San Antonio - Los Planes Project
San Antonio - Los Planes
Country Bolivia 
Province Baja
Close to San antonio
Surface 487 km² / 120,375 acres
Latitude / Longitude 16 S 54 / 67 W 18
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Risk and valuation analysis of the San Antonio - Los Planes Project
Status Risk : Advanced discovery
Country Risk : Very High
Title(s) of the San Antonio - Los Planes Project
Pediment Gold Corp.
Owner: 100%
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Location of the San Antonio - Los Planes Project
The San Antonio (formerly Baja California Sur) project is located on the Baja Peninsula, adjacent to the historic mining town of San Antonio and 40 km southeast from the port city of La Paz. Good gravel roads traverse most of the project area and a h more...
History of the San Antonio - Los Planes Project
Gold and silver mineralization was discovered around 1748 and rapidly began limited small scale production mainly in the Triunfo area and south of San Antonio. Don Manuel del Ocio in 1748 began exploiting veins of Real de Minas de Santa Ana which tow more...
Geology of the San Antonio - Los Planes Project
The San Antonio project contains Mesozoic aged quartz-diorite and gabbro bodies intruding older metamorphic rocks. The Mesozoic intrusives include "peraluminous" bodies that are typically associated with gold bearing fluids generation. Low angle fault complexes, that may include zones of cataclasite and mylonite, are a locus for gold deposition.
Data last updated on : 1/1/2009
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