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Report on the Geology and Mineralization

of the Alto Quemado Gold-Copper Property


Near Arequipa, Peru

by
John Nebocat, P.Eng.
June 10, 2011

Prepared for Mawson Resources Ltd.

Table of Contents
1.0 Summary
2.0 Introduction
3.0 Reliance on Other Experts
4.0 Property Description and Location
5.0 Accessibility, Climate, Local Resources, Infrastructure and Physiography
6.0 History
7.0 Geological Setting
7.1 Regional Geology
7.2 Property Geology
7.3 Structural Geology
8.0 Deposit Types
9.0 Mineralization
9.1 Ximena Vein
9.2 Fiorella Vein
9.3 La Banda Vein
9.4 La Lomada Vein
9.5 Union Vetas
9.6 Santa Maria Porphyry Zone
10.0 Exploration
10.1 Surface SamplingSanta Maria Target
10.2 IP Survey Interpretation
10.3 Surface Sampling: Veins and Reconnaissance
10.4 Underground Sampling: Ximena Vein
10.5 La Banda Vein
11.0 Drilling
12.0 Sampling Method and Approach
13.0 Sample Preparation, Analyses and Security
14.0 Data Verification
15.0 Adjacent Properties
16.0 Mineral Processing and Metallurgical Testing
17.0 Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve Estimates
18.0 Interpretations and Conclusions
19.0 Recommendations
20.0 Budget
21.0 References

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Tables
Table 1.
Table 2.
Table 3.
Table 4.
Table 5.
Table 6.
Table 7.

Claim Statistics
Ximena Vein Surface Samples, Mawson Resources
Ximena Vein Underground Samples, Mawson Resources
La Banda Vein Surface Samples, Mawson Resources
La Banda Vein Surface Samples, Mawson Resources
Projected Conceptual Target: Ximena and La Banda Veins, Mawson Resources
Comparison of J. Nebocat and Mawson Resources Samples, Ximena 2-3 Vein
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Figures
Fig. 1.
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Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Index Map


Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Department of Arequipa, Location Map
Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Claim Map
Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Regional Geology and Cretaceous CopperMolybdenum-Gold Deposits
Fig. 5. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Tectonic Terranes, Southwestern Peru
Fig. 6. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Cretaceous to Eocene Porphyry Deposits
Fig. 7. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Property Geology
Fig. 8. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Local Geology
Fig. 9. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Structural Geology
Fig. 10. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Structural Controls, Zafranal Deposit
Fig. 11. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Santa Maria Zone, Sample Locations
Fig. 12. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Santa Maria Zone, Rock SamplesPPM Cu
Fig. 13. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Santa Maria Zone, Rock SamplesPPM Mo
Fig. 14. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Santa Maria Zone, Chargeability: 115 m Depth
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Fig. 15. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Santa Maria Zone, Resistivity: 115 m Depth Slice
Fig. 16. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Santa Maria Zone, Magnetics: TMIsm RTE H
Fig. 17. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Regional Sampling by Company
Fig. 18. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Regional SamplingGold
Fig. 19. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Regional SamplingCopper
Fig. 20. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Ximena 1 Vein
Fig. 21. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Ximena 2-3 Vein
Fig. 22. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, Ximena 4 Vein
Fig. 23. Alto Quemado Project, Peru, La Banda Vein

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Appendices
Appendix I. Mawson Resources Analytical Database
Appendix II. Selected Maps and Sections Prepared by Mawson Resources Ltd
And Buenaventura Ingenieros S.A.
Appendix III. Geophysical Images

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Certificate of Author

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1.0 Summary
Mawson Resources Ltd. (the Issuer) entered into an option agreement with Altynor Peru SAC
(Altynor) early in 2010 whereby the Issuer could earn 100% interest in the Alto Quemado property
by acquiring 100% of the stock of Altynor. Altynor has an underlying purchase agreement with Alto
Quemado Mining Company (AQMC). The 100% acquisition terms from arms length parties are based
on making staged payments of US$50,000 on signing, US$550,000 on receipt of permits to drill and
US$900,000 should the option with AQMC be triggered. Renegotiated terms between AQMC and
Altynor state that Altynor must make a payment of 5.12M in 48 months to acquire 100% of the mining
rights from AQMC. AQMC retains a net smelter return (NSR) payable at a rate between 1% and 3%
dependent on the price of gold. Altynor holds the first right of refusal to purchase the NSR from AQMC.
The property is located in southern Peru in the Province of Caylloma within the Department of
Arequipa, about 98 km northwest of the city of Arequipa. The property comprises seven mineral
concessions totalling 3,800 hectares.
Gold mineralization was discovered fairly recently, during the mid-1990s, and the property has been
exploited by informal, artisanal miners since that time. No modern, systematic exploration methods were
employed prior to Altynor's involvement. Their exploration work included mapping and sampling the
high grade, mesothermal Au-Cu veins and the nearby Santa Maria porphyry Cu-Mo target. An induced
polarization survey was performed by the property vendor over the Santa Maria area in 1998. This data
was later reprocessed by the vendor using 3-D inversion methods, and this data was rechecked by the
Issuer, again using 3-D inversion techniques. The Issuer performed detailed mapping and extensive
surficial and underground sampling in 2010.
The property consists of two main components: high grade, mesothermal veins along the western flank,
and a partially buried porphyry Cu-Mo+/-Au target further east. The host rock is mostly an intrusive that
has undergone tectonic deformation, resulting in a gneissic metamorphic texture.
There are several veins on the property, but the most significant ones exploited so far are the Ximena and
La Banda veins which appear to be hosted by the same structure. This vein system has a combined
length over 4 km with widths ranging from 0.3 m to 1.7 m, on average, but individual shoots can
reach up to 5.4 m. There exists a conceptual target on this vein system that could average from 10 g/t
to 15 g/t Au and 1.5% to 4% Cu over an average thickness of 1 m. This would equate to a minimum of
300,000 tonnes at the average grade cited above, or an in-situ potential of 200,000 gold-equivalent
ounces. This estimated tonnage could likely be doubled to 600,000 tonnes.
The mapping, sampling and geophysical surveys performed over the Santa Maria zone have defined a
zone of strong phyllic alteration and quartz stringers over an area roughly 800 m E-W by 450 m N-S.
This area exhibits signs of strong leaching: limonite after pyrite and hematite after chalcocite. Pyrite,
chalcopyrite and molybdenite were found in creeks at lower elevations largely below the level of surface
weathering. Santa Maria is the most significant exploration target on the property and will be the main
focus of exploration by Issuer in 2011. Alto Quemado sits along a belt containing several world-class
porphyry copper-molybdenum deposits.
An exploration program, including at least 1,850 m of diamond drilling, is planned for 2011. This
program is estimated to cost, including contingencies, US$762,300.
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2.0 Introduction
Mawson Resources Ltd. (the Issuer or Mawson) acquired the Alto Quemado property (the
property), located in southern Peru, from Altynor Peru SAC (Altynor) early in 2010. The Issuer
comissioned the author to inspect the property and to compile all pre-existing data and current data
generated by the Issuer's personnel.
Sources used in this report include: an in-house report and accompanying maps, sections and tables
prepared by Mawson's Peruvian staff; a due diligence report by Buenaventura Ingenieros SA; a
framework report written by Altynor for a pending 43-101 report that was not completed, including
maps, drawings and appendices that accompanied said report; presentations and memoranda
prepared by INGEMMET pertaining to the geology of southern Peru and the Zafranal porphyry
copper-molybdenum deposit located west of the property; and various sources of maps, press
releases and references found on the Internet.
The author visited the property on October 25th and 26th, 2010, sampling portions of the Ximena vein
underground, the Fiorella vein, Union Vetas, la Lomada vein and the Santa Maria porphyry target
areas on surface.
3.0 Reliance on Other Experts
No parts of the report were compiled by individuals not deemed to be qualified persons or
equivalent. Altynor had a legal firm conduct a due diligence report in 2008 on the mineral
concessions that comprise this property. Their findings indicated no liens, encumberances or debts
were attached to said mineral concessions. The legal firm cautions that their research, drawn from the
INGEMMET database of 2008, is only summary in nature. The author has not validated the findings
of the legal firm.
4.0 Property Description and Location
The property is located in southern Peru in the Province of Caylloma within the Department of Arequipa.
Access is via a good gravel road 56 km north of the the town of Pedregal which is situated along the PanAmerican highway 98 km northwest of the city of Arequipa.
Alto Quemado consists of seven individual concessions totalling 3,800 hectares (ha); Table 1 lists some
basic statistics.
Table 1. Claim Statistics
Concession

Area (ha)

Status

Claim No.

Date Granted

Expiry Date

Alto Quemado 1

1000

Titled

10636195

02/01/95

Relleno 1

1000

10332996

14/10/96

Soltero 1

1000

10333496

14/10/96

Relleno 4

100

10128103

04/04/03

Relleno 3

100

10128003

04/04/03

Alto Quemado 2004

100

10297404

17/09/04

* tenure is perpetual as long as the required annual fees are maintained (see below).
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COLOMBIA
Quito

ECUADOR
Guayaquil

Piura

BRAZIL

Chiclayo

Trujillo
Chimbote

PERU

Cuzco

Lake
Titicaca

Alto Quemado
500 Km

Nazca
Puno
Arequipa
Matarani

SCALE

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ALTO QUEMADO PROJECT, PERU

SEE BAR

PROJECTION:

N.A.

DATE:

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MAY 15, 2011

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ALTO QUEMADO PROJECT, PERU


DEPARTMENT OF AREQUIPA
LOCATION MAP
SCALE:

Latitude/longitude are approximate; map derived from www.peru.info

N.A.

PROJECTION:

N.A.

DATE:

MAY 15, 2011

FIGURE:

The concessions are centered roughly at UTM coordinates 813000E, 8225000N (PSAD56/18S) in the
district of Lluta, province of Callyoma, department and region of Arequipa.
Due diligence prepared for Altynor by its Peruvian legal team indicated that a section of two concessions
(Alto Quemado 1 & Alto Quemado 2004) have overlapping priority mineral rights owned by a separate
owner who is not a party to the underlying option agreement with Alto Quemado Mining Company
(AQMC). Fig. 3 shows the relative positions of these claims.
The General Mining Law of Per is administered by the Ministry of Energy and Mines (Ministerio de
Energia y Minas, MEM or Ministry). The law was changed in the mid-1990s to encourage the
development of the countrys considerable mineral resources. The law defines and regulates different
categories of mining activity, according to the stage of a projects development.
Details of the law were consolidated in the Single Revised Text of the General Mining Law of 1992
(Government document D.S. No. 014-92-EM, 19926). In summary, ownership of mineral claims is
controlled by mining concessions that are established using UTM co-ordinates to define areas of interest
that are measured in hectares. New concessions have to be orientated in a north-south direction; preexisting concessions are based on the punto de partido system and can be of any orientation. Mining
titles are irrevocable and perpetual, as long as the required annual maintenance fees (derecho vigencia)
are up-to-date and fully paid to MEM, by 30 June each year following granting of a concession. The fees
are paid in advance. The annual fee for metallic mineral concessions is US$3/ha for each concession that
is either actually acquired or pending (petitorio).
The concession holder must sustain a minimum level of annual commercial production greater than
US$100/ha in gross sales before the end of the sixth year following the granting of the concession. If the
concession has been put into production within the six year period, the annual rental fee remains the
same, up to the beginning of year 9, when it increases to US$4/ha for years 9 to 14. The annual rental
rises to US$10/ha for each year thereafter. If the concession has not been put into production within a six
year period, the annual rental increases from the first semester of the seventh year to US$9 (US$3 for
derecho vigencia, plus a US$6 penalty), until the minimum production level is met. If, by the start of the
twelfth year from granting a concession, the minimum production level is not been achieved, the annual
rental increases to US$23/ha (US$3 for derecho vigencia, plus a US$20 penalty). A concession holder
can, however, be exonerated from paying penalties if he/she can demonstrate that at least ten times the
penalty for the total concession was invested during the previous year. The investment must be
documented and it must be accompanied by a copy of the relevant annual tax statement (declaracin
jurada de impuesto a la renta) and payment of the annual fees. A concession will terminate if the annual
rental is not paid either for three years in total over the period that the concession is held, or for two
consecutive years over the period the concession is held.
To be enforceable, any and all transactions and contracts pertaining to a mining concession must be
entered into a public deed and registered with the Public Mining Registry (Registro Publico de Mineria).
The holder of a mining concession must also develop and operate his/her concession in a progressive
manner, in compliance with applicable safety and environmental regulations, and in so doing take all
necessary steps to avoid damage to third parties. The concession holder must also, at all times, allow free
access to his/her concessions by those authorities responsible for assessing whether the concession holder
is meeting all his/her obligations in law. (www.goldminerpulse.com).

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8226000
RELLENO I

RELLENO 2

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SOLTERO 1

8224000

RELLENO 4

RELLENO 3

Concessions owned by the


Issuer

ALTO QUEMADO 1

8222000

Concessions controlled by
a third party not part of Issuer's
agreement with Altynor
Effective area held by the Issuer

818000

MAWSON RESOURCES LTD.


816000

814000

812000

810000

8220000

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ALTO QUEMADO 2004

ALTO QUEMADO PROJECT, PERU


CLAIM MAP

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SCALE:

SEE GRID

PROJECTION:

PSAD56/18S

DATE:

MAY 15, 2010

FIGURE:

The issue of land tenure continues to be of significance in Per, not least because the national cadastral
system for agricultural land ownership is not always accurate. Nevertheless, the Government requires any
property developer to either purchase the surface rights or make an appropriate agreement with the
surface rights owner for access to a property. In the case of the holders of mining concessions, they are
protected under the Pervian Constitution and Civil Code. Their concession rights do not, however,
confer ownership of the land - the owner of a mining concession must deal with the registered land owner
to obtain the right of access to fulfill the production obligations inherent in the concession grant. All
transactions and contracts pertaining to a mining concession must duly be registered with the Public
Mining Registry in the event of subsequent disputes in law.
The Issuer does not control the surface rights on any of the concessions. All surface rights in Alto
Quemado are held by the Proyecto Majes, Department of Arequipa (regional government). The Issuer is
required to obtain the necessary permits to undertake exploration and exploitation activities; this has been
done.
Environmental issues related to industrial activities in Peru are governed by the Consejo Nacional del
Ambiente (CONAM). The Direccin General de Asuntos Ambientales of the Ministerio de Energa y
Minas is the enforcing agency for mining. The Environmental and Natural Resources Law no. 613 of
1990 is in force, with regulations in Article 15 of Decreto Supremo 014-1992 and subsequent decrees.
Environmental assessment reports are required for exploitation and mining. Effluent limits for mines are
then published.
Further to the mineral tenure description above, claims are staked by a map/digital systemno ground
location is required.
The reader is referred to Fig. 8 which shows the locations of the veins that are being worked by
Informales (non-title holding miners). There are no tailings ponds or significant mine dumps as these
workings are on narrow quartz veins (~ 1 metre wide on average) that are not generally exploited below
40 m depth. Similarly, there exist no known mineral resources or reserves on the property.
The Issuer signed a Letter of Understanding with arms length parties in March 2010 to acquire 100% of
the stock of the optionor Altynor Peru SAC ("Altynor"); these terms were finalized in September 2010.
Altynor holds an option to purchase 100% of the Alto Quemado gold-copper project from Alto Quemado
Mining Company SAC ("AQMC"). The 100% acquisition terms from arms length parties are based on
making staged payments of US$50,000 on signing, US$550,000 on receipt of permits to drill and
US$900,000 should the option with AQMC be triggered.
The Issuer announced on April 27, 2011, renegotiated terms between AQMC and Altynor that state that
Altynor must make a payment of 5.12M in 48 months to acquire 100% of the mining rights from
AQMC. AQMC retains a net smelter return (NSR) payable at a rate between 1% and 3% dependent on
the price of gold. Altynor holds the first right of refusal to purchase the NSR from AQMC.

5.0 Accessibility, Climate, Local Resources, Infrastructure and Physiography


The property is accessible via the Panamerican highway from Arequipa, a distance of 98 km to the
northwest to the town of Pedregal, a driving time of up to two hours, depending on traffic. From the
main oval entering Pedregal a good quality gravel road heads northerly to the town of Huambo and
beyond. Alto Quemado is accessed by this road to about the 53 km mark where a cairn of whitePGS Pacific Geological Services

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painted rocks marks the road to the property, just 3 km further east. The drive from Pedregal to the
property takes just over 1 hour.
Daily bus service connects Pedregal with Huanbo in each direction.
Arequipa is the second largest city in Peru and hosts an international airport with several flights a day
to Lima and other cities in Peru. The Pacific Ocean port city of Matarani is located about 90 km
south of Arequipa. Pedregal is a large town/small city boasting a population around 100,000. There
appears to be adequate infrastructure and labour in Pedregal and environs to support on-going
exploration and development on the property. Numerous buses pass by Pedregal along the
Panamerican highway daily.
The small community of Lluta is located 10 km (air distance) to the north of the property and is
accessible by a rough gravel road (20 km). This is the only significant human settlement within a 50 km
radius from the property other than Pedregal. Most local inhabitants practice farming, ranching or are
temporarily employed in small artisan mining operations in the region.
The physiography of the region is mountainous with mid-elevation rolling hills and valleys, typical of the
western front of the Peruvian Andes, in a transition zone between the mountains and the coastal desert.
Elevations within the property range from 2,900 m to 3,300 m with moderate relief. Bedrock exposures
are common along ridgelines, steeper slopes and along the larger drainages (Benes, 2008).
Vegetation consists mostly of low perennial shrubs and cacti with occasional small trees in creek beds and
gullies. Annual plants and grasses are present between December and March due to higher humidity and
occasional rainfall.
Limited ranching (goats, cows) is present in the area. Indigenous species include fox, rabbit, wild chicken
and small lizards, which are rarely seen.
The local climate is typical of a western Andes environment with cooler winters and mild to warm
summers. Temperatures of -50C at night are not uncommon in the winters while summer temperatures
range up to 250C. The rainy season in this part of the Andes is from December to March. There are no
detailed precipitation records, but fog can be common throughout the rainy season, and rain may be
accompanied by intense thunderstorms. Even during the rainy season precipitation is generally scarce, but
during the rest of the year no clouds and intense sun conditions are the norm.
Exploration and development work can proceed on a year-round basis here. Coastal Peru is often plagued
by flash floods during the rainy season, blocking road access for periods of time, but the road from
Pedragal is mostly elevated outside of the drainage valley it follows.
Local resources include fresh water in one of the creek beds on the site, but at very low volumes;
therefore, it will be necessary to transport more water to the site from outlying areas. The closest water
source is the river at Lluta (20 km by road) or a community supply in the town of Pedregal (56 km by
road). Although the site has been used by artisanal miners for the past several years, there is only limited
infrastructure. At the entrance to the site there is a small house where security personnel and the area
supervisor live permanently. Dirt roads with 4x4 access connect most of the sites where previous smallscale mining activities took place. No electricity is currently available at the site.
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There appears to be adequate space to construct a mine, mill and suitable tailings ponds and waste dump
sites. Relatively flat terrace areas exist between the camp/mine sites and the main access road which
would minimize risk and environmental impact on the local drainages.
6.0 History
Gold mineralization at Alto Quemado was discovered relatively recently, during the mid-1990s. In 2001
artisanal miners completed the road connecting the property with a local access road to Pedregal and
started a small scale mining operation at the Ximena vein.
Systematic exploration methods (stream sediment, soil geochemistry, trenching or drilling) were never
applied at the property prior to Altynor's involvement. There was only generic geological mapping
completed by the state at 1:100,000 scale. The main method for prospecting was grab sampling and the
evaluation of a pan concentrate. Artisanal miners were targeting outcrops of quartz-hematite, quartzsulphide and quartz-limonite veins. When visible gold was identified, miners sank shallow exploration
shafts and started to follow veins by underground drifts. There are no records of systematic grade control
during artisanal mining, and ore was identified visually. Economic ore was considered by the
artisanal miners to be any mineralized material with grades over 30 g/t Au.
In May 1998, XIMESA S.R.L contracted Val D'Or Geofisica to perform ground magnetic and induced
polarization (IP) surveys over the Santa Maria porphyry area centered a few hundred meters east of the
precious metal veins.
The pole-dipole array was used with readings taken 50 m apart and separations to n=6, along lines
oriented north-south. The total distance surveyed was 19.8 km. Instrumentation used included an Iris
model ELREC-6 receiver and a HUNTEC MK-II transmitter.
Using the same lines, the magnetic survey spanned a total distance of 16.6 km with readings taken every
10 m. The instrument used for the magnetic survey was a GEM model GSM-19.
XIMESA S.R.L. commissioned Val D'Or in 2004 to reprocess and reinterpret the data using 3-D inversion
modelling.
This data was again reprocessed and interpreted for the Issuer by D. McInnes in 2010, so no maps or
images of these original results will be presented here. Val D'Or's conclusions indicated the following:
1) The IP results indicate an important concentration of disseminated sulphides throughout the
survey area. Sulphides outcrop in the lower levels of the creeks, but the bulk of the
mineralization is covered.
2) Low resistivity values are associated with high chargeability anomalies and areas of advanced
argillic alteration.
The conclusions by McInnes support those made by Val D'Or.
Between the 6th and 14th of December, 2003, Buenaventura Ingenieros SA. (BISA) examined the property
as part of a due diligence appraisal. Their focus seemed to be to evaluate the potential of the high grade
veins. BISA took 132 rock samples which include 80 outcrop samples, 30 samples from the vein
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workings, 20 samples representing hydrothermal alteration, 2 grab samples and 12 duplicates (Osorio,
2003).
During this time, in addition to sampling, they produced a regional geology map, a schematic crosssection of the regional geology, a longitudinal section from northwest of the Ximena 4 vein to southeast
of La Banda vein, a long section of Ximena 4 vein, geochemical plans showing Cu, Mo and Au values,
mostly from Santa Maria zone, and a reproduction of the Val D'Or geophysical survey results. The
locations and results of their underground sampling was shown on the sections.
BISA concluded that the veins were too small to be of interest to their company and that the porphyry
target may be a distal phenomenon. The lack of gold in the samples taken from the porphyry target
seemed to be a negative point with them.
During 2006, AQMC performed a surface grab sampling program on the property. Of the 72 samples
collected, 13 taken from the Ximena vein averaged 19.98 g/t Au and 2.48% Cu. These results were what
interested Altynor enough to option the property from AQMC (Benes, 2008).
Prior to Altynors involvement, the miners were permitted by the owner of AQMC to mine only oxide
ore. Consequently, due to this restriction, they were mining only to an average depth of 35 m.
During Altynor's initial visits to the property they found six primitive shafts and adits operating at four
different veins. According to the supervisor of this operation, appointed by AQMC, they were producing
some 100 t-150 t of oxide ore per month at an average grade between 30 g/t and 40 g/t Au. This ore was
trucked 400 km north to the town of Chala where it was sold to the processing plant Belen owned by
Minera Titan del Peru SRL. Altynor did not know the terms of the sale agreement with the plant nor did
they have any records of sales.
This limited mining operation stopped with the execution of the Letter of Intent between Altynor and
AQMC executed on November 9th 2007.
In 2007, Altynor completed a reconnaissance survey of the property and collected a total of 117 samples
with the purpose of checking the results of sampling done by the previous owner and to extend the
program to the deeper levels of Ximena, Fiorella and La Banda veins. From the total of 117 samples, 33
were collected from Ximena, 22 from Fiorella, 7 from La Banda, 18 from La Lomada, 19 from Santa
Maria, 9 from Union Veta (segment connecting Ximena and La Banda) and 9 samples collected during
reconnaissance mapping outside of the vein areas.
Altynor compiled the sampling done in 2006 and 2007 in an extensive report including maps, sections
and tables from which the author obtained considerable background information.
A 1:5,000 scale geology map was also completed in 2007. Altynor stated that mapping helped in finding
new vein splays and further defining the Santa Maria porphyry target. Mapping also suggested that vein
mineralization favours the basement metamorphic rocks as a host, but not exclusively; and in some
cases when it extends into igneous rocks, the style of mineralization changes from vein to stockwork, as
in the case of La Lomada. Overall strike and geometries of individual veins indicate that a long-lived NW
trending deep crustal structure, which defines not only the block of metamorphic basement rocks, but
also the emplacement of later intrusives, played the principal role in the regional metallogeny and genesis
of Alto Quemados gold-copper system.
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Portal Resources, during their due diligence assessment of the property in 2008, collected 112 surface
rock samples; most were from the main areas of interest.
During 2010, Mawson created a 1:5,000 scale geology map, a 1:1,000 scale surface map of the vein
areas, a 1:500 scale map of the underground workings and a 1:25,000 scale regional map of the property.
A total of 505 samples were collected: 400 from surface outcroppings, 65 from the veins underground, 13
soil samples and 27 sample standards and sample blanks were included for quality control.
Overall, the Issuer was satisfied with the results obtained.
There exist no known mineral resources or reserves on the property. No appreciable amount of modern
exploration has yet been done on the property prior to the Issuer's involvement to advance it to the
drilling stage. Production from the narrow veins (~1 m average thickness) is not known, but considering
the size of the veins, what was observed underground and on the dumps, mining within the last 10 years
has probably amounted to no more than the 1000's to 10,000's of tonnes order of magnitude.
7.0 Geological Setting
7 .1 Regional Geology
Southern Peru has a long history of mining and exploration, being the district that hosts the country's
most significant porphyry copper +/- molybdenum deposits. World class deposits in the area SE and NW
of Arequipa include Toquepala, Cuajone, Quellaveco, Cerro Verde and others.
In terms of the regional tectonic setting, the project lies in the Western Cordillera of southern Peru which
comprises segments of Proterozoic and Paleozoic basement rocks (Arequipa terrane), Cretaceous and
Tertiary volcanic and sedimentary rocks, together with the Coastal Batholith, which forms an elongate
belt of granitic rocks extending along Peru's coastal region from Arequipa to Trujillo.
The Coastal Batholith is over 100 km wide and extends discontinuously for 1,500 km north-south. It was
created by the subduction of the Nazca Plate beneath the South American Plate during the Late
Cretaceous to Early Tertiary time with the resulting melting and magmatic fractionation of crustal and
upper mantle rocks. The most productive metallogenic cycles responsible for gold-copper and porphyry
deposits (e.g. Cerro Verde) are the Cretaceous magmatic event (Peruvian orogeny) and late PaleogeneNeogene magmatic cycles: Incaic I, Incaic II and Quechua, responsible for Yanachocha, Tintaya, Cerro de
Pasco, Antamina and other deposits.
Within the project area the intrusive rocks are composed mostly of calc-alkaline tonalites and
granodiorites belonging to the Arequipa segment of the Coastal batholith. These had been previously
attributed to the Tiabaya super unit of the batholith, dated between 86 and 74 Ma, but recent age dates
derived from a coarse grained granodiorite in the Ocoa valley have yielded potassium-argon dates from
biotite of 137 +/- 1.8 Ma and 136 +/- 1.7 Ma (Schildgen, 2009). These appear to be the same intrusives
found along the southern edge of Alto Quemado.
These units are intruded by small stocks of quartz monzonite, dacites and porphyritic dykes. These later
intrusives are believed to be contemporaneous with the mineralized porphyries along the X
metallogenic belt, including Puquio (77.48 +/- 0.53 Ma to 75.34 +/- 0.40 Ma) and Pucacorral Sur (82
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Ma). The mineralized intrusives at the nearby Zafranal deposit, namely the Zafranal diorite and
microdiorite, have yielded similar ages (Mamani & Rivera, 2011), and these rocks appear similar to the
quartz monzonite and monzodiorites found at Alto Quemado.
The Peruvian department of mines and geology (INGEMMET) has been conducting advanced mapping
and research in the Arequipa area and environs in recent years. The following summary is extracted
from a Powerpoint presentation made by INGEMMET (Carlotto, et al, 2010) for their 30th
anniversary. It deals with the tectonic evolution and metallogenesis from the Proterozoic to Cenozoic
in southern Peru.

During Proterozoic time, the Arequipa terrane was accreted to the Amazonian craton, flanked by the
Paracas terrane to the north and the Antofalla terrane to the south. This event is believed to have
occured c. 1000 Ma during the Sunsas or Grenville orogeny.
In the early Paleozoic, subduction ocurred under the Arequipa block, bounded to the northwest by the
Abancay deflection that separates the Arequipa terrane to the SE from the Paracas terrane to the NW.
An Ordovician magmatic arc was formed due to the subduction, behind which was created the
Altiplano retroarc basin and a clastic platform resting on the Amazonian craton. The Cincha-LlutaIncapuquio fault system developed during this time, separating the Arequipa block from the Altiplano
retroarc basin.
During Permo-Triassic time, the Mitu group was deposited and contemporaneous intrusives were
unroofed in the Eastern Cordillera.
In the Mesozoic, between 200 Ma and 65 Ma, renewed subduction occurred, creating a
magmatic/volcanic arc. Between this arc and the Cuzco-Alto-Puno rise, or arch, the Arequipa, or
Occidental, basin was deposited. At the same time the Oriental basin was being formed east of the
Cuzco-Alto-Puno arch.
Continued subduction in the late Mesozoic initiated NW-SE directed, dextral, transpressive
movement along the Cincha-Lluta-Incapuquio fault system. To the NW the fault merges with the
ENE-WSW trending Iquipi fault system (see Figs. 5 & 6).
The most important porphyry Cu-Mo+/-Au deposits were formed during Paleocene-Eocene time;
these include Cerro Verde, Toquepala, Cuajone, Quellaveco, Palca and La Mancha. These deposits
roughly follow the Cincha-Lluta-Incapuquio fault system.
Alto Quemado and the nearby Zafranal porphyry deposit occur near the southern end of a belt of
Cretaceous age porphyry deposits that overlaps laterally with the belt of Paleocene-Eocene
porphyries described above (Fig. 6). The location of this belt of porphyries is believed to have been
largely controlled by the transpressive Incapuquio-(Cincha-Lluta) fault system (Rivera, 2010).
The Zafranal porphyry deposit is located about 15 km due west of Alto Quemado. Recent
interpretations by Minera AQM Copper Peru, SAC suggest that the porphyry was emplaced as a
lenticular body within an east-west trending tectono-morphic fault that splays off the IncapuquioCincha-Lluta fault system. The Zafranal porphyry system is located within a jog of this east-west
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transpressive fault splay, and faults internal to the porphyry, which trend about 1350AZ, indicate a
dextral movement along this major structure (Figs. 9 & 10).
A roughly 7 km wide by 170 km long belt of foliated and metamorphic rocks, previously interpreted
as Proterozoic gneisses, occurs immediately south of the Cincha-Lluta/Incapuquio fault system.
Within the areas of Zafranal and Alto Quemado properties, the rock is foliated with alternating facies
of granite and diorite. The granitic phase is pink, rich in potassic feldspar, and the quartz grains have
an undulating extinction viewed in thin section. The dioritic phase is mafic with plagioclase,
hornblende and/or pyroxene and magnetite. These rocks have undergone chlorite-epidote grade
metamorphism. Microscopically, the rock has a cataclastic texture and nowhere exhibits regional
scale metamorphic paragenesis as is found in the Macizo de Arequipa basement (Chavez, 2010). The
Issuer has interpreted the gneissic rocks found at Alto Quemado to be entirely of this cataclastic or
mylonitic tectonic event that pre-dates the emplacement the oldest undeformed intrusion found on
the property (+/- 136 Ma); xenoliths of the deformed rocks have been observed within the
granodiorite that intrudes them.
The NW-SE trending Cincha--Lluta fault system is the northernmost extension of the Incapuquio
faults that controlled the emplacement of the giant Paleocene porphyry Cu-Mo deposits found in
southern Peru: Cerro Verde (1.0 BT @ 0.51% Cu); Chapi (191 MT @ 0.60% Cu); El Calatos (926
MT @ 0.37% Cu, 0.03% Mo); Cuajone (1.2 BT @ 0.64% Cu); Quellaveco (1.5 BT @ 0.60% Cu,
0.02% Mo) and Toquepala (2.1 BT @ 0.61% Cu). This system is also the northern extension of the
Domeyko fault system in Chile that controlled the emplacement of world-class Eocene-Oligocene
porphyry deposits such as Collahuasi (4.1 BT @ 0.83% Cu), Quebrada Blanca (1.1 BT @ 0.72%
Cu), El Abra (1.6 BT @ 0.62% Cu), Chuquicamata (17.1 BT @ 0.65% Cu), La Escondida (4.9 BT @
0.92% Cu) among others.
These series of NW-SE trending faults displayed a normal movement during Jurassic and Cretaceous
times, controlling the deposition of the Arequipa basin. However, in the late Cretaceous (c. 85 Ma), a
reversal in tectonic directions placed Proterozoic (?) lithologies atop the Mesozoic rocks of the
Arequipa basin along the northern block.
The Iquipi, or major Clavelinas-Iquipi fault system, is a belt up to 90 km wide east-west at latitude
160S. This is also a transition zone between two geologic domainsthe Paracas domain to the north
and the Arequipa domain to the south, identified in part through Pb and Nd isotope studies (Mamani,
et al, 2008, 2010).
7 .2 Property Geology
The regional property map made by BISA in 2003 shows the upper Jurassic Yura group, consisting
mainly of sandstone, quartzite and lesser shale, occuring in the northeastern part of the property. This
is in turn overlain by the lower Cretaceous Murco formation consisting of red to grey shales and
sandstones. Both these units are deemed to be in fault contact with granodiorite to the south, believed
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Sedimentary & Volcanic Rocks


Andahua Formation:
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BISA describes the intrusive as a holocrystalline granodiorite, locally grading into granite or tonalite,
noticed particularly on the Santa Maria hill. They do not describe these rocks as having an extensive
oriented, metamorphic appearance, but they do mention that the mafic minerals show some lineation
at the Santa Maria zone. Diorite is noted as occuring in the creeks flanking this hill (Osorio, 2003).
Two types of dykes, one felsic, the other more intermediate in composition, were noted.
Altynor described the local geology at Alto Quemado as consisting of highly metamorphosed rocks
of the de la Costa complex represented by gneisses, granite-gneisses, amphibolites, quartzite and
micas schist, interpreted as being originally sedimentary rocks regionally metamorphosed into
amphibolite facies. The state geological map indicates that the de la Costa complex consists of
Proterozoic metamorphic rocks locally intruded by Ordovician granites and granite-gneisses. Altynor was
of the opinion that the representation of Ordovician granites on the state geological map is exaggerated as
these can be distinguished only with difficulties from Proterozoic metamorphic rocks. This interpretation
has for the most part been discounted.
To the east and north of de la Costa block, the property geology is dominated by Cretaceous intrusive
represented by quartz diorite, granodiorite and tonalite. Typically, the contact between intrusive and
metamorphic rocks is structural with the intrusive rocks representing the early phase of Incaic I granitic
complex. The second phase is represented by small intrusive stocks and dikes of gabbro-diorite, diorite
and monzodiorite.
Altynor defined two systems of NW trending faults which border a graben-line structure from southwest
and northeast. The two faults are slightly oblique with respect to each other, which might result in graben
closing towards the northwest. They speculated further that the left-lateral shear movement along the
fault at the SW border (Cerro Quemado shear zone) caused intensive block fragmentation, which
together with the development of secondary splay faults, controlled emplacement of later gold-copper
mineralization. Possibly, similar movements along the fault at the northeast border resulted in the
development of secondary faults cross-cutting mineralization.
Beside the structural control, it appears that lithology also played an important role in the localization of
mineralization. It is apparent that the best developed continuous sections of mineralization are hosted by
the foliated rocks; veins in granites are typically narrower and contain lower grades.
The Issuer's detailed mapping has confirmed, and in parts, completed altered the interpretations made by
previous explorers. As noted by others, the oldest rocks on the property belong to the Yura group along
the northern part of the property. The Yura consists dominantly of white quartzites in beds from 0.2 m to
2.0 m thickness and are believed to be part of the Haulhauni formation which is underlain by shales with
subordinate interbeds of fine sandstone and siltstone belonging to the Murco formation. This latter
formation is in direct contact with the deformed intrusive caused by the Cincha-Lluta fault which in this
area trends E-W.
The deformed intrusive is the principal unit that outcrops on the property. It forms a roughly inverted
triangular wedge bounded to the north by the Cincha-Lluta fault and to the south by the NW-SE trending
Toro Bravo fault.

