PGB project - exploration September 2008
GGL geologist Katie McLean notes an area of underwater staining, which led to a closer look ... (see next photo) ...
… and to the sampling of the sulfides, seen here shimmering at the water line and underwater, below Katie's hammer. Paying attention to small things can help deliver good results.
GGL geologists (from L to R) Andrew Watkins, Chris Hrkac, and Katie McLean, with Gary Vivian (Aurora Geosciences and project QP), examine an outcrop on mineralized area 1026 in the southern end of the PGB.
Area TZA on the PGB is an extensive area and one of GGL’s VMS prospects. Samples taken here have produced significant values of copper, zinc, silver, lead and gold; the area also demonstrates size potential as seen in the recent VTEM survey.
Also on TZA, geologists Katie McLean (sitting) and Chris Hrkac and Assistant Secretary Jurgen Lau pause to survey the area looking north from the gossan zone.
GGL President and CEO Ray Hrkac examines an area of extensive mineralization in the northwest corner of the GGL PGB claim group. He is standing in front of a “kill zone”, where the mineralization has killed the vegetation. Although the kill zone makes it possible to see the mineralization at the surface in this particular location, significant overburden and vegetation covers most of the mineralization.
Aurora Geosciences geologist (and project QP) Gary Vivian (left) and GGL exploration manager Chris Hrkac examine an area of extensive mineralization in the northwest area of the PGB claim group.
Geologists Chris Hrkac and Gary Vivian, with GGL assistant secretary Jurgen Lau, take a closer look at sulfides in the north central area of the PGB.
In early to mid- September, the temperatures are dropping and the tundra begins to change color …