Follow-up MMI sampling showed the Storboren Copper Anomaly is at least 200m long and 75m wide. It is open to the NW and SE where no MMI samples have been taken. Many historical mines and deposits in this general area have significant plunge lengths, for example the Vakkerlien nickel-copper deposit is known to extend at least 1,200m down-plunge. MMI Cu values as high as 53,300ppb were found in the follow-up sampling. The Storboren Copper Anomaly now contains 18 values over 6,000ppb MMI Cu. SGS states, regarding values over 6,000ppb MMI Cu, that: “Many if not all of these are likely to be associated with weathering copper sulphides”.
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