The Issuer's geologists have provided a different interpretation regarding the metamorphic rocks on
the property. It is their contention that the metamorphic fabric in the crystalline rocks is a result of
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tectonic deformation along a large scale east-west trending fault system, as was described by others
in the previous section of this report. The author noticed that these deformed rocks are not generally
well indurated but rather friable. There appears to be a lighter coloured phase (granitic composition)
that intercalates with a darker phase (dioritic origin). Also, the metamorphic mineralogy is not high
grade, megascopically consisting of amphiboles and random clots of epidote; this was described
earlier as well It is conjectured that this is the same structure that passes through the Zafranal deposit
15 km to the west.
These deformed, cataclastic and mylonitic rocks are intruded by a younger granodiorite body to the
south and southeast. This intrusion does not have the same foliated/banded fabric as the rocks
described previously. The granodiorite is equigranular and contains hornblende and biotite that are
weakly altered to chlorite and epidote.
Two types of dykes cut through both of these units: a quartz monzonite porphyry and a monzodiorite
phase. It was not observed if one of these dykes cuts across the other, but the diorite dyke is seen
paralleling the late-stage quartz veins in several places.
The quartz monzonite porphyry dykes trend NW-SE to E-W and occupy the Guanaco fault. The
dykes range in width from a few to tens of metres, and along the Guanaco fault cut the Santa Maria
porphyry zone. They contain moderate amounts of D type veins consisting of quartz-pyritechalcopyrite-molybdenite; pyrite and chalcopyrite are replaced by hematite. These appear to be intramineral dykes (Ligarda, et al, 2011).
The monzodiorite porphyry occurs as dykes trending NW-SE and/or as stocks cutting both the older
deformed intrusion and the younger granodiorite. Petrographic studies show it contains abundant
plagioclase and elongated light to dark green hornblende phenocrysts. Alteration consists of epidote
and chlorite replacement of hornblende, and feldspars show incipient replacement by phyllosilicates
of up to 40%. Kaolinite is not observed, and pyrite is rare, being replaced by geothite.
Both of these dykes are related to mineralization at Alto Quemado where they crosscut the older
deformed intrusive. Strong phyllic alteration is developed along their margins. The Issuer has found
two 80 m wide monzodiorite dykes about 500 m east of their base camp exhibiting strong phyllic and
minor secondary biotite alteration along their contacts with the deformed host rock. This may
indicate a hidden porphyry target at depth; the Santa Maria chargeability anomaly, although weak,
extends to here.
In addition, it was observed that all the high grade Au-Cu veins are directly associated with
porphyritic diorite/monzodiorite dykes, containing weak to moderate chlorite alteration. These dykes
range from a few to 10 m in width and occur along faults trending in different directions.
The granodiorite is a fresh light coloured and coarse-grained unit that was described above. It is
located in the southwestern part of the property and is in faulted contact with the older deformed
intrusive. It had been previously grouped with the Tiabaya super unit of the Coastal batholith, but
recent age dates have given it a much older date, in the 137-136 Ma range.
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strongly foliated to schist; this is believed to be similar to the tectonic setting along the Iquipi fault at
the Zafranal project. Here, it is called the Toro Bravo fault (see Figs. 8 & 9).
7.3 Structural Geology
The project is located at the confluence of the NW-SE trending Cincha-Lluta/Incapuquio fault system
and the E-W trending Clavelinas-Iquipi system. The interaction between these two structural regimes
has created a region of pull apart tectonics whereby mineralized structures such as Ximena and
Fiorella veins occupy faults behaving as Reidel shear planes. It was this setting that allowed late
Cretaceous (?) intrusions and subsequent mineralization to be emplaced (Romero, et al, 2002). These
major faults had a polyphase history during the entire Andean orogeny, and as a result of changes in
the directions of converging tectonic plates, making accurate models of the kinematics is difficult.
The following fault systems have been recognized on or near the property:

NW-SE system:
E-W system:
WNW-ESE system:
N-S system:

Cincha-Lluta/Incapuquio, Toro Bravo and Viscacha


Clavelinas-Iquipi, Guanaco and Venado
Ximena, Fiorella and La Banda veins
Zorro Andino and Totorayoc

The only NW-SE fault of the Cincha-Lluta/Incapuquio system identified on the property is Toro
Bravo. It is a faulted contact between the older deformed intrusions to the NE and the younger,
coarse grained granodiorite to the SW. Along this contact exists a roughly 50 m wide corridor of
schistose rock that is believed to be very similar to what is found at the Iquipi fault zone at the
Zafranal deposit to the west.
Near the top end of the project, the Cinch-Lluta thrust fault changes direction from its more normal
NW-SE trend to an E-W trend. The Issuer has recognized two other faults parallel to this E-W trend.
To the north, the Guanaco fault forms the northern boundary of observed alteration at the Santa
Maria zone, and the fault is occupied by a quartz monzonite dyke. About 600 m to the south from
here exists another parallel fault called Venado. This fault seems to have controlled the emplacement
of narrow milky-white quartz veins and has affected sinistral fault movement along the Ximena and
Fiorella veins.
This collection of structures creates a significant exporation target as they appear to be of the same
style that controls the mineralization at the Zafranal deposit 15 km to the west.
The WNW-ESE system has controlled the structures that host the hydrothermal breccias and
mineralized veins along the Ximena, Fiorella, La Banda and La Lomada veins. Also, they seem to be
the principal host to many of the microdiorite, quartz monzonite, monzodiorite and diorite dykes
found on the property; the movement seems to be sinistral.
The N-S trending system, which varies to NNW-SSE, is an important but post-mineral system. One
of these, called Zorro Andino, occurs near the Veta Union showing (see Fig. 8). There exists here a
30 m wide shear zone along which the western limit of phyllic alteration from the Santa Maria zone
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that the extension of the Santa Maria porphyry target may exist at depth on this side, as indicated by
the deeper level chargeability and resistivity anomalies. Microdiorite dykes occur along this fault
trend.
The persistent foliation observed in the deformed intrusive, despite being somewhat chaotic, has a
general E-W direction and a dip generally steeper than 300 to the north. This direction is parallel to
the documented Clavelinas-Iquipi fault system and is believed to be the controlling dynamic
metamorphism in the area (Ligarda, et al, 2011).
8.0 Deposit Types
Alto Quemados mineralized system is a mesothermal, low-sulfidation to intermediate gold-copper,
quartz-sulphide and sulphide vein type. Besides vein type, the property also has some geological
characteristics typical for a porphyry gold-copper system analogous to the Pimenton deposit in Chile
(Benes, 2008).
The principal veins have a known combined length of over 4 km with widths ranging from 0.3 m to 1.70
m. Individual ore shoots can reach widths of up to 5.40 m. The average width of the mineralized
structure (vein, mineralization and alteration envelope) is about 1.0 m. The Issuer has identified three
important vein structures: Ximena, with a strike of 2.0 km, Fiorella over 1.2 km strike and La Banda with
a strike of 0.9 km. A fourth vein, called La Lomada, is narrow (<0.6 m) and has two branches striking
over 0.6 km length. Other minor veins exist in the project area but are not considered to have any
economic potential.
The Santa Maria porphyry Cu-Mo-(Au) target has a phyllic alteration envelope 800 m E-W by 450 m NS. Surface rock samples in the leached layer yielded results between 250 ppm and 800 ppm Cu; Mo
values were also anomalous, locally exceeding 30 ppm.
9.0 Mineralization

The mineralization is comprised of (a) economic minerals - pyrite, chalcopyrite (CuFeS2), chalcocite
(Cu2S), bornite (Cu5FeS4), covellite (CuS), malachite, azurite, native gold and (b) gangue minerals quartz, sericite, chlorite, epidote, K-feldspar, micas, kaolin, carbonate, barite, hematite, limonite.
Supergene enrichment is present as covellite>chalcocite (after chalcopyrite and bornite), and oxides
derived from copper, iron and manganese including malachite, azurite, chrysocolla, geothite, jarosite,
hematite (after chalcocite) and neotocite. There exists a zone of secondary enrichment where chalcocite
replaces chalcopyrite over a vertical range between 10 m and 20 m. Gangue minerals consist of coarse
cyrstalline quartz, chlorite, epidote, sericite and lesser carbonates and barite. Sulfide content within the
veins is relatively high for hydrothermal mineralization, in the range of 10% to 40%. Chalcocite, bornite
and covellite dominate the zone of secondary enrichment, while chalcopyrite prevails in the primary
sulfide zone. Textures vary from massive to veinlets to disseminated. Gold is visible with a grain size of
0.1 mm-0.3 mm. The ratio between Au/Ag varies from 1:1 in low grade material (<10 g/t Au) up to 5:1 in
high grade. Copper content differs for various veins from 1% up to 20%. The zone of weathering is well
developed here as it is common for regions with high temperatures and large variations in humidity. The
thickness of oxide mineralization varies from 20 m up to 60 m (Benes, 2008).
In the Santa Maria porphyry target area and adjacent Totorayac Creek are found traces of chalcopyrite,
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pyrite and molybdenite in narrow quartz veinlets enveloped with strong sericite (phyllic) alteration.
Incipient leaching has largely destroyed the surficial sulphides, but there is evidence of hematite derived
from chalcocite. This indicates strong leaching in the system subsequent to a phase of supergene
enrichment. In the streambeds are also found malachite, chalcanthite, neotocite and traces of chalcocite.

9.1 Ximena Vein


Ximena is the most important mineralized structure at the property; it has a strike of between 1100
azimuth and 1200 azimuth and a dip between 650 and 800 to the northeast. However, its aggregate
surface exposure is only 1.4 km, and thicknesses vary from 0.3 m to 1.7 m.
Ximena, like all the veins at Alto Quemado, is emplaced along fault structures which channeled
mineralizing fluids as well as hydrothermal breccias with a specularite (hematite) matrix supporting
angular silicified clasts. Locally these are associated with propylitized microdiorite dykes parallel to the
veins and locally forming richer mineralized shoots.
Petrographic work has identified two generations of brecciation, including a phase of pyrite before the
introduction of chalcopyrite. Quartz is early with respect to sulphides, filling veins and the matrix of the
hydrothermal breccias in the first phase. Pyrite occurs as grains between the quartz and as breccias. A
second generation of brecciation is represented by late chlorite with respect to sulphides. The brecciated
pyrite is filled with chalcopyrite that has replaced it. Incipient supergene enrichment is represented by
weak replacement of chalcopyrite with chalcocite and covellite; the covellite replaces the chalcocite. The
ratio of covellite to chalcocite is high, suggesting only a weak enrichment (Chavez, 2010).
Samples collected by Altynor at Ximena range from 8 g/t Au to 65 g/t Au with a maximum of 181g/t Au
and an average of 42 g/t Au, 13.4 g/t Ag and 9.3% Cu.
The longitudinal section in Appendix II, created by BISA, shows a very generalized contact zone between
the sulphide-rich horizon at depth and the leached layer above; Altynor drew their interpretations in part
from the work done by BISA.
Due to limited access, Altynor systematically sampled only the vein itself containing quartz-sulfide
matrix and were not able to properly evaluate the mineralization contained in the wall rock and splay
faults.
The current work by the Issuer confirms that primary areas of interest along the Ximena structure are the
Ximena 1, Ximena 2, Ximena 3 and Ximena 4 vein workings (see Fig. 9). These workings have an
aggregate strike length of 400 m and an average width of about 1.0 m. Only modest values of Au and Cu
were obtained from surface, the best being: 0.40 m @ 4.5 g/t Au and 0.2% Cu (sample 217815); 2.4 m @
1.00 g/t Au and 0.7% Cu (sample 217957). However, 20 m below the surface, Au and Cu values improve
markedly: 1.70 m @ 9.50 g/t Au and 14.20% Cu (samples 218314-218316); 1.30 m @ 9.55 g/t Au and
5.78% Cu (samples 218310-218311); 1.90 m @ 7.80 g/t Au and 9.79% Cu (samples 218310, 218321);
1.10 m @ 7.40 g/t Au and 0.31% Cu (samples 218336-218337).
The mining activities undertaken here have been carried out by informal miners (informales) authorized
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9.2 Fiorella Vein


The Fiorella vein appears to be controlled by the splay structure associated with Ximena vein and trends
between 1200 azimuth and 1400 azimuth with dips between 600 and 750 north. The vein has a known
length of 1.2 km, and its thickness varies from 0.3 m to 1.2 m with an average of 0.70 m. The cumulative
outcrop exposure of the vein is 0.75 km.
This vein has not been extensively worked by the artisanal miners, reaching depths of only 3 m - 4 m.
The central part of the vein has an ore shoot about 130 m long with widths from 0.30 m to 1.20 m. The
surface sampling done by the Issuer yielded values of up to 2.50 g/t Au and 0.30% Cu; however, it is
possible that the grades may improve with depth just as they did at Ximena.
Altynor's sampling at the surface yielded results that ranged between 1.5 g/t and 6.6 g/t Au with one
sample running as high as 60 g/t Au, and the average value from all their surface samples ran 13.15 g/t
Au, 4.5 g/t Ag and 0.95% Cu.
Another ore shoot exists at the southeast end of the vein that seems to be connected with the Ximena
vein. Both are crossed by an E-W fault in this area where the grade also improves: 1.10 m @ 11.4 g/t Au
and 1.10% Cu (sample 217974).
9.3 La Banda Vein
La Banda is located some 800 m SE from the Ximena vein and appears to be its southern continuation
(Figs. 8 & 9). It can be followed continuously for 0.9 km and has a general trend of 1100 azimuth,
breaking locally to 0800 azimuth, with dips from 500 to 700 to the north. The vein's widths vary from 0.8
m to 5.4 m, averaging 1.1 m. Its geometry differs from Ximena by having less sharp vein contacts,
swelling, and extensions of mineralization into the wall rock reaching in some areas up to 5 m 6 m
thickness. The footwall contains a silicified and propylitized diorite dyke in addition to hydrothermal
breccias. Both the altered dyke and breccias increase the size potential for mineralization at La Banda.
The vein has been worked by artisanal miners at its eastern end for just over 120 m length and up to 42 m
depth. In this sector exist anomalous values for Au and Cu in surface samples; the best weighted value is
5.4 m @ 2.10 g/t Au and 1.60% Cu (samples 217890 217896). At depth occur better values, such as 1.2
m @ 16.52 g/t Au and 3.5% Cu (samples 218339 218340); 0.85 m @ 85.16 g/t Au and 0.72% Cu
(samples 218341 218342); 1.0 m @ 8.76 g/t Au and 3.40% Cu (sample 218349).
The rest of the vein's surface outcrops yielded fairly low levels in Au, but it is anomalous in Cu, yielding
values between 0.10% and 0.50% Cu over 500 m length and 1.0 m width, on average. This vein, like the
others, has the potential to improve with depth in the area of these low grade surface samples.
According to the supervisor of artisanal miners, gold grades in ore produced from La Banda ranged from
40 g/t to 60 g/t Au. Altynor's sampling returned 46.8 g/t Au, 18.15 g/t Ag and 1.41% Cu, but they did not
state if this was the average of the 7 samples they collected.
Reconnaissance mapping indicates that the apparent vertical extent of mineralization, in topography
along the dip of the vein, is more than 150 m.

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9.4 La Lomada Vein


In this area there are several narrow, parallel veins of which only two are significant. Both of these trend
at 1300 azimuth with dips between 700 and 850 to the NE. The total length is about 600 m, but the veins
are narror, ranging from 0.2 m to 0.8 m and averaging 0.4 m. The Au and Cu values are constant with the
best value returning 0.33 m @ 29.50 g/t Au and 0.23% Cu (sample 218204); 0.30 m @ 12.10 g/t Au and
0.70% Cu (sample 218238).
This is one of the areas visited by the author during the field inspection. It would appear that the term
linear stockwork, coined by Altynor in their report, overstates the distribution of silicification and
alteration, and there appears to be basically just two parallel veins about 40 m apart with fairly barren
looking rock between them.
9.5 Union Vetas
It was originally believed that the Ximena and Fiorella veins joined in this area, hence the name.
However, mapping has revealed that this area is actually part of the deformed intrusive sitting on top of
the granodiorite much like a roof pendant. The nearby Zorro Andino fault, trending 1600 azimuth, has
imparted parallel structures here, giving the appearance of veins. Gold and copper values are not
significant, so this area has low potential for exploration.
9.6 Santa Maria Porphyry Zone
Santa Maria is located some 500 m NE from Union Vetas, the splay of Fiorella vein from Ximena vein
(Figs. 8 & 9). Included in this zone are the occurences called Santa Maria, Quebrada Totorayoc,
Nandito and El Chato to the east. It is defined by a strong phyllic alteration and quartz stringer zone
over an area 800 m E-W by 450 m N-S. Alteration includes the destruction of mafic minerals and the
formation of white phyllosilicates (dominantly muscovite) and rutile. The size and abundance of
phyllosilicates suggests a hydrothermal origin (Chavez, 2010). The protolith appears to be the older
deformed intrusive, and the interpreted mineralizing intrusion does not outcrop.
The area of the phyllic alteration displays strong leaching and production of goethite after pyrite; the
amount of pyrite, pre-oxidation, is estimated around 3% to 5% of the rock volume. Due to the strong
oxidation, the only surviving sulphides (pyrite > chalcopyrite) are those that have been encapsulated in
quartz. Hematite, derived from chalcocite, was noted as disseminations and within quartz stringers,
suggesting that there was moderate to strong leaching of copper minerals in the system. In Totorayoc
creek, about 70 m vertically below, to the east, is found a quartz monzonite porphyry with quartz veinlets
containing pyrite, chalcopyrite and molybdenite and enveloping halos of sericite/muscovite. Pyrite and
chalcopyrite is also replaced by hematite. The supergene enrichment blanket (chalcocite) is not expected
to be highly developed by the evidence of covellite > chalcocite replacing pyrite and chalcopyrite. The
presence of chalcocite-derived hematite on surface is another indication that the supergene blanket has
been at least partially removed due to weathering.
Previously, Altynor's reconnaissance/gridded surface sampling yielded elevated concentrations of gold of
up to 300 ppb and copper values of up to 500 ppm 1000 ppm, and BISA obtained from their smaller
grid values of Mo ranging from 50 ppm to 100 ppm and more restricted values of Cu ranging from 600
ppm to 900 ppm. They also obtained two low order anomalous Au results ranging 100 ppb to 200 ppb,
neither of which correlated with the Cu/Mo anomalies. The anomalies did, however, lie within the
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phyllic/silicic alteration zone.


Portal Resources, during their due diligence assessment of the property in 2008, collected 112 surface
rock samples, but most were from the main areas of interest. These rock samples yielded an average of
1.58 g/t Au with a high of 30.7 g/t Au and a low of 0.003 g/t Au. Copper values showed an average of
0.15% Cu with a high of 5.03% Cu and a low near the detection limit (8 ppm).
The sampling done by the Issuer yielded values between 250 ppm and 800 Cu, and Mo values greater
than 30 ppm. As mentioned previously, this geochemical anomaly is underlain by significant
chargeability and magnetic low anomalies. A 3-D inversion model made by McInnes (2010) has
yielded a potential solid of +/- 200 million tonnes, open to the east, west and at depth; the pole-dipole
spacing used did not allow deeper penetration.
10.0 Exploration
Throughout much of 2010, the Issuer has performed detailed geological mapping (1:5,000 scale) of the
main target area from Ximena vein in the west to the Santa Maria zone to the east, encompassing an area
of about 3 km north-south by 3 km east-west. Fig. 8 is a simplified rendition of the detailed map they
produced, which was viewed by the author. In addition, a 1:25,000 scale map of the entire property, a
1:1,000 scale map of the mesothermal Au-Cu area and a 1:500 scale section map of the Ximena-La Banda
veins were completed. The geology has been digitized in Mapinfo GIS format.
Two programs of geochem sampling were also completed: a grid based lithogeochem survey over the
Santa Maria zone and a follow-up sampling program of the various precious metal veins, from both
surface and underground. A total of 465 rock samples and 13 soil samples were collected from the
property. Of these rock samples, 400 were from the surface and 65 samples were taken underground from
the various mines. In addition, the Issuer introduced 27 sample standards for quality control/quality
assurance purposes.
The IP data from the 1998 Val D'Or survey was reprocessed, again using 3-D inversion modeling, and
intrepreted by an independent consulting geophysicist based in Australia.
The underground mine workings that were developed by the informal miners between 2001 and 2003
were rehabilited; new stairways were placed, and wooden poles were place as supports and for access in
the open stopes and raises.
Twenty-two short trenches were excavated along the surface projections of Ximena, Fiorella and La
Banda Union veins with the intention of finding new zones covered by overburden.
10.1 Surface Sampling Santa Maria Target
Samples were collected on a fairly systematic grid pattern at a nominal 50 m spacing along lines spaced
100 m apart, but terrain, access and cover dictated the actual locations. A total of 110 samples were
collected. Rock chips were taken at each site over a 5 m distance at Santa Maria zone, and 5 m channel
samples were collected along Totorayoc Creek. After channels were cut using a motorized diamond saw.
Figs. 11 to 13 show the locations of the samples plus graphical representations of the values for Cu and
Mo. An area roughly 800 m east-west by up to 600 m north-south was sampled.

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Two of the samples taken from Quebrada (creek) Totorayoc were from high grade veins, yielding 1.44 g/t
and 2.59 g/t Au; these were excluded from the statistical dataset pertaining to the porphyry Cu-Mo target
area. Copper values range from 28 ppm to 8,590 ppm and averaged 467 ppm. Most of these came from
deformed intrusive host rock, but some represent the younger granodiorite.
Molybdenum values range from detection limits (<1 ppm) up to 105 ppm and averaged 15 ppm. Most of
the anomalous values coincide with the Cu anomalies, but the highest Mo results seem to be more
concentrated about the central portion of the target area, whereas the anomalous Cu values extend a bit
further out. The highest Mo results are found within a NW-SE by SW-NE oval shaped zone roughly 400
m by 300 m.
Gold values averaged 11 ppb (mg/t) and ranged from detection levels to 101 ppb (0.101 ppm, or 0.101
g/t).
Values for Ag, As, Bi, Pb, Sb and Zn are generally low or below their detection limits.
10.2 IP Survey Interpretation
The 1998 Val D'Or geophysical survey data was reprocessed using 3-D inversion modelling and
reinterpreted by David McInnes, an independent geophysicist based in Australia. A complete set of depth
slice images for the chargeability, resistivity and magnetic models is presented in Appendix III.
Figs. 14 & 15 are a representative set of the chargeability and resistivity anomalies at -115 m depth. What
is clearly evident here, and at all depth slices, is the very strong correlation between high chargeability
and low resistivity anomalies within the target area. The chargeability anomaly at this level is about 1,100
m long east-west by 500 m wide north-south, and the resistivity anomaly has similar dimensions.
Also of interest is a smaller chargeability anomaly about 200 m WSW of the main zone. Located under
the Fiorella vein and at waypoint 131, it is suggested by the Issuer's geologists that this might be a faulted
offset of the Santa Maria zone. There exists a NW-SE trending gully between them, interpreted to be a
large fault zone, and the pattern made by the geophysical surveys supports this hypothesis.
The magnetic data shows generally low values centered over the main Santa Maria IP anomaly but with a
sharp boundary along the SW side separating it from a body with a stronger magnetic signature. The low
magnetic response over the porphyry target might reflect the destruction of magnetite caused by
hydrothermal alteration from a mineralized porphyry system at depth (Fig. 16).
The body with the stronger magnetic signature to the south and southwest does not appear to be related to
the granodiorite as the outline of the magnetic body in no way simulates the mapped outline of the
intrusion. In addition, there appears to be a more linear, or tabular feature with a stronger magnetic
response that trends NE-SW directly under the Fiorella and Ximena veins in the direction of Santa Maria.
The smaller, isolated chargeability anomaly that sits between the veins coincides with the central part of
this magnetic feature.

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A total of 333 rock samples were taken by Mawson over a wide area of the property, but the bulk of these
(264) came from the surface exposures of the precious metal-bearing veins.
Without discriminating these samples according to lithological type, etc., the global statistics of samples
collected from the veins yield a range of values from detection limit (<0.05 ppm Au) to 32.6 ppm (g/t)
Au, averaging 1.2 ppm (g/t) Au. Similarly, copper values ranged from detection limits to 140,050 ppm Cu
(14.05%) with an average of 3,600 ppm (0.36%) Cu. Figs. 17 to 19 show the locations and symbolic plots
for these results. Sample widths of the veins ranged up to 2 m but averaged around 0.7 m to 0.8 m.
The samples collected by Mawson confirm the ranges and orders of magnitude of results obtained by
Altynor and BISA.

10.4 Underground Sampling Ximena Vein


The Ximena vein has undergone the most development and exploitation by the informale miners on the
property. It is sub-divided into four distinct vein zones, namely Ximena 1, Ximena 2-3 and Ximena 4.
The Issuer has resampled sections of Ximena 1 and Ximena 2-3; the Ximena 4 section was in the process
of being resampled during the author's visit.
The Issuer took a total of 46 samples from the Ximena vein system; 9 were taken by the informal miners
and 37 were collected under the supervision of Mawson's geologists. Samples were taken from the backs
(roof) or the floor if necessary, to crosscut the main structure. In some occasions the width of the working
is less than the entire width of the vein and/or the wall rocks. Without taking any of these factors into
consideration, the global average of these samples is 27.70 g/t Au, with a maximum of 695 g/t Au and a
minimum of 0.13 g/t Au. Copper values were also high, averaging 4.23% Cu, with a maximum of 23.60%
Cu and a minumum of 0.01% Cu. The highest Cu values are attributed to the supergene enrichment zone
where chalcopyrite is replaced by chalcocite and covellite.
Silver values are slightly anomalous compared with the surface results, averaging 8.45 g/t Ag with a
maximum of 32 g/t Ag and a minimum below the detection limit (<0.2 g/t Ag).
Other potential indicator/accessory elements, such as As, Mo, Pb and Sb returned very low values.Tables
2 & 3 list the pertinent results from these areas, and Figs. 20 to 22 show their locations.
The Issuer sampled up to 30 m depth along the Ximena vein within these zones. Their samples appear to
be either in the oxide or mixed oxide/sulphide zones of the veins. As was suggested by Altynor, there
does seem to be a leaching of gold from surface and a corresponding enrichment at depth. Copper values
show a definitely depletion at surface, but how much of the copper at depth is due to enrichment or just
primary sulphide content is not certain.
The Issuer has determined that the weighted average of the underground samples averages 9.31 g/t Au
and 4.22% Cu across 0.91 m width along a 500 m strike length.

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Quartz Monzonite Dyke


Monzodiorite/Diorite Dyke

Unconformity
Unconformity
Unconformity
Unconformity
Unconformity

8222000

Murco Formation:
red sandstone, shale

Granodiorite (Cretaceous?)

3,100

Granodiorite (Batholith, 136 Ma)

YURA GROUP
Hualhuani Formation:
quartz arenites

Deformed Intrusive

00

2,900

3,0

Veins
Road

Faults
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45
45

Orientation of Tectonic
Banding

816000

814000

812000

810000

808000

806000

Claim perimeter

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Table 2. Ximena Vein Surface Samples, Mawson Resources


SAMPLES
NUMBERS
217803-10
217813-21
217954-60
217860-61
218255-56
218246-47
217801
218299
218257-59
218253-54
217824
217858-59
217962-63

6.30
6.05
6.65
1.70
1.50
1.80
1.10
0.55
3.40
1.30
0.50
0.75
1.10

0.41
0.75
0.48
0.21
2.85
1.29
0.76
1.33
0.84
1.82
1.09
0.31
0.19

0.10
0.23
0.50
0.01
1.03
0.07
0.02
0.09
0.12
0.31
0.23
0.70
0.01

ANCHO POR
Au x m
LEY DE Au
0.59
2.58
1.17
4.54
1.39
3.19
0.23
0.36
4.72
4.28
1.42
2.32
0.80
0.83
1.49
0.73
1.06
2.86
2.38
2.37
1.51
0.54
1.58
0.23
0.21
0.21

2.52

0.77

0.26

1.24

WIDTH (m)

Au_g/t

Au
EQUIV

Cu_%

Cu x m

Au_Equiv x m

2.58
4.54
3.19
0.36
4.28
2.32
0.83
0.73
2.86
2.37
0.54
0.23
0.21

0.63
1.39
3.32
0.02
1.54
0.13
0.03
0.05
0.41
0.40
0.12
0.52
0.01

25.04

8.57

Zona

3.73 XIM 1
7.07 XIM 2-3
9.24 XIM 4
0.39 XIMENA
7.08 XIMENA
2.55 XIMENA
0.88 XIMENA
0.82 XIMENA
3.60 XIMENA
3.10 XIMENA
0.75 XIMENA
1.19 XIMENA
0.23 XIMENA

MUESTRA TOMADA
EN:
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE

40.62

Translations:

Ancho Por Ley de Au = width times grade Au


Muestra Tomada en = sample taken at...
Zona = zone

Table 3. Ximena Vein Underground Samples, Mawson Resources


SAMPLES
NUMBERS
218301
218302
218303
218304
218305
218306
218307
218308-09
218310-11
218312
218314-18
218319-21
218322
218323
218324
218325
218326-27
218328
218329-30
218331-32
218333-34
218335
218336-37
218338

WIDTH (m)

Au_g/t

Au
EQUIV

Cu_%

0.60
0.30
0.20
0.40
0.35
0.20
1.00
1.15
1.30
0.80
2.83
1.90
0.70
0.90
1.00
0.75
1.20
0.25
1.20
1.30
1.40
0.45
1.10
0.60

13.90
12.25
1.41
0.59
34.10
30.50
2.27
6.19
9.55
9.90
5.95
7.80
4.57
2.78
1.09
7.44
5.89
144.00
6.32
15.99
9.40
12.40
7.36
1.78

0.16
2.77
6.06
4.84
0.58
0.36
2.67
4.82
5.78
7.44
9.93
9.79
6.36
4.71
4.24
6.43
0.26
0.03
0.32
0.13
0.11
0.33
0.37
0.30

0.91

9.31

4.22

ANCHO POR
Au x m
LEY DE Au
14.20
8.34
17.29
3.68
12.43
0.28
9.39
0.24
35.16
11.94
31.16
6.10
7.12
2.27
14.95
7.12
20.06
12.42
23.43
7.92
24.00
16.84
25.60
14.82
16.13
3.20
11.34
2.50
8.80
1.09
19.13
5.58
6.36
7.07
144.05
36.00
6.90
7.58
16.23
20.79
9.60
13.16
13.00
5.58
8.03
8.10
2.32
1.07
16.97

Cu x m

Au_Equiv x m

8.34
3.68
0.28
0.24
11.94
6.10
2.27
7.12
12.42
7.92
16.84
14.82
3.20
2.50
1.09
5.58
7.07
36.00
7.58
20.79
13.16
5.58
8.10
1.07

0.10
0.83
1.21
1.94
0.20
0.07
2.67
5.54
7.51
5.95
28.10
18.60
4.45
4.24
4.24
4.82
0.31
0.01
0.38
0.17
0.15
0.15
0.41
0.18

203.66

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8.52 XIM 1
5.19 XIM 1
2.49 XIM 1
3.76 XIM 1
12.31 XIM 1
6.23 XIM 1
7.12 XIM 2-3
17.20 XIM 2-3
26.08 XIM 2-3
18.74 XIM 2-3
67.93 XIM 2-3
48.64 XIM 2-3
11.29 XIM 2-3
10.21 XIM 2-3
8.80 XIM 2-3
14.35 XIM 2-3
7.64 XIM 4
36.01 XIM 4
8.28 XIM 4
21.09 XIM 4
13.44 XIM 4
5.85 XIM 4
8.84 XIM 4
1.39 XIM 4

MUESTRA TOMADA
EN:
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND

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217811
217808
217810
217807
217809
217804
217806
217803

10 m

218306

217806
218305
218301

XIMENA 1
218302

218304
218303

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217813 217814 217816

217819

217815
217817
217818

217821

10m.
10
m

217815

217817

XIMENA 3
218324
218319-21
218322

73903-73905

XIMENA 2

218314-18
218323
218307

218308

218310-11

218309

218312

73903-73905
Nebocat sample site

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,350
E

,300

810

,250

810

810
E

0N

3,15

8,22

0N

3,10

8,22

218335
218328 218329-30
218331-32 86515
86509-11
86512-13
86514

86516

218326-27
86501-03

73899-900
86504-06

86507-08

3100 m

86517-19?

