“The new claims cover a crustal structural corridor
extending a minimum of 15 kilometers northeast from
the headframe zone
This map shows the block flown and the flight lines
This map shows the interpreted lineaments from
the full survey flown. There are many more
lineaments that could be included but this
speaks to higher resolution modelling and the
need for high resolution ground mag prior to
This map shows the regional geology with the extensive favorable host amphibolitic
The airborne was flown in 2021 and reflects non-magnetic mixed gneisses in the western half of the survey which are a mixture of Slave-type Granite and
granodiorite, having a non-magnetic character compared to the appearance of amphibolite gneisses to the southeast and grading into Slave granitoid
rocks. One can see the numerous structures trending W-NW, NNW and N cutting through the magnetic signatures.
This is the calculated vertical gradient which clearly shows the very spurious signal associated with the rocks. Many of the clean magnetic
features shown in the previous total magnetic intensity map are clearly highly deformed showing the same exemplified structural trends.
This map shows the magnetic
modelling and many lineaments in
the lease area but needs further
modelling to pull out more
lineaments. Note the satellite image
This is a high resolution satellite image showing numerous interpreted crustal lineaments. There are three prominent N-NE tending shear zones that occupy a very strong deformation zone
within this portion of the Taltson Magmatic Zone. The cross-cutting interpreted lineaments show a prominent W-NW, NNW and N trend.
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