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Starcore International Mining and El Creston Property development news: The Copper Anomaly Zone is a 1000 metre long x up to 250 metre wide copper in rock anomaly as defined by the >0.05% Cu contour. The anomaly is underlain by mafic metamorphic complex rocks and diorite that locally have been variably fractured, argillic and chloritic altered. Within the zone, anomalous copper and silver values occur. Molybdenum values are low throughout. Chip sample results include composites of 18 and 27 metres respectfully averaging 0.210% Cu, 3.9 ppm Ag and 0.23% Cu with 4.7 ppm Ag. The Copper Anomaly Zone has not been drilled. See more details on Gold mining company.
Molybdenite was discovered on the property in 1965 by Newmont Mining Corp. (Newmont). Between 1965 and 1967 Newmont completed limited mapping, sampling, trenching and drilled 26 holes totalling 8100 m (26,578 feet) in length. From 1967 to 1990 minor exploration consisting of thin section and alteration studies and limited drill core sampling was completed. Starcore acquired the property through acquisition of Creston Moly from Bankruptcy in 2015. Exploration at Ajax was concentrated in two drilling programs completed by Newmont Mines in 1967-68 (26 holes-8100.9 metres) and Tenajon Resources Corp 2005-2007 (22 holes-7258.6 metres). Following the 2007 an updated resource calculation was completed by Giroux Consultants the results of which are summarized below.
Discovered in 2012 this area has been found to host several veins 1 – 5m thick generally dipping 20 degrees to the east and striking north/south. It has been found within 50 meters of main in the footwall of San Martin structure in the footwall which was previously thought to be exclusively shales. To date at least 4 veins have been found above level 4 in the northeast of San Martin and possibly 2 veins above level 2 further south. Some of the veins are vertical and some are dipping around 40 degrees. In general most are striking parallel to San Martin breccia. See additional details on https://starcore.com/.