218338
218336-37

218333-34
73901-02

73899
Nebocat sample site
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10.5 La Banda Vein


A total of 19 samples were collected from La Banda vein workings; all samples were taken under the
supervision of the Issuer's geologists. Here, again, the values underground are significantly higher than at
surface. Gold values have a global average of 25.30 g/t Au with a maximum of 267 g/t Au and a
minimum of 0.07 g/t Au. Copper averaged 2.42% Cu with a maximum of 8.02% Cu and minimum of
0.18% Cu. Silver, like at Ximena vein, is much more anomalous at depth, averaging 7.3 g/t Ag with a
high of 41.7 g/t Ag. Mo is slightly higher than at Ximena (up to 78 ppm), but the other indicator/
accessory elements are also low or near detection limits.
Tables 4 & 5 and Fig. 23 show the results and locations of these samples, respectively.
Mawson's geological team calculated the average grade and width of the underground samples at La
Banda to be 15.09 g/t Au and 1.53% Cu over 1.08 m along a strike length of 120 m.
Table 4. La Banda Vein Surface Samples, Mawson Resources
SAMPLES
NUMBERS
217890-96
218272
218276
218282-83
217994
218266

5.40
0.50
1.55
3.00
0.60
0.90

2.09
0.40
0.44
0.03
0.07
0.17

1.60
0.16
0.10
0.01
0.45
0.23

ANCHO POR
Au x m
LEY DE Au
5.00
11.29
0.69
0.20
0.62
0.68
0.05
0.09
0.89
0.04
0.59
0.15

1.99

1.04

0.79

2.47

WIDTH (m)

Au_g/t

Au
EQUIV

Cu_%

Cu x m

Au_Equiv x m

Zona

11.29
0.20
0.68
0.09
0.04
0.15

8.64
0.08
0.16
0.03
0.27
0.21

27.00 LA BANDA
0.35 LA BANDA
0.96 LA BANDA
0.14 LA BANDA
0.53 LA BANDA
0.53 LA BANDA

12.45

9.38

29.51

MUESTRA TOMADA
EN:
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE
SUPERFICIE

Table 5. La Banda Vein Underground Samples, Mawson Resources


SAMPLES
NUMBERS
218339-40
218341-42
218343
218345-46
218347-48
218349
218350-51
218352-53
218354-55

1.20
0.85
0.60
2.10
0.90
1.00
1.50
0.70
0.90

16.52
85.16
44.80
1.86
1.56
8.76
5.34
3.43
3.95

3.50
0.72
0.60
0.56
0.92
3.26
0.96
2.29
1.63

ANCHO POR
Au x m
LEY DE Au
22.88
19.82
86.47
72.39
45.89
26.88
2.88
3.91
3.23
1.40
14.69
8.76
7.09
8.01
7.59
2.40
6.91
3.56

1.08

15.09

1.53

17.88

WIDTH (m)

Au_g/t

Au
EQUIV

Cu_%

Cu x m

Au_Equiv x m

19.82
72.39
26.88
3.91
1.40
8.76
8.01
2.40
3.56

4.20
0.61
0.36
1.18
0.83
3.26
1.44
1.60
1.47

147.13

14.95

Zona

27.46 LA BANDA
73.50 LA BANDA
27.53 LA BANDA
6.04 LA BANDA
2.91 LA BANDA
14.69 LA BANDA
10.63 LA BANDA
5.32 LA BANDA
6.22 LA BANDA

MUESTRA TOMADA
EN:
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND
UNDERGROUND

174.30

Table 6. Projected Conceptual Target: Ximena and La Banda Veins, Mawson Resources
VEIN
XIMENA
LA BANDA

THICKNESS
0.91
1.08

STRIKE
500
120

DEPTH
200
200

SG
2.8
2.8

TONNES
254,800
72,576

Au (g/t)
9.31
15.09

Cu (%)
4.22
1.53

327,376

Au Equiv
16.97
17.88

Au onz
76,268
35,211

Cu tonnes
10,753
1,110

Au EQUIV onz
139,018
41,721

111,478

11,863

180,739

Table 6 is a summary of the average grades, widths and projected lengths and depths of Ximena and La
Banda veins as calculated and estimated by the Issuer. The author is of the opinion that these figures
represent a realistic exploration target that could average from 10 g/t to 15 g/t Au and 1.5% to 4% Cu
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,450

8,222

218271
218272

218263
75

218261

70

B
D

217893

217894

218260
218274

35

31

217892

217895
217898 217897
4
3

C'

33

811,9

811,8

811,8

50 E

00 E

N
00 E

,400

75

32

30

217896

C"

8,222

73

29

218273

217890
217891

3080 m

217890
217895
3060 m

218352-53

218272
3040 m

218349

218347-48

218261
218354-55

218345-46
218350-51

218339-40

218343
3020 m

218341-42

218335
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over an average thickness of 1 m. This would equate to a minimum of 300,000 tonnes at the average
grade cited above, or an in-situ potential of 200,000 gold-equivalent ounces. This estimated tonnage
could likely be doubled to 600,000 tonnes, or an in-situ gold-equivalent potential resource of 400,000
ounces.
The potential quantity and grade estimates presented herein are conceptual in nature, there has been
insufficient exploration to define a Mineral Resource as defined in NI 43-101, and it is uncertain if
further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a Mineral Resource.
All work done on the property as described in this section of the report was conducted by the Issuer
and/or the Issuer's employees.
11.0 Drilling
There has been no drilling performed on this property by the Issuer, as yet, and there is no record or
evidence of any other party having drilled it previously. This is a relatively new discovery in Peru, being
found within the last 10 years.

12.0 Sampling Method and Approach


The sampling methodology used by AQMC was not known to Altynor, nor is there any record of it
available to the Issuer or the author of this report. Likewise, BISA did not provide details regarding
sampling other than mentioning the widths of their samples. Altynor provided comprehensive details of
their methodology:
....During the reconnaissance survey completed by Altynor in 2007, the following sampling methods
were used: (a) continuous chip/channel 91 samples; (b) short chip 3 samples; (c) grab 19 samples;
(d) bulk sampling of mined ore- 4 samples; and (e) metallurgical 3 samples. As the most common
method we used continuous chip/channel sampling (3 cm deep x 5 cm wide channel) perpendicular to the
vein strike. The length of individual sample intervals depended on the thickness of veins, but did not
exceed 1.0 m with the weight of sample between 2 and 3 kg. If the access permitted so, we also took
samples from wall rock, except for some areas underground, where the width of vein exceeded the width
of drifts.
From the total of 91 continuous chip samples, 36 were taken from underground workings and 55 from
surface outcrops. At surface, if possible, we have taken channel samples over the whole width of
mineralization including veins and wall rock. In such case, the full length of the sample interval was at
Ximena 5 m (145687-145692); at La Banda 4.5 m (145633-145637) and at Fiorella 4 m (145640145646).
A limited amount of 6 samples from the deepest parts of Ximena 3 and Fiorella (145604-145607;
145616-145617) were collected by the supervisor of RBB [AQMC] with assistance of artisanal miners
without the presence of Altynor due to safety conditions at the mine. Grab samples were used in cases
where veins were outcropping only partially or veins were disintegrated at surface. Typically, the weight
of grab samples was 2-2.5 kg.
Bulks samples were taken from ore which was stored and dried at surface prior transportation to the
plant. Before shipping; the ore was spread at the area of around 20 m sq. We selected a section of 1.5 m x
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1.5 m which was divided into 25 squares (30 cmx30 cm). From each square we took a small sample of
100-150 g of ore. The total of 25 such small samples amounted to one bulk sample of 2.5-3.5 kg.
Short chip samples were used when the thickness of veins was not more than 10 cm- 20 cm. In such cases,
sampling was done along the strike of the vein with 1.0 m interval providing for the weight of 2.5 kg. This
method was used rarely and only 3 samples were collected. Finally, while doing reconnaissance survey,
we conducted a screening of pan concentrate from duplicates of some chip and grab samples. This work
was done in field and helped us to understand better the mineralogy and identify the content of free gold.
For metallurgical testing, we took 3 samples from Ximena representing 3 types of ore with the weight of 5
kg each. Sample No. 145518 was oxide ore from Ximena 4; sample No. 145519 was quartz-sulfide
(pyrite_chalcopyrite) ore from Ximena 3 and No. 145520 was quartz-chalcocite-chalcopyrite ore from
the zone of secondary enrichment at Ximena 3...
The Issuer took a combination of chip, channel and grab samples during their regional sampling program,
but the bulk of these were channel samples. The channels ranged up to 2 m in width.
Underground samples were channel samples across the width of the veins and adjacent wallrock, where
present. Sampling was done with a hammer and chisel with a tarpaulin used to collect the samples; the
samples were placed into plastic bags and sealed.
The surficial veins would have been sampled by the same methodology, except a tarpaulin would not
have been used.
For the gridded rock sampling survey of the Santa Maria zone, random rock chips were collected at each
station from about a 5 m diameter, but individual sample widths ranged from 1.1 to 6.0 m. As mentioned
previously in the Exploration section of this report, a total of 93 sample were taken from the Santa Maria
area.
Of the 333 surface samples taken outside of Santa Maria zone, 55 came from the Fiorella vein, 62 from
the La Banda vein, 23 from the Union veta zone, 48 from La Lomada vein, 104 from Ximena vein and 31
were regional samples taken from various parts of the property. The regional surface samples were spaced
up to 8.7 km apart east-west by 2.8 km north-south, but the bulk of them were from the central target
areas of the property, a distance rough 2.8 km east-west by 1.6 km north-south, or encompassing an area
roughly 430 hectares.
No drilling has yet been done on the property; hence, there are no factors that need to be considered
regarding sample recoveries, etc. that would affect drill results.
Sampling of the veins was done perpendicular to their strike both underground and on surface. Certain
surface vein samples, where the ground was either badly broken or poorly exposed, would not necessarily
be representative of the true thickness of the vein(s). The samples taken from the porphyry target were
either linear, as channels or contiguous chips, or taken as random grabs within a certain radius about a
survey station. As a porphyry generally has an isotropic rhombohedral to irregular stockwork pattern
within the pyritic halo, sampling directions should not play a significant factor in biasing the results.
Lithologic types and descriptions were provided in the History, Geology and Exploration sections of this
report. In summary, the Santa Maria zone is hosted mainly by metamorphosed felsic to intermediate
intrusives that have been overprinted by an apparent porphyry copper-molybdenum bearing intrusive at
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depth which has imparted phyllic and silicic alteration on these rocks and have been subsequently
argillized.
The quartz-sulphide veins are hosted along major fault structures that cut these same host rocks west and
south of the Santa Maria porphyry zone. Within the Ximena vein there occur some fairly massive
sulphides alongside the quartz. At Ximena 2-3, the author observed semi-massive chalcopyrite-pyrite in
the footwall side of the quartz vein and lesser disseminated sulphides in the hanging wall portion. Much
of the wallrock was sheared and altered to clay, chlorite and locally talc? The sulphide-rich zones contain
significantly higher concentrations of gold than the quartz-dominant zones, nonetheless, the quartz veins
also contain gold values running to several g/t.
Table 3, above, shows a composite of five samples taken by the Issuer from the Ximena 2-3 vein
(218314-218318) that averaged 9.50 g/t Au and just over 14% Cu over 1.70 m in first three of the
samples from the footwall side. The footwall sample is dominantly sulphide, it returned 17.35 g/t Au and
23.60% Cu over 0.5 m. The author replicated these five samples with three check samples which are
discussed in the Data Verification section, following.
Aside from a few other sites along these veins, there exist no drillholes or trenches over which numerous
contiguous samples were taken.
13.0 Sample Preparation, Analyses and Security
BISA used two laboratories for the samples they collected in 2003:

1.

CIMM PERU SA analyzed all their samples (132) for Au and ICP for 34 elements.

2.

SGS de Peru SAC analyzed the duplicate samples (12).

They performed some basic statistics, comparing the suite of duplicate samples, and found the results
satisfactory.
The samples taken by Altynor were bagged and labeled on site then transported to the laboratory.
Assaying was conducted at the SGS laboratory in Lima, a well known independent commercial
laboratory using certified and approved methodology (http://www.sgs.com//sitemap.htm).
The samples were processed according to the metal sought. Gold was extracted via fire assay
Au_FAA515, and in case of high grade, double-checked with Au_FAG505. Copper and silver were
assayed by atomic absorption (Ag_AA12CP; Cu_AA12CP).
Duplicates and standards were not used at this stage.
All samples taken by the Issuer were collected by its employees. No drilling or other form of large scale
sampling campaign was performed, thus no sample splitting or preparation was performed on site. All
samples were sealed and shipped directly to the ALS Chemex (ALS) laboratory in Arequipa, Peru, for
sample preparation. Pulps from these samples were shipped to the ALS laboratory in Callao, Lima, Peru
or to the ALS laboratory in Vancouver for analyses.
On average, the Issuer introduced one standard and one blank with every sequence of 20 samples,
inclusive.

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Analytical packages used by ALS Chemex included: ME-ICP61, ME-ICP41, AU-AA23, AU-SCR24,
AU-26D, AU-GRA22, AU-GRA21, CU-AA46 and CU-AA62. A brief description of ALS Chemex's
analytical procedures is provided on their assay certificates:

AU-GRA21 - Au 30 g, fire assay, gravimetric finish

AU-GRA22 - Au 50 g, fire assay, gravimetric finish

AU-AA26 -

ore grade Au, 50 g, fire assay, atomic absorption finish

CU-AA46 -

ore grade Cu, aqua regia digestion, atomic absorption finish

CU-AA62 -

ore grade Cu, four acid digestion, atomic absorption finish

ME-1CP41 - 35 element ICP AES, aqua regia digestion

ME-ICP61a - 35 element ICP AES, high grade, four acid digestion

AU-SCR24 - Au metallic screen, double minus 50 g, fire assay finish

AU-AA26 - ore grade Au, 50 g, fire assay, atomic absorption finish

D = duplicate

For a complete description of the analytical and preparation procedures, the reader is invited to view
ALS's website: http://www.alsglobal.com
ALS is an ISO 9001:2000 accredited laboratory, and a number of analytical facilities have received ISO
17025 accreditations for specific laboratory procedures. As part of their ISO 17025 accreditation, ALS
Laboratories participate in a number of international proficiency tests, such as those managed by
CANMET and Geostats. Both of these agencies circulate samples for analysis twice a year and evaluate
the performance of participating laboratories.
The Issuer introduced 3 different standards, representing multi-element ICP, anomalous Au-Cu-Mo-S,
high grade Cu-Au and high grade Au-Ag and one blank sample. ALS ran a duplicate check on
approximately every 8th sample and introduced up to 10 different standards and 2 blanks. The frequency
of their internal standard/blank usage is not stated as the results of these determinations are shown on a
separate spreadsheet layer from the Issuer's sample results. For example, however, in a suite of 101
samples, which includes 4 of the Issuer's standards and 3 blanks, ALS shows 18 internal standard and 15
internal blank determinations.
The sample collection, preparation, transportation (security) and analytical techniques used appear to be
satisfactory.
For this limited suite of samples, the author's samples were also sent to the ALS Chemex preparation lab
in Arequipa and analyzed in Lima. The samples were determined using ME-ICP41, Au-AA23 and AuGRA21 packages. The lab performed 18 standard tests using 5 different standards and 14 blank
determinations using 4 different blanks. No external standards or blanks were introduced to this suite
of samples.
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14.0 Data Verification


The author has reviewed all the documents, plans and sections prepared by BISA and Altynor that the
Issuer had available. The work done by the Issuer, including sampling and mapping, corroborates the
findings made both by BISA and Altynor; however, there are some differences in opinion regarding the
interpretation and origin of the metamorphic rocks. The Issuer had access to further research data made
public by INGEMMET subsequent to Altynor's involvement in the project.
Two days were spent by the author examining surface geology, surface and underground workings and
reviewing maps and sections prepared by the Issuer.
In addition, 13 check samples were collected: 7 from underground along the Ximena vein system, 4 from
the Santa Maria porphyry target, 1 from the Union Veta showing, 1 from the Fiorella vein and 1 from La
Lomada stockwork zone.
Table 7 shows a comparison between 5 contiguous samples taken by the Issuer from the Ximena 2-3 vein
and 3 contiguous samples taken by the author over virtually the same interval. Fig. 21 shows the locations
of both these sample suites.
Table 7. Comparison of J. Nebocat and Mawson Resources Samples, Ximena 2-3 Vein
Mawson Sample
218314
218315
218316
218317
218318

Width (m)
0.5
0.7
0.5
0.55
0.6

g/t Au
17.35
7.1
5.02
1.75
0.13

2.85
AVERAGE

W X Au
8.675
4.97
2.51
0.9625
0.078

Nebocat Sample
73903
73904
73905

6.03

Width (m)
0.4
1
1.3

g/t Au
11.25
3.16
6.59

2.7

2.12

W X Au
4.5
3.16
8.567

6.01
2.23

As was described previously, the footwall sample is chalcopyrite and pyrite rich, followed by dominantly
quartz vein and then disseminated sulphides in the hanging wall. There is an extremely good comparison
between these two sets of samples, particularly since they are not exact width replications.
Two contiguous samples were taken from each of two sites in the Ximena 4 underground workings.
Samples 73899 and 73901 were taken from the quartz vein which contains limonite and specular
hematite, and samples 73900 and 73902 were taken from the respective footwall portions of the vein
which are sheared and chloritic meta-intrusive rocks. Table 8 shows the results of the samples taken from
Ximena 4 vein area, comparing samples taken by the author with those taken by BISA; the Issuer had not
resampled Ximena 4 vein at the time of the author's visit.
Table 8. Comparison of BISA Samples with J. Nebocat Samples, Ximena 4 Vein
BISA Sample
86512
86513

86514? *

Width (m)
0.5
0.35

0.5

g/t Au
8.7
6.4

5.8

Location**
ceiling
floor

center

Nebocat Sample
73899
73900

Width (m)
0.5
0.65

g/t Au
1.995
0.171

W X Au
0.9975
0.11115

AVERAGE

1.15

0.96

1.10865

73901*
73902*

0.65
0.7

14.6
0.319

9.49
0.2233

AVERAGE

1.35

7.20

9.7133

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the location of samples 73901 and 73902 are approximately in the area of BISA sample 86514.

**

BISA's descriptions of the samples (translated) are ceiling, floor and center. Ceiling is the hanging wall
side and floor is the footwall side of the vein.

The Au values from BISA's samples 86512 & 85513 are somewhat higher than the author's sample 73899
which was taken from the principal vein. Sample 73899 was taken in the vicinity of sample 88512 and is
not a direct repetition of it, unlike the samples taken from Ximena 2-3. What is clear that samples taken
from within the vein tend to return values of Au in the X to XX g/t
Sample 73906 was taken from a hand-dug trench from the top of the hill near the centre of the Santa
Maria zone. An 8-metre chip sample ran 566 ppm Cu and 0.01 ppm Au. The rock is a strongly phyllic and
argillic altered meta-intrusive of apparent felsic origin.
Samples 73907 & 73908 were taken from altered and pyritic intrusive along the creek that roughly bisects
Santa Maria zone, running from north to south. They ran 349 and 558 ppm Cu and 6 ppm and 72 ppm Mo
over 2 m and 4 m, respectively.
At Vetas Union zone, sample 73909 returned 76 ppm Cu and 44 ppm Mo across 2.5 m. Altynor had
interpreted this zone to be the junction of Ximena and Fiorella veins, but neither the author nor the Issuer
believe this to be the case. There is a little evidence of quartz veining, and it appears to be large shear
zone that has been weathered and oxidized; hematite and limonite are common in addition to argillic
alteration. The shear zone trends 120/60 NE and might be a leakage, or distal phenomenon from the
faulted offset chargeability anomaly west of Santa Maria zone.
A grab sample (73910) was taken of oxidized quartz vein material from a dump on the Fiorella vein. It
yielded 6.34 g/t Au and 735 ppm Cu.
The zone at La Lomada was tested with one sample. A 20 m wide chip sample of highly weathered
granodiorite ran 0.013 g/t Au and 30 ppm Cu. This sample was taken between two parallel veins systems
separated by about 40 m. There is no evidence of any stockwork style of mineralization at La Lomada
as was suggested by Altynor.
The digital data, and hard copy data derived therefrom, appears to be original and authentic. Also, the
observations made by the author on site, and the results of samples taken by same, corroborate what has
been presented and observed in the field. The reader is cautioned that any digital data is subject to
modification by anyone who has access to it or the motivation to do so. However, as stated previously, the
observations made by, and samples collected by, the author support was is documented in digital and
written form and what was observed on site.
15.0 Adjacent Properties

The Zafranal porphyry deposit, owned by AQM Copper Inc., through its wholly owned Peruvian
subsiduary Minera AQM Copper Peru, SAC, and 50:50 joint venture partner Teck Resources, is
located about 15 km due west of Alto Quemado.
Zafranal is becoming a significant copper-gold porphyry deposit with mineralization identified over a
2,800 m strike length, up to 600 m width and up to 500 m thickness, of which the supergene blanket
is between 50 m - 150 m thick. The mineralization remains open to the southeast and northwest as
well as at depth in certain areas.

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AQM announced a NI 43-101 Compliant Resource Estimate on February 28, 2011. Measured and
indicated resources are reported as 301 Mt at 0.48% Cu and 0.08 g/t Au, with an additional inferred
resource of 51 Mt at 0.32% Cu and 0.06 g/t Au. http://www.aqmcopper.com/s/Home.asp
Recent interpretations suggest that the porphyry was emplaced as a lenticular body within an eastwest trending tectono-morphic fault that splays off the Incapuquio-Cincha-Lluta fault system. The
Zafranal porphyry system is located within a jog of this east-west transpressive fault splay, and
faults internal to the porphyry, which trend about 1350AZ, indicate a dextral movement along this
major structure. It has been suggested by the Issuer that the Santa Maria zone porphyry target may
have been similarly emplaced along this same east-west structural corridor that has imparted the
metamormorphic fabric on the igneous rocks at Alto Quemado.
The author has not been able to verify the claims made on AQM's website. The reader is advised that
any descriptions of geology, mineralization, resources and/or reserves on the Zafranal property have
no direct correlation with any geology, mineralization, resources and/or reserves found, or yet to be
found, on the Alto Quemado property.
16.0 Mineral Processing and Metallurgical Testing
The Issuer has performed no metallurgical test work on material from the Alto Quemado project.
Altynor, previously, submitted two samples from the 80 m depth level of the Ximena 3 vein, below
the oxide zone. These two samples assayed 97.4 g/t Au, 15.2% Cu and 98.8 g/t Au, 13.9% Cu.
The testing was done by SGS Mineral Services and included:
a)

Gravity Concentration of sample in Knelson

b)

Flotation rougher of the tailings from Knelson

c)

Cyanidation of the flotation tailings

SGS concluded the following:

Gravity concentration for two samples recovered 35.3% and 41% of gold, which indicates that it is
not a very favorable method for gold recovery, although the enrichment of its head grades in the
concentrate could justify it.

Flotation process should be centered exclusively on the recovery of the high copper content in
tailings from the gravitational concentrate to reduce cyanide consumption in the cyanidation process.
For this reason it is recommended to study the effect of grinding on the rougher flotation and the
definition of the formula and most suitable does of reagents.

Copper recovery is closely related to the recovery of silver, indicating that it could be possible to
obtain a high grade copper concentrate with an important content of silver.

Flotation does not have a major effect on the recovery and grade of gold.

Cyanidation is the more suitable process for the gold recovery of this type of ore, obtaining
recoveries of 91.7% and 93.6% of gold contained in the flotation tailings; however cyanide
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consumption in tests was too high due to high concentrations of copper; more testing is required to
improve the flow sheet.
Altynors consulting metallurgist made the following observations and recommendations:

Recovery of gold by gravity concentration 35.3% and 41%; by flotation 39% and50% and
cyanidation 91.7% and 93.6%, indicates an overall recovery of 95.18% and 96.16%.

Increased consumption of cyanide is probably due to high content of chalcosite.

Recovery of silver by gravity 26.7% and 25.4%; flotation 55.9% and 64.3%, cyanidation 39%
and 36%, indicates an overall recovery of 68.86% and 67%.

Recovery of copper by gravity 10.1% and 9.6%; flotation 65.5% and 72.6%, cyanidation 16%
and 30%, indicates an overall recovery of 58.55% and 69.16%

Overall recoveries of all metals are encouraging, however more systematic analytical work is
required to improve our confidence and to arrive at the best possible flow sheet.

It is recommended to collect representative samples of all 3 types of ore (oxide, mixed enriched
oxide/sulphide ore and primary sulphide ore) and to then conduct a comprehensive analysis of
their properties.

Altynor further stated they did not receive the assays of these two samples prior to submission to
SGS for testing. Since they yielded very high grades in Au and Cu, they were not considered to be
representative of the entire vein system, but they decided to go ahead with the tests just the same.
17.0 Mineral Resource and Mineral Reserve Estimates
At this time, there exist no known mineral resources or reserves on the Alto Quemado property.
18.0 Interpretation and Conclusions
The Alto Quemado property is located within a prism, pull-apart structure, in the form of Reidel
shears located at the confluence of two important metallogenic structural systems: the CinchaLluta/Incapuquio (NW-SE) and Clavelinas-Iquipi (E-W) faults.
On the property there exist two types of mineralization: mesothermal, high grade Au-Cu veins, and
the expression of a near-surface, buried porphyry Cu-Mo+/-(Au) deposit.
The veins were first discovered about 10 years ago and have been exploited by artisanal (informal)
miners since that time. Both targets have not been drilled.
The veins exhibit signs of surface leaching; sub-surface grades in both Au and Cu increase
significantly when compared with the surficial assay results.
The Issuer has estimated a global, in-situ potential target resource of 327,376 tonnes containing
180,739 gold-equivalent ounces of Au in the Ximena and La Banda veins. The author suggests that
this is a reasonable conceptual target that could average from 10 g/t to 15 g/t Au and from 1.5% to 4%
Cu over an average thickness of 1 m. This would equate to a minimum of 300,000 tonnes at the average
grade cited above, or an in-situ potential of 200,000 gold-equivalent ounces. This estimated tonnage
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could likely be doubled to 600,000 tonnes, or an in-situ gold-equivalent potential resource of 400,000
ounces.

The porphyry target has a strong phyllic alteration halo over an area about 800 m E-W by 450 m NS. Chalcocite-derived hematite indicates secondary leaching of supergene mineralization, and
surficial rocks samples yield anomalous values in Cu between 250 ppm and 800 ppm. This area
coincides with a high chargeability IP and a magnetic low anomaly.
The host rock is a highly deformed intrusive, resembling and previously incorrectly described as a
metamorphic rock. The cataclastic and mylonitic textures are the result of dynamic metamorphism,
the cause of which is not yet fully understood. The government survey had previously assigned a
Proterozoic age to these rocks, but recent interpretations and new age dates from undeformed
intrusions south of the project area, indicated that these deformed rocks can be no younger than 136137 Ma.
19.0 Recommendations
Expand the geophysical surveys east and west of the Santa Maria porphyry zone, and conduct
geophysical surveys on the newly-acquired claims north of and adjacent to the claims that are the
subject of this report.
The monzodiorite dykes found west of the Santa Maria zone should be extensively sampled to test
their potential for gold mineralization.
A minimum 1,850 meter diamond drilling program should be done with 7 holes (850 m) testing
Ximena, La Banda and Fiorella vein systems and no fewer than 5 holes (1,000 m) testing portions of
the Santa Maria porphyry target area. Pending success in either of these areas, the drill program can
be expanded accordingly.
20.0 Budget (US$)
Direct drilling costs (1850 meters @ $200/meter)
Mobilization
Water transport for drilling
Road and site construction
Geology, mapping, sampling
Analyses
Camping and accommodations
Travel expenses
Metallurgical and petrographic studies
Vehicle service and fuel
Environmental studies, reclamation, etc.
Camp security
Mineral tenure acquisitions and maintenance
Office supplies and administration costs
Sub-total:

$370,000
$ 5,000
$ 12,000
$ 22,000
$ 40,000
$ 35,000
$ 22,000
$ 6,000
$ 18,000
$ 21,000
$ 25,000
$ 30,000
$ 76,000
$ 10,000
$ 693,000

Contingencies (10%)

$ 69,300

TOTAL:

$ 762,300
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21.0 References
Benes, V., Berezansky, A. Lopatina, S., Kozhevnikov, S., Polach, I. & Rusanov, N., 2008, Technical
Report Altynor Gold Corporation Alto Quemado and Achasiri Properties Peru.
Carlotto, V., Rodrguez, R., Acosta, H., Crdenas J., Jaillard, E., 2009, Alto estructural Totos-Paras
(Ayacucho): Lmite paleogeogrfico en la evolucin mesozoica de ls cuencas Pucar
(Trisico superior-Jursico) y Arequipa (Jursico-Cretcico). Volumen Especial No. 7, p 1-45.
Carlotto, V., Acosta, H., Mamani, M., Cerpa, L., Rodriguez R., Jaimes, F., Navarro, P., Cueva, E.,
Chacaltana, C., 2010, Los dominios geotectnicos del territorio peruano. XV Congreso
Peruano de Geologa, Resmenes extendidos. Soc. Geol. Peru. Pub. Esp. No. 9, p 47-50.
Chvez, W., 2010, Estudio microscpico de muestras de roca y mineral proyecto Alto Quemado.
Reporte preliminar interno-Mawson.
Ligarda, R., Giraldo, L., Castaeda, T., 2011, Proyecto Alto Quemado, Informe Tecnico, Mawson
Resources Ltd.
Mamani, M., Tassara, A., Wrner, G., 2008, Composition and structural control of crustal domains in
the central Andes. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems G3. An electronic Journal of the
earth sciences. Volume 9, Number 3. QO3006.
Mamani, M., Rivera, F., 2011, Sistema de fallas Iquip-Clavelinas: Zona e transicin cortical e
implicancias para el emplazamiento de depsitos minerales. Presentacin Power Point. VII
Congreso Internacional de Exploraciones Proexplo 2011.
McInnes, D., 2010, Geophysical report from Alto Quemado Project-Peru. Mawson Internal
report.
Osorio, E., Noe, J., 2003, Informe de Evaluacin Geolgica y Geoqumica Proyecto Alto
Quemado-Arequipa. Reporte interno preparado para B.I.S.A.
Pineault, R., Fernndez, G., 2004, Reporte de Procesamiento Geofsico Proyecto Alto Quemado
Departamento de Arequipa, Per. Preparado por Valdor Geofsica, para Ximesa S.R.L.
Rivera, F., Leon, J., Cano, O., Huaman, M., 2010, Controles de mineralizacin en el prfido de cobre
Zafranal, en el sur del Peru. XV Peruano de Geologa, Resmenes extendidos. Soc. Geol.
Peru., Pub. Esp. No. 9, p 611-614.
Schildgen, T., Ehlers, T., Whipp, D., Van Soest, M., Whipple, K. & Hodges, K., 2009, Journal of
Geophysical Research. Vol. 114, FO4014.
http://www.alsglobal.com
http://www.aqmcopper.com/s/Home.asp
http://www.goldminerpulse.com
http://www.mawsonresources.com/s/Home.asp
http://www.sgs.com//sitemap.htm

John Nebocat, P.Eng.


May 15, 2011
Gibsons, B.C. Canada

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APPENDIX I

Mawson Resources Analytical Database

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SampleID
AQ1
AQ2
AQ3
AQ4
AQ5
AQ6
AQ7
AQ8
AQ9
AQ10
AQ11
AQ12
AQ13
AQ14
AQ15
AQ16
AQ17
AQ18
AQ19
AQ20
AQ21
217801
217802
217803
217804
217805
217806
217807
217808
217809
217810
217811
217812
217813
217814
217815
217816
217817
217818
217819
217820
217821
217822
217823
217824
217825
217826
217827
217828
217829
217830
217831
217832
217833
217834
217835
217836
217837
217838
217839
217840
217841
217842
217843
217844
217845
217846
217847
217848
217849

Prospect
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
LAB
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
LAB
LAB
LAB
FIO
FIO
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
FIO
FIO
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM

Easting
Northing
SampleType
810,262.4 8,223,147.3 ROCKCHIP
810,262.4 8,223,147.3 ROCKCHIP
810,262.4 8,223,147.3 ROCKCHIP
810,262.4 8,223,147.3 ROCKCHIP
810,262.4 8,223,147.3 ROCKCHIP
810,262.4 8,223,147.3 ROCKCHIP
810,262.4 8,223,147.3 ROCKCHIP
810,466.4 8,223,050.3 ROCKCHIP
810,466.4 8,223,050.3 ROCKCHIP
810,466.4 8,223,050.3 ROCKCHIP
810,625.4 8,222,952.3 ROCKCHIP
810,625.4 8,222,952.3 ROCKCHIP
810,866.4 8,222,261.3 ROCKCHIP
811,232.4 8,223,370.3 ROCKCHIP
811,234.4 8,223,302.3 ROCKCHIP
811,387.4 8,223,386.3 ROCKCHIP
811,423.4 8,223,109.3 ROCKCHIP
811,397.4 8,223,013.3 ROCKCHIP
811,831.4 8,222,407.3 ROCKCHIP
811,831.4 8,222,407.3 ROCKCHIP
811,831.4 8,222,407.3 ROCKCHIP
810,899.5 8,222,852.9 ROCKCHIP
810,898.9 8,222,851.0 ROCKCHIP
810,605.8 8,222,976.7 ROCKCHIP
810,609.4 8,222,976.2 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,608.3 8,222,978.3 ROCKCHIP
810,610.0 8,222,978.0 ROCKCHIP
810,612.3 8,222,977.1 ROCKCHIP
810,615.7 8,222,975.8 ROCKCHIP
810,616.1 8,222,976.2 ROCKCHIP
810,616.1 8,222,980.3 ROCKCHIP
810,625.0 8,223,001.0 ROCKCHIP
810,453.2 8,223,056.5 ROCKCHIP
810,452.5 8,223,054.6 ROCKCHIP
810,453.5 8,223,054.6 ROCKCHIP
810,455.8 8,223,054.1 ROCKCHIP
810,457.6 8,223,052.0 ROCKCHIP
810,457.0 8,223,051.7 ROCKCHIP
810,466.5 8,223,044.9 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,466.0 8,223,044.2 ROCKCHIP
810,300.0 8,223,236.0 ROCKCHIP
810,299.0 8,223,236.0 ROCKCHIP
810,190.0 8,223,148.0 ROCKCHIP
810,190.0 8,223,148.5 ROCKCHIP
810,134.4 8,223,224.7 ROCKCHIP
810,136.4 8,223,224.6 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,134.9 8,223,226.0 ROCKCHIP
810,147.5 8,223,202.0 ROCKCHIP
810,148.5 8,223,202.0 ROCKCHIP
810,149.0 8,223,202.5 ROCKCHIP
810,088.0 8,223,244.0 ROCKCHIP
810,169.0 8,223,457.0 ROCKCHIP
810,169.5 8,223,457.5 ROCKCHIP
810,170.0 8,222,458.0 ROCKCHIP
810,155.0 8,223,467.0 ROCKCHIP
810,155.0 8,223,469.5 ROCKCHIP
810,155.5 8,223,469.0 ROCKCHIP
810,257.0 8,223,366.0 ROCKCHIP
810,256.5 8,223,366.0 ROCKCHIP
810,188.0 8,223,352.0 ROCKCHIP
810,188.0 8,223,351.5 ROCKCHIP
809,933.5 8,223,322.5 ROCKCHIP
809,933.0 8,223,322.0 ROCKCHIP
809,934.0 8,223,320.5 ROCKCHIP
QC
809,935.5 8,223,319.0 ROCKCHIP
809,899.5 8,223,377.0 ROCKCHIP

SampleSubTypeSampleWeight_Kg
MeshSize
Au_ppm_mapinfo Ag_ppm Al_%
OUTCROP
0.80
0.060
-1.00
OUTCROP
0.74
0.060
-1.00
OUTCROP
1.75
0.240
1.00
OUTCROP
1.05
0.070
-1.00
ADIT
2.56
0.930
10.00
ADIT
1.19
695.000
32.00
ADIT
3.90
57.300
8.00
ADIT
2.46
33.100
28.00
ADIT
4.05
11.850
16.00
ADIT
1.94
6.110
12.00
OUTCROP
2.85
0.540
2.00
OUTCROP
0.40
0.410
4.00
OUTCROP
1.49
3.430
5.00
OUTCROP
1.76
0.010
1.00
OUTCROP
1.17
0.010
-1.00
OUTCROP
1.07
0.020
-1.00
OUTCROP
0.83
1.440
5.00
OUTCROP
0.35
-0.010
-1.00
ADIT
2.73
1.620
5.00
ADIT
4.44
23.900
9.00
ADIT
3.77
38.700
13.00
CHANNEL
2.03
1.10
0.757
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.61
1.20
0.146
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.98
0.80
0.063
0.30
CHANNEL
2.60
0.90
0.418
0.90
1.02
-0.005
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.87
1.30
0.978
0.60
CHANNEL
2.44
0.90
0.077
0.30
CHANNEL
1.89
0.90
0.263
2.50
CHANNEL
1.84
0.50
0.565
2.50
CHANNEL
2.61
1.00
0.295
1.20
CHANNEL
2.55
1.20
0.008
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.79
0.80
0.031
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.20
0.80
0.085
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.14
1.00
0.162
0.90
CHANNEL
2.20
0.40
4.540
1.10
CHANNEL
2.64
0.65
0.143
0.80
CHANNEL
2.01
0.60
2.320
0.70
CHANNEL
2.51
1.00
0.071
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.31
1.20
0.633
1.30
0.06
2.920
4.80
CHANNEL
2.49
0.40
0.484
0.20
CHANNEL
2.96
0.80
0.337
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.86
0.60
0.211
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.41
0.50
0.041
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.35
0.50
1.095
0.30
CHANNEL
2.76
0.75
0.032
0.70
CHANNEL
1.76
0.65
0.124
0.90
0.92
-0.005
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.66
0.60
0.079
1.70
CHANNEL
2.15
0.65
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.46
1.05
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.75
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.61
1.10
0.060
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.76
0.50
0.360
1.60
CHANNEL
2.85
0.50
2.870
0.40
CHANNEL
3.46
0.40
0.290
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.48
0.65
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.12
0.50
-0.050
0.60
CHANNEL
2.72
0.50
0.070
0.20
CHANNEL
2.62
0.30
2.470
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.33
0.55
0.180
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.05
0.40
-0.050
0.30
CHANNEL
2.88
0.45
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.13
0.40
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.56
0.25
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.96
0.85
-0.050
-0.20
0.06
0.440
0.80
CHANNEL
2.96
1.10
0.070
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.81
1.10
0.110
-0.20

