Riviere d'Alembert

Riviere D'Alembert Prospect

Riviere D'Alembert Prospect, north of Rouyn, Quebec, is primarily a base metal claim group that hosts a number of moderate to strong INPUT airborne electromagnetic anomalies in an area thought to be underlain by a pyroclastic host rock unit to the north of the Mobrun/Guy Hebert base metal (copper zinc) deposit. Several past producing gold (Beattie, Donchester, Central Duparquet, Duquesne) mines and occurrences are also known in the immediate area, all proximate to the Destor-Porcupine Fault Zone. Groundwork consisting of prospecting, mapping, and geophysical surveys (magnetic and electromagnetic) outlined several interesting features which were tested with three ddh's. Although several well-mineralized sections of dacite-rhyolite are noted near surface, intercalated bands of graphitic argillite were also noted in core and are interpreted as the source of the target feature

Weakly anomalous copper-zinc-silver (Cu-Zn-Ag) values were returned from three drill holes completed at the Riviere d'Alembert Prospect. Pulse-EM and additional diamond drilling may be conducted due to the presence of favorable stratigraphy, the style of mineralization observed in core, and remaining untested geophysical anomalies.

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