Goldstar begins geophysics survey at Lake George property in Canada
Goldstar Minerals is pleased to announce that a detailed ground geophysics survey has commenced on its Lake George Property, located in New Brunswick, Canada.
Goldstar is focused on developing deposits that contain gold and technology metals such as high-value tungsten, in leading mining jurisdictions in Canada.
Géophysique TMC Inc. from Val-D'Or, Québec was commissioned to perform an induced polarization (IP) survey consisting of approximately 25 line-kilometers with stations every 25 metres and lines spaced every 200 metres, covering and comprising 1.5 kilometres of strike length of the presumed Coyote gold zone, the area in the vicinity of hole LG-16-06 and the Waterloo Lake gold zone area, all identified and discovered by diamond-drilling and outcrop sampling last Fall of 2016.
This additional IP survey will provide important information for establishing the size and direction of prominent structures already identified and may outline new anomalies, and additional favorable structures. This IP work will allow Goldstar to efficiently trench and sample already identified and new potentially gold bearing structures, prior to undertaking a second diamond-drilling program.
Source: Company Press Release