Country Australia 
Province Western australia
Close to Meekatharra
Surface 190 km² / 46,949 acres
Latitude / Longitude 26 S 21 / 118 E 42
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Risk and valuation analysis of the GNAWEEDA Project
Status Risk : Early discovery
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the GNAWEEDA Project
Kent Exploration Inc.
Option on interest: 100%
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Chalice Gold
Joint venture: 30%
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Location of the GNAWEEDA Project
Gnaweeda Project is located in the Murchison region, 30 kilometres east of Meekatharra, Western Australia and approximately 640 kilometres from Perth.
History of the GNAWEEDA Project
Historical exploration has defined an extensive gold and arsenic anomalous zone, over 15 kilometres long and up to 750 metres wide, within a package of mafic and felsic rocks (the Fairway Magnetic Package, or FMP). Gnaweeda is considered prospective for gold mineralisation, principally developed within the FMP.
Geology of the GNAWEEDA Project
The strongest gold mineralisation was encountered in foliated fine-grained mafic volcanics that have been strongly carbonated and contain disseminated pyrite and quartz veining (GNRC005), and a shale/fine mafic volcanic unit with abundant quartz veining, chlorite and sericite alteration, and minor pyrite.
Data last updated on : 8/28/2009
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