Pardo is a paleoplacer gold occurrence in conglomerate layers or “reefs” that are horizontal and typically 1-3 metres (m) in thickness. Reefs are laterally extensive and occur on or very near surface. Higher gold grades (over 10 gpt) occur concentrated in fluvial channels or “pay streaks”, and valleys in the footwall upon which the mineralized conglomerate was deposited. The style of gold mineralization is similar to paleoplacer gold occurrences found in South Africa’s famous Witwatersrand gold fields. For updates about our project please subscribe below.