Warriedar Resources Limited advise that a second ground EM survey has been completed at the Golden Range and Fields Find Projects, in the Murchison province of Western Australia.
This second program was carried out by Gap Geophysics under the direction of Newexco Exploration, leaders in EM survey planning and data modelling. Newexco modelled the data each evening during the survey, ensuring
each target anomaly was fully “covered”. Preliminary modelling results are excellent and bode well for targeted
successful drilling of the conductors.
- Ground Electromagnetic (EM) surveying completed to date at the Golden Range and Fields Find Projects has
identified seven confined bedrock conductors that are consistent with accumulations of massive sulphides.
- Four of these conductors sit within the mafic to ultramafic layered igneous complex (The Fields Find Igneous
Complex), proximal to significant historic nickel and copper intersections. The historic Warriedar copper mine also sits along trend from two of these conductors.
- These seven conductors are set to be drill tested in H2 CY2023; this drilling will represent the first direct
targeting of high conductance, discrete, massive sulphide accumulations within the Fields Find Project area.
- Ground EM surveying over airborne EM targets is to continue through H2 CY2023, building a further pipeline of drill-ready base metal targets
For further details visit Warriedar Resources website.