These are screen captures from the Pardo Leapfrog 3D model.
The interpreted extent of the mineralized conglomerate defined by drilling is displayed above in red. The mineralized conglomerate is open to the north west, east and south.
Plan view of the mineralized conglomerate with overlain aerial photo. Topography is rolling to flat with no major water bodies.
The extent and interpolated grade thickness of the mineralized conglomerate.
The Trench 1 bulk sample returned 4.2 gpt over 2.54 metres demonstrating a grade thickness (GT) of 10.66. The drilling conducted prior to the bulk sample ranged from 0.42 GT to 10.43 GT with an average of 3.37 GT.
Any one drill hole intersecting the mineralized conglomerate is not adequate to determine the grade. The highest grade thickness observed in drilling occurs where the highest density of drill holes are located.
Cross section of the grade thickness with aerial photo between 007 and Eastern Reef showing it is flat lying and near to surface.
Extent and grade thickness of the mineralized conglomerate with overlain aerial photo.