- The Pluto property is one of the largest in the portfolio, being some 35km x 25km in size.
- Property has completed early stage exploration, including soils, mapping and geophysics.
- Airborne geophysics identified property-scale arcuate features in the northeastern portion of the property, aligning with volcanic units in the field. Could these be ring dykes?
- There is a greater theory of the existence of the ‘Carmacks Caldera’, a crater formed as the North American plate drifted over the Yellowstone hotspot.
- Mineralisation associated with skarn layers that appear to be passing through the topography.
- Drill ready to test extent of skarn under the hilltops.
- A total of 15,908 soils samples were collected over the property, with the strongest anomaly in the northeast corner.
- The anomalies are roughly aligned with topography, in bands associating with carbonate skarn geology in the field.
- The highest grade soil sample from the entire Ryan Gold program was collected here, at 15.43 g/t Au. Grab samples from the same area included 7.11 g/t Au.
- In total, five anomalous zones have been identified, covering an area of 41 km2.
- Neighbouring properties with similar geology includes Klaza (Rockhaven Resources – 45km to northeast)
- inferred mineral resource estimate including 9.5Mt grading 4.48g/t Au, 89.02g/t Ag, 0.75% Pb and 0.95% Zn in a carbonate skarn system.
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