Dr. Peter Megaw, Minaurum Gold Inc. - "Proof of Concept at the Alamos Silver Project"

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Jan 18 2018 - Minaurum Drills 8.25 m of 1,760 g/t (57 opt) Silver at Alamos Silver Project.

News Release: http://www.minaurum.com/s/NewsRelease...

We speak with Dr. Peter Megaw on his thoughts on Minaurum's first round drill program at the Alamos Silver Project in the Alamos Mining District, Mexico. We discuss Hole #AL17-07 which intersected wide-vein and high grade Silver, the geology of the project, the district, infrastructure, historical production, the epithermal silver vein system and much more.

Dr. Megaw, C.P.G., has a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Arizona and more than 35 years of relevant experience focussed on silver and gold exploration in Mexico. He is a certified Professional Geologist by the American Institute of Professional Geologists and an Arizona Registered geologist. Dr. Megaw has been instrumental in a number of mineral discoveries in Mexico including new ore bodies at existing mines, Excellon Resources' Platosa Mine, and MAG Silver's Juanicipio & Cinco de Mayo, Batopilas and Santa Eulalia Properties. Peter is the author of numerous scientific publications on ore deposits, and is a frequent speaker at academic and international exploration conferences. He was also awarded the 2017 Thayer Lindsley Award for the 2003 discovery of the 200 million ounce Juanicipio silver deposit in the Fresnillo District, Mexico, ultimately leading to a further 600 million ounces being identified in the immediate area.

 

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