3.69
5.21
5.01
5.59
0.1
0.33
1.58
0.1
0.45
0.89
3.18
1.67
0.64
3.8
3.5
6.44
1.35
4.9
1.29
2.53
1.45
0.2
1.9
1.8
0.2
0.31
0.3
0.6
0.2
1.1
4.2
3.4
1.8
1.0
1.0
0.3
0.6
1.5
1.5
0.4
1.17
1.7
0.6
1.7
2.8
2.5
0.2
0.4
0.36
0.8
1.7
0.4
2.5
0.6
3.6
2.9
3.2
1.2
0.6
4.9
0.9
1.8
0.5
1.1
2.0
1.0
0.6
1.91
0.6
0.8

As_ppm B_ppm
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
4
5
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
5
5
9
5
87
6
26
7
9
2
3
-2
6
-2
9
2
4
-2
3
4
8
5
3
14
2
19
6
46
2
-2
5
3
13
3
2

Ba_ppm Be_ppm Bi_ppm


Ca_%
150
-10
-20
70
-10
-20
110
-10
-20
220
-10
-20
-50
-10
-20
-50
-10
-20
100
-10
20
-50
-10
-20
-50
-10
-20
110
-10
20
240
-10
-20
120
-10
-20
170
-10
-20
640
-10
-20
1530
-10
-20
420
-10
-20
180
-10
-20
470
-10
-20
610
-10
-20
70
-10
30
-50
-10
60
-10
60
-0.5
63
-10
40
-0.5
2
-10
80
-0.5
-2
-10
2020
-0.5
3
-10
60
-0.5
-2
-10
260
-0.5
2
-10
110
-0.5
-2
-10
70
-0.5
2
-10
140
-0.5
3
-10
60
-0.5
2
-10
50
-0.5
-2
-10
100
-0.5
39
-10
40
-0.5
2
-10
50
-0.5
8
-10
20
-0.5
12
-10
10
-0.5
12
-10
30
-0.5
3
-10
30
-0.5
-2
-10
130
-0.5
15
-10
20
-0.5
16
-10
40
-0.5
2
-10
100
-0.5
8
-10
70
-0.5
3
-10
60
0.6
-2
-10
60
-0.5
2
-10
60
-0.5
7
-10
120
-0.5
7
-10
70
-0.5
-2
-10
120
-0.5
12
-10
150
-0.5
-2
-10
230
-0.5
7
-10
150
-0.5
-2
-10
90
-0.5
9
-10
30
-0.5
13
-10
50
0.7
16
-10
30
0.6
2
-10
250
-0.5
2
10
70
0.5
10
10
70
-0.5
4
-10
170
1.1
11
-10
330
0.7
2
-10
210
1.1
10
-10
40
-0.5
-2
-10
90
-0.5
2
-10
160
0.5
17
-10
160
-0.5
5
10
160
0.5
3
-10
50
-0.5
2
-10
100
-0.5
6

0.27
0.33
0.15
0.25
-0.05
-0.05
0.21
0.18
-0.05
-0.05
0.13
0.11
-0.05
0.1
0.05
0.5
-0.05
3.96
-0.05
0.54
0.99
0.03
0.08
0.12
0.03
0.09
0.03
0.10
0.03
0.13
0.22
0.60
0.09
0.11
0.11
0.04
0.05
0.07
0.14
0.04
1.28
0.16
0.06
0.11
0.85
0.41
0.04
0.06
0.1
0.06
0.37
0.11
0.20
0.10
0.52
0.36
0.72
0.26
0.08
0.32
0.19
0.27
0.08
0.19
0.17
0.10
0.07
1.4
0.06
0.11

Cd_ppm Co_ppm Cr_ppm


Cu_ppm Fe_%
Ga_ppm
-10
80
10
7,010
2.69
-50
-10
80
360
9,310
6.05
-50
-10
20
90
4,030
6.66
-50
-10
50
-10
5,910
5.15
-50
-10
-10
-10
110
19.35
-50
-10
-10
10
1,150
19.2
-50
-10
80
20
11,700
16.8
-50
-10
10
-10
181,000
28.9
-50
-10
20
-10
204,000
14.95
-50
-10
70
-10
85,500
15.25
-50
-10
20
40
1,750
6.46
-50
-10
10
20
1,260
7.17
-50
-10
30
10
2,940
6.93
-50
-10
-10
30
420
3.76
-50
-10
-10
20
200
3.03
-50
-10
10
-10
600
5.78
-50
-10
-10
-10
40
0.75
-50
-10
10
30
100
4.24
-50
-10
30
-10
30,700
10.2
-50
-10
70
-10
51,900
9.9
-50
-10
70
-10
79,300
11.95
-50
-0.5
5
5
228
6.11
-10
-0.5
8
1
197
2.57
-10
-0.5
10
13
1,415
5.13
10
-0.5
9
4
314
2.18
-10
-0.5
2
1
7
0.68
-10
-0.5
17
5
468
2.52
-10
-0.5
6
23
892
5.90
10
-0.5
7
6
1,095
6.58
-10
-0.5
5
-1
1,335
6.32
10
-0.5
14
53
1,740
10.15
10
-0.5
19
64
1,010
9.58
20
-0.5
3
2
310
6.44
10
-0.5
8
4
963
2.92
-10
-0.5
22
1
1,530
4.62
10
-0.5
10
2
1,885
8.01
-10
-0.5
6
-1
3,030
6.76
-10
-0.5
22
-1
4,170
7.24
-10
-0.5
13
49
2,060
3.20
10
-0.5
24
6
2,570
5.91
10
-0.5
13
7
15,300
7.52
10
-0.5
5
4
2,570
3.63
10
-0.5
1
28
558
5.72
10
-0.5
5
58
792
3.98
10
-0.5
20
417
811
4.36
10
-0.5
39
63
2,230
5.26
10
-0.5
4
27
28
3.89
-10
-0.5
19
9
158
9.72
-10
-0.5
2
2
6
0.8
-10
-0.5
19
5
177
16.50
10
-0.5
4
3
36
2.67
-10
-0.5
4
-1
87
12.35
10
-0.5
4
2
337
9.87
10
-0.5
-1
153
210
20.90
10
-0.5
6
233
1,050
10.70
20
-0.5
13
82
1,890
9.41
10
-0.5
11
89
869
5.84
10
-0.5
1
59
175
6.06
10
-0.5
6
790
1,190
33.70
10
-0.5
8
643
1,170
7.49
10
-0.5
21
27
427
26.50
10
-0.5
14
10
489
15.30
10
-0.5
3
5
199
12.95
10
-0.5
1
6
81
2.45
-10
-0.5
9
7
27
3.00
10
-0.5
7
19
122
33.20
20
-0.5
2
-1
66
13.50
10
-0.5
12
42
3,450
4.71
10
-0.5
1
1
93
7.07
10
-0.5
15
42
19
9.40
10

SampleID Hg_ppm K_%


AQ1
AQ2
AQ3
AQ4
AQ5
AQ6
AQ7
AQ8
AQ9
AQ10
AQ11
AQ12
AQ13
AQ14
AQ15
AQ16
AQ17
AQ18
AQ19
AQ20
AQ21
217801
-1
217802
-1
217803
-1
217804
-1
217805
-1
217806
-1
217807
-1
217808
-1
217809
-1
217810
-1
217811
-1
217812
-1
217813
-1
217814
-1
217815
-1
217816
-1
217817
-1
217818
-1
217819
-1
217820
-1
217821
-1
217822
-1
217823
-1
217824
-1
217825
-1
217826
-1
217827
-1
217828
-1
217829
-1
217830
-1
217831
-1
217832
-1
217833
-1
217834
-1
217835
-1
217836
-1
217837
-1
217838
1
217839
-1
217840
1
217841
-1
217842
-1
217843
-1
217844
-1
217845
1
217846
-1
217847
1
217848
-1
217849
-1

La_ppm
0.5
0.1
0.5
1.5
-0.1
0.1
0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
0.8
0.4
0.3
1.4
2.2
1.5
0.8
1.1
0.2
0.4
0.2
0.05
0.11
0.12
0.06
0.12
0.08
0.19
0.08
0.34
0.22
0.06
0.11
0.08
0.05
0.04
0.03
0.05
0.06
0.04
0.14
0.10
0.18
0.09
0.12
0.09
0.07
0.11
0.14
0.18
0.10
0.33
0.30
0.08
0.07
0.14
0.09
0.26
0.09
0.11
0.45
0.28
0.23
0.04
0.09
0.38
0.21
0.56
0.12
0.11

Mg_%
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-10
20
20
-10
10
-10
10
-10
10
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
20
20
-10
10
10
10
10
10
10
-10
10
10
20
10
10
20
10
10
40
20
50
30
10
20
10
20
-10
10

0.69
2.35
1.52
1.61
-0.05
-0.05
0.21
-0.05
0.17
0.08
0.78
0.29
-0.05
0.21
0.23
0.6
0.08
0.77
0.26
0.5
0.29
0.05
0.12
0.85
0.04
0.11
0.04
0.10
0.04
0.38
2.48
2.45
0.88
0.39
0.38
0.06
0.22
0.55
0.62
0.05
1.05
0.36
0.07
0.13
2.64
1.58
0.02
0.04
0.11
0.05
0.28
0.03
0.45
0.06
1.50
1.48
2.04
0.47
0.10
2.38
0.13
0.54
0.04
0.30
0.51
0.05
0.03
1.32
0.04
0.09

Mn_ppm Mo_ppm Na_%


Ni_ppm
P_ppm
Pb_ppm S_%
1010
-10
4.16
10
580
-20
1340
-10
1.66
70
690
-20
770
-10
1.26
10
350
-20
660
10
2.16
10
410
-20
70
-10
-0.05
-10
50
-20
60
-10
0.14
-10
1230
-20
940
-10
0.08
-10
1090
-20
70
-10
-0.05
-10
-50
-20
140
-10
-0.05
-10
-50
-20
80
-10
-0.05
30
-50
-20
830
-10
0.38
-10
480
-20
420
-10
-0.05
-10
570
-20
100
10
-0.05
-10
120
-20
90
20
1.44
-10
190
-20
90
10
0.56
-10
180
-20
250
40
2.33
-10
500
-20
80
-10
0.4
-10
-50
-20
740
-10
2.43
-10
630
-20
110
60
-0.05
-10
420
-20
140
10
0.65
-10
170
-20
110
20
0.37
-10
110
-20
52
8
0.01
4
150
7
26
1
0.02
2
430
-2
426
1
0.01
13
240
3
451
1
-0.01
3
130
2
283
-1
0.17
2
80
4
796
2
-0.01
5
210
-2
262
3
-0.01
5
450
2
460
4
-0.01
5
520
2
490
2
0.01
3
460
2
858
-1
0.01
35
1030
3
669
-1
0.03
46
2060
4
164
4
0.06
1
500
-2
191
1
-0.01
9
180
-2
301
2
-0.01
8
300
-2
121
4
-0.01
5
600
4
111
6
0.01
5
430
4
560
2
-0.01
10
340
-2
328
1
0.03
13
140
-2
672
5
0.03
5
520
2
328
3
0.06
17
740
23
119
1
0.12
12
230
-2
33
4
0.06
2
190
9
87
1
0.02
2
340
4
735
-1
0.04
130
1550
2
627
-1
0.05
36
850
4
34
4
0.09
2
260
13
53
35
0.13
6
990
12
309
-1
0.19
1
80
2
10
11
0.12
3
1390
31
77
-1
0.06
2
440
3
38
5
0.16
-1
680
11
77
2
0.06
1
630
8
13
27
0.06
3
360
27
269
5
0.03
26
970
589
275
4
0.03
34
1320
95
448
1
0.04
54
1140
6
74
1
0.22
8
650
25
19
33
0.11
30
1740
184
348
2
0.08
133
690
23
65
15
0.44
23
4230
22
194
3
0.09
13
1450
7
34
10
0.12
2
1350
51
56
-1
0.03
4
410
2
80
2
0.04
4
390
2
-5
23
0.43
4
2100
20
14
3
0.07
2
320
5
386
204
0.16
18
990
12
15
3
0.04
2
160
-2
43
4
0.12
6
740
4

-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
0.1
0.7
0.1
25.9
11.8
12.6
0.1
0.1
0.3
-0.1
-0.1
-0.1
0.1
-0.1
1.9
7.7
10.1
0.06
0.04
0.01
0.11
0.01
0.05
0.09
0.16
0.33
0.02
0.01
0.21
0.02
0.03
0.04
0.04
0.02
0.01
0.03
1.54
0.03
0.24
0.07
0.01
0.01
0.37
0.66
0.02
0.50
0.21
1.11
0.25
0.16
0.12
0.09
0.01
1.01
0.53
0.13
1.86
0.49
0.66
0.03
0.09
1.75
0.39
0.48
0.05
0.47

Sb_ppm Sc_ppm
Sr_ppm
Th_ppm Ti_%
-50
10
90
-50
-50
20
50
-50
-50
10
50
-50
-50
10
70
-50
-50
-10
10
-50
-50
-10
40
-50
-50
-10
40
-50
-50
-10
-10
-50
-50
-10
10
-50
-50
-10
10
-50
-50
10
30
-50
-50
10
30
-50
-50
-10
10
-50
-50
-10
80
-50
-50
-10
50
-50
-50
10
130
-50
-50
-10
10
-50
-50
10
390
-50
-50
-10
60
-50
-50
-10
20
-50
-50
-10
20
-50
-2
1
8
-20
-2
4
197
-20
-2
3
18
-20
-2
1
48
-20
-2
1
11
-20
-2
1
8
-20
-2
3
20
-20
-2
1
9
-20
-2
2
21
-20
-2
9
11
-20
-2
11
25
-20
-2
8
38
-20
-2
2
8
-20
-2
2
9
-20
-2
1
4
-20
-2
1
8
-20
-2
3
8
-20
-2
2
14
-20
2
2
7
-20
-2
5
67
-20
-2
5
17
-20
-2
3
34
-20
-2
7
66
20
-2
8
29
-20
-2
5
39
-20
-2
1
29
-20
-2
5
105
-20
-2
1
13
-20
-2
9
111
-20
-2
9
90
-20
-2
3
71
-20
3
11
130
-20
-2
5
52
-20
-2
20
180
-20
-2
11
118
-20
-2
11
57
-20
-2
8
256
-20
-2
7
120
-20
-2
21
148
-20
-2
12
359
-20
-2
12
188
-20
-2
8
205
-20
-2
12
49
-20
-2
7
88
-20
-2
19
177
-20
-2
4
32
-20
-2
6
86
-20
-2
3
14
-20
-2
5
106
-20

Tl_ppm
0.29
0.2
0.16
0.29
-0.05
-0.05
-0.05
-0.05
-0.05
-0.05
0.18
0.17
-0.05
0.1
0.08
0.19
-0.05
0.29
0.06
0.06
-0.05
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.03
-0.01
0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.14
0.12
0.01
0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.08
-0.01
0.01
0.03
0.17
0.03
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.02
0.14
0.05
0.10
0.04
0.17
0.12
0.15
0.14
0.06
0.29
0.03
0.06
0.03
0.13
0.05
0.03
0.03
0.2
0.01
0.06

U_ppm
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

V_ppm
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

W_ppm
120
90
100
140
100
60
50
-10
10
30
70
70
60
90
40
90
10
110
50
40
40
19
34
35
11
6
10
32
32
38
113
158
61
22
35
27
25
36
24
34
95
45
44
83
68
52
23
48
6
84
83
55
164
159
196
133
131
72
287
168
196
196
49
35
63
239
59
106
89
92

Zn_ppm
-50
-50
-50
-50
80
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-50
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

Au_ppm Au_ppm_Grav Cu_AA46


40
0.060
70
0.060
40
0.240
40
0.070
-20
0.930
-20 >100
695.000
40
57.300
20
33.100
18.1
600
11.850
20.4
-20
6.110
20
0.540
-20
0.410
-20
3.430
-20
0.010
-20
0.010
30
0.020
-20
1.440
20
-0.010
-20
1.620
-20
23.900
-20
38.700
3
0.757
-2
0.146
25
0.063
3
0.418
23
-0.005
5
0.978
5
0.077
6
0.263
11
0.565
97
0.295
33
0.008
13
0.031
9
0.085
10
0.162
3
4.540
6
0.143
21
2.320
13
0.071
2
0.633
98
2.920
1.530
10
0.484
2
0.337
5
0.211
45
0.041
46
1.095
4
0.032
28
0.124
23
-0.005
45
0.079
12
-0.050
5
-0.050
36
-0.050
16
0.060
98
0.360
139
2.870
193
0.290
21
-0.050
84
-0.050
81
0.070
15
2.470
30
0.180
24
-0.050
9
-0.050
17
-0.050
18
-0.050
5
-0.050
61
0.440
9
0.070
15
0.110

SampleID
217850
217851
217852
217853
217854
217855
217856
217857
217858
217859
217860
217861
217862
217863
217864
217865
217866
217867
217868
217869
217870
217871
217872
217873
217874
217875
217876
217877
217878
217879
217880
217881
217882
217883
217884
217885
217886
217887
217888
217889
217890
217891
217892
217893
217894
217895
217896
217897
217898
217899
217900
217911
217912
217913
217914
217915
217916
217917
217918
217919
217920
217921
217922
217923
217924
217925
217926
217927
217928
217929

Prospect
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
FIO
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU

Easting
Northing
SampleType
809,899.0 8,223,376.0 ROCKCHIP
809,899.0 8,223,375.5 ROCKCHIP
809,899.0 8,223,375.0 ROCKCHIP
809,899.5 8,223,373.0 ROCKCHIP
809,899.5 8,223,372.6 ROCKCHIP
809,899.5 8,223,372.0 ROCKCHIP
810,580.0 8,223,137.5 ROCKCHIP
810,252.0 8,223,143.5 ROCKCHIP
810,252.5 8,223,144.0 ROCKCHIP
810,253.0 8,223,144.5 ROCKCHIP
810,025.0 8,223,260.0 ROCKCHIP
810,026.0 8,223,261.0 ROCKCHIP
810,047.0 8,223,694.5 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,048.0 8,223,695.0 ROCKCHIP
810,039.0 8,223,693.5 ROCKCHIP
810,039.0 8,223,693.0 ROCKCHIP
810,037.0 8,223,692.0 ROCKCHIP
810,036.5 8,223,691.0 ROCKCHIP
810,036.5 8,223,689.0 ROCKCHIP
810,036.5 8,223,688.5 ROCKCHIP
809,867.0 8,223,367.5 ROCKCHIP
809,868.0 8,223,368.0 ROCKCHIP
809,869.0 8,223,368.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
809,871.0 8,223,367.0 ROCKCHIP
809,872.0 8,223,370.0 ROCKCHIP
811,498.0 8,222,472.0 ROCKCHIP
811,498.0 8,222,471.0 ROCKCHIP
811,498.0 8,222,470.3 ROCKCHIP
811,493.0 8,222,469.0 ROCKCHIP
811,493.0 8,222,468.0 ROCKCHIP
811,492.7 8,222,467.0 ROCKCHIP
811,427.0 8,222,481.5 ROCKCHIP
811,427.0 8,222,482.5 ROCKCHIP
811,426.5 8,222,484.0 ROCKCHIP
811,358.0 8,222,507.0 ROCKCHIP
811,359.0 8,222,508.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,359.0 8,222,509.3 ROCKCHIP
811,887.0 8,222,402.5 ROCKCHIP
811,888.0 8,222,401.5 ROCKCHIP
811,886.0 8,222,401.3 ROCKCHIP
811,884.0 8,222,402.0 ROCKCHIP
811,884.0 8,222,401.0 ROCKCHIP
811,884.0 8,222,400.5 ROCKCHIP
811,882.0 8,222,399.5 ROCKCHIP
811,882.0 8,222,398.5 ROCKCHIP
811,881.0 8,222,397.7 ROCKCHIP
811,880.0 8,222,497.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
812,058.0 8,223,657.0 ROCKCHIP
812,110.0 8,223,728.0 ROCKCHIP
810,754.0 8,223,587.0 ROCKCHIP
810,680.0 8,223,667.0 ROCKCHIP
810,524.0 8,223,667.0 ROCKCHIP
810,604.0 8,222,089.0 ROCKCHIP
811,255.0 8,222,651.3 ROCKCHIP
811,254.1 8,222,650.6 ROCKCHIP
811,268.5 8,222,640.1 ROCKCHIP
811,269.8 8,222,645.2 ROCKCHIP
811,268.1 8,222,643.3 ROCKCHIP
811,270.8 8,222,642.6 ROCKCHIP
811,270.4 8,222,643.4 ROCKCHIP
811,270.6 8,222,644.2 ROCKCHIP
811,271.0 8,222,645.0 ROCKCHIP
811,270.4 8,222,645.7 ROCKCHIP
811,279.1 8,222,644.9 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,248.8 8,222,642.7 ROCKCHIP

SampleSubTypeSampleWeight_Kg
MeshSize
Au_ppm_mapinfo Ag_ppm Al_%
CHANNEL
2.50
0.30
0.130
0.20
CHANNEL
2.23
0.70
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
4.38
0.80
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.88
0.35
0.110
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.49
0.45
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.99
1.15
0.060
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.07
0.80
0.130
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.85
0.40
-0.050
0.40
CHANNEL
2.00
0.35
0.330
0.80
CHANNEL
2.41
0.40
0.290
0.20
CHANNEL
2.86
1.00
0.160
0.40
CHANNEL
2.41
0.70
0.270
0.40
CHANNEL
2.85
0.70
-0.050
-0.20
1.18
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.27
0.90
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.01
0.90
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.43
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.31
1.00
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.94
1.50
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.69
0.60
0.160
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.03
0.65
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.42
0.70
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.79
0.70
0.160
1.10
CHANNEL
2.39
0.75
0.070
-0.20
1.31
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.76
0.85
0.130
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.58
1.20
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.47
0.70
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.58
0.90
0.070
0.40
CHANNEL
2.58
0.55
-0.050
0.30
CHANNEL
3.82
1.00
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.81
0.70
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.65
0.75
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.97
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
4.55
0.90
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
5.13
1.90
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.43
0.90
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.55
0.90
-0.050
-0.20
0.07
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.90
1.65
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.59
0.80
2.450
0.30
CHANNEL
4.14
0.50
5.780
2.90
CHANNEL
3.32
0.60
2.260
2.20
CHANNEL
3.24
1.35
-0.050
0.90
CHANNEL
3.38
0.55
2.790
1.90
CHANNEL
3.12
0.25
11.000
8.80
CHANNEL
2.69
1.35
0.570
0.20
CHANNEL
5.29
1.70
-0.050
0.20
CHANNEL
3.39
1.10
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.57
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
0.06
-0.050
-0.20
FLOAT
2.18
-0.005
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.56
0.30
-0.005
-0.20
FLOAT
1.90
-0.005
-0.20
CHIPS
1.47
2.00
-0.005
-0.20
FLOAT
1.79
-0.005
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.65
1.20
0.005
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.39
1.30
0.015
0.30
CHANNEL
1.26
1.50
0.027
2.00
CHANNEL
1.18
0.40
0.026
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.82
1.05
0.013
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.34
0.60
0.025
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.40
0.90
0.013
-0.20
CHANNEL
0.95
0.45
0.056
0.30
CHANNEL
1.08
0.75
0.090
0.20
CHANNEL
2.15
1.00
0.010
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.85
1.50
0.009
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.12
0.90
0.009
-0.20
0.06
0.346
1.00
CHANNEL
1.84
1.40
0.032
-0.20

As_ppm
0.5
0.4
0.6
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.3
1.3
2.4
3.4
1.0
0.6
1.0
0.36
1.7
1.0
2.1
1.6
0.7
1.6
5.3
4.0
2.7
2.2
0.41
1.7
2.0
1.9
1.9
0.6
0.6
1.0
0.7
2.0
1.3
0.7
1.7
1.2
0.02
1.1
2.4
1.3
0.8
1.0
0.6
0.6
2.3
2.5
2.7
2.6
0.03
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.6
0.0
1.0
0.3
0.3
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.7
1.4
1.96
0.5

B_ppm
14
2
2
6
3
4
-2
7
17
8
12
14
-2
3
3
2
2
2
3
4
4
4
2
2
2
4
4
-2
6
28
2
2
-2
-2
4
-2
3
-2
2
-2
6
19
31
20
13
23
6
3
4
9
-2
-2
-2
5
-2
7
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
12
-2

-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

Ba_ppm Be_ppm Bi_ppm


130
-0.5
150
-0.5
170
-0.5
110
-0.5
80
-0.5
60
-0.5
110
-0.5
80
-0.5
40
-0.5
50
-0.5
110
-0.5
140
-0.5
50
-0.5
70
-0.5
70
-0.5
20
-0.5
30
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
130
-0.5
100
-0.5
90
-0.5
70
-0.5
170
-0.5
100
-0.5
60
-0.5
50
-0.5
60
-0.5
30
-0.5
30
-0.5
20
-0.5
50
-0.5
30
-0.5
20
-0.5
50
-0.5
40
-0.5
10
-0.5
50
-0.5
20
-0.5
30
-0.5
40
-0.5
40
-0.5
60
-0.5
230
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
10
-0.5
10
-0.5
20
-0.5
-10
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
90
-0.5
30
-0.5
70
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
20
-0.5
10
-0.5
20
-0.5
50
-0.5
40
-0.5
20
-0.5
40
-0.5
160
0.5
20
-0.5

Ca_%
40
5
3
19
2
8
3
2
12
8
30
17
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
10
7
-2
33
4
2
3
8
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
5
48
4
6
10
10
21
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
-2
4
25
7
10
7
8
9
23
3
3
-2
3
11

0.08
0.06
0.06
0.11
0.06
0.05
0.02
0.09
0.19
0.25
0.11
0.18
0.32
0.11
0.42
0.23
0.19
0.33
0.20
0.96
3.08
0.46
0.25
0.25
0.12
0.19
0.19
0.17
0.10
0.04
0.01
0.07
0.08
0.20
0.06
0.02
0.14
0.06
-0.01
0.06
0.13
0.06
0.05
0.07
0.04
0.03
0.04
0.10
0.12
0.07
-0.01
0.01
0.02
0.02
0.21
0.02
0.27
0.06
0.16
0.04
0.04
0.05
0.02
0.04
0.12
0.19
0.06
0.13
1.37
0.06

Cd_ppm Co_ppm Cr_ppm


Cu_ppm Fe_%
Ga_ppm
-0.5
66
12
70
24.10
10
-0.5
23
8
20
6.28
10
-0.5
10
21
30
7.12
10
-0.5
13
78
49
26.60
30
-0.5
19
12
22
6.49
-10
-0.5
12
10
12
6.75
-10
-0.5
1
4
8
5.02
-10
-0.5
38
26
2,180
4.34
10
-0.5
16
78
7,560
7.80
10
-0.5
57
210
6,430
7.89
10
-0.5
39
36
96
17.40
10
-0.5
25
42
144
32.40
10
-0.5
5
3
9
2.16
-10
-0.5
2
2
5
0.85
-10
-0.5
9
4
7
2.59
10
-0.5
5
4
1
1.74
-10
-0.5
11
64
2
3.06
10
-0.5
4
16
2
2.44
10
-0.5
2
3
1
1.35
-10
-0.5
2
2
1
2.49
10
-0.5
13
42
-1
6.52
20
-0.5
8
3
185
5.34
10
-0.5
-1
26
323
8.23
10
-0.5
1
17
514
9.76
10
-0.5
2
2
6
0.86
-10
-0.5
2
23
336
14.55
10
-0.5
2
2
35
4.42
10
-0.5
10
-1
1,880
3.21
-10
-0.5
43
-1
1,020
4.23
10
-0.5
199
-1
1,520
5.26
10
-0.5
9
10
199
1.57
-10
-0.5
6
2
239
1.84
-10
-0.5
4
3
176
1.31
-10
-0.5
8
-1
21
3.71
10
-0.5
8
4
164
2.81
-10
-0.5
4
8
52
1.77
-10
-0.5
12
-1
21
3.59
-10
-0.5
5
7
11
2.57
-10
-0.5
1
23
8
0.58
-10
-0.5
6
4
21
3.14
-10
-0.5
24
-1
5,650
6.81
10
-0.5
9
-1
11,950
10.95
10
-0.5
40
-1
39,300
7.64
-10
-0.5
57
-1
11,300
4.93
-10
-0.5
35
-1
14,100
5.27
-10
-0.5
90
-1
33,100
12.00
-10
-0.5
88
-1
15,450
5.67
10
-0.5
20
53
926
4.85
10
-0.5
17
32
988
4.91
10
-0.5
27
95
675
5.51
10
-0.5
2
25
17
0.6
-10
-0.5
2
9
7
0.93
-10
-0.5
2
10
7
0.78
-10
-0.5
9
9
61
3.78
-10
-0.5
12
-1
35
17.70
20
-0.5
4
10
39
3.50
-10
-0.5
16
16
32
3.48
-10
-0.5
9
1
35
3.84
-10
-0.5
7
-1
141
12.85
-10
-0.5
1
-1
394
8.94
-10
-0.5
2
-1
118
4.70
-10
-0.5
2
1
56
3.11
-10
-0.5
2
1
81
3.79
-10
-0.5
14
2
67
3.00
-10
-0.5
5
1
43
5.83
-10
-0.5
2
1
50
2.59
-10
-0.5
3
1
49
1.76
-10
-0.5
10
-1
43
3.80
-10
-0.5
13
42
3,500
4.76
10
-0.5
17
-1
22
4.33
-10

SampleID Hg_ppm K_%


La_ppm
Mg_%
Mn_ppm Mo_ppm Na_%
Ni_ppm
217850
1
0.27
30
0.04
32
10
0.47
217851
-1
0.16
10
0.02
27
2
0.13
217852
-1
0.10
10
0.03
26
2
0.06
217853
1
0.12
10
0.05
17
6
0.15
217854
-1
0.12
10
0.03
34
1
0.07
217855
-1
0.11
10
0.03
31
2
0.06
217856
-1
0.21
-10
0.02
28
13
0.01
217857
-1
0.01
-10
0.89
250
1
0.01
217858
-1
0.01
20
1.09
337
1
0.02
217859
1
0.01
10
2.43
445
1
0.03
217860
-1
0.13
10
0.11
37
12
0.22
217861
-1
0.20
30
0.11
52
20
0.36
217862
-1
0.10
50
0.74
255
-1
0.05
217863
-1
0.16
10
0.11
328
-1
0.17
217864
-1
0.08
50
1.22
764
1
0.04
217865
-1
0.04
70
0.81
260
-1
0.06
217866
-1
0.05
10
2.14
430
-1
0.03
217867
-1
0.06
40
1.43
315
-1
0.03
217868
-1
0.02
50
0.55
184
-1
0.06
217869
-1
0.05
40
1.17
297
1
0.05
217870
-1
0.06
10
5.90
865
1
0.01
217871
-1
0.27
-10
1.67
389
2
0.01
217872
1
0.20
-10
1.57
237
7
-0.01
217873
-1
0.15
-10
1.24
258
3
0.01
217874
-1
0.15
10
0.13
332
-1
0.16
217875
1
0.26
10
0.67
102
34
0.04
217876
-1
0.16
10
1.29
232
5
0.05
217877
-1
0.15
-10
0.84
223
1
0.01
217878
-1
0.10
-10
0.96
305
3
-0.01
217879
-1
0.03
-10
0.27
528
8
-0.01
217880
-1
0.03
-10
0.28
88
1
-0.01
217881
-1
0.11
-10
0.29
170
-1
0.01
217882
-1
0.04
-10
0.29
114
-1
0.01
217883
-1
0.06
10
1.13
326
1
0.01
217884
-1
0.10
-10
0.76
217
1
-0.01
217885
-1
0.07
-10
0.35
133
1
-0.01
217886
-1
0.30
10
0.63
316
1
0.01
217887
-1
0.19
-10
0.53
252
-1
-0.01
217888
-1
-0.01
-10
-0.01
77
5
-0.01
217889
-1
0.13
-10
0.45
248
1
-0.01
217890
-1
0.09
-10
1.31
389
4
0.02
217891
-1
0.09
-10
0.68
165
45
0.07
217892
1
0.01
-10
0.48
172
17
-0.01
217893
-1
0.02
-10
0.51
364
8
-0.01
217894
1
0.01
-10
0.31
110
11
-0.01
217895
1
0.01
-10
0.35
206
33
-0.01
217896
-1
0.03
-10
1.47
658
5
-0.01
217897
-1
0.05
10
1.50
248
2
0.03
217898
-1
0.04
10
1.82
333
1
0.02
217899
-1
0.02
10
1.81
397
2
0.01
217900
-1
-0.01
-10
0.01
78
5
-0.01
217911
-1
0.03
-10
0.06
89
1
0.01
217912
-1
0.01
-10
0.03
82
1
0.01
217913
-1
-0.01
-10
0.02
107
2
-0.01
217914
-1
0.03
10
0.36
297
-1
0.02
217915
-1
0.01
-10
0.02
94
1
0.01
217916
-1
0.24
10
0.33
674
5
0.01
217917
-1
0.09
-10
0.02
47
14
0.06
217918
-1
0.12
-10
0.07
97
23
0.07
217919
-1
0.09
10
0.02
24
5
0.04
217920
-1
0.10
10
0.02
25
16
0.03
217921
-1
0.08
10
0.02
31
10
0.04
217922
-1
0.09
10
0.02
25
6
0.05
217923
-1
0.04
-10
0.02
35
20
0.05
217924
-1
0.17
-10
0.05
94
29
0.03
217925
-1
0.10
10
0.17
51
14
0.05
217926
-1
0.08
10
0.06
46
5
0.03
217927
-1
0.14
20
0.35
78
15
0.04
217928
-1
0.56
20
1.29
387
217
0.17
217929
-1
0.20
10
0.08
188
13
0.02

10
4
6
4
5
4
2
19
22
69
18
19
5
2
12
5
44
8
2
2
31
9
10
7
1
9
4
1
1
5
1
2
1
-1
-1
1
2
1
4
1
2
3
2
4
4
3
8
22
12
13
5
3
2
11
24
10
21
1
-1
-1
-1
-1
-1
1
5
2
1
-1
18
2

P_ppm
Pb_ppm S_%
1960
11
320
5
360
4
1240
8
630
-2
510
-2
300
10
320
-2
1130
4
620
3
840
13
2480
29
1050
2
90
2
920
2
860
2
510
-2
550
-2
390
-2
410
2
920
3
530
5
390
30
340
39
100
2
730
16
420
3
360
-2
300
3
310
4
110
-2
180
-2
100
-2
370
-2
200
2
320
-2
680
-2
380
-2
10
-2
340
-2
460
-2
670
10
560
-2
740
-2
590
-2
620
3
400
-2
510
-2
520
2
360
-2
10
-2
50
-2
10
-2
120
2
40
3
170
-2
1140
42
410
-2
750
4
500
3
140
-2
270
-2
80
2
150
2
760
4
460
2
110
-2
450
2
1010
11
460
-2

Sb_ppm
1.78
1.07
0.22
0.66
0.26
0.18
0.13
0.05
0.02
0.02
0.72
1.35
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.04
0.04
0.01
0.37
0.10
-0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.33
0.10
0.07
0.09
0.49
0.02
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.03
-0.01
0.02
0.01
0.04
0.02
0.09
0.27
0.09
0.03
0.03
0.04
0.53
0.24
0.03
0.02
0.02
0.49
0.07

