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Starcore International Mining and El Creston Property development news: Most of the work completed on the Creston property has been concentrated on the evaluation of the El Creston Main and Red Hill Zones which together make up the Creston Deposit. Overall the Creston Deposit is up to 1100 metres long x up to 1000 metres wide. The work to date includes mapping, geochemical sampling, geophysical surveying and the completion of the following: In 2010 SRK Consulting completed Resource Inventory calculations based on the results 28 diamond drill holes completed by AMAX between 1974 to 1978 and 109 holes drilled by Creston Moly Corp representing 36,151 metres of core. The resources are summarized below. Find extra details at Gold mining company.
The Ajax Property occurs along the western margin of the Stikinia Terrane of the North America Cordillera, immediately adjacent to the eastern margin of the Coast Plutonic Complex. The property is underlain by Jurassic Hazelton Group rocks consisting primarily of argillaceous sediments and minor interbedded andesite tuffs that locally has been intruded by four closely spaced stocks of quartz monzonite porphyry. The Ajax deposit occupies a rectangular area approximately 650 m x 600 m that ranges in elevation from 425 masl to 1050 masl. The mineralization is predominantly pyrrhotite and lesser molybdenite that typically comprises less than 2% of the rock by volume. Molybdenite is typically associated with quartz and occurs in pyrrhotite-bearing veinlets, in thin stringers and on fracture and shear surfaces. Areas of elevated molybdenite grades (>0.060% Mo) are characterized by a high fracture density where quartz vein stockwork is well developed. Lower grade material (0.030 to 0.060 % Mo), is found in areas of weaker fracturing and forms a broad halo around the higher grade zones, especially below the 762 m elevation contour.
At depth in the San Martin area the Guadalupe vein was found in late 2007. This vein is sub parallel with the San Martin segment is narrower, more vein like and somewhat higher grade than the San Martin structure at the same elevation. Drilling and lateral development are being used to prove reserves in this vein which indicates the potential for other similar structures. Discovered in late 2007, this vein is a sub-parallel vein to San Martin located below level 8. Drilling and lateral development are being used to prove reserves in this area which indicates the potential for other similar structures. See more info at https://starcore.com/.