Published 12 December 2017
Copperstone Resources AB (“Copperstone” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce favourable results for an extensive geophysical survey recently carried out on the porphyry copper exploration target project in Norrbotten County, northern Sweden. Fieldwork commenced on the 21st September 2017 and has included both a ground magnetic survey and a Natural-source Audio-frequency Magnetotellurics (NSAMT) survey. The objective of this integrated study was to utilize the two geophysical survey techniques to aid in the identification, mapping and interpretation of geology, alteration zonation vector patterns of the proposed porphyry copper model, and to provide targets locations for further core drilling.
In general, the application of combined geophysical surveys has enabled the alteration styles as seen from a large drill dataset to be resolved into halo vectors that indicate a likely source of the system (Target A). The genetic model for a porphyry copper mineralisation system present at the property has been significantly improved, and now deep core drilling is required to test out this model.
“We are very pleased that the 3D modelling of the NSAMT and magnetic surveys has helped to identify the key zonation patterns of our exciting porphyry copper target. During these past months our understanding of the local geology and mineralisation potential has increased significantly. Finding the advanced argillic alteration zone to the east and the deeper magnetic body to the west has increased our belief that the heart of the system remains blind, starting somewhere around 250-300m under the Granliden Hill area. No drill holes have ever penetrated deep into this target area, so drill testing out Target A is now a high priority” comments Chris McKnight, CEO for Copperstone.
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Copperstone Resources AB is a public company trading as COPP B on NASDAQ First North (Stockholm). The Certified Adviser is Augment Partners AB. The Company is focused on base and precious metal exploration in the vicinity of the internationally-recognized mining region of the Skellefte-field in northern Sweden. The Copperstone project is situated on four contiguous exploration permits in Norrbotten County (Sandberget 100 (8074ha), Sandberget 200 (19ha), Sandberget 300 (19ha) and Svartliden 1001 (444ha). In addition the Company owns one exploitation concession within the same area, namely Svartliden k no. 1 (36ha) and an approved application for Eva k no. 1 (34ha) subject to an objection period. The Company also owns the Tvistbogruvan k no. 1 (11ha) exploitation concession in the Bergslagen mining region of central Sweden. Quoted surface areas are approximate to the nearest hectare. All exploration permits and exploitation concessions are 100% owned, either directly or through a subsidiary.
All information in this press release has been reviewed and approved for publication by the appointed independent Qualified Person Mr Thomas Lindholm (M.Sc. Mining Engineering) of Geovista AB. Mr Lindholm is a registered Member of the Fennoscandian Review Board and has in excess of 35 years’ experience in mineral exploration in Sweden and abroad and is a Qualified Person under the Nasdaq First North Stockholm rules. Mr Lindholm consents to the inclusion of the information in the form and context in which it appears.
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