Alaska VMS zinc discovery excites Aussie

North of 60 Mining News – August 24, 2018


Last updated 9/25/2020 at 6:19am

Australia explorer White Rock Minerals drills zinc-rich VMS project Alaska

White Rock Minerals Ltd.

Hole HR18-01, the first hole drilled at the Hunter discovery at Red Mountain, cut 1.4 meters of massive sulfide averaging 17.4 percent zinc, 3.9 percent lead, 90 g/t silver and 1.6 percent copper 48.2 meters down-hole.

White Rock Minerals Ltd. Aug. 20 reported high-grade zinc grades were encountered in a second hole at the Hunter discovery on the company's Red Mountain project in Alaska.

Hunter was discovered during a reconnaissance exploration program seeking new volcanogenic massive sulfide prospects across White Rock's 35,300-acre Red Mountain property. While mapping and sampling an area about 5,200 meters...

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