International Samuel Exploration Corp. (TSX-V: ISS) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce plans for its 100% owned LGM Property (Lucifer, Grizzly and Micky Davis Properties, “LGM” or the “Property”) will focus the exploration program on the advanced new geological theory of the ‘Red-Line’ of Kyba and Nelson (2012) to assess the Property’s potential.
The Red Line model suggests that the geologic contact between the Triassic-age Stuhini rocks and the Jurassic-age Hazelton rocks is a key marker zone for the development of copper-gold mineralization. In Kyba and Nelson’s 2012 work, they demonstrated that many of the mineralized systems in the Golden Triangle are clustered near this Red-Line contact.
This Red Line contact is identified on the significantly under explored areas on the LGM in two distinct, parallel zones; these two zones are each approximately 2 km apart and 5 km long. The LGM Red Line contact zones trend northwest-southeast and span across claim boundaries. Additionally, government geophysical data displays airborne geophysical magnetic highs associated with both LGM Red Line contact zones.
Conrad Swanson, President and Chief Executive Officer of International Samuel Exploration Corp, stated: “The presence of two of the celebrated Red Line contact zones with associated geophysical signatures on the LGM Property enhances its exploration potential immensely”.
The Golden Triangle region has steadily improved with several of the known porphyry copper-gold prospects including: , Galore Creek, and the KSM Project (Seabridge Resources) The recent commencement of production at the Brucejack Gold Deposit (Pretium Resources), combined with production at Red Chris, and the recent discovery announced by GT Gold Corp. at the Saddle Zone has signalled for a resurgence of exploration activity in the area. The abundance of new geologic theories and exploration activity has re-established the Golden Triangle as BC’s pre-eminent exploration and mining district.
Technical disclosure in this news release has been reviewed and approved by International Samuel Exploration Corp.’s Vice President of Exploration, of Derrick Strickland P. Geo., a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.
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