Vertical section of the G1 and G2 anomalies

Golden Arrow Resources Corporation (TSX-V: GRG) identified one or more zones of moderate conductivity within 250m of the surface at its Rosales Copper Project, interpreted to correlate with near-surface conductivity anomalies reported in June.
The information stems from an additional TEM sounding survey that also detected a more prominent sub-horizontal conductor at approximately 500m depth, and with occasional sub-vertical zones of increased conductivity connecting the near-surface and deep conductive features.
The conductivity anomaly targets reported in June were G1 and G2, covering 850x500m and 600x400m at surface, approximately 500m apart, and starting 100m below surface.
Golden Arrow will now proceed with a 3,000m phased reverse circulation drill program starting with 1,400m in August to test the upper and lower conductors and confirm the interpretation, and then 1,600m to test the extent of the anomalies as well as other targets.
The new data suggests a stratabound or mantos-style copper deposit model, which is further supported by the mineralization, alteration and host rocks identified to date at Rosales, stated Brian McEwen, Golden Arrow’s VP of Exploration and Development.

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