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Gold/Mining/Energy : Wolverine Exploration -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: jrlsss7 who wrote (147)7/26/2012 9:26:36 PM
From: Cup-rum  Respond to of 173
maybe someone with a better mining background can chip in, but one little detail I found in the Abiti Ground IP report (on WOLV website, see: , page 11) was intriguing as it relates to GRID 2, where WOLV intends to drill the main anomaly (hopefully) this summer (s. below).
major copper mineralization tends to be at/near shear zones / faults, no ? ( )
at least a tiny hint that the geology of grid 2 may indeed be quite different from grid 1, - which we all hope of course...

(quote) : The high conductivity and very low chargeability values observed in these zones indicate the presence of fault or shear zone. Small, less continuous, conductive zones cross the resistive ground in the northwest corner of the grid, these may also indicate the presence of shear zones