a and T2b prospects within the Strickland Gold Project in Western Australia.

The results from the recently completed ground induced polarisation (IP) and resistivity survey have produced three discrete, high priority anomalies within 150 metres of the surface.

Each target will be drill tested with angled reverse circulation (RC) drilling in the March quarter of 2019.

READ: Arrow Minerals’ drilling confirms high-grade gold at the Strickland project

In early 2018, Arrow undertook a petrophysical study on diamond core from the well-mineralised T1a and T2b prospects.

Results demonstrated a strong chargeability and resistivity contrast between mineralisation and barren lithologies.

Utilising this information, Arrow has now undertaken ground IP and resistivity surveys over the T1a and T2b prospects to define discrete targets for drill testing.

The surveys each covered an area of 1x1 kilometre.

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