Sc_ppm
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

4
1
2
6
4
3
1
2
7
12
12
3
3
1
4
3
5
2
2
3
24
13
10
13
1
11
8
2
3
2
-1
1
1
3
2
1
2
1
-1
1
2
2
2
2
1
2
3
4
5
8
-1
-1
-1
-1
4
-1
7
-1
-1
1
1
-1
-1
-1
-1
1
1
2
6
1

Sr_ppm
Th_ppm Ti_%
221
-20
69
-20
35
-20
72
-20
54
-20
32
-20
48
-20
13
-20
73
-20
26
-20
67
-20
156
-20
13
-20
14
-20
23
-20
6
20
7
-20
11
-20
5
-20
28
20
34
-20
36
-20
36
-20
32
-20
15
-20
67
-20
39
-20
12
-20
6
-20
5
-20
3
-20
6
-20
7
-20
16
-20
6
-20
3
-20
11
-20
4
-20
-1
-20
7
-20
6
-20
19
-20
6
-20
5
-20
6
-20
5
-20
5
-20
3
-20
3
-20
2
-20
-1
-20
7
-20
2
-20
5
-20
14
-20
8
-20
12
-20
19
-20
31
-20
73
-20
8
-20
44
-20
5
-20
7
-20
16
-20
21
-20
12
-20
19
-20
94
-20
9
-20

Tl_ppm
0.03
0.02
0.02
0.05
0.02
0.02
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.03
0.02
0.01
0.03
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.15
0.10
0.08
0.03
0.09
0.12
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.16
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.21
-0.01

U_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

V_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

W_ppm
79
20
42
144
48
41
9
39
79
96
210
174
18
6
33
19
42
23
8
28
265
170
124
179
8
243
96
27
37
68
9
11
11
40
26
15
21
12
1
22
49
144
79
80
81
101
51
50
56
61
2
4
1
15
680
52
39
15
7
48
9
10
9
3
12
10
10
22
111
5

Zn_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

Au_ppm
15
3
6
8
8
8
17
32
40
64
24
67
20
32
23
16
36
28
16
29
96
80
62
53
28
32
26
25
33
15
11
11
7
22
19
16
18
20
9
23
24
16
16
17
12
10
26
28
30
32
9
3
2
4
44
2
31
3
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
7
2
-2
7
63
2

-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
0.005
0.015
0.027
0.026
0.013
0.025
0.013
0.056
0.090
0.010
0.009
0.009
0.346
0.032

Au_ppm_Grav Cu_AA46
0.130
-0.050
-0.050
0.110
-0.050
0.060
0.130
-0.050
0.330
0.290
0.160
0.270
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
0.160
-0.050
-0.050
0.160
0.070
-0.050
0.130
-0.050
-0.050
0.070
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
2.450
5.780
1.195
2.260
3.930
-0.050
1.130
2.790
1.410
11.000
3.310
0.570
1.545
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050
-0.050

SampleID
217930
217931
217932
217933
217934
217935
217936
217937
217938
217939
217940
217941
217942
217943
217944
217945
217946
217947
217948
217949
217950
217951
217952
217953
217954
217955
217956
217957
217958
217959
217960
217961
217962
217963
217964
217965
217966
217967
217968
217969
217970
217971
217972
217973
217974
217975
217976
217977
217978
217979
217980
217981
217982
217983
217984
217985
217986
217987
217988
217989
217990
217991
217992
217993
217994
217995
217996
217997
217998
217999

Prospect
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
LAU
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
REG
REG
LOM
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB

Easting
Northing
SampleType
811,248.0 8,222,642.0 ROCKCHIP
811,247.1 8,222,641.3 ROCKCHIP
811,246.3 8,222,640.7 ROCKCHIP
811,245.4 8,222,640.0 ROCKCHIP
811,243.9 8,222,639.0 ROCKCHIP
811,242.9 8,222,638.2 ROCKCHIP
810,654.5 8,223,099.2 ROCKCHIP
810,653.5 8,223,098.0 ROCKCHIP
810,653.0 8,223,097.0 ROCKCHIP
810,892.2 8,222,882.7 ROCKCHIP
810,891.4 8,222,883.5 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,889.6 8,222,884.2 ROCKCHIP
810,674.2 8,223,124.1 ROCKCHIP
810,672.5 8,223,126.2 ROCKCHIP
810,672.0 8,223,126.0 ROCKCHIP
810,626.5 8,223,107.8 ROCKCHIP
810,624.7 8,223,108.4 ROCKCHIP
810,626.8 8,223,110.0 ROCKCHIP
810,626.7 8,223,112.5 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,575.5 8,223,153.0 ROCKCHIP
810,577.0 8,223,150.0 ROCKCHIP
810,576.4 8,223,153.0 ROCKCHIP
810,312.8 8,223,113.8 ROCKCHIP
810,311.5 8,223,113.6 ROCKCHIP
810,310.6 8,223,113.5 ROCKCHIP
810,310.4 8,223,116.2 ROCKCHIP
810,309.0 8,223,113.0 ROCKCHIP
810,308.6 8,223,112.8 ROCKCHIP
810,307.8 8,223,112.2 ROCKCHIP
811,159.6 8,222,650.4 ROCKCHIP
811,159.5 8,222,649.9 ROCKCHIP
811,159.3 8,222,649.3 ROCKCHIP
811,158.7 8,222,642.8 ROCKCHIP
811,150.3 8,222,640.1 ROCKCHIP
811,028.0 8,222,811.0 ROCKCHIP
811,027.0 8,222,810.0 ROCKCHIP
811,026.0 8,222,809.0 ROCKCHIP
811,020.0 8,222,805.0 ROCKCHIP
811,011.2 8,222,794.3 ROCKCHIP
810,986.3 8,222,875.4 ROCKCHIP
810,984.6 8,222,877.0 ROCKCHIP
810,984.6 8,222,873.8 ROCKCHIP
810,947.8 8,222,860.0 ROCKCHIP
810,893.0 8,222,881.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,893.0 8,222,882.0 ROCKCHIP
810,893.0 8,222,883.0 ROCKCHIP
805,996.0 8,224,549.0 ROCKCHIP
806,411.0 8,224,257.0 ROCKCHIP
811,048.0 8,221,971.0 ROCKCHIP
811,539.0 8,222,439.5 ROCKCHIP
811,538.0 8,222,440.0 ROCKCHIP
811,539.0 8,222,441.5 ROCKCHIP
811,538.0 8,222,444.5 ROCKCHIP
811,540.0 8,222,443.5 ROCKCHIP
811,541.0 8,222,444.0 ROCKCHIP
811,541.5 8,222,445.0 ROCKCHIP
811,542.0 8,222,446.0 ROCKCHIP
811,506.5 8,222,464.0 ROCKCHIP
811,507.0 8,222,465.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,507.0 8,222,466.0 ROCKCHIP
811,511.5 8,222,463.5 ROCKCHIP
811,512.0 8,222,464.0 ROCKCHIP
811,512.0 8,222,465.0 ROCKCHIP
811,512.5 8,222,466.0 ROCKCHIP
811,513.0 8,222,466.5 ROCKCHIP
811,513.5 8,222,467.5 ROCKCHIP

SampleSubTypeSampleWeight_Kg
MeshSize
Au_ppm_mapinfo Ag_ppm Al_%
As_ppm B_ppm
CHANNEL
1.96
0.90
0.014
-0.20
0.4
-2
CHANNEL
1.92
1.40
0.023
-0.20
1.7
-2
CHANNEL
2.58
0.60
0.089
-0.20
0.7
-2
CHANNEL
3.00
1.60
0.022
0.20
0.4
-2
CHANNEL
2.40
1.95
0.031
0.20
0.6
2
CHANNEL
1.81
0.90
-0.005
-0.20
1.6
-2
CHANNEL
2.01
1.20
0.553
-0.20
0.6
2
CHANNEL
2.38
1.45
0.817
-0.20
0.6
4
CHANNEL
1.30
0.90
0.055
-0.20
0.7
-2
CHANNEL
1.50
0.90
0.245
0.40
2.0
9
CHANNEL
1.67
0.70
1.045
0.50
0.4
25
0.06
-0.005
-0.20
0.02
-2
CHANNEL
1.52
0.70
0.354
0.30
1.6
38
CHANNEL
2.07
0.40
0.069
0.30
3.4
2
CHANNEL
2.56
1.30
2.440
1.60
0.7
2
CHANNEL
2.28
0.90
0.122
-0.20
1.3
-2
CHANNEL
1.79
0.50
0.144
-0.20
0.9
-2
CHANNEL
2.91
1.35
0.666
0.20
0.4
-2
CHANNEL
1.98
0.90
0.744
-0.20
0.3
-2
CHANNEL
2.73
1.55
1.270
0.20
0.3
3
1.04
0.007
-0.20
0.31
-2
CHANNEL
2.39
0.60
0.159
-0.20
2.2
4
CHANNEL
2.60
0.45
2.240
0.50
0.4
3
CHANNEL
1.76
0.50
0.765
-0.20
0.4
-2
CHANNEL
2.67
1.30
0.236
-0.20
2.3
2
CHANNEL
2.52
1.30
0.043
-0.20
2.8
-2
CHANNEL
2.90
0.50
0.015
-0.20
2.4
2
CHANNEL
3.07
1.00
2.410
0.90
1.5
14
CHANNEL
2.34
0.60
0.562
-0.20
3.2
-2
CHANNEL
1.90
0.45
0.039
-0.20
2.5
5
CHANNEL
2.43
1.50
0.017
-0.20
2.0
-2
CHANNEL
1.77
0.50
0.013
-0.20
1.2
2
CHANNEL
2.09
0.40
0.125
0.30
0.5
12
CHANNEL
3.01
0.70
0.229
-0.20
1.4
3
CHANNEL
1.55
0.05
0.269
0.40
1.0
3
CHANNEL
1.90
0.30
-0.005
-0.20
0.4
3
CHANNEL
1.95
1.00
0.010
-0.20
1.8
-2
CHANNEL
1.93
0.70
0.335
-0.20
0.5
3
CHANNEL
1.73
0.80
0.005
-0.20
1.0
-2
CHANNEL
1.35
0.05
9.770
0.20
0.6
-2
CHANNEL
1.78
0.20
0.288
-0.20
0.6
-2
CHANNEL
2.13
1.20
3.150
0.50
1.5
3
CHANNEL
2.72
1.00
0.015
-0.20
0.5
-2
CHANNEL
1.80
1.00
0.028
-0.20
1.3
-2
CHANNEL
2.75
1.00
11.350
1.80
1.2
-2
CHANNEL
2.46
1.00
0.019
-0.20
2.4
-2
0.06
0.331
1.00
1.9
11
CHANNEL
2.03
0.50
0.044
0.20
1.8
-2
CHANNEL
1.40
1.00
0.064
0.20
3.0
3
CHANNEL
2.48
0.15
-0.050
1.20
0.1
2
CHANNEL
2.42
0.50
-0.050
0.30
1.2
-2
CHANNEL
2.77
0.60
20.500
1.00
0.3
16
CHANNEL
3.11
1.10
-0.050
-0.20
1.1
3
CHANNEL
2.75
0.65
-0.050
-0.20
0.3
-2
CHANNEL
2.79
1.10
-0.050
0.20
2.3
-2
CHANNEL
2.58
1.00
-0.050
0.20
0.8
-2
CHANNEL
1.98
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
0.4
-2
CHANNEL
1.64
0.90
0.070
0.20
1.0
-2
CHANNEL
1.63
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
0.6
-2
CHANNEL
2.03
0.70
-0.050
-0.20
0.4
2
CHANNEL
2.70
0.95
-0.050
-0.20
1.5
-2
CHANNEL
3.44
1.05
-0.050
0.20
0.8
4
0.06
2.900
5.00
1.21
5
CHANNEL
2.79
0.50
-0.050
-0.20
0.4
2
CHANNEL
3.55
0.60
0.070
0.50
0.9
8
CHANNEL
3.50
0.50
-0.050
-0.20
0.9
14
CHANNEL
2.70
1.25
-0.050
-0.20
0.6
10
CHANNEL
2.56
0.80
-0.050
-0.20
0.5
-2
CHANNEL
3.43
1.30
-0.050
-0.20
2.0
-2
CHANNEL
3.05
0.80
-0.050
-0.20
2.6
-2

Ba_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

20
20
20
20
40
30
100
100
50
300
360
10
140
160
90
110
40
130
190
90
60
90
130
130
60
70
50
40
20
150
100
60
50
70
130
130
50
30
30
20
20
10
10
20
20
70
150
50
90
70
40
60
50
70
280
40
30
40
30
20
30
10
20
10
150
30
20
30
40
30

Be_ppm Bi_ppm
Ca_%
-0.5
4
-0.5
4
-0.5
36
-0.5
5
-0.5
7
-0.5
-2
-0.5
13
-0.5
26
-0.5
-2
-0.5
5
-0.5
180
-0.5
2
0.5
23
0.6
4
-0.5
84
-0.5
10
-0.5
10
-0.5
21
-0.5
11
-0.5
41
-0.5
-2
-0.5
5
-0.5
10
-0.5
9
-0.5
4
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
14
-0.5
10
-0.5
14
-0.5
3
-0.5
2
-0.5
62
-0.5
7
-0.5
19
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
466
-0.5
2
-0.5
45
-0.5
296
-0.5
9
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
6
-0.5
-2
0.5
3
-0.5
26
0.6
64
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
6
-0.5
3
-0.5
2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
2
-0.5
7
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
2

0.05
0.20
0.08
0.03
0.06
0.07
0.09
0.09
0.06
0.24
0.05
-0.01
0.15
0.42
0.05
0.11
0.08
0.06
0.03
0.11
0.09
0.14
0.02
0.04
0.19
0.22
0.17
0.06
0.16
0.30
0.35
0.15
0.07
0.16
0.10
0.06
0.21
0.05
0.14
0.05
0.06
0.18
0.04
0.11
0.10
0.17
1.34
0.08
0.28
0.03
0.05
0.06
0.11
0.02
0.33
0.02
0.03
0.08
0.06
0.05
0.16
0.02
1.4
0.05
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.05
0.14
0.19

Cd_ppm Co_ppm Cr_ppm


Cu_ppm Fe_%
Ga_ppm
-0.5
11
1
10
3.03
-10
-0.5
15
-1
26
5.70
-10
-0.5
45
-1
139
11.05
-10
-0.5
75
1
21
3.25
-10
-0.5
15
-1
24
7.93
-10
-0.5
4
1
12
1.49
-10
-0.5
2
59
241
13.65
10
-0.5
-1
57
315
14.30
10
-0.5
2
13
56
1.49
-10
-0.5
2
-1
1,610
6.87
10
-0.5
3
-1
2,230
15.10
-10
-0.5
2
22
10
0.57
-10
-0.5
9
45
4,220
13.30
10
-0.5
32
299
3,170
6.39
10
-0.5
1
48
791
7.27
-10
-0.5
-1
177
900
9.69
10
-0.5
-1
283
550
10.75
20
-0.5
1
15
134
6.59
10
-0.5
1
6
72
4.52
-10
-0.5
-1
21
445
12.20
10
-0.5
2
2
5
0.72
-10
-0.5
6
586
107
13.70
10
-0.5
1
4
24
7.12
-10
-0.5
1
9
28
6.45
10
-0.5
21
-1
5,080
5.07
10
-0.5
36
-1
3,310
5.17
10
-0.5
25
-1
3,770
4.62
10
-0.5
27
144
6,890
8.20
10
-0.5
66
364
11,700
5.84
10
-0.5
71
156
8,550
5.21
10
-0.5
18
-1
1,690
3.51
10
-0.5
53
1
143
1.83
-10
-0.5
28
-1
164
11.20
10
-0.5
50
-1
34
4.37
-10
-0.5
53
-1
60
13.40
10
-0.5
11
2
95
1.72
-10
-0.5
10
2
29
3.53
10
-0.5
5
-1
163
11.40
10
-0.5
11
2
39
2.17
-10
-0.5
5
-1
364
11.25
10
-0.5
4
-1
795
11.90
10
-0.5
8
-1
6,100
3.80
-10
-0.5
5
2
283
1.10
-10
-0.5
6
4
416
2.45
10
-0.5
2
-1
10,850
4.72
-10
-0.5
11
3
5,080
4.05
10
-0.5
12
41
3,450
4.69
10
-0.5
2
6
5,240
5.53
10
-0.5
16
29
4,700
6.10
10
-0.5
6
6
8,700
1.20
-10
-0.5
8
5
397
2.70
-10
-0.5
9
1
772
10.20
-10
-0.5
63
1
1,080
3.85
10
-0.5
24
24
125
1.10
-10
-0.5
25
-1
615
4.65
10
-0.5
7
8
287
2.30
-10
-0.5
16
5
387
1.84
-10
-0.5
31
6
294
2.51
-10
-0.5
11
6
158
1.57
-10
-0.5
9
11
91
1.17
-10
-0.5
14
4
838
3.16
10
-0.5
100
8
830
5.50
10
-0.5
16
19
15,550
7.9
10
-0.5
51
9
462
2.71
-10
-0.5
59
4
4,520
4.44
-10
-0.5
146
6
1,330
5.73
-10
-0.5
67
9
573
4.18
-10
-0.5
13
6
182
1.70
-10
-0.5
13
2
474
3.57
10
-0.5
16
1
715
4.30
10

SampleID Hg_ppm K_%


La_ppm
Mg_%
217930
-1
0.17
20
217931
-1
0.20
20
217932
-1
0.13
10
217933
-1
0.14
-10
217934
-1
0.17
30
217935
-1
0.13
30
217936
-1
0.09
10
217937
-1
0.17
-10
217938
-1
0.09
10
217939
-1
0.08
20
217940
-1
0.19
-10
217941
-1
-0.01
-10
217942
-1
0.20
10
217943
-1
0.04
20
217944
-1
0.17
10
217945
-1
0.24
20
217946
-1
0.09
10
217947
-1
0.22
10
217948
-1
0.23
-10
217949
-1
0.12
-10
217950
-1
0.13
10
217951
-1
0.21
20
217952
-1
0.29
-10
217953
-1
0.34
-10
217954
-1
0.13
10
217955
-1
0.20
10
217956
-1
0.20
10
217957
-1
0.05
-10
217958
-1
0.01
10
217959
-1
0.09
30
217960
-1
0.15
10
217961
-1
0.07
20
217962
-1
0.11
10
217963
-1
0.09
10
217964
-1
0.12
10
217965
-1
0.11
10
217966
-1
0.12
40
217967
-1
0.09
30
217968
-1
0.04
20
217969
-1
0.05
10
217970
-1
0.07
10
217971
-1
0.05
20
217972
-1
0.05
20
217973
-1
0.09
20
217974
-1
0.12
30
217975
-1
0.23
10
217976
-1
0.54
20
217977
-1
0.11
10
217978
-1
0.16
20
217979
1
0.05
-10
217980
-1
0.05
-10
217981
-1
0.13
-10
217982
-1
0.07
10
217983
-1
0.06
-10
217984
-1
0.13
10
217985
-1
0.05
-10
217986
-1
0.04
-10
217987
-1
0.04
-10
217988
-1
0.02
-10
217989
-1
0.03
-10
217990
-1
0.03
-10
217991
-1
-0.01
-10
217992
-1
0.15
10
217993
-1
0.01
-10
217994
-1
0.02
-10
217995
-1
0.03
-10
217996
-1
0.05
-10
217997
-1
0.04
-10
217998
-1
0.16
10
217999
-1
0.13
10

0.04
0.57
0.10
0.05
0.04
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.06
0.84
0.05
0.01
0.64
2.12
0.11
0.29
0.11
0.04
0.03
0.05
0.11
0.36
0.04
0.04
1.60
1.98
1.78
0.78
2.74
1.69
1.28
0.38
0.06
0.59
0.26
0.04
0.58
0.04
0.41
0.11
0.10
1.07
0.26
0.82
0.67
1.70
1.26
1.01
2.25
0.04
0.79
0.04
0.48
0.13
1.01
0.38
0.17
0.46
0.28
0.12
0.97
0.56
1.06
0.19
0.55
0.56
0.32
0.22
1.25
1.60

Mn_ppm Mo_ppm Na_%


Ni_ppm
100
7
0.02
216
2
0.01
373
13
-0.01
1150
17
-0.01
85
25
0.03
29
2
0.01
44
53
0.17
33
19
0.02
31
1
0.05
156
2
0.05
33
37
0.01
72
5
-0.01
197
9
0.01
1030
1
0.02
51
15
0.02
34
1
0.02
20
12
0.06
55
17
0.06
38
2
0.03
73
47
0.01
284
-1
0.15
36
2
0.02
26
12
0.04
36
10
0.08
429
-1
0.02
620
-1
0.02
495
-1
0.03
348
2
-0.01
1175
-1
0.02
2040
2
0.02
579
1
0.04
378
1
0.03
37
26
0.06
266
7
0.04
86
9
0.01
360
1
-0.01
122
1
0.03
31
8
0.08
109
1
0.05
39
7
0.03
33
6
0.02
342
1
0.03
159
1
0.04
302
-1
0.04
211
1
0.04
566
1
0.02
380
213
0.16
184
1
0.01
690
2
0.02
282
3
0.01
457
-1
0.02
48
15
0.01
226
2
0.04
117
1
-0.01
365
-1
0.03
144
2
-0.01
263
2
-0.01
150
2
0.01
114
-1
0.01
104
1
0.01
335
-1
0.01
221
2
-0.01
357
3
0.06
157
2
-0.01
187
3
-0.01
210
6
-0.01
158
3
-0.01
155
1
-0.01
312
1
0.02
447
-1
0.03

P_ppm
1
1
1
2
-1
2
10
8
3
3
6
4
19
89
5
3
5
2
2
5
1
22
1
2
15
14
10
24
72
40
8
2
1
2
3
2
4
1
5
1
2
5
1
2
5
6
18
11
19
1
2
-1
1
1
2
12
1
1
1
1
2
4
21
1
3
4
2
1
1
2

290
340
440
110
290
120
1510
850
100
610
1530
10
1340
570
330
280
540
500
560
890
80
1240
250
230
430
410
410
590
510
730
560
160
480
290
480
140
300
360
140
570
560
590
50
260
630
620
1000
600
860
60
130
360
360
60
390
150
40
170
110
80
170
90
820
50
180
280
210
100
470
630

Pb_ppm

S_%
-2
-2
2
-2
3
-2
40
17
5
5
18
-2
9
6
19
6
12
14
3
10
-2
7
18
18
3
2
2
5
2
2
2
2
10
3
-2
-2
-2
5
2
4
3
2
2
2
2
2
10
2
4
2
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
25
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

Sb_ppm
0.02
0.02
0.04
0.03
0.13
0.04
0.56
0.19
0.06
0.06
0.15
0.01
0.06
0.01
0.12
0.05
0.15
0.29
0.27
0.09
0.01
0.13
0.38
0.44
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.05
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.20
0.02
0.06
0.02
0.01
0.18
0.01
0.13
0.06
0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.48
0.02
0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.04
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
1.6
0.01
0.08
0.03
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01

Sc_ppm
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

Sr_ppm
-1
2
1
1
1
2
11
6
2
6
1
-1
8
14
5
7
8
2
1
2
1
13
1
1
6
6
6
4
15
9
6
2
1
2
1
1
4
1
2
3
2
4
-1
2
2
4
6
2
6
-1
1
1
2
-1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
5
1
2
2
1
1
3
5

6
20
10
9
46
41
190
29
32
63
22
-1
18
37
24
65
52
45
23
22
12
223
32
46
24
19
19
13
9
22
27
15
34
17
12
9
32
21
12
41
13
5
5
7
4
13
89
26
16
5
9
44
8
5
27
3
4
6
5
4
15
2
77
5
5
5
4
6
7
9

Th_ppm Ti_%
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20

Tl_ppm
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.07
0.01
0.01
0.05
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.12
0.03
0.04
0.04
0.02
0.01
0.02
0.03
0.06
-0.01
-0.01
0.04
0.02
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.04
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.2
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.09
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01

U_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

V_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

W_ppm
4
17
14
3
23
15
130
119
17
91
99
1
209
110
66
112
140
30
13
59
6
152
23
26
75
82
77
61
82
84
75
26
85
38
43
16
30
50
14
88
92
32
5
23
21
53
108
42
74
31
34
75
42
7
31
13
9
17
12
11
25
48
106
15
52
75
48
14
35
65

Zn_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
60
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

Au_ppm Au_ppm_Grav Cu_AA46


2
0.014
14
0.023
7
0.089
6
0.022
2
0.031
-2
-0.005
29
0.553
6
0.817
3
0.055
225
0.245
95
1.045
8
-0.005
55
0.354
101
0.069
6
2.440
6
0.122
23
0.144
4
0.666
2
0.744
8
1.270
24
0.007
94
0.159
7
2.240
39
0.765
43
0.236
53
0.043
38
0.015
37
2.410
80
0.562
1.170
72
0.039
43
0.017
14
0.013
3
0.125
17
0.229
10
0.269
10
-0.005
13
0.010
3
0.335
9
0.005
4
9.770
3
0.288
26
3.150
6
0.015
19
0.028
12 >10.0
11.350
1.085
53
0.019
63
0.331
21
0.044
57
0.064
6
-0.050
47
-0.050
4
20.500
14
-0.050
7
-0.050
30
-0.050
16
-0.050
16
-0.050
16
0.070
7
-0.050
6
-0.050
17
-0.050
14
-0.050
111
2.900
1.555
7
-0.050
11
0.070
11
-0.050
9
-0.050
12
-0.050
24
-0.050
30
-0.050

SampleID
218000
218105
218106
218107
218201
218202
218203
218204
218205
218206
218207
218208
218209
218210
218211
218212
218213
218214
218215
218216
218217
218218
218219
218220
218221
218222
218223
218224
218225
218226
218227
218228
218229
218230
218231
218232
218233
218234
218235
218236
218237
218238
218239
218240
218241
218242
218243
218244
218245
218246
218247
218248
218249
218250
218251
218252
218253
218254
218255
218256
218257
218258
218259
218260
218261
218262
218263
218264
218265
218266

Prospect
REG
REG
REG
REG
XIM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
XIM
XIM
XIM
FIO
FIO
FIO
FIO
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB

Easting
Northing
SampleType
807,692.0 8,221,989.0 ROCKCHIP
814,477.0 8,222,998.0 ROCKCHIP
814,500.0 8,222,880.0 ROCKCHIP
813,052.0 8,223,039.0 ROCKCHIP
809,878.0 8,223,092.0 ROCKCHIP
810,976.0 8,222,209.0 ROCKCHIP
810,976.5 8,222,209.0 ROCKCHIP
810,956.0 8,222,218.0 ROCKCHIP
810,872.0 8,222,219.0 ROCKCHIP
810,873.5 8,222,220.5 ROCKCHIP
810,874.0 8,222,230.0 ROCKCHIP
810,895.5 8,222,247.0 ROCKCHIP
810,896.0 8,222,247.0 ROCKCHIP
810,896.0 8,222,247.5 ROCKCHIP
810,896.5 8,222,248.0 ROCKCHIP
810,897.0 8,222,248.5 ROCKCHIP
810,891.0 8,222,304.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,821.0 8,222,324.0 ROCKCHIP
810,821.5 8,222,325.0 ROCKCHIP
810,848.0 8,222,246.0 ROCKCHIP
810,848.0 8,222,277.0 ROCKCHIP
810,849.0 8,222,277.0 ROCKCHIP
810,836.0 8,222,294.0 ROCKCHIP
810,836.0 8,222,293.5 ROCKCHIP
810,823.0 8,222,290.0 ROCKCHIP
810,791.0 8,222,272.0 ROCKCHIP
810,791.0 8,222,272.5 ROCKCHIP
810,791.5 8,222,273.0 ROCKCHIP
810,999.0 8,221,953.5 ROCKCHIP
811,076.5 8,221,946.0 ROCKCHIP
811,077.0 8,221,947.0 ROCKCHIP
811,047.0 8,221,973.5 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,047.0 8,221,973.0 ROCKCHIP
810,992.0 8,221,958.0 ROCKCHIP
810,992.3 8,221,957.5 ROCKCHIP
810,900.5 8,222,074.0 ROCKCHIP
810,886.0 8,222,078.0 ROCKCHIP
810,886.0 8,222,077.0 ROCKCHIP
810,884.0 8,222,093.0 ROCKCHIP
810,732.0 8,222,317.0 ROCKCHIP
810,705.5 8,222,356.0 ROCKCHIP
810,705.0 8,222,356.0 ROCKCHIP
810,704.0 8,222,355.0 ROCKCHIP
810,754.0 8,222,349.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
810,754.5 8,222,349.0 ROCKCHIP
809,178.0 8,223,428.0 ROCKCHIP
809,178.0 8,223,429.0 ROCKCHIP
809,178.5 8,223,430.0 ROCKCHIP
809,493.5 8,223,859.0 ROCKCHIP
809,494.0 8,223,859.0 ROCKCHIP
809,494.5 8,223,859.5 ROCKCHIP
809,474.0 8,223,905.0 ROCKCHIP
810,090.0 8,223,095.0 ROCKCHIP
809,615.0 8,223,299.0 ROCKCHIP
809,615.0 8,223,298.0 ROCKCHIP
809,570.0 8,223,312.0 ROCKCHIP
809,570.0 8,223,313.0 ROCKCHIP
809,525.0 8,223,328.5 ROCKCHIP
809,524.0 8,223,328.0 ROCKCHIP
809,523.5 8,223,326.5 ROCKCHIP
811,812.0 8,222,427.5 ROCKCHIP
811,812.0 8,222,428.5 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,812.0 8,222,429.3 ROCKCHIP
811,767.0 8,222,410.5 ROCKCHIP
811,767.0 8,222,411.2 ROCKCHIP
811,766.5 8,222,412.0 ROCKCHIP

SampleSubTypeSampleWeight_Kg
MeshSize
Au_ppm_mapinfo Ag_ppm Al_%
CHANNEL
1.86
0.20
0.100
0.40
CHIPS
1.66
2.00
-0.005
-0.20
DUMP
2.34
0.20
8.830
4.80
FLOAT
1.84
0.40
0.030
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.34
0.1
0.180
0.50
CHANNEL
2.99
0.35
2.550
0.30
CHANNEL
3.46
0.3
0.100
0.20
CHANNEL
2.85
0.30
29.500
1.80
CHANNEL
3.08
1.50
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.34
1.50
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.45
0.20
0.250
0.50
CHANNEL
3.45
0.55
2.950
1.10
CHANNEL
2.33
0.40
1.250
1.60
CHANNEL
2.92
0.35
0.070
0.30
CHANNEL
2.47
0.30
0.210
0.80
CHANNEL
3.02
0.40
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.44
0.30
1.250
0.90
1.35
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.31
0.30
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.27
1.25
-0.050
0.20
CHANNEL
2.41
0.40
0.140
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.53
0.25
0.790
1.00
CHANNEL
3.40
0.40
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
4.15
0.40
0.360
0.70
CHANNEL
3.67
0.60
3.080
1.10
CHANNEL
3.21
0.15
2.400
0.70
CHANNEL
2.79
0.40
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.49
0.26
0.760
0.30
CHANNEL
3.41
0.45
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.53
0.45
0.730
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.96
0.30
0.850
0.50
CHANNEL
3.15
0.45
0.070
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.49
0.35
12.650
1.10
0.09
0.400
1.00
CHANNEL
2.52
0.33
9.410
0.50
CHANNEL
3.13
0.20
5.590
0.70
CHANNEL
2.80
0.45
0.140
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.86
0.75
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.12
1.00
0.460
0.30
CHANNEL
2.25
0.50
0.140
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.39
0.65
10.900
3.20
CHANNEL
2.72
0.30
12.100
1.10
CHANNEL
3.08
0.30
0.280
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.48
0.30
0.400
0.30
CHANNEL
2.76
0.45
0.160
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.52
0.15
0.670
0.20
1.26
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.39
0.55
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.91
0.50
0.070
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.03
1.10
1.590
1.40
CHANNEL
2.58
0.70
0.830
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.53
0.50
0.170
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.92
0.18
6.420
0.70
CHANNEL
2.61
0.50
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.76
1.10
1.700
0.70
CHANNEL
3.88
1.35
0.110
1.00
CHANNEL
3.28
0.70
2.040
0.40
CHANNEL
2.89
0.60
1.570
0.70
CHANNEL
3.05
0.80
0.630
0.50
CHANNEL
3.20
0.70
5.390
1.20
CHANNEL
2.86
0.80
2.200
0.60
CHANNEL
3.33
1.00
0.410
-0.20
CHANNEL
4.04
1.60
0.430
0.30
CHANNEL
2.98
0.65
0.070
0.30
CHANNEL
3.98
0.90
0.630
2.20
0.09
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.89
0.60
0.380
2.00
CHANNEL
2.53
0.80
0.070
0.20
CHANNEL
2.06
0.45
0.070
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.67
0.90
0.170
0.40

As_ppm
0.1
1.1
0.43
0.49
0.13
0.52
1.59
0.46
1.25
1.06
0.58
1.86
0.71
1.04
0.84
1.65
0.57
0.34
0.32
0.44
1.51
0.3
1.21
1.32
1.04
0.96
1.89
0.23
1.4
0.48
0.4
0.7
1.43
1.88
0.36
1.88
1.54
0.64
1.41
1.27
0.53
0.63
0.93
0.37
1.06
0.23
0.29
1.49
0.91
0.26
0.62
1.06
0.21
2.01
2.66
4.34
1.7
1.97
1.92
0.58
0.48
1.03
1.02
1.83
0.66
0.01
2.29
2.15
0.8
0.58

B_ppm
-2
-2
11
6
7
20
8
10
6
2
8
13
9
-2
4
-2
2
-2
-2
5
2
5
-2
20
10
-2
-2
3
-2
-2
6
-2
37
12
9
4
-2
-2
2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
4
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
2
11
-2
10
-2
6
4
3
7
7
-2
2
-2
7
-2
8
2
4
26

Ba_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
-10
10
10
-10
-10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
20
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10

10
30
100
100
40
70
40
30
60
80
70
60
60
60
70
70
60
70
90
90
60
100
120
180
190
80
40
120
70
30
230
70
650
160
50
20
50
80
110
60
80
110
40
40
60
180
60
40
110
50
50
90
140
80
100
130
30
30
40
20
60
50
60
10
30
10
170
20
60
60

Be_ppm Bi_ppm
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
0.9
0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
0.5
-0.5
-0.5
0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5

Ca_%
-2
-2
32
5
17
4
2
7
-2
-2
2
7
2
3
3
-2
2
-2
-2
2
-2
2
-2
7
4
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
2
-2
11
2
4
17
-2
-2
2
-2
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
36
12
-2
5
-2
3
-2
7
16
6
41
25
2
11
-2
10
-2
16
-2
-2
6

0.01
0.24
0.05
0.09
0.04
0.08
0.34
0.06
0.52
0.66
0.08
0.36
0.1
0.34
0.2
0.68
0.13
0.11
0.04
0.07
0.18
0.03
0.29
0.15
0.22
0.43
0.68
0.1
0.73
0.07
0.08
0.42
0.21
1.41
0.06
0.44
0.71
0.12
0.29
0.41
0.11
0.12
0.23
0.05
0.43
0.03
0.09
0.74
0.16
0.03
0.05
0.27
0.03
0.41
0.23
0.4
0.18
0.15
0.13
0.1
0.13
0.16
0.16
0.13
0.02
-0.01
0.15
0.07
0.06
0.05

