Cork Tree Prospect
The Cork Tree Prospect (Figure 3) is the most advanced target within the project area, located within E52/2057. Kalamazoo has identified it as a priority drill target based on re-interpreting geochemical and shallow drilling results generated by previous exploration in the light of a revised regional geological interpretation.
Previous drilling has defined an extensive shallow copper anomaly over an area 2km by 1km with frequent values in excess of 0.1% Cu. The malachite mineralisation is hosted by weathered dolomitic rocks adjacent to the interpreted Southern Boundary Fault that is modelled as a major conduit for mineralising fluids and is itself the priority target for Kalamazoo’s future exploration.
A number of other base metal prospects have been identified elsewhere in the Project area, notably Merah, Terra Rossa, Elmo and Brimstone, all of which require follow-up evaluation.
Kalamazoo’s exploration program aims to develop new base metal targets within the Cork Tree Project through undertaking regional geophysical and geochemical surveys over areas where coverage by previous explorers has been poor. Drill testing of targets generated will then follow.