Guadalupe y Calvo Project
Guadalupe y Calvo
Country Mexico 
Province Chihuahua
Close to Hidalg de parra
Latitude / Longitude 26 N 6 / 106 W 58
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Guadalupe y Calvo Project
Status Risk : Advanced discovery
Country Risk : Light
Title(s) of the Guadalupe y Calvo Project
Aurico Gold Inc.
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Guadalupe y Calvo Project
The Guadalupe y Calvo gold-silver exploration project is in a previously mined area adjacent to the town of Guadalupe y Calvo in the southwest corner of the State of Chihuahua in Mexico. It is approximately 300km southwest of the city of Chihuahua.
History of the Guadalupe y Calvo Project
As with the Ocampo Mine, the Guadalupe project is located in the Sierra Madre Occidental (“SMO”) physiographic province. Volcanic stratigraphy has been broken down into two main groups, the Lower Volcanic Group (“LVG”) and the Upper Volcanic Group (“UVG”). LVG rocks are the host of nearly all of the gold and silver deposits that have been found in the Sierra Madre to date.
Geology of the Guadalupe y Calvo Project
Guadalupe y Calvo is a classic gold-silver epithermal district and in general is classified as a pluton low-sulfidation epithermal vein system. The system contains quartz veins, quartz breccias and stockworks hosting economically significant gold and more...
Data last updated on : 12/31/2008
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