Cd_ppm Co_ppm Cr_ppm


Cu_ppm Fe_%
Ga_ppm
-0.5
1
10
27
0.60
-10
-0.5
7
17
8
1.85
10
-0.5
139
10
1,280
10.6
-10
-0.5
113
60
47
13.2
10
-0.5
12
28
269
7.31
-10
-0.5
42
-1
1,065
7.68
-10
-0.5
21
-1
553
4.54
10
-0.5
6
-1
2,330
8.48
-10
-0.5
96
-1
41
4.85
-10
-0.5
111
1
55
3.39
-10
-0.5
67
-1
77
12.8
10
-0.5
63
-1
4,660
8.19
-10
-0.5
26
-1
3,740
5.62
-10
-0.5
13
-1
4,760
1.87
-10
-0.5
41
-1
4,420
5.13
-10
-0.5
23
-1
1,360
2.57
-10
-0.5
10
-1
5,900
4.4
-10
-0.5
2
2
29
0.77
-10
-0.5
4
2
14
4.5
-10
-0.5
8
-1
25
10
-10
-0.5
35
-1
1,665
3.45
-10
-0.5
23
3
1,630
5.13
-10
-0.5
17
-1
2,330
2.98
-10
-0.5
286
-1
2,370
9.46
-10
-0.5
127
-1
2,540
9.9
-10
-0.5
15
-1
2,450
2.75
-10
-0.5
22
-1
464
2.65
-10
-0.5
38
4
1,705
3.84
-10
-0.5
10
-1
1,055
1.73
-10
-0.5
7
4
412
0.95
-10
-0.5
17
-1
10,150
9.11
-10
-0.5
19
1
621
1.17
-10
-0.5
296
-1
3,800
10.25
-10
-0.5
13
44
3,530
4.56
10
-0.5
20
1
849
6.61
-10
-0.5
16
-1
11,050
5.24
-10
-0.5
14
6
1,530
2.25
-10
-0.5
20
2
714
2
-10
-0.5
28
3
1,795
2.87
-10
-0.5
20
2
450
2.15
-10
-0.5
14
-1
5,140
2.22
-10
-0.5
9
-1
6,530
3.55
-10
-0.5
7
-1
2,290
2.15
-10
-0.5
12
1
1,755
4.15
-10
-0.5
11
-1
2,910
3.44
-10
-0.5
46
5
1,295
6.45
-10
-0.5
2
2
13
0.61
-10
-0.5
9
1
365
1.93
-10
-0.5
22
30
731
2.48
-10
-0.5
1
6
698
5.99
-10
-0.5
4
3
576
2.15
-10
-0.5
50
1
102
2.64
-10
-0.5
86
4
590
8.91
-10
-0.5
24
4
85
4.12
10
-0.5
3
12
615
8.25
10
-0.5
32
376
657
11.25
10
-0.5
53
27
1,490
11.15
10
-0.5
119
11
5,000
18.9
10
-0.5
66
60
2,970
12.05
10
-0.5
96
-1
18,650
9.92
-10
-0.5
8
13
658
12.7
-10
-0.5
7
15
1,555
5.15
-10
-0.5
9
10
1,330
6.08
-10
-0.5
14
3
2,800
3.3
10
-0.5
22
-1
16,350
9.18
-10
-0.5
2
24
22
0.55
-10
-0.5
27
18
11,250
6.38
10
-0.5
14
-1
2,840
5.47
10
-0.5
8
3
1,020
2.72
-10
-0.5
16
2
2,250
6.59
-10

SampleID Hg_ppm K_%


218000
-1
218105
-1
218106
1
218107
-1
218201
-1
218202
-1
218203
-1
218204
-1
218205
-1
218206
-1
218207
-1
218208
1
218209
-1
218210
-1
218211
-1
218212
-1
218213
1
218214
-1
218215
-1
218216
-1
218217
-1
218218
-1
218219
-1
218220
-1
218221
1
218222
-1
218223
-1
218224
-1
218225
-1
218226
-1
218227
1
218228
-1
218229
-1
218230
-1
218231
-1
218232
1
218233
-1
218234
-1
218235
-1
218236
-1
218237
-1
218238
-1
218239
-1
218240
-1
218241
-1
218242
1
218243
-1
218244
-1
218245
-1
218246
-1
218247
-1
218248
-1
218249
-1
218250
-1
218251
-1
218252
1
218253
-1
218254
1
218255
-1
218256
-1
218257
1
218258
-1
218259
-1
218260
-1
218261
1
218262
-1
218263
1
218264
-1
218265
-1
218266
-1

La_ppm
0.04
0.06
0.07
0.03
0.06
0.1
0.17
0.09
0.05
0.08
0.13
0.13
0.24
0.25
0.2
0.19
0.07
0.15
0.13
0.15
0.25
0.17
0.28
0.32
0.23
0.31
0.14
0.04
0.2
0.07
0.12
0.32
0.11
0.55
0.16
0.15
0.2
0.17
0.14
0.2
0.13
0.25
0.2
0.19
0.19
0.04
0.14
0.15
0.24
0.18
0.2
0.28
0.07
0.24
0.27
0.02
0.13
0.14
0.2
0.12
0.16
0.16
0.12
0.09
0.03
0.01
0.04
0.07
0.03
0.03

Mg_%
-10
10
-10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
-10
-10
10
20
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
30
-10
10
10
-10
-10
10
-10
10
10
10
10
10
50
20
-10
-10
-10
10
10
-10
-10

0.03
0.81
0.1
0.04
0.03
0.11
0.46
0.05
0.52
0.31
0.06
0.4
0.17
0.22
0.23
0.89
0.04
0.11
0.03
0.05
0.8
0.06
0.45
0.25
0.24
0.22
1.34
0.03
0.55
0.3
0.07
0.12
0.34
1.22
0.05
1.36
1.01
0.21
0.98
0.7
0.23
0.19
0.27
0.04
0.43
0.05
0.1
0.85
0.36
0.03
0.12
0.49
0.04
1.26
1.01
3.76
0.64
0.83
0.77
0.25
0.12
0.36
0.34
1.04
0.34
-0.01
0.95
1.22
0.31
0.22

Mn_ppm Mo_ppm Na_%


Ni_ppm
100
-1
-0.01
272
-1
0.06
180
13
0.01
161
4
-0.01
55
1
0.03
47
68
0.02
105
11
0.04
54
123
0.01
265
3
0.03
185
2
0.03
44
40
0.03
224
30
0.03
132
27
0.02
106
1
0.02
143
3
0.01
332
1
0.02
51
1
0.01
327
-1
0.18
24
7
0.13
19
17
0.11
524
1
0.02
64
6
0.01
177
1
0.02
955
24
0.02
801
38
0.01
359
2
0.01
309
-1
0.04
53
1
0.01
153
-1
0.02
406
-1
0.03
61
13
0.01
97
2
0.01
10650
30
0.03
411
244
0.17
83
12
0.02
375
2
0.03
162
1
0.02
709
1
0.02
384
2
0.01
229
1
0.01
314
5
0.01
162
3
0.01
144
1
0.01
58
5
0.01
271
1
0.02
51
1
0.02
282
-1
0.19
250
-1
0.03
658
-1
0.03
37
3
0.01
108
1
0.02
357
-1
0.01
200
7
0.01
600
-1
0.02
520
1
0.01
1075
1
0.01
530
5
0.01
908
12
0.01
691
5
0.01
243
7
0.01
253
11
0.01
325
1
0.01
445
2
0.01
223
1
0.03
98
5
0.01
74
5
-0.01
192
2
0.01
139
1
0.01
88
3
0.01
66
13
0.01

P_ppm
-1
10
15
16
5
-1
-1
-1
2
2
-1
-1
-1
1
-1
1
-1
1
-1
-1
1
1
-1
2
-1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
7
17
1
-1
1
2
1
2
-1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
19
-1
4
7
7
8
6
96
25
39
35
30
6
12
10
4
2
3
15
4
3
-1

20
470
590
1350
300
410
480
360
220
300
600
470
410
520
380
640
150
90
210
340
550
270
450
570
500
520
540
160
470
100
140
520
200
1080
280
420
560
420
360
480
220
350
360
390
530
300
90
600
320
80
100
490
270
580
680
740
660
730
760
470
610
600
490
530
320
10
810
330
230
350

Pb_ppm

S_%
2
-2
6
4
30
8
3
4
-2
-2
-2
43
20
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
3
-2
2
-2
9
-2
31
-2
-2
-2
9
-2
-2
2
8
-2
-2
-2
10
4
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
3
67
-2
-2
-2
5
2
-2
4
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
-2
3

Sb_ppm
-0.01
0.01
0.14
0.05
0.13
0.11
0.06
0.03
0.01
0.03
0.16
0.02
0.04
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.03
0.01
0.32
0.28
0.01
0.3
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.23
0.01
0.01
0.05
0.01
0.05
0.5
0.12
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.02
0.01
0.02
0.01
-0.01
0.02
-0.01
0.11
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.02
-0.01
-0.01
0.67
-0.01
0.03
0.1
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.03
0.02
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
3.57
-0.01
0.09
-0.01
0.02
0.04

Sc_ppm
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
5
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
3
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2

Sr_ppm
-1
2
1
2
1
1
6
2
2
1
2
6
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
3
3
2
2
1
3
1
2
1
7
6
1
2
2
3
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
-1
1
2
1
3
4
11
4
5
4
1
2
3
3
4
1
-1
4
4
1
1

3
9
15
11
13
26
48
11
39
41
39
40
25
20
13
35
35
15
65
73
8
23
51
18
17
19
40
14
37
6
16
24
102
98
31
28
41
9
24
27
11
9
20
21
18
11
12
40
15
18
14
12
8
26
30
20
26
26
6
10
54
56
43
4
3
1
20
7
11
8

Th_ppm Ti_%
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20

Tl_ppm
-0.01
0.08
0.01
0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.06
0.01
0.03
0.05
0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.03
0.01
0.09
0.01
0.03
0.01
0.01
0.02
-0.01
0.03
-0.01
-0.01
0.03
0.08
0.01
0.11
-0.01
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.21
-0.01
0.03
0.08
-0.01
0.03
0.05
-0.01
-0.01
0.03
0.01
0.04
0.01
0.03
0.11
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.06
-0.01
0.09
0.08
0.12
0.04
0.06
0.03
0.01
0.06
0.03
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01

U_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

V_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

W_ppm
4
27
41
62
132
143
129
79
51
42
118
98
84
29
59
52
42
7
35
77
42
42
48
153
114
45
49
35
49
17
89
16
117
115
91
63
56
32
38
31
37
35
30
25
31
59
6
50
25
47
15
39
100
79
47
109
76
110
87
91
84
42
39
48
37
1
78
67
35
50

Zn_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
50
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

6
21
8
16
4
3
6
-2
6
6
4
10
6
5
6
12
4
29
-2
6
19
2
11
9
7
21
15
4
7
6
3
3
10
61
-2
16
10
13
19
11
11
11
6
3
7
2
27
11
41
3
21
14
2
25
60
101
87
96
111
32
20
49
43
16
6
9
27
33
8
4

Au_ppm

Au_ppm_Grav Cu_AA46
0.100

-0.005
8.830
0.030
0.18
2.55
0.1
29.5
-0.05
-0.05
0.25
2.95
1.25
0.07
0.21
-0.05
1.25
-0.05
-0.05
-0.05
0.14
0.79
-0.05
0.36
3.08
2.4
-0.05
0.76
-0.05
0.73
0.85
0.07
12.65
0.4
9.41
5.59
0.14
-0.05
0.46
0.14
10.9
12.1
0.28
0.4
0.16
0.67
-0.05
-0.05
0.07
1.59
0.83
0.17
6.42
-0.05
1.7
0.11
2.04
1.57
0.63
5.39
2.2
0.41
0.43
0.07
0.63
-0.05
0.38
0.07
0.07
0.17

1.015

1.105

1.865

1.635
1.125

SampleID
218267
218268
218269
218270
218271
218272
218273
218274
218275
218276
218277
218278
218282
218283
218284
218285
218286
218287
218288
218289
218290
218291
218292
218293
218294
218295
218296
218297
218298
218299
218300
218301
218302
218303
218304
218305
218306
218307
218308
218309
218310
218311
218312
218313
218314
218315
218316
218317
218318
218319
218320
218321
218322
218323
218324
218325
218401
218402
218403
218404
218405
218406
218407
218408
218409
218410
218411
218412
218413
218414

Prospect
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
LAB
REG
LAB
LAB
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
LOM
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
XIM
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG
REG

Easting
Northing
SampleType
811,766.0 8,222,413.0 ROCKCHIP
811,745.0 8,222,405.0 ROCKCHIP
811,744.7 8,222,406.0 ROCKCHIP
811,744.0 8,222,406.5 ROCKCHIP
811,823.0 8,222,426.0 ROCKCHIP
811,822.5 8,222,425.0 ROCKCHIP
811,822.0 8,222,424.0 ROCKCHIP
811,822.0 8,222,423.0 ROCKCHIP
811,745.0 8,222,406.0 ROCKCHIP
811,698.0 8,222,389.0 ROCKCHIP
811,697.5 8,222,390.0 ROCKCHIP
810,737.0 8,224,618.0 ROCKCHIP
811,312.0 8,222,528.0 ROCKCHIP
811,313.0 8,222,530.0 ROCKCHIP
811,138.5 8,222,255.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,129.0 8,222,309.0 ROCKCHIP
811,128.5 8,222,308.0 ROCKCHIP
811,128.0 8,222,307.5 ROCKCHIP
811,099.0 8,222,328.0 ROCKCHIP
811,098.0 8,222,327.5 ROCKCHIP
811,065.5 8,222,358.0 ROCKCHIP
810,353.0 8,223,743.0 ROCKCHIP
810,355.0 8,223,742.0 ROCKCHIP
810,717.0 8,223,370.0 SOIL
810,693.0 8,223,372.0 SOIL
810,701.0 8,223,346.0 SOIL
810,727.0 8,223,349.0 SOIL
810,732.0 8,223,326.0 SOIL
809,317.0 8,223,410.0 ROCKCHIP
809,318.0 8,223,410.0 ROCKCHIP
Ximnena 1
ROCKCHIP
Ximnena 1
ROCKCHIP
Ximnena 1
ROCKCHIP
Ximnena 1
ROCKCHIP
Ximnena 1
ROCKCHIP
Ximnena 1
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
QC
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
Ximena 2 y 3
ROCKCHIP
811,251.0 8,223,252.0 ROCKCHIP
811,272.0 8,223,181.0 ROCKCHIP
811,261.0 8,223,129.0 ROCKCHIP
811,262.0 8,223,039.0 ROCKCHIP
811,216.0 8,223,320.0 ROCKCHIP
811,215.0 8,223,354.0 ROCKCHIP
811,228.0 8,223,407.0 ROCKCHIP
810,737.0 8,223,278.0 SOIL
810,700.0 8,223,287.0 SOIL
810,673.0 8,223,295.0 SOIL
810,672.0 8,223,260.0 SOIL
810,793.0 8,223,316.0 SOIL
810,808.0 8,223,378.0 SOIL
810,780.0 8,223,335.0 SOIL

SampleSubTypeSampleWeight_Kg
MeshSize
Au_ppm_mapinfo Ag_ppm Al_%
CHANNEL
2.78
0.80
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
1.49
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.95
1.10
0.140
1.00
CHANNEL
3.01
1.00
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.46
0.90
0.190
0.60
CHANNEL
3.55
0.50
0.400
0.70
CHANNEL
2.71
1.30
0.070
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.99
1.20
0.070
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.11
1.30
0.100
1.30
CHANNEL
2.77
1.55
0.440
1.90
CHANNEL
3.37
0.80
-0.050
0.20
CHANNEL
3.48
0.50
0.411
0.40
CHANNEL
3.60
1.10
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.87
1.90
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.10
0.18
3.170
-0.20
0.09
2.990
4.70
CHANNEL
2.81
0.45
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.96
0.50
0.670
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.71
0.60
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.76
0.26
8.120
5.00
CHANNEL
2.03
0.80
-0.050
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.66
0.25
7.220
0.50
CHANNEL
1.67
2.00
0.140
-0.20
CHANNEL
2.73
2.00
-0.050
-0.20
-80#
3.96
2.520
0.70
-80#
4.38
0.009
-0.20
-80#
3.02
0.049
-0.20
-80#
4.48
0.007
-0.20
-80#
3.45
0.006
-0.20
CHANNEL
3.98
0.55
1.330
1.80
CHANNEL
3.96
0.80
0.070
-0.20
UNDERGROUND
3.71
0.60
13.900
9.1
UNDERGROUND
2.94
0.30
12.250
5
UNDERGROUND
4.16
0.20
1.410
8.1
UNDERGROUND
5.53
0.40
0.590
5.1
UNDERGROUND
2.33
0.35
34.100
6.4
UNDERGROUND
2.75
0.20
30.500
11.2
UNDERGROUND
4.87
1.00
2.270
4.2
UNDERGROUND
4.85
0.95
4.230
8.8
UNDERGROUND
3.19
0.20
15.500
14.1
UNDERGROUND
5.62
0.90
13.650
10.9
UNDERGROUND
4.32
0.40
0.330
1.2
UNDERGROUND
4.28
0.80
9.900
12.3
1.38
-0.050
-0.2
UNDERGROUND
4.72
0.48
17.350
21.8
UNDERGROUND
4.88
0.70
7.100
11.3
UNDERGROUND
4.36
0.50
5.020
6.7
UNDERGROUND
4.45
0.55
1.750
5.7
UNDERGROUND
4.08
0.60
0.130
3.2
UNDERGROUND
4.26
1.00
5.780
10.8
UNDERGROUND
3.46
0.20
4.810
5.4
UNDERGROUND
4.43
0.90
10.050
6.1
UNDERGROUND
3.42
0.70
4.570
8.1
UNDERGROUND
5.15
0.90
2.780
8.9
UNDERGROUND
3.26
1.00
1.090
15.2
UNDERGROUND
3.82
0.75
7.440
8.2
CHIPS
2.96
5.00
0.012
-0.2
CHIPS
1.82
5.00
0.011
-0.2
CHIPS
2.28
5.00
0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
2.57
5.00
0.009
0.2
CHIPS
2.6
5.00
0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
2.66
5.00
0.007
-0.2
CHIPS
2.94
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
-80#
4.57
5.00
0.007
-0.2
-80#
4.54
5.00
0.005
-0.2
-80#
4.28
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
-80#
4.9
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
-80#
4.06
5.00
0.029
-0.2
-80#
4.41
3.00
-0.005
-0.2
-80#
4.66
5.00
-0.005
-0.2

As_ppm
2.4
1.11
0.55
2.71
1.62
1.32
1.91
1.65
0.22
0.17
1.3
0.44
0.73
0.8
0.41
1.16
3.22
1.35
2.01
1.27
1.56
0.51
0.05
0.04
2.19
1.77
2.17
2.13
1.54
0.42
0.72
0.77
1.23
2.05
2.61
1.99
0.7
0.35
0.27
0.21
0.73
2.31
0.84
0.35
0.37
0.67
0.95
0.49
1.91
0.42
0.24
0.34
0.53
0.6
0.7
0.67
0.38
0.42
0.53
0.73
0.45
0.42
0.36
2.25
1.53
1.32
2.06
1.76
1.4
2.18

2
8
12
2
12
30
3
14
16
64
6
122
4
2
4
7
-2
9
3
9
3
4
-2
3
16
8
13
8
6
18
3
-2
-2
3
-2
3
4
3
3
7
-2
82
17
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
6
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
6
3
5
5
6
3
7

B_ppm

Ba_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10

30
30
70
30
20
20
10
20
130
150
20
140
40
40
150
20
30
30
20
140
40
70
10
20
110
210
200
190
150
70
70
30
40
-10
20
70
20
-10
-10
-10
-10
30
-10
70
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
340
140
100
80
190
240
160
240
170
180
190
170
180
180

Be_ppm Bi_ppm
Ca_%
-0.5
2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
3
-0.5
2
-0.5
15
-0.5
6
-0.5
3
-0.5
2
-0.5
3
-0.5
6
-0.5
3
-0.5
5
-0.5
2
-0.5
2
-0.5
3
-0.5
23
-0.5
2
-0.5
10
-0.5
-2
-0.5
22
-0.5
2
-0.5
6
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
0.6
4
0.6
-2
0.6
2
0.6
2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
135
-0.5
4
-0.5
6
-0.5
-2
-0.5
13
-0.5
28
-0.5
29
-0.5
21
-0.5
5
-0.5
3
-0.5
2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
13
-0.5
8
-0.5
2
-0.5
6
-0.5
5
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
19
-0.5
5
-0.5
12
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
-0.5
-2
0.8
-2
0.5
2
-0.5
-2
0.7
-2
0.5
3
-0.5
-2
0.6
-2

0.19
0.09
0.02
0.16
0.04
0.04
0.08
0.13
0.04
0.03
0.05
0.04
0.11
0.06
0.09
1.3
0.13
0.3
0.38
0.11
0.29
0.14
0.01
0.03
0.59
0.31
0.52
0.51
0.41
0.06
0.12
0.03
0.08
0.05
0.19
0.12
0.03
0.04
0.03
0.02
0.03
0.15
0.03
0.1
-0.01
0.02
0.02
0.02
0.16
0.02
0.02
0.03
0.05
0.06
0.02
0.36
0.06
0.07
0.05
0.25
0.05
0.04
0.03
0.52
0.4
0.43
0.43
0.51
0.5
0.42

Cd_ppm Co_ppm Cr_ppm


Cu_ppm Fe_%
Ga_ppm
-0.5
11
1
721
4.32
10
-0.5
27
-1
680
4.03
-10
-0.5
12
3
1,280
4.19
-10
-0.5
25
1
548
5.34
10
-0.5
45
1
17,300
7.19
10
-0.5
49
9
1,600
7.33
-10
-0.5
14
21
1,040
3.74
10
-0.5
13
16
1,250
3.45
10
-0.5
5
3
938
3.6
-10
-0.5
6
3
1,010
5.68
-10
-0.5
10
-1
2,150
3.23
-10
-0.5
77
10
70
10.25
-10
-0.5
6
3
38
1.84
-10
-0.5
26
3
104
2.43
-10
-0.5
19
2
1,810
2.66
-10
-0.5
14
7
15,000
7.28
10
-0.5
15
-1
544
5.19
10
-0.5
18
-1
7,330
4.29
-10
-0.5
14
-1
2,240
2.95
-10
-0.5
3
-1
27,600
5.9
-10
-0.5
9
2
121
2.31
-10
-0.5
2
-1
11,050
2.66
-10
-0.5
2
7
87
0.74
-10
-0.5
10
12
31
2.03
-10
-0.5
20
30
1,230
5.33
10
-0.5
16
34
55
3.32
10
-0.5
18
29
78
4.48
10
-0.5
16
44
80
3.72
10
-0.5
19
38
48
3.48
10
-0.5
36
7
893
17.2
10
-0.5
8
17
899
5.51
-10
-0.5
22
12
1650
12.05
10
-0.5
53
7
27700
14.5
10
-0.5
306
-1
60600
24.8
20
-0.5
71
199
48400
12.05
20
-0.5
35
28
5830
15.5
10
-0.5
19
9
3620
17.7
10
-0.5
28
-1
26700
10.3
-10
-0.5
36
-1
44800
15.2
-10
-0.5
30
-1
64100
23.7
-10
-0.5
66
-1
79400
22.1
10
-0.5
27
-1
9280
6.22
10
-0.5
79
-1
74400
17.6
10
-0.5
2
2
230
0.84
-10
-0.5
-1
-1
236000
16.2
-10
-0.5
83
-1
126500
9.54
10
-0.5
190
-1
69300
10.3
-10
-0.5
36
-1
62900
10.85
10
-0.5
52
-1
16750
7.3
10
-0.5
65
-1
124500
10.45
-10
-0.5
9
-1
7850
9.89
10
-0.5
76
-1
68300
8.57
-10
-0.5
37
-1
63600
10.4
-10
-0.5
65
-1
47100
10.7
10
-0.5
32
-1
42400
14.4
10
-0.5
142
-1
64300
8.98
-10
-0.5
2
6
362
2.12
-10
-0.5
1
10
314
3.44
10
-0.5
1
7
131
2.16
-10
-0.5
4
19
284
5.4
10
-0.5
1
4
157
1.37
-10
-0.5
1
4
205
2.35
-10
-0.5
1
4
148
1.26
-10
-0.5
15
42
53
3.76
10
-0.5
14
35
51
3.47
10
-0.5
13
34
46
3.41
10
-0.5
16
41
56
4.08
10
-0.5
17
41
62
3.97
10
-0.5
12
29
45
2.77
10
-0.5
19
45
46
4.11
10

SampleID Hg_ppm K_%


La_ppm
Mg_%
218267
-1
0.03
50
218268
-1
0.12
10
218269
-1
0.04
-10
218270
-1
0.04
10
218271
-1
0.02
-10
218272
-1
0.02
-10
218273
-1
0.06
10
218274
-1
0.07
30
218275
-1
0.03
-10
218276
-1
0.05
-10
218277
-1
0.03
-10
218278
-1
0.06
10
218282
-1
0.04
-10
218283
-1
0.08
-10
218284
-1
0.13
-10
218285
-1
0.14
10
218286
-1
0.21
10
218287
-1
0.13
-10
218288
-1
0.1
-10
218289
-1
0.11
-10
218290
-1
0.19
10
218291
-1
0.22
-10
218292
-1
0.01
-10
218293
-1
0.01
-10
218294
33.5
0.11
20
218295
0.09
0.3
10
218296
0.18
0.2
30
218297
0.17
0.28
10
218298
0.06
0.23
10
218299
-1
0.06
10
218300
-1
0.21
10
218301
1
0.1
-10
218302
1
0.14
10
218303
-1
0.01
-10
218304
1
0.09
-10
218305
1
0.05
10
218306
1
0.08
10
218307
1
0.04
-10
218308
1
0.01
10
218309
-1
0.02
-10
218310
1
0.07
-10
218311
-1
0.32
10
218312
1
0.04
-10
218313
-1
0.16
10
218314
1
0.02
-10
218315
1
0.04
-10
218316
1
0.07
-10
218317
-1
0.03
-10
218318
1
0.08
-10
218319
1
0.04
-10
218320
1
0.01
-10
218321
-1
0.05
-10
218322
1
-0.01
-10
218323
1
0.01
-10
218324
1
0.01
-10
218325
1
0.03
-10
218401
-1
0.26
10
218402
-1
0.2
10
218403
-1
0.23
10
218404
-1
0.28
50
218405
-1
0.18
30
218406
-1
0.2
10
218407
-1
0.16
10
218408
0.03
0.49
20
218409
0.02
0.34
10
218410
0.02
0.38
10
218411
0.03
0.38
10
218412
0.3
0.28
10
218413
0.03
0.28
10
218414
0.05
0.31
10

1.42
0.4
0.2
1.69
0.98
0.76
1.05
1
0.03
0.02
0.64
0.04
0.29
0.38
0.14
1.03
2.68
0.74
1.29
0.88
0.92
0.13
0.01
0.01
1.13
0.45
0.82
0.76
0.62
0.06
0.13
0.25
0.4
1.25
1.84
0.4
0.07
0.18
0.07
0.06
0.2
1.14
0.21
0.1
0.11
0.3
0.37
0.27
1.29
0.19
0.02
0.11
0.2
0.26
0.1
0.31
0.05
0.03
0.1
0.19
0.04
0.04
0.03
0.72
0.43
0.46
0.53
0.69
0.65
0.7

Mn_ppm Mo_ppm Na_%


Ni_ppm
230
-1
0.03
141
2
0.01
57
6
-0.01
237
-1
0.01
286
17
-0.01
240
20
-0.01
261
1
0.01
247
2
0.03
38
4
0.01
49
62
0.01
96
1
0.01
39
5
0.05
217
1
0.02
144
6
0.03
611
2
-0.01
333
2
0.06
743
-1
-0.01
312
1
0.01
511
-1
0.02
371
1
0.01
285
-1
0.02
276
7
-0.01
49
1
0.01
52
1
-0.01
897
2
0.03
685
1
0.02
796
1
0.02
856
1
0.03
531
1
0.02
177
5
0.01
92
-1
0.01
95
4
0.02
174
4
0.02
368
2
0.01
512
2
0.02
683
7
0.03
39
15
0.02
67
1
0.01
74
-1
0.01
61
-1
0.01
103
1
0.01
419
1
0.01
83
1
0.01
340
-1
0.21
82
1
0.01
153
2
0.01
222
2
0.01
128
1
0.01
384
3
0.02
151
3
0.01
42
10
0.01
91
2
0.01
122
2
0.01
203
1
0.01
91
3
0.01
185
2
0.01
63
80
0.07
63
9
0.05
59
17
0.06
113
5
0.06
27
6
0.05
38
13
0.03
42
34
0.04
851
1
0.02
525
1
0.01
454
1
0.01
608
1
0.01
561
1
0.02
472
-1
0.02
774
1
0.02

P_ppm
5
-1
-1
1
6
1
5
4
5
-1
2
3
-1
1
2
16
-1
-1
-1
-1
3
-1
1
8
22
17
21
30
21
3
4
11
14
69
29
23
7
20
16
14
34
17
31
2
8
13
22
17
22
20
4
15
12
35
16
30
2
1
2
14
2
2
1
25
18
18
20
22
21
27

730
390
310
560
360
510
440
640
280
290
200
690
250
280
210
740
410
410
470
370
450
400
30
60
930
830
920
950
910
480
440
750
740
30
420
1670
1380
50
50
20
100
540
50
90
10
20
30
40
350
120
530
60
100
110
180
50
220
360
150
590
170
170
100
1360
1180
1360
1190
1020
1010
840

Pb_ppm

S_%
-2
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
3
-2
85
-2
-2
3
25
2
6
2
4
-2
-2
-2
-2
16
9
7
7
7
3
-2
6
5
5 >10.0
3
5
2
3
2 >10.0
4 >10.0
3 >10.0
2
8 >10.0
3
6
4
6 >10.0
3 >10.0
3
3
12
5
5
3
5
3
3
-2
3
5
4
3
2
9
8
7
9
8
6
7

Sb_ppm
0.01
0.01
0.03
0.01
0.08
0.42
0.01
0.04
0.05
0.08
0.01
0.32
0.01
0.49
0.15
1.45
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.04
0.01
0.07
0.02
0.07
0.05
0.03
0.02
0.03
0.02
0.06
0.05
2.36
4.73
6
0.13
0.13
6.8

1.82
0.05
6.8
7.4

3.41
4.84
1.05
8.7
5.22
9
3.31
8.1
0.29
0.21
0.19
0.35
0.09
0.05
0.01
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.03
0.02
0.01
0.02

Sc_ppm
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
4
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
6
5
7
5
3
7
5
-2
4
9
-2
7
-2
8
4
5
4
2
2
5
5
-2
4
5
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

Sr_ppm
3
2
1
3
3
2
3
3
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
5
2
1
3
2
1
1
-1
-1
8
5
8
6
4
2
2
2
2
3
7
5
2
1
1
-1
1
4
1
1
-1
1
1
1
4
1
2
-1
1
1
1
1
1
-1
1
4
1
1
1
7
3
3
5
5
4
6

9
9
6
12
4
1
2
3
10
13
7
42
5
6
9
66
5
22
24
11
20
7
2
5
61
53
58
60
45
17
76
11
10
4
15
47
27
-1
-1
-1
-1
3
-1
16
-1
6
2
-1
3
1
6
3
2
5
2
7
54
63
39
118
45
25
17
80
52
51
59
54
48
54

Th_ppm Ti_%
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
40
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20

Tl_ppm
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.09
-0.01
0.01
0.06
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.06
0.17
0.11
0.16
0.13
0.01
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.02
0.02
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.03
-0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.03
0.01
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.06
0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.17
0.18
0.17
0.18
0.18
0.16
0.18

U_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

V_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

W_ppm
41
38
46
54
64
50
37
43
48
49
51
171
21
21
25
98
40
76
39
93
17
35
6
22
102
95
113
95
93
100
52
45
33
52
90
48
38
34
31
21
15
63
16
7
3
18
19
17
50
16
24
8
19
15
20
13
9
10
13
78
5
14
3
93
105
104
118
112
79
109

Zn_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
40
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
-10
10
-10
10
-10
-10
10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

Au_ppm
17
23
5
26
16
12
15
10
-2
3
9
16
11
6
3
99
33
15
26
20
14
2
-2
-2
67
46
44
60
45
9
15
6
15
38
42
21
8
7
10
15
16
41
14
26
19
14
20
12
35
14
6
8
11
15
9
13
2
2
3
10
2
2
-2
58
53
56
55
52
50
55

Au_ppm_Grav Cu_AA46
-0.05
-0.05
0.14
-0.05
0.19
1.73
0.4
0.07
0.07
0.1
0.44
-0.05

0.411
-0.05
-0.05
3.17
2.99
-0.05
0.67
-0.05
8.12
-0.05
7.22
0.14
-0.05

1.5

2.76
1.105

2.520
0.009
0.049
0.007
0.006
1.33
0.07
13.9
12.25
1.41
0.59
34.1
30.5
2.27
4.23
15.5
13.65
0.33
9.9
-0.05
17.35
7.1
5.02
1.75
0.13
5.78
4.81
10.05
4.57
2.78
1.09
7.44
0.012
0.011
0.005
0.009
0.005
0.007
-0.005

2.77
6.06
4.84

2.67
4.48
6.41
7.94
7.44
23.6
12.65
6.93
6.29
1.675
12.45
6.83
6.36
4.71
4.24
6.43

SampleID
218415
218416
218417
218418
218419
218420
218421
218422
218423
218424
218425
218426
218427
218428
218429
218430
218431
218432
218433
218434
218435
218436
218437
218438
218439
218440
218441
218442
218443
218444
218445
218446
218447
218448
218449
218450
218451
218452
218453
218454
218455
218456
218457
218458
218459
218460
218461
218462
218463
218464
218465
218466
218467
218468
218469
218470
218471
218472
218473
218474
218475
218476
218477
218478
218479
218480
218481
218482
218483
218484

Prospect
REG
REG
REG
REG
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA

Easting
Northing
SampleType
810,762.0 8,223,363.0 SOIL
810,727.0 8,223,332.0 ROCKCHIP
810,703.0 8,223,336.0 ROCKCHIP
810,975.0 8,224,977.0 ROCKCHIP
811,217.0 8,222,754.0 ROCKCHIP
811,195.0 8,222,815.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,204.0 8,222,932.0 ROCKCHIP
811,059.0 8,223,178.0 ROCKCHIP
811,036.0 8,223,378.0 ROCKCHIP
811,042.0 8,223,380.0 ROCKCHIP
811,056.0 8,223,394.0 ROCKCHIP
811,105.0 8,223,399.0 ROCKCHIP
811,114.0 8,223,295.0 ROCKCHIP
811,098.0 8,223,250.0 ROCKCHIP
811,110.0 8,223,204.0 ROCKCHIP
811,146.0 8,223,141.0 ROCKCHIP
811,232.0 8,223,023.0 ROCKCHIP
811,315.0 8,223,127.0 ROCKCHIP
811,187.0 8,223,191.0 ROCKCHIP
811,150.0 8,223,252.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,173.0 8,223,303.0 ROCKCHIP
811,166.0 8,223,355.0 ROCKCHIP
811,210.0 8,223,398.0 ROCKCHIP
811,292.0 8,223,390.0 ROCKCHIP
811,344.0 8,223,340.0 ROCKCHIP
811,301.0 8,223,306.0 ROCKCHIP
811,292.0 8,223,350.0 ROCKCHIP
811,345.0 8,223,240.0 ROCKCHIP
811,315.0 8,223,211.0 ROCKCHIP
811,343.0 8,223,150.0 ROCKCHIP
811,290.0 8,223,046.0 ROCKCHIP
811,306.0 8,223,029.0 ROCKCHIP
811,654.0 8,223,039.0 ROCKCHIP
811,673.0 8,223,081.0 ROCKCHIP
811,678.0 8,223,082.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,697.0 8,223,082.0 ROCKCHIP
811,775.0 8,223,110.0 ROCKCHIP
811,779.0 8,223,112.0 ROCKCHIP
811,782.0 8,223,115.0 ROCKCHIP
811,795.0 8,223,115.0 ROCKCHIP
811,813.0 8,223,112.0 ROCKCHIP
811,815.0 8,223,116.0 ROCKCHIP
811,763.0 8,222,998.0 ROCKCHIP
811,851.0 8,223,158.0 ROCKCHIP
811,859.0 8,223,265.0 ROCKCHIP
811,790.0 8,223,221.0 ROCKCHIP
811,717.0 8,223,204.0 ROCKCHIP
811,760.0 8,223,144.0 ROCKCHIP
811,652.0 8,223,151.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,592.0 8,223,095.0 ROCKCHIP
811,621.0 8,222,983.0 ROCKCHIP
811,577.0 8,223,309.0 ROCKCHIP
811,662.0 8,223,254.0 ROCKCHIP
811,555.0 8,223,178.0 ROCKCHIP
811,539.0 8,223,242.0 ROCKCHIP
811,492.0 8,223,310.0 ROCKCHIP
811,465.0 8,223,371.0 ROCKCHIP
811,448.0 8,223,243.0 ROCKCHIP
811,488.0 8,223,190.0 ROCKCHIP
811,485.0 8,223,101.0 ROCKCHIP
811,512.0 8,223,019.0 ROCKCHIP
811,375.0 8,222,956.0 ROCKCHIP
811,374.0 8,222,954.0 ROCKCHIP
811,363.0 8,223,012.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,367.0 8,223,017.0 ROCKCHIP

