Country Mexico 
Close to Guadalajara
Surface 1 km² / 334 acres
Latitude / Longitude 21 N 40 / 103 W 20
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Produces Gold - Silver -
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Risk and valuation analysis of the SANTO DOMINGO Project
Status Risk : Production
Country Risk : Light
Title(s) of the SANTO DOMINGO Project
Stroud Resources Ltd
Owner: 100%
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Stroud owns a 100% interest in the Santo Domingo epithermal silver-gold project in central Mexico
Location of the SANTO DOMINGO Project
The Santo Domingo project consists of two mining concessions totaling 135 ha and is located 90 km northwest of Guadalajara, Mexico. Santo Domingo has excellent infrastructure with all weather road access and a high voltage transmission line that runs through the property. Water is also available from the Santiago River which flows through the property.
History of the SANTO DOMINGO Project
Three centuries ago, Spanish colonial miners put in ten horizontal tunnels into the weathered mineralized zones and removed a limited amount of "high-grade" (30 to 45 ounces of silver per ton) ore. The miners were forced to stop work when they encoun more...
Geology of the SANTO DOMINGO Project
The mineralization at Santo Domingo is contained in faulted 20 million year old volcanic rocks. After these rocks were mineralized they were overlain by basalt lavas. Santo Domingo and other epithermal vein-type deposits in the area are associated with extensive fracture systems. This setting is similar to deposits found in the Eastern Silver-Zinc-Lead Belt.
Data last updated on : 1/27/2010
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