BLACK TUSK TALKS MCKENZIE MAGNETOMETER SURVEY RESULTS
Mr. Richard Penn reports
BLACK TUSK RESOURCES INC. RECEIVES MAGNETOMETER SURVEYING RESULTS FOR THE MCKENZIE EAST GOLD PROJECT, VAL-D OR, QUEBEC
Black Tusk Resources Inc. has provided a summary of results from magnetometer surveying that was completed on the McKenzie East project located 30 kilometres north of Val d'Or, Que. The survey was conducted by Geophysique TMC, utilizing Vision 4K unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV-drone) carrying a Scintrex Cs-Vl cesium vapour magnetometer. The majority of the claims were covered at 50-metre line spacing.
The high-resolution drone magnetic survey totalled 286.45 kilometres of flight line. The survey data and maps have been submitted to Black Tusk from the survey contractor, as well as a summary report prepared by Marc Boivin, professional geoscientist, of Geophysical Consultants MB Solutions. The report provides three-dimensional inversions and interpretations of the magnetic survey. The results show highly detailed magnetic features that, when added to other data such as historic drill hole and bedrock sampling results, create potential targets for follow-up drilling.
The magnetic survey results show a complex pattern relating to the geological setting. The consultant's report identifies several bedrock units that are characterized by high magnetic responses, including mineralized diorite that may be targets for future exploration. As well, two classes of structures were interpreted as major and minor based upon magnetic patterns.
"We are extremely pleased with the results of the magnetic survey over our McKenzie East gold project in Val d'Or. Further analysis of the results will now be undertaken, with ground follow-up of potential drill targets in the spring of 2020," stated, Black Tusk chief executive officer Richard Penn.
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