SampleSubTypeSampleWeight_Kg
MeshSize
Au_ppm_mapinfo Ag_ppm Al_%
-80#
5.09
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHANNEL
2.21
2.00
0.132
-0.2
CHANNEL
2.85
2.20
0.084
-0.2
CHANNEL
3.3
0.50
0.075
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.013
-0.2
CHIPS
0.25
0.031
-0.2
0.006
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.007
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
6.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
0.60
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.008
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
-0.005
-0.2
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.50
0.006
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.014
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.029
0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.010
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.019
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.014
0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.009
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
0.101
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.012
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.006
0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.006
-0.2
0.335
0.7
CHANNEL
5.00
0.009
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.006
-0.2
CHANNEL
4.00
0.011
0.3
CHANNEL
5.00
0.005
0.3
CHANNEL
5.00
0.008
0.3
CHANNEL
5.00
0.012
0.4
CHANNEL
6.00
0.010
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
0.013
-0.2
CHIPS
4.50
0.017
0.4
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.018
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.005
-0.2
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
0.011
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.006
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
0.007
-0.2
CHIPS
4.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.026
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.024
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.018
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
0.019
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.005
0.2
CHIPS
2.00
0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.005
0.2
CHIPS
0.70
-0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
3.50
0.012
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.011
-0.2
-0.005
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
-0.005
-0.2

As_ppm
1.78
0.2
0.66
0.11
0.88
0.48
0.01
0.81
1.02
1.45
1.69
0.45
0.38
0.42
0.49
0.51
0.64
0.71
1.78
0.4
1.07
0.35
0.47
0.61
0.39
0.77
0.35
0.57
0.45
1.63
0.89
0.39
1.16
1.22
1.48
1.61
1.66
1.91
1.02
0.89
2.13
3.6
1.86
1.32
1.44
1.17
1.14
2.02
0.34
0.98
0.32
2.56
0.38
1.7
1.58
1.07
1.27
0.32
0.37
0.33
1.32
0.55
0.44
1.99
2.01
0.99
1.85
0.88
0.01
2.02

B_ppm
6
6
22
38
4
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
4
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
3
-2
2
-2
-2
12
2
-2
5
10
4
-2
-2
3
3
3
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10

Ba_ppm Be_ppm Bi_ppm


190
0.5
80
-0.5
20
-0.5
220
-0.5
70
-0.5
60
-0.5
10
-0.5
50
-0.5
90
-0.5
60
-0.5
110
-0.5
80
-0.5
170
-0.5
170
-0.5
40
-0.5
60
-0.5
110
-0.5
120
-0.5
60
-0.5
100
-0.5
60
-0.5
70
-0.5
240
-0.5
670
-0.5
170
-0.5
50
-0.5
150
-0.5
250
-0.5
240
-0.5
80
0.5
70
0.7
430
-0.5
70
-0.5
50
-0.5
130
-0.5
110
-0.5
90
-0.5
160
0.5
310
-0.5
50
-0.5
120
1.1
110
5.5
40
0.8
60
-0.5
130
0.5
90
-0.5
70
-0.5
80
0.5
90
-0.5
110
-0.5
60
-0.5
80
-0.5
80
-0.5
50
-0.5
90
-0.5
90
-0.5
190
-0.5
120
-0.5
130
-0.5
120
-0.5
60
-0.5
70
-0.5
90
-0.5
50
-0.5
50
-0.5
50
-0.5
100
-0.5
40
-0.5
10
-0.5
40
-0.5

Ca_%
-2
9
6
-2
2
5
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
4
3
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

0.48
0.05
0.07
0.02
0.12
0.12
-0.01
0.48
0.51
0.08
0.28
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.06
0.07
0.23
0.06
0.5
0.04
0.17
0.11
0.05
0.09
0.02
0.06
0.05
0.09
0.04
0.4
0.13
0.08
0.13
0.42
0.42
0.42
0.5
1.39
0.16
0.29
0.11
0.52
0.67
0.76
0.73
0.45
0.46
0.77
0.04
0.09
0.02
0.34
0.11
0.46
0.94
0.09
0.14
0.03
0.05
0.06
0.08
0.06
0.03
0.66
0.4
0.41
0.71
0.39
-0.01
0.83

Cd_ppm Co_ppm Cr_ppm


Cu_ppm Fe_%
Ga_ppm
-0.5
13
39
45
3.29
10
-0.5
35
10
144
4.9
-10
-0.5
45
28
95
7.83
10
-0.5
212
9
36
4.56
-10
-0.5
6
1
94
6.6
10
-0.5
6
27
236
11.8
10
-0.5
1
23
8
0.55
-10
-0.5
7
21
102
2.33
-10
-0.5
7
43
69
2.01
-10
-0.5
2
44
131
3.88
-10
-0.5
3
2
101
3.23
10
-0.5
1
14
45
1.88
-10
-0.5
1
6
52
1.25
-10
-0.5
1
3
44
1.29
-10
-0.5
1
7
32
1.35
-10
-0.5
1
4
28
1.29
-10
-0.5
1
5
47
2.03
10
-0.5
2
-1
128
12.35
10
-0.5
4
22
257
3.11
10
-0.5
1
3
96
2.91
-10
-0.5
2
21
155
3.61
10
-0.5
2
2
4
0.77
-10
-0.5
1
11
183
3.6
-10
-0.5
1
7
376
5.16
-10
-0.5
1
4
96
1.05
-10
-0.5
4
37
1160
4.84
-10
-0.5
1
4
186
2.52
-10
-0.5
1
4
251
2.7
-10
-0.5
1
5
379
2.97
-10
-0.5
9
129
850
6.19
10
-0.5
2
54
420
5.3
10
-0.5
1
4
83
2.14
-10
-0.5
7
41
193
6.96
-10
-0.5
7
39
378
2.52
-10
-0.5
10
1
238
4.14
10
-0.5
9
1
474
4
10
-0.5
8
1
638
3.58
10
-0.5
13
46
3540
4.54
10
-0.5
4
1
813
4.99
10
-0.5
6
17
130
2.51
-10
-0.5
23
33
1430
4.77
10
-0.5
64
65
8590
5.25
10
-0.5
15
83
1360
5.62
10
-0.5
10
57
486
3.67
10
-0.5
38
53
1540
4.42
10
-0.5
10
25
420
2.6
10
-0.5
16
6
514
6.63
10
-0.5
15
41
61
4.94
10
-0.5
-1
3
89
1.72
-10
-0.5
-1
-1
927
5.47
10
-0.5
1
2
169
2.63
-10
-0.5
4
1
474
2.93
10
-0.5
1
1
4
0.7
-10
-0.5
2
1
269
2.45
10
-0.5
7
2
41
1.97
-10
-0.5
1
15
858
4.3
10
-0.5
-1
79
473
4.95
10
-0.5
-1
5
40
2.18
-10
-0.5
-1
2
314
6.1
-10
-0.5
-1
7
407
4.1
-10
-0.5
1
89
820
3.47
10
-0.5
-1
22
472
3.44
-10
-0.5
-1
6
180
3.89
-10
-0.5
5
7
254
2.83
10
-0.5
2
1
272
2.37
10
-0.5
8
3
353
1.02
-10
-0.5
13
2
525
2.27
10
-0.5
4
27
217
1.94
-10
-0.5
-1
24
8
0.57
-10
-0.5
9
5
389
3.12
10

SampleID Hg_ppm K_%


La_ppm
Mg_%
Mn_ppm Mo_ppm Na_%
Ni_ppm
P_ppm
Pb_ppm S_%
Sb_ppm
218415
0.05
0.29
10
0.68
687
-1
0.02
21
810
8
0.02
218416
-1
0.04
-10
0.03
48
1
0.02
2
440
4
0.19
218417
-1
0.08
-10
0.13
61
3
0.01
13
510
6
0.06
218418
-1
0.01
-10
0.02
48
3
0.01
9
150
7
0.62
218419
-1
0.11
-10
0.18
62
13
0.08
1
460
5
0.17
218420
-1
0.07
-10
0.18
194
47
0.04
1
690
10
0.08
218421
-1
-0.01
-10
-0.01
74
5
-0.01
3
10
2
-0.01
218422
-1
0.12
10
0.59
278
-1
0.05
8
710
3
0.14
218423
-1
0.19
10
0.59
199
1
0.05
14
750
3
0.16
218424
-1
0.3
10
0.54
97
2
0.03
4
450
4
0.2
218425
-1
0.26
10
0.73
201
3
0.04
2
550
2
0.23
218426
-1
0.19
20
0.08
39
1
0.04
2
260
-2
0.09
218427
-1
0.16
40
0.03
37
5
0.04
-1
180
5
0.07
218428
-1
0.17
10
0.03
36
1
0.03
-1
190
2
0.05
218429
-1
0.13
10
0.09
37
1
0.05
1
300
-2
0.14
218430
-1
0.15
10
0.12
51
1
0.07
1
220
6
0.18
218431
1
0.18
830
0.1
52
5
0.08
1
1130
41
0.27
218432
-1
0.32
20
0.07
34
32
0.05
1
990
11
0.31
218433
-1
0.22
30
0.56
126
29
0.06
9
570
3
0.19
218434
-1
0.21
40
0.03
41
4
0.04
-1
170
2
0.1
218435
-1
0.18
10
0.3
67
1
0.04
2
180
4
0.09
218436
-1
0.15
10
0.11
336
-1
0.24
1
100
-2
0.02
218437
-1
0.22
20
0.04
44
32
0.05
1
430
-2
0.19
218438
-1
0.22
20
0.06
55
18
0.04
3
530
3
0.15
218439
-1
0.18
20
0.03
39
28
0.04
-1
120
-2
0.04
218440
1
0.17
10
0.15
60
20
0.02
8
470
2
0.04
218441
-1
0.19
20
0.03
32
28
0.03
-1
250
4
0.13
218442
-1
0.29
30
0.09
40
37
0.07
2
400
8
0.32
218443
-1
0.18
30
0.04
48
41
0.04
1
230
3
0.04
218444
-1
0.3
10
0.61
108
12
0.05
36
420
-2
0.35
218445
-1
0.22
40
0.24
55
32
0.07
8
1150
3
0.3
218446
-1
0.23
20
0.04
51
9
0.03
1
290
-2
0.1
218447
-1
0.32
20
0.28
176
13
0.04
18
390
7
0.14
218448
-1
0.16
10
0.57
261
2
0.04
20
470
2
0.01
218449
-1
0.11
-10
0.79
240
2
0.04
2
590
7
0.09
218450
-1
0.18
10
0.77
235
3
0.07
2
510
2
0.4
218451
-1
0.13
-10
0.89
236
5
0.04
2
590
2
0.43
218452
1
0.53
20
1.2
393
257
0.17
20
1060
9
0.5
218453
-1
0.17
10
0.66
194
6
0.04
2
620
7
0.17
218454
-1
0.13
10
0.51
136
1
0.06
6
350
2
0.98
218455
-1
0.11
10
1.35
257
20
0.03
36
700
10
1.59
218456
-1
0.14
30
2.21
1130
5
0.03
103
1350
6
1.26
218457
1
0.1
10
1.67
522
3
0.06
29
820
6
1.5
218458
-1
0.08
10
1.12
233
1
0.05
7
620
3
2.61
218459
-1
0.1
10
1.07
690
30
0.07
85
940
6
1.04
218460
-1
0.12
20
0.53
224
1
0.04
12
1220
2
0.01
218461
-1
0.25
10
0.69
289
5
0.1
14
1340
6
2.91
218462
1
0.14
10
1
779
1
0.04
25
900
3
0.01
218463
-1
0.22
10
0.03
38
4
0.03
1
220
4
0.1
218464
-1
0.08
10
0.2
41
16
0.03
1
410
3
0.04
218465
-1
0.17
20
0.02
46
4
0.03
1
270
2
0.09
218466
-1
0.15
10
0.65
183
1
0.03
2
320
4
0.06
218467
-1
0.16
10
0.1
317
-1
0.28
-1
90
2
0.02
218468
-1
0.14
-10
0.67
168
1
0.04
1
340
3
0.03
218469
-1
0.1
-10
0.77
195
1
0.07
-1
550
2
0.42
218470
-1
0.17
10
0.16
42
5
0.02
2
400
4
0.03
218471
-1
0.15
10
0.28
41
13
0.03
4
290
4
0.05
218472
-1
0.26
20
0.02
32
4
0.13
-1
240
2
0.51
218473
-1
0.14
10
0.03
38
68
0.02
-1
180
2
0.05
218474
-1
0.12
10
0.03
34
39
0.02
-1
170
3
0.05
218475
-1
0.13
30
0.4
72
20
0.03
5
250
3
0.04
218476
-1
0.15
30
0.1
36
16
0.03
2
260
4
0.06
218477
-1
0.22
60
0.02
29
6
0.08
-1
250
5
0.28
218478
-1
0.13
10
0.78
252
2
0.03
3
410
3
0.03
218479
-1
0.09
-10
0.77
125
4
0.03
1
240
3
0.01
218480
-1
0.09
-10
0.53
280
1
0.05
6
380
3
0.01
218481
-1
0.13
-10
1.1
346
5
0.06
5
640
3
0.04
218482
-1
0.11
50
0.48
130
1
0.05
14
440
3
0.46
218483
-1
-0.01
-10
-0.01
76
5
-0.01
3
10
2
-0.01
218484
-1
0.17
10
1.36
304
2
0.03
8
750
3
0.07

Sc_ppm
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

Sr_ppm
5
1
3
-1
4
1
-1
3
2
5
5
1
1
1
2
2
1
3
9
1
5
1
2
4
1
7
1
2
2
9
6
1
5
5
4
4
3
6
4
2
5
8
6
4
6
5
7
9
1
5
1
9
1
6
2
8
8
1
1
1
7
2
1
7
6
3
4
3
-1
5

62
17
9
18
49
19
-1
30
50
33
70
24
28
24
29
46
126
117
134
24
65
18
51
65
21
30
39
70
36
75
137
32
39
34
105
168
80
103
114
66
11
25
97
61
64
20
63
53
18
124
36
274
18
87
62
41
61
40
47
24
53
43
52
91
55
43
166
51
1
61

Th_ppm Ti_%
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
1480
-20
50
20
-20
-20
-20
20
-20
-20
-20
-20
30
-20
30
-20
20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
40
20
90
-20
-20
-20
-20
30
-20
-20

Tl_ppm
0.16
0.01
0.01
-0.01
0.07
0.06
-0.01
0.11
0.14
0.08
0.14
0.05
0.02
0.01
0.04
0.05
0.07
0.03
0.2
-0.01
0.06
0.03
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.03
-0.01
0.02
0.01
0.1
0.03
-0.01
0.05
0.17
0.13
0.11
0.13
0.22
0.06
0.12
0.08
0.17
0.18
0.13
0.19
0.08
0.18
0.25
0.01
0.02
-0.01
0.11
0.03
0.14
0.13
0.05
0.02
-0.01
-0.01
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.01
0.18
0.12
0.07
0.14
0.13
-0.01
0.22

U_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

V_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

W_ppm
89
33
74
32
69
66
1
40
36
50
51
11
5
4
12
11
20
70
73
7
50
7
21
32
4
41
7
16
19
75
45
5
54
53
85
71
67
112
54
34
61
86
97
60
88
55
101
110
7
64
4
79
7
65
54
56
71
4
34
25
51
26
24
78
72
40
73
39
1
70

Zn_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

59
3
12
16
3
3
8
18
22
37
23
6
5
4
6
5
-2
18
18
4
11
27
5
13
-2
9
2
5
2
19
7
2
18
24
22
14
17
64
12
14
41
102
58
29
64
14
23
46
3
8
2
32
25
20
16
5
12
-2
-2
5
5
4
-2
24
23
12
24
12
9
28

Au_ppm
0.132
0.084
0.075
0.013
0.031
0.006
-0.005
0.007
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
0.008
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
0.006
0.014
0.005
0.029
0.01
-0.005
0.019
0.014
0.009
-0.005
0.101
0.012
-0.005
0.006
0.006
0.335
0.009
0.006
0.011
0.005
0.008
0.012
0.01
0.013
0.017
-0.005
-0.005
0.018
-0.005
0.005
-0.005
0.011
-0.005
0.006
0.007
-0.005
0.026
0.024
0.018
0.019
0.005
0.005
0.005
-0.005
0.012
0.011
-0.005
-0.005

Au_ppm_Grav Cu_AA46

SampleID
218485
218486
218487
218488
218489
218490
218491
218492
218493
218494
218495
218496
218497
218498
218499
218500
218501
218502
218503
218504
218505
218506
218507
218508
218509
218510

Prospect
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA
STA

Easting
Northing
SampleType
811,370.0 8,223,022.0 ROCKCHIP
811,372.0 8,223,023.0 ROCKCHIP
811,373.0 8,223,015.0 ROCKCHIP
811,380.0 8,223,019.0 ROCKCHIP
811,386.0 8,223,020.0 ROCKCHIP
811,389.0 8,223,024.0 ROCKCHIP
811,390.0 8,223,028.0 ROCKCHIP
811,415.0 8,223,124.0 ROCKCHIP
811,385.0 8,223,063.0 ROCKCHIP
811,399.0 8,223,053.0 ROCKCHIP
811,418.0 8,223,072.0 ROCKCHIP
811,409.0 8,223,058.0 ROCKCHIP
811,424.0 8,223,115.0 ROCKCHIP
QC
811,423.0 8,223,112.0 ROCKCHIP
811,427.0 8,223,135.0 ROCKCHIP
811,444.0 8,222,873.0 ROCKCHIP
811,447.0 8,222,875.0 ROCKCHIP
811,450.0 8,222,878.0 ROCKCHIP
811,427.0 8,223,138.0 ROCKCHIP
811,427.0 8,223,144.0 ROCKCHIP
811,427.0 8,223,149.0 ROCKCHIP
811,418.0 8,223,205.0 ROCKCHIP
811,411.0 8,223,220.0 ROCKCHIP
811,403.0 8,223,259.0 ROCKCHIP
811,392.0 8,223,419.0 ROCKCHIP

SampleSubTypeSampleWeight_Kg
MeshSize
Au_ppm_mapinfo Ag_ppm Al_%
CHANNEL
5.00
0.016
0.2
CHANNEL
1.10
0.010
0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.008
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.008
0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.019
0.3
CHANNEL
5.00
0.007
-0.2
CHANNEL
2.50
0.014
-0.2
CHIPS
3.00
0.009
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.006
-0.2
CHIPS
6.00
0.014
0.2
CHIPS
5.50
0.009
-0.2
CHANNEL
0.30
2.590
2.2
0.335
0.8
CHANNEL
4.00
0.050
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.012
-0.2
CHANNEL
0.50
0.016
-0.2
CHANNEL
3.50
-0.005
-0.2
CHANNEL
4.50
-0.005
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
-0.005
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.026
-0.2
CHANNEL
5.00
0.021
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.006
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
5.00
0.005
-0.2
CHIPS
2.00
0.022
-0.2

As_ppm
1.02
0.68
0.44
0.88
1.2
1.63
0.89
0.67
0.88
0.7
2.14
0.86
0.31
1.8
0.66
1.03
1.01
1.92
1.54
0.51
0.92
0.84
1.86
1.04
0.73
1.69

B_ppm
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
3
-2
3
11
3
-2
2
-2
-2
2
-2
2
-2
2
-2
2

Ba_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

30
30
40
20
30
30
30
50
30
60
100
50
40
160
50
60
50
50
40
60
60
70
80
80
80
50

Be_ppm Bi_ppm
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5
-0.5

Ca_%
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
2
-2
16
-2
4
2
6
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

0.48
0.06
0.06
0.17
0.58
0.81
0.32
0.19
0.71
0.35
0.46
0.45
0.02
1.37
0.03
0.1
0.15
0.37
0.67
0.06
0.12
0.06
0.64
0.07
0.08
0.37

Cd_ppm Co_ppm Cr_ppm


Cu_ppm Fe_%
-0.5
5
46
241
-0.5
1
7
417
-0.5
1
6
63
-0.5
2
22
148
-0.5
9
39
391
-0.5
9
57
296
-0.5
5
26
114
-0.5
1
6
223
-0.5
4
122
135
-0.5
4
21
177
-0.5
9
180
1270
-0.5
11
4
808
-0.5
1
8
692
-0.5
13
44
3390
-0.5
5
10
660
-0.5
4
80
360
-0.5
17
1
281
-0.5
13
2
396
-0.5
6
8
492
-0.5
2
5
153
-0.5
3
29
164
-0.5
4
25
290
-0.5
7
43
376
-0.5
6
32
259
-0.5
10
31
649
-0.5
9
1
900

Ga_ppm
2.44
2.35
0.8
1.73
2.9
5.1
2.52
4.71
1.33
2.24
6
1.39
4.8
4.66
3.63
5.42
8.02
3.31
3.44
2.61
3.23
5.04
5.12
3.83
3.53
2.94

10
-10
-10
-10
-10
10
10
10
-10
-10
10
-10
-10
10
-10
10
10
10
10
-10
-10
10
10
-10
-10
-10

SampleID Hg_ppm K_%


218485
-1
218486
-1
218487
-1
218488
-1
218489
-1
218490
-1
218491
-1
218492
-1
218493
-1
218494
-1
218495
-1
218496
-1
218497
-1
218498
-1
218499
-1
218500
-1
218501
-1
218502
-1
218503
-1
218504
-1
218505
-1
218506
-1
218507
-1
218508
-1
218509
-1
218510
-1

La_ppm
0.12
0.12
0.13
0.1
0.17
0.19
0.17
0.13
0.06
0.13
0.26
0.09
0.14
0.57
0.14
0.19
0.19
0.16
0.08
0.18
0.18
0.23
0.27
0.32
0.21
0.13

Mg_%
60
10
40
50
90
30
40
20
90
10
20
20
10
20
20
10
-10
-10
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
-10

0.68
0.13
0.09
0.51
0.82
1.6
0.68
0.15
0.34
0.38
1.41
0.46
0.03
1.23
0.15
0.46
0.51
1.59
1.07
0.14
0.58
0.32
1.11
0.55
0.36
1.01

Mn_ppm Mo_ppm Na_%


185
1
52
6
48
1
118
4
188
4
287
2
149
1
71
8
137
-1
138
2
241
11
202
8
43
13
392
230
143
11
112
10
185
20
376
1
390
-1
55
2
114
9
96
22
266
3
137
13
145
23
286
59

Ni_ppm
0.06
0.02
0.08
0.07
0.06
0.09
0.07
0.05
0.05
0.06
0.04
0.05
0.03
0.18
0.03
0.05
0.08
0.06
0.05
0.06
0.06
0.05
0.12
0.04
0.04
0.04

P_ppm
24
6
4
16
30
39
12
2
17
17
38
7
1
19
6
9
1
4
3
2
9
8
17
14
13
2

630
600
100
250
710
1750
440
350
170
390
650
440
180
1000
270
410
510
540
440
280
460
450
1140
270
300
410

Pb_ppm

S_%
3
4
4
4
7
-2
2
4
3
2
3
2
-2
10
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
3
2
-2
2
-2

Sb_ppm
0.34
0.02
0.04
0.3
0.95
1.41
0.68
0.11
0.01
0.41
0.15
0.21
0.14
0.46
0.03
0.49
0.29
0.02
0.03
0.23
0.39
0.3
0.46
1
0.72
0.19

Sc_ppm
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2
-2

Sr_ppm
3
3
-1
3
4
5
3
2
3
2
11
2
1
6
3
5
4
5
5
1
4
3
7
3
1
4

Th_ppm
38
11
13
19
24
52
26
88
45
35
76
26
11
93
8
41
66
26
14
30
39
31
86
25
23
61

20
-20
20
30
40
-20
-20
-20
20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20
-20

Ti_%

Tl_ppm
0.17
0.04
0.01
0.08
0.14
0.3
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.09
0.16
0.07
0.01
0.19
0.02
0.09
0.1
0.08
0.01
0.05
0.08
0.03
0.14
0.06
0.03
0.08

U_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

V_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

W_ppm
56
17
4
35
61
129
40
107
24
26
87
26
16
104
16
47
86
91
69
14
39
31
97
28
14
45

Zn_ppm
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10
-10

18
7
5
20
20
29
14
5
13
13
28
12
2
62
6
10
8
28
17
5
14
10
25
10
9
28

Au_ppm Au_ppm_Grav Cu_AA46


0.016
0.01
-0.005
0.008
0.008
0.019
0.007
0.014
0.009
0.006
0.014
0.009
2.59
0.335
0.05
0.012
0.016
-0.005
-0.005
-0.005
0.026
0.021
0.006
0.005
0.005
0.022

APPENDIX II

Selected Maps and Sections Prepared by


Mawson Resources Ltd.
and Buenaventura Ingenieros. S.A.

PGS Pacific Geological Services

Page - 70

DDHAQ007
DDHAQ007
DDHAQ007

LA
LA BANDA
BANDA
1.55m@0.44g/tAu;
1.55m@0.44g/tAu;
1.55m@0.44g/tAu; 0.1%Cu;
0.1%Cu;
0.1%Cu; 0.62g/tAu-eq
0.62g/tAu-eq
0.62g/tAu-eq
0.1%Cu;
0.62g/tAu-eq
1.55m@0.44g/tAu;
1.55m@0.44g/tAu;
1.55m@0.44g/tAu;
0.1%Cu;
0.62g/tAu-eq

XIMENA
XIMENA 44
DDHAQ009
DDHAQ009
DDHAQ009

1.2m@16.52g/tAu;
1.2m@16.52g/tAu;
1.2m@16.52g/tAu; 3.5%Cu;
3.5%Cu;
3.5%Cu; 22.88g/tAu-eq
22.88g/tAu-eq
22.88g/tAu-eq
3.5%Cu;
22.88g/tAu-eq
1.2m@16.52g/tAu;
1.2m@16.52g/tAu;
1.2m@16.52g/tAu;
3.5%Cu;
22.88g/tAu-eq

5.4m@2.09g/tAu;
5.4m@2.09g/tAu;
5.4m@2.09g/tAu; 1.6%Cu;
1.6%Cu;
1.6%Cu; 4.99g/tAu-eq
4.99g/tAu-eq
4.99g/tAu-eq

0.60m@13.9g/tAu;
0.60m@13.9g/tAu;
0.60m@13.9g/tAu; 0.165%Cu;
0.165%Cu;
0.165%Cu; 14.2g/tAu-eq
14.2g/tAu-eq
14.2g/tAu-eq
0.165%Cu;
14.2g/tAu-eq
0.60m@13.9g/tAu;
0.60m@13.9g/tAu;
0.60m@13.9g/tAu;
0.165%Cu;
14.2g/tAu-eq

6.3m@0.41g/tAu;
6.3m@0.41g/tAu;
6.3m@0.41g/tAu; 0.1%Cu;
0.1%Cu;
0.1%Cu; 0.59g/tAu-eq
0.59g/tAu-eq
0.59g/tAu-eq

2.83m@5.95g/tAu;
2.83m@5.95g/tAu;
2.83m@5.95g/tAu; 9.93%Cu;
9.93%Cu;
9.93%Cu; 24.01g/tAu-eq
24.01g/tAu-eq
24.01g/tAu-eq
9.93%Cu;
24.01g/tAu-eq
2.83m@5.95g/tAu;
2.83m@5.95g/tAu;
2.83m@5.95g/tAu;
9.93%Cu;
24.01g/tAu-eq

6.05m@0.75g/tAu;
6.05m@0.75g/tAu;
6.05m@0.75g/tAu; 0.23%Cu;
0.23%Cu;
0.23%Cu; 1.16g/tAu-eq
1.16g/tAu-eq
1.16g/tAu-eq
0.23%Cu;
1.16g/tAu-eq
6.05m@0.75g/tAu;
6.05m@0.75g/tAu;
6.05m@0.75g/tAu;
0.23%Cu;
1.16g/tAu-eq

1.3m@15.99g/tAu;
1.3m@15.99g/tAu;
1.3m@15.99g/tAu; 0.13%Cu;
0.13%Cu;
0.13%Cu; 16.23g/tAu-eq
16.23g/tAu-eq
16.23g/tAu-eq
0.13%Cu;
16.23g/tAu-eq
1.3m@15.99g/tAu;
1.3m@15.99g/tAu;
1.3m@15.99g/tAu;
0.13%Cu;
16.23g/tAu-eq

1.4m@9.4g/tAu;
1.4m@9.4g/tAu;
1.4m@9.4g/tAu; 0.11%Cu;
0.11%Cu;
0.11%Cu; 9.59g/tAu-eq
9.59g/tAu-eq
9.59g/tAu-eq
0.11%Cu;
9.59g/tAu-eq
1.4m@9.4g/tAu;
1.4m@9.4g/tAu;
1.4m@9.4g/tAu;
0.11%Cu;
9.59g/tAu-eq
6.65m@0.48g/tAu;
6.65m@0.48g/tAu;
6.65m@0.48g/tAu; 0.5%Cu;
0.5%Cu;
0.5%Cu; 1.38g/tAu-eq
1.38g/tAu-eq
1.38g/tAu-eq
0.5%Cu;
1.38g/tAu-eq
6.65m@0.48g/tAu;
6.65m@0.48g/tAu;
6.65m@0.48g/tAu;
0.5%Cu;
1.38g/tAu-eq

1.1m@0.76g/tAu;
1.1m@0.76g/tAu;
1.1m@0.76g/tAu; 0.023%Cu;
0.023%Cu;
0.023%Cu; 0.798g/tAu-eq
0.798g/tAu-eq
0.798g/tAu-eq
0.023%Cu;
0.798g/tAu-eq
1.1m@0.76g/tAu;
1.1m@0.76g/tAu;
1.1m@0.76g/tAu;
0.023%Cu;
0.798g/tAu-eq

XIMENA
XIMENA II

3000
3000

XIMENA
XIMENA 22 yy 33

0.35m@34.1g/tAu;
0.35m@34.1g/tAu;
0.35m@34.1g/tAu; 0.58%Cu;
0.58%Cu;
0.58%Cu; 35.16g/tAu-eq
35.16g/tAu-eq
35.16g/tAu-eq
0.58%Cu;
35.16g/tAu-eq
0.35m@34.1g/tAu;
0.35m@34.1g/tAu;
0.35m@34.1g/tAu;
0.58%Cu;
35.16g/tAu-eq
1.3m@9.55g/tAu;
1.3m@9.55g/tAu;
1.3m@9.55g/tAu; 5.78%Cu;
5.78%Cu;
5.78%Cu; 20.07g/tAu-eq
20.07g/tAu-eq
20.07g/tAu-eq

1.5m@5.34g/tAu;
1.5m@5.34g/tAu;
1.5m@5.34g/tAu; 0.96%Cu;
0.96%Cu;
0.96%Cu; 7.09g/tAu-eq
7.09g/tAu-eq
7.09g/tAu-eq

DDHAQ006
DDHAQ006
DDHAQ006
DDHAQ006
DDHAQ006
DDHAQ006
DDHAQ008
DDHAQ008
DDHAQ008

DDHAQ005
DDHAQ005
DDHAQ005

DDHAQ011
DDHAQ011
DDHAQ011
DDHAQ011
DDHAQ011
DDHAQ011

DDHAQ00Y
DDHAQ00Y
DDHAQ00Y
DDHAQ00Y
DDHAQ00Y
DDHAQ00Y

DDHAQ00W
DDHAQ00W
DDHAQ00W
DDHAQ00W
DDHAQ00W

2800
2800

XIMENA 1

XIMENA 2 y 3
6.65m@0.48g/t Au
Incluye: 1.00m@2.40g/tAu

6.05m@0.75g/t Au
Incluye: 0.40m@4.50g/tAu

LA BANDA

5.40m@2.09g/tAu

6.30m@0.41g/t Au

1.10m@7.40g/t Au
1.40m@9.40g/t Au
1.30m@15.99g/t Au

2.83m@5.95g/t Au
Incluye: 1.70m@9.50g/tAu
1.90m@7.80g/t Au

1.20m@6.32g/t Au
1.20m@5.90g/t Au

1.00m@8.76g/tAu

0.60m@13.9g/t Au

1.20m@6.20g/t Au

1.30m@9.55g/t Au

3,000 msnm

3,000 msnm

>= 5 ppm Au

0.85m@85.16g/tAu
1.20m@16.52g/tAu

100 metros

100 metros

LEYENDA POR COLOR


LEY DE Au

MAWSON RESOURCES LTD.

LEYENDA POR TAMAO


ANCHO DE MUESTREO
>= 1.0 m

>=1.0 <5 ppm Au

>=0.8 <1.0 m

>=0.5 <1.0 ppm Au

>=0.6 <0.8 m

>=0.1 <0.5 ppm Au

>=0.4 <0.6 m

<0.1 ppm Au

<0.4 m

SONDAJE PROPUESTO

ALTO QUEMADO PROJECT, PERU


GEOLOGY
SECCION PROPERTY
LONGITUDINAL VETAS:
XIMENA - LA BANDA

SONDAJE PROPUESTO OPCIONAL


Nota: 0.5%Cu = 1 g/t Au

DDHAQ010
DDHAQ010
DDHAQ010
DDHAQ010
DDHAQ010
DDHAQ010

0.85m@85.16g/tAu;
0.85m@85.16g/tAu;
0.85m@85.16g/tAu; 0.72%Cu;
0.72%Cu;
0.72%Cu; 86.47g/tAu-eq
86.47g/tAu-eq
86.47g/tAu-eq
0.72%Cu;
86.47g/tAu-eq
0.85m@85.16g/tAu;
0.85m@85.16g/tAu;
0.85m@85.16g/tAu;
0.72%Cu;
86.47g/tAu-eq

DDHAQ00Z
DDHAQ00Z
DDHAQ00Z
DDHAQ00Z
DDHAQ00Z
DDHAQ00Z

XIMENA 4

SE
812000
812000

1.7m@0.21g/tAu;
1.7m@0.21g/tAu;
1.7m@0.21g/tAu; 0.01%Cu;
0.01%Cu;
0.01%Cu; 0.23g/tAu-eq
0.23g/tAu-eq
0.23g/tAu-eq
0.01%Cu;
0.23g/tAu-eq
1.7m@0.21g/tAu;
1.7m@0.21g/tAu;
1.7m@0.21g/tAu;
0.01%Cu;
0.23g/tAu-eq

811500
811500

1.5m@2.85g/tAu;
1.5m@2.85g/tAu;
1.5m@2.85g/tAu; 1.03%Cu;
1.03%Cu;
1.03%Cu; 4.72g/tAu-eq
4.72g/tAu-eq
4.72g/tAu-eq
1.03%Cu;
4.72g/tAu-eq
1.5m@2.85g/tAu;
1.5m@2.85g/tAu;
1.5m@2.85g/tAu;
1.03%Cu;
4.72g/tAu-eq

3200
3200

811000
811000

1.8m@1.29g/tAu;
1.8m@1.29g/tAu;
1.8m@1.29g/tAu; 0.07%Cu;
0.07%Cu;
0.07%Cu; 1.41g/tAu-eq
1.41g/tAu-eq
1.41g/tAu-eq
0.07%Cu;
1.41g/tAu-eq
1.8m@1.29g/tAu;
1.8m@1.29g/tAu;
1.8m@1.29g/tAu;
0.07%Cu;
1.41g/tAu-eq

810500
810500

809500
809500

810000
810000

NO

0.25m@144.0g/tAu;
0.25m@144.0g/tAu;
0.25m@144.0g/tAu; 0.027%Cu
0.027%Cu
0.027%Cu

SECCION LONGITUDINAL VETA XIMENA Y VETA LA BANDA

SCALE:
SEE SECC
SEE
GRID

PROJECTION:
PSAD 56/18S

DATE: Feb 2011


DRAWING BY:
TCQ-LGC

FIGURE:

09




-73.5
-73.5

-72.5
-72.5
-72.5

-73
-73
-73







-72
-72
-72

-71.5
-71.5
-71.5

-71
-71
-71

-70.5
-70.5
-70.5




-70
-70
-70

PUNO
PUNO




-16
-16
-16

-16
-16

ALTO
ALTO QUEMADO
QUEMADO
ZAFRANAL
ZAFRANAL



AREQUIPA
AREQUIPA

-16.5
-16.5

-16.5
-16.5
-16.5
-16.5


 CERRO
CERRO
VERDE
VERDE














Camana



 CHAPI
CHAPI


 LOS
LOS CALATOS
CALATOS
80

75

70

Matarani

COLOMBIA

ECUADOR

-17
-17
-17
-17
-17

-17
-17
-17


 TIA
TIA MARIA
MARIA

CUAJONE

 CUAJONE

Mollendo
5


 QUELLAVECO
QUELLAVECO

BRASIL
E
OC
o

TOQUEPALA

 TOQUEPALA

PERU

O
AN

10

10

PA
FI
CI
CO

BOLIVIA

-17.5
-17.5

ALTO
ALTO
ALTO
ALTOQUEMADO
QUEMADO
QUEMADO
QUEMADO
QUEMADO
ALTO
ALTO
ALTO
ALTO
QUEMADO
QUEMADO
QUEMADO

15

-17.5
-17.5
-17.5
-17.5
-17.5

15

LIMA

CHILE
80

75

70

MAWSON RESOURCES LTD.

SCALE:
-18
-18
-18
-18
-73.5
-73.5
-73.5
-73.5

LAT
LAT // LOG
LOG
PSAD
56/18S

-73
-73
-73
-73
-73
-73

DATE: Feb
Feb 2011
2011

FIGURE:

DRAWING
DRAWING
DRAWING
BY:
BY:
BY:
DRAWING
DRAWING
DRAWING
DRAWINGBY:
BY:
BY:
BY:
TCQ-LGC
LGC
LGC
LGC

04
04
-72.5
-72.5
-72.5
-72.5
-72.5
-72.5

100

50

-18
-18
-18

SEE
GRID
SEE
SEE BAR
BAR

PROJECTION:




Ilo

ALTO QUEMADO PROJECT, PERU


GEOLOGIA
GEOLOGIA
REGIONAL
REGIONAL -- INGEMMET
INGEMMET
(PROYECTO
(PROYECTO GR1)
GR1)
PROPERTY
GEOLOGY

kilometers
-72
-72
-72
-72
-72
-72

-71.5
-71.5
-71.5

TACNA
TACNA
-71
-71
-71
-71
-71
-71

-70.5
-70.5
-70.5
-70.5
-70.5
-70.5

-70
-70
-70
-70
-70
-70

809000 mE

809500 mE

810000 mE

810500 mE

811000 mE

811500 mE

812000 mE

812500 mE

75

!
!85

50

25
20

4360

20
vt ep (m)

45 65

70
50

50

vt ep (m)

80

!
f85

15

bloque GnGr fresco

!
70

! !

SANTA
SANTA MARIA
MARIA HILL
HILL

SM
2

FALLA TOTORAYOC

f
f

QD
QDA.
A. TO
TOTO
TORA
RAYO
YOC
C

UV

SM
2

SM
3

f
3,10
0

SM1

!
60

70

8222500 mN

f
f

AQL-13

LB1

UV

X1

SM1

!
!

f
!

X1

#
#
X2

!!

SM
3

!
X5

X4

f
X2

!
!

!
2
!

70

65

f f

56

f
f

70
70

72

85

85

LA

85 85
80

80

f ZORR

f
!

2,90
0

f!

45

80

80

!15

60

80
80

60

60

80

15

!
60

75

20

40

70

60

60
60

f
f

85

TO
RO
BR
AV
O

60

8222000 mN

AC

f
f

3065

f8075

30

VI
SC

ff

f!

O
DIN
AN

20

76

80

80

70
80 80
80

f
ff

00
3,3

f65

80

70

80
15

FA
LL

70

AD
A

80

45
80

45

75
8015

60

70

L
f
AL
Ff

LO
M

LA
LA BANDA
BANDA

LB1

VET
A LA
BAN
DA

f55

f f
f
f

VE
TA

70

30

DDHAQ010

60

f70

f8570

FA
LLA

DDHAQ00W*

60

20

60

f60

80

85

60

60

70

80 50

f
f

50

70

vt B y ep (w)

75

f f

40

65

!!

85

! f

!
f
f

f
f

X4

X7

X7

X5

f75

60

ff

60

8222500 mN

8223000 mN

vt qz con cl

50 OxCu
70 hm, jar(sup) +/-4m
qz-cl(s)
70

60

80
60

!
!
f
f

10

Fallas
Fallas

70

65

intemp
80

75

Rb/Bz
Rb/Bz Vetas/Estructuras
Vetas/Estructuras
85

Gngr 1/2 cl (m)

UNION
UNION VETAS
VETAS

70

intemp
80

80

Vetas
Vetas Mesotermales
Mesotermales

80 25

80

Gngr alcalino
Gngrgr

20

Foliacin
Foliacin del
del Intrusivo
Intrusivo Deformado
Deformado

10

65

60

85

f75

32

f!

Rb/Bz
Rb/Bz Fallas
Fallas yy Fracturas
Fracturas

!70

85
80

38

Sondaje
Sondaje Propuesto
Propuesto

45
45

80

Gneis FK gr
vlts ep (w)

f80
80
f60
60

80 70

sw goe-ser-hm-OxMn

Grdy/vt py-clo-ep-cpy (w)

30

35

Gngr 1/2

LEYENDA
LEYENDA

55

55

60

80

80

!!
80
!70200363
75

48
25

60

17

80
80 60

55

70

30

!78

75

CATEO floats qz hem viva

25
Gngr 1/2 vt ep.

40

f
!

80

40

58

50

50

38

45

80

!tz py-mt
75
!

78

25

70

AQL-10

45

FALLA VENADO

70
70

Gngr1/2 ep-mt (m)

50

44

77 Dk con OxCu

200364

LABOR
f

LABOR

45

75

f70

30 85

65

43
35

LABOR

hm sup
80

!f

30

XIMENA
XIMENA 11

3,000

vn qz-py-hm 10cm
Gngr 1/2 alt(w)
45 60
60

70

EL CHATO
EL
CHATO

AQL-08

60

75
35

60

qz-ser (s) live hm

65
65 80

85

75

hm sup
30

60

74

75

25

50

DDHAQ011

60

f f

43

80

ff

85 dike? Grgr Fk

35

90

!80
35
65
!

! 85 f

70
23

40

!35

f!

200357

80

!
60

30

60 AQL-11

45

35
65
35 80
80
15

65

78

82

25

200354

70

40

30

45

75

80

70

85

35
70

75

CATEO

LA
GU
ANA
CO

30

IME
NA

NANDITO
NANDITO

45

78

FAL

VE
TA
X

26

f60

XIMENA
XIMENA 22 Y
Y 33

clo (m)

23

85

RE
L60A

DDHAQ004

!75

21

DDHAQ005

60

f 200347
65

25
80

50

ser (s) live lim vt Qz "B"

f
30
f60
!

DDHAQ001
DDHAQ002

DDHAQ012*

23

clo+ep (m)

72

qz ser (s) vt qz (m)

f45!65

22

XIMENA
XIMENA 44

85

200361

45
POZO AGUA

45

70

40

30

55

f70

50

f 57
26
75
53 55
! !f
76
f

60

! ep (w)

45

55

DDHAQ00Y*
VE
TA
FI
O
DDHAQ006

DDHAQ007

65

! 25
!

!58

80

!!

200362

f5565

30

85

75
Dy fina cl-ep
45

55 45

56

28

30 80
75 py cl-ep (m)
mdy

65

f
!

60

45

DDHAQ00X*

qz-ser (s)
72

60

ser (w)-clo(m)

sw qz-py-ser

ep (m) vt

50

40

50
30tz
45
py

!
f

28
51

f
!

45

Boulders
55
Qz-OxFe

65

60
75

65

70
dy fina

30

70

DDHAQ008

63

60

f
50

85

33

70

70
40
75

vt ep (m)

20

45

f
f
f

f
2
58

50

8062

cl (w)
60
80 75
py-ep (w)
40

clo (s)

60
OxFe (10cm) ep(m)

Gngr 1/2

3,200

45

75
35

60

40

52

Gngrgr cl (w) vt ep (w) N 130

!
20 70
!70f
70
70
f
3340
!
!
35
!85
f

80

25

88

30

28

8223500 mN

f
vn qz-OxFe-OxCu

55
ff
55 50
!
LABOR

45

30

vlt ep, clo (s)

18

55

54

30

40

28

boulder qz lechoso

55
vt ep (s)

8223500 mN

77

PLANTA
PLANTA ARTESANAL
ARTESANAL

f75

Gndy

CATEO nn qz

70

60

!
24 40
40
f
!

45

65
77

25

vt ep (w)

35

!
42

45

4558

30

60

54

75

hm en vt

vt ep+qz

58

Grgr cl-mus (m)45


!
70 40

DDHAQ009

66

60
40

mdy horfels
40

45

!
!

30

40

75
cl - ep - hem (w) dis

Dk cl-ep-dy
(m)
40

50 AQ-21

65

75

f
!
!!

f
!

60

55

45

55

56

CAMPAMENTO
CAMPAMENTO

60

!60

Gngr 1/2
(m)
33 ep+clo
35
77

35

! 40
!

35
50

16

55

42

60

! f
f

80
cl-OxFe (w) ep vt (w)

47

20

25

f65

60

55

55

55

ep (w)

40
75

85

23

!vt20ep (m-w)

25

boulders Qz-hem (w)


vnl ep (s)

f85
60
852m diam
!
qzdy

vt ep (m)

45
boulder qz-OxFe

!60

!
!

30

30

30

vt ep (m)

f
70

20

!70

50

70

f#

40

18
37

40

70

60

25
53
mdy angulo plano corta gneis
30

55

8223000 mN

40

8224000 mN

!60

8224000 mN

55

42

40
40

8222000 mN

65

25

85

!
!

80

15

Fallas
Fallas Interpretadas
Interpretadas

Carretera
Carretera

ep manchas
38

Lnea
Lnea de
de Seccin
Seccin

Monzodiorita
Monzodiorita // Dioritas
Dioritas

60

80

70

8221500 mN

Granodiorita
Granodiorita

7070

25

f
f

f
gneis
bloques
asimilados Grdy
Q
60

Cuarzomonzonita
Cuarzomonzonita

8221500 mN

15

ep manchas
85

Denuncios
Denuncios

Microdiorita
Microdiorita

Trinchera
Trinchera

Granodiorita
Granodiorita del
del Batolito
Batolito (136
(136 Ma)
Ma)
Intrusivo
Intrusivo Deformado:
Deformado:
Grantico/Diortico
Grantico/Diortico

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8221000 mN

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809000 mE

809500 mE

810000 mE

810500 mE

811000 mE

811500 mE

812000 mE

812500 mE

250

8221000 mN

809000 mE

809500 mE

810000 mE

810500 mE

811000 mE

811500 mE

812000 mE

812500 mE

75

!
!85

50

25
20

4360

65

20
vt ep (m)

70
50

45 65

50

vt ep (m)

80

!
f85

15

bloque GnGr fresco

!
70

! !

SM
2

FALLA TOTORAYOC

f
f

QD
QDA.
A. TO
TOTO
TORA
RAYO
YOC
C

UV

SM
2

SM
3

f
3,10
0

SM
3

SM1

!
!

f
!

X1

#
#

SANTA
SANTA MARIA
MARIA HILL
HILL

!
X2

!!

SM1

!
70

70

60

65

8222500 mN

f
f

AQL-13

LB1

UV

X1

!
X5

X4

f
X2

!
!

f f

56

80

f70

f
f

f
f

70
70

f
f

85

85

LA

f
!

2,90
0

f!

80

60

60

80

15

!
60

75

20

40

70

60

60
60

f
f

85

TO
RO
BR
AV
O

60

80

60

8222000 mN

80

!15

f
f

45

80

f
ff

ff

AC

76

O
DIN
AN

3065

f8075

30

VI
SC

70
80 80
80

f!

80

80

70

80

80

f ZORR

00
3,3

f65

80

20

70

85 85

80
15

FA
LL

AD
A

80

60

45
80

45

75
8015

LA
LA BANDA
BANDA

70

L
f
AL
Ff

LO
M

VET
A LA
BAN
DA

f55

f f
f
f

VE
TA

70

DDHAQ010

60

72

30

60

f8570

FA
LLA

DDHAQ00W*

85

20

60

f60

vt B y ep (w)

60

60

70

f f

50

70

80 50

intemp
80

75

10

40

65

!!

85

LB1

X7

!
!

!
2
!

f75

60

! f

vt qz con cl

60

65

50 OxCu
70 hm, jar(sup) +/-4m
qz-cl(s)
70

60

80
60

!
f
f

f
f

X4

X7

X5

70

8223000 mN

Gngr 1/2 cl (m)

!
!
f
f

8222500 mN

f
80 25

UNION
UNION VETAS
VETAS

70

75

Fallas
Fallas

f75

10

60

85

80

80

Rb/Bz
Rb/Bz Vetas/Estructuras
Vetas/Estructuras
85

55

Grdy/vt py-clo-ep-cpy (w)

65

80

intemp

20

Vetas
Vetas Mesotermales
Mesotermales

!!
80
!70200363
75

!70

Gngr alcalino
Gngrgr

f!

Foliacin
Foliacin del
del Intrusivo
Intrusivo Deformado
Deformado

80 70

sw goe-ser-hm-OxMn

32

38

Rb/Bz
Rb/Bz Fallas
Fallas yy Fracturas
Fracturas

80

80

85
80

f80
80
f60
60

80

30

Gneis FK gr
vlts ep (w)

Gngr 1/2

LEYENDA
LEYENDA

60

17

55

60

80

!tz py-mt
75
!

40

AQL-08

48
25

35

50

80
80 60

!
55

70

AQL-10

f
!

70

Sondaje
Sondaje Propuesto
Propuesto

45
45

!78

75

30

50

CATEO floats qz hem viva

25
Gngr 1/2 vt ep.

44

77 Dk con OxCu

200364

f70
80

40

58

45

75

38

45

65

78

25

60

qz-ser (s) live hm

EL CHATO
EL
CHATO

45

FALLA VENADO

70
70

Gngr1/2 ep-mt (m)

50

74

75

LABOR
f

LABOR

LA
GU
ANA
CO

43
35

LABOR

hm sup
80

!f

30

30 85

60

60

vn qz-py-hm 10cm
Gngr 1/2 alt(w)
45 60
60

30

65
65 80

75
35

3,000

85
70

XIMENA
XIMENA 11

75

hm sup
30

60

f f

43

80

75

25

50

DDHAQ011

ff

85 dike? Grgr Fk

90

!80
35
65
!

!
35

! 85 f

70
23

40

!35

200357

80

f!

82

!
60

65

78

CATEO

60 AQL-11

45

35
65
35 80
80
15

70

40

200354

85

30

25

75

80

70

NANDITO
NANDITO

30

IME
NA

FAL

45

78

35
70

VE
TA
X

26

45

XIMENA
XIMENA 22 Y
Y 33

clo (m)

23

f60

85

DDHAQ004

f 200347
65

RE
L60A

50

ser (s) live lim vt Qz "B"

60

!75

21

DDHAQ005

23

clo+ep (m)

f
30
f60
!

DDHAQ001

25
80

72

DDHAQ002

DDHAQ012*

! ep (w)

22

qz ser (s) vt qz (m)

f45!65

30 80
75 py cl-ep (m)
mdy

XIMENA
XIMENA 44

85

200361

45
POZO AGUA

50

f 57
26
75
53 55
! !f
76
f

60

70

45

40

30

55

f70

!!

56

28

200362

f5565

45

55

DDHAQ00Y*
VE
TA
FI
O
DDHAQ006

DDHAQ007

65

55 45

60

ser (w)-clo(m)

!58

80

75
Dy fina cl-ep
45

60

45

DDHAQ00X*

qz-ser (s)
72

ep (m) vt

85

sw qz-py-ser

!
f

65

! 25
!

50
30tz
45
py

28
51

f
!

50

f
!

30

60
75

45

40

70

DDHAQ008

65

65

30

60

70
dy fina

33

50

63

Boulders
55
Qz-OxFe

ff

85

70
40
75

vt ep (m)

70

58

50

8062

cl (w)
60
80 75
py-ep (w)
40

20

45

3,200

45

75
35

60
OxFe (10cm) ep(m)

Gngr 1/2

Gngrgr cl (w) vt ep (w) N 130

60

!
20 70
!70f
70
70
f
3340
!
!
35
!85
f

80

25

88

40

28

clo (s)

f
f
f

f
2

vn qz-OxFe-OxCu

55
ff
55 50
!
LABOR

45

28

30

40

30

vlt ep, clo (s)

54

CATEO nn qz

30

52

77

boulder qz lechoso

55
vt ep (s)

8223500 mN

f
25

18

55

Gndy

PLANTA
PLANTA ARTESANAL
ARTESANAL

f75

!
24 40
40
f
!

70

65
77

45

f
60

54

vt ep (w)

!
42

45

4558

30

60

Grgr cl-mus (m)45


!
70 40

75

hm en vt

vt ep+qz

58

35

40

DDHAQ009

66

60
40

mdy horfels

8223500 mN

45

!
!

30

40

75
cl - ep - hem (w) dis

50 AQ-21

65

75

f
!
!!

f
!

60

45

Dk cl-ep-dy
(m)
40

55

60

55

56

!60

Gngr 1/2
(m)
33 ep+clo
35
77

35

! 40
!

35
50

16

55

42

60

! f
f

80
cl-OxFe (w) ep vt (w)

47

20

25

f65

60

55

CAMPAMENTO
CAMPAMENTO

55

55

ep (w)

40
75

85

23

!vt20ep (m-w)

25

boulders Qz-hem (w)


vnl ep (s)

f85
60
852m diam
!
qzdy

vt ep (m)

45
boulder qz-OxFe

!60

!
!

30

30

30

vt ep (m)

f
70

20

!70

50

70

f#

40

18
37

40

70

60

25
53
mdy angulo plano corta gneis
30

55

8223000 mN

40

8224000 mN

!60
!

8224000 mN

55

42

40
40

8222000 mN

f
25

85

!
!

80

15

Fallas
Fallas Interpretadas
Interpretadas

Carretera
Carretera

ep manchas
38

Lnea
Lnea de
de Seccin
Seccin

Monzodiorita
Monzodiorita // Dioritas
Dioritas

60

80

70

8221500 mN

Granodiorita
Granodiorita

7070

25

f
f

f
gneis
bloques
asimilados Grdy
Q
60

Cuarzomonzonita
Cuarzomonzonita

8221500 mN

15

ep manchas
85

Denuncios
Denuncios

Microdiorita
Microdiorita

Trinchera
Trinchera

Granodiorita
Granodiorita del
del Batolito
Batolito (136
(136 Ma)
Ma)
Intrusivo
Intrusivo Deformado:
Deformado:
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Grantico/Diortico

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SUBJECT TO RETURN ON DEMAND.

809000 mE

809500 mE

810000 mE

810500 mE

811000 mE

811500 mE

812000 mE

812500 mE

250

8221000 mN

APPENDIX III

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10100e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222600 N
810100 E

8222800 N
810100 E

8223000 N
810100 E

8223200 N
810100 E

8223400 N
810100 E

10100e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
810100 E

8223800 N
810100 E

8222600 N
810100 E

8222800 N
810100 E

8223000 N
810100 E

8223200 N
810100 E

8223400 N
810100 E

8223600 N
810100 E

8223800 N
810100 E

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3300

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3250

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3200

3200

3200

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3100

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3050

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3000

2950

2950

2900

2900

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5
3000

3000

2950

2950

2.5

13.8
2900

2900

2850

2850

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

msec

10300e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222400 N
810300 E

8222600 N
810300 E

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810300 E

8223000 N
810300 E

8223200 N
810300 E

8223400 N
810300 E

1.7
ohm.m log10

10300e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
810300 E

8223800 N
810300 E

8222400 N
810300 E

8222600 N
810300 E

8222800 N
810300 E

8223000 N
810300 E

8223200 N
810300 E

8223400 N
810300 E

8223600 N
810300 E

8223800 N
810300 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8
2900

2900

2850

2850

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

msec

10500e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222400 N
810500 E

8222600 N
810500 E

8222800 N
810500 E

8223000 N
810500 E

8223200 N
810500 E

8223400 N
810500 E

1.7
ohm.m log10

10500e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
810500 E

8223800 N
810500 E

8222400 N
810500 E

8222600 N
810500 E

8222800 N
810500 E

8223000 N
810500 E

8223200 N
810500 E

8223400 N
810500 E

8223600 N
810500 E

8223800 N
810500 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8
2900

2900

2850

2850

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

msec

10700e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222400 N
810700 E

8222600 N
810700 E

8222800 N
810700 E

8223000 N
810700 E

8223200 N
810700 E

8223400 N
810700 E

1.7
ohm.m log10

10700e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
810700 E

8223800 N
810700 E

8222400 N
810700 E

8222600 N
810700 E

8222800 N
810700 E

8223000 N
810700 E

8223200 N
810700 E

8223400 N
810700 E

8223600 N
810700 E

8223800 N
810700 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8
2900

2900

2850

2850

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

msec

10900e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222600 N
810900 E

8222800 N
810900 E

8223000 N
810900 E

8223200 N
810900 E

8223400 N
810900 E

1.7
ohm.m log10

10900e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
810900 E

8223800 N
810900 E

8222600 N
810900 E

8222800 N
810900 E

8223000 N
810900 E

8223200 N
810900 E

8223400 N
810900 E

8223600 N
810900 E

8223800 N
810900 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2900

2900

2850

2850

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

1.7

msec

11100e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222600 N
811100 E

8222800 N
811100 E

8223000 N
811100 E

8223200 N
811100 E

8223400 N
811100 E

8223600 N
811100 E

ohm.m log10

11100e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223800 N
811100 E

8224000 N
811100 E

8222600 N
811100 E

8222800 N
811100 E

8223000 N
811100 E

8223200 N
811100 E

8223400 N
811100 E

8223600 N
811100 E

8223800 N
811100 E

8224000 N
811100 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2900

2900

2850

2850

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

1.7

msec

11300e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222600 N
811300 E

8222800 N
811300 E

8223000 N
811300 E

8223200 N
811300 E

8223400 N
811300 E

11300e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
811300 E

8222600 N
811300 E

8222800 N
811300 E

8223000 N
811300 E

8223200 N
811300 E

8223400 N
811300 E

8223600 N
811300 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2900

2900

2850

2850

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

1.7

msec

11500e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222600 N
811500 E

8222800 N
811500 E

8223000 N
811500 E

8223200 N
811500 E

8223400 N
811500 E

8223600 N
811500 E

8222600 N
811500 E

8222800 N
811500 E

8223000 N
811500 E

8223200 N
811500 E

8223400 N
811500 E

8223600 N
811500 E

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2900

2900

2850

2850

2850

2850

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8

2.1

0.0
2800

2800

1.7

msec

11700e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222800 N
811700 E

8223000 N
811700 E

8223200 N
811700 E

8223400 N
811700 E

ohm.m log10

11500e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)

3350

8222600 N
811700 E

ohm.m log10

ohm.m log10

11700e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
811700 E

8223800 N
811700 E

8222600 N
811700 E

8222800 N
811700 E

8223000 N
811700 E

8223200 N
811700 E

8223400 N
811700 E

8223600 N
811700 E

8223800 N
811700 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

3200

3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

2950

2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2900

2900

2850

2850

2850

2850

2800

2800

2800

2800

55.0

3.2

41.3

2.8

27.5

2.5

13.8

2.1

0.0
msec

Scale 1: 10 000
1.7
ohm.m log10

200

400

600

metres

11900e Chargeability Model (msec)


8222600 N
811900 E

8222800 N
811900 E

8223000 N
811900 E

8223200 N
811900 E

8223400 N
811900 E

11900e Resistivity Model (ohm.m log10)


8223600 N
811900 E

8223800 N
811900 E

8222600 N
811900 E

8222800 N
811900 E

8223000 N
811900 E

8223200 N
811900 E

8223400 N
811900 E

8223600 N
811900 E

8223800 N
811900 E

3350

3350

3350

3350

3300

3300

3300

3300

3250

3250

3250

3250

55.0
3200

3200

3200

3150

3150

3150

3150

3100

3100

3100

3100

3050

3050

3050

3050

3000

3000

3000

3000

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2950

2950

2950

2900

2900

2900

2900

2850

2850

2850

2850

41.3

2.5

13.8

50m Pole - Dipole IP data


Zonge Smooth Model Inversion
resistivity model displayed in log10 ohm.m
Chargeability Model contours on Resistivity Model

2.1

0.0
msec

IP Model Stack
2.8

27.5

2800

Alto Quemado Project - Arequipa Peru


3.2

3200

2800

Mawson Resources Ltd.

2800

2800

Author : DJM
1.7
ohm.m log10

Ref : PSAD56 Zn18

Drawn : Montana GIS


Date : 3-Jul-2010

Report No :

Scale 1: 10 000

Plan No :

800

Chargeability Depthslice 0015m (msec)


810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0035m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0055m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0075m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

3.3

8223000

8223000

8222500

2.9

811000 E

811500 E

811000 E

2.9

2.9

8223000

8223000

3.3

8223000

8223000

2.5

2.5

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.1

8222500

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

8222500

8222500

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

810500 E

811000 E

8222500

8222500

810500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0115m (msec)

811500 E

811000 E

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

811500 E

810500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0135m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

8222500

811000 E

811500 E

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

Chargeability Depthslice 0155m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

3.3

8223000

8223000

8222500

2.9

811000 E

811500 E

3.3

811000 E

2.9

2.1

2.1

2.1

2.1

8222500

8222500

8222500

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

810500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0195m (msec)


810500 E

811000 E

811000 E

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

3.3

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

3.3

8223000

2.9

2.5

2.1

2.1

2.1

8222500

8222500

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

811500 E

2.9

8223000

8223000

2.5

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

811000 E

3.3

2.5

8222500

810500 E

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

811500 E

8224000

8223000

8222500

Chargeability Depthslice 0215m (msec)

811500 E

8224000

2.9

8222500

8222500

8224000

8222500

2.9

2.5

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

8223000

8223000

8223000

2.5

811500 E

8223000

2.9

8223000

8223000

3.3

2.5

Chargeability Depthslice 0175m (msec)


810500 E

8223000

8223000

3.3

2.5

8222500

810500 E

2.9

2.5

Chargeability Depthslice 0095m (msec)


810500 E

8223000

8223000

3.3

2.5

8222500

810500 E

3.3

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

8222500

8222500

810500 E

811000 E

1.8
ohm.m (log10)

811500 E

Mawson Resources Ltd.


Alto Quemado Project - Arequipa Peru
Resistivity Model Depth Slices
50m Pole - Dipole IP data
Zonge Smooth Model Inversion
resistivity model displayed in log10 ohm.m
Chargeability Model contours on Resistivity Model
Scale 1: 20 000

500

1000
metres

1500

Author : DJM

Ref : PSAD56 Zn18

Drawn : Montana GIS

Images: Linear Stretch

Date : 3-Jul-2010

Report No :

Scale 1: 20 000

Plan No :

Chargeability Depthslice 0015m (msec)


810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0035m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0055m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0075m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

55.0

8223000

8223000

8222500

42.5

55.0

8223000

8223000

811500 E

811000 E

30.0

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

8222500

8222500

8222500

8222500

8222500

5.0

msec

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

8222500

5.0

msec

810500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0115m (msec)

811500 E

811000 E

5.0

msec

811500 E

810500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0135m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811000 E

msec

811500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0155m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

55.0

8223000

8223000

8222500

42.5

55.0

8223000

8223000

811500 E

811000 E

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

8222500

8222500

8222500

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

msec

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

55.0

55.0

8223000

811000 E

811500 E

17.5

17.5

17.5
8222500

8222500

8222500

5.0
810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

811500 E

42.5

8223000

8223000

30.0

5.0
810500 E

42.5

30.0

8222500

811000 E

55.0

30.0

8222500
msec

810500 E

msec

811500 E

8224000

8222500

5.0

msec

Chargeability Depthslice 0215m (msec)

811500 E

8223000

8222500

5.0

Chargeability Depthslice 0195m (msec)

42.5

8222500

8222500

5.0

msec

8223000

42.5

30.0

811500 E

8223000

8223000

8223000

30.0

Chargeability Depthslice 0175m (msec)


810500 E

42.5

8223000

8223000

55.0

30.0

5.0
811000 E

42.5

55.0

30.0

8222500

810500 E

42.5

30.0

Chargeability Depthslice 0095m (msec)


810500 E

8223000

8223000

30.0

5.0
811000 E

42.5

8223000

8223000

55.0

30.0

8222500

810500 E

42.5

55.0

msec

5.0
810500 E

811000 E

msec

811500 E

Mawson Resources Ltd.


Alto Quemado Project - Arequipa Peru
IP Model Depth Slices
50m Pole - Dipole IP data
Zonge Smooth Model Inversion

Scale 1: 20 000

500

1000
metres

1500

Author : DJM

Ref : PSAD56 Zn18

Drawn : Montana GIS

Images: Linear Stretch

Date : 3-Jul-2010

Report No :

Scale 1: 20 000

Plan No :

Chargeability Depthslice 0015m (msec)


810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0035m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0055m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0075m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

55.0

8223000

8223000

8222500

42.5

55.0

8223000

8223000

811500 E

811000 E

30.0

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

8222500

8222500

8222500

8222500

8222500

5.0

msec

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

8222500

5.0

msec

810500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0115m (msec)

811500 E

811000 E

5.0

msec

811500 E

810500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0135m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811000 E

msec

811500 E

Chargeability Depthslice 0155m (msec)

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

55.0

8223000

8223000

8222500

42.5

55.0

8223000

8223000

811500 E

811000 E

17.5

17.5

17.5

17.5

8222500

8222500

8222500

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

msec

810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

810500 E

811000 E

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8224000

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

8223500

55.0

55.0

8223000

811000 E

811500 E

17.5

17.5

17.5
8222500

8222500

8222500

5.0
810500 E

811000 E

811500 E

811500 E

42.5

8223000

8223000

30.0

5.0
810500 E

42.5

30.0

8222500

811000 E

55.0

30.0

8222500
msec

810500 E

msec

811500 E

8224000

8222500

5.0

msec

Chargeability Depthslice 0215m (msec)

811500 E

8223000

8222500

5.0

Chargeability Depthslice 0195m (msec)

42.5

8222500

8222500

5.0

msec

8223000

42.5

30.0

811500 E

8223000

8223000

8223000

30.0

Chargeability Depthslice 0175m (msec)


810500 E

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8223000

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810500 E

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Chargeability Depthslice 0095m (msec)


810500 E

8223000

8223000

30.0

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42.5

8223000

8223000

55.0

30.0

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55.0

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810500 E

811000 E

msec

811500 E

Mawson Resources Ltd.


Alto Quemado Project - Arequipa Peru
IP Model Depth Slices
50m Pole - Dipole IP data
Zonge Smooth Model Inversion

Scale 1: 20 000

500

1000
metres

1500

Author : DJM

Ref : PSAD56 Zn18

Drawn : Montana GIS

Images: Linear Stretch

Date : 3-Jul-2010

Report No :

Scale 1: 20 000

Plan No :

Canadian Securities
Administrators

Autorits canadiennes
en valeurs mobilires

PGS PACIFIC GEOLOGICAL SERVICES


John Nebocat, Geologist, P. Eng.
R.R.#5, 1486 Islandview Drive, Gibsons, B.C. V0N 1V5
Tel/Fax: (604) 886-3499 Cellular: (604) 989-4222
e-mail: jnebocat@eastlink.ca

CERTIFICATE of AUTHOR
I, John Nebocat, P. Eng. do hereby certify that:
1.

I am currently employed as an independent consultant by:


PGS Pacific Geological Services
RR#5, 1486 Islandview Drive
Gibsons, B.C. V0N 1V5

2.

I graduated with a bachelor's degree in Geological Engineering (Honours) from the


Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology in 1984. In addition, I have
obtained a Diploma in Mining Technology from the British Columbia Institute of
Technology, Burnaby, B.C., in 1974.

3.

I am a member of the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia.

4.

I have worked as a geologist for a total of 25 years since my graduation from university.

5.

I have read the definition of "qualified person" set out in National Instrument 43-101
("NI 43-101") and certify that by reason of my education, affiliation with a professional
association (as defined in NI 43-101) and past relevant work experience, I fulfill the
requirements to be a "qualified person" for the purposes of NI 43-101.

6.

I am responsible for the preparation of all sections the technical report titled, Report on
the Geology and Mineralization of the Alto Quemado Gold-Copper Property Near
Arequipa, Peru and dated 05/15/2011 (the "Technical Report") relating to the Alto
Quemado 1, Relleno 1, Soltero 1, Relleno 3, Relleno 4 and Alto Quemado 2004
properties. I visited the Alto Quemado 1 and Soltero 1 properties on October 25 and
October 26 for two (2) days.

7.

I have not had prior involvement with the properties that are the subject of the Technical
Report.

8.

I am not aware of any material fact or material change with respect to the subject matter
of the Technical Report that is not reflected in the Technical Report, the omissions to
disclose which makes the Technical Report misleading.
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9.

I am independent of the issuer applying all of the tests in section 1.4 of National
Instrument 43-101.

10.

I have read National Instrument 43-101 and Form 43-101F, and the Technical Report has
been prepared in compliance with that instrument and form.

11.

I consent to the filing of the Technical Report with any stock exchange and other
regulatory authority and any publication by them, including electronic publications in the
public company files on their websites accessible by the public, of the Technical Report.

Dated this 19th Day of May, 2011.

JOHN NEBOCAT, P.ENG.

Administering the Canadian Securities Regulatory System


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