VANCOUVER, BC /ACCESSWIRE/March 30, 2022/ Galore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GRI) (OTCQB: GALOF) is pleased to provide an update on the current drill program for the Dos Santos project, including the San Jose and Los Gemelos claims.
Drilling began February 3rd in San Jose with three holes completed for a total of 664.2 yards. Chief Geologist Gustavo Narvaez is excited about the visible features and alterations seen in the core from the three holes.
- The San José SJ-21 hole started the drilling program and was completed at a depth of 250.20 meters. This drilling intersected: 1) recrystallized limestone with phyllic alteration; 2) dikