New Gneiss-Hosted Gold, Arsenic, and Bismuth Soil Anomalies Point to Pogo-like Targets
VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 26, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – Tectonic Metals Inc. (TSX-V: TECT;OTCQB: TETOF ) ("Tectonic" or the "Company") today announced the results of the Company’s Summer 2020 soil sampling campaign at the Tibbs Gold Project ("Tibbs"), located 35 kilometres ("km") east of Northern Star Resources’ Pogo Gold Mine ("Pogo") in the Goodpaster Mining District ("Goodpaster"), Alaska. Tectonic’s soil sampling targeted the underexplored, western portion of the Tibbs property after recent mapping highlighted low-angle faults within moderately dipping gneissic rocks, which are key characteristics of the Pogo geological model. Tectonic deployed a soil sampling crew in these newly identified areas collecting 1,153 samples. Soil assay results have now identified numerous high-tenor, drill-ready targets which share identical host rocks and geochemical signatures to mineralization observed at Pogo in a similar structural setting consisting of low-angle faults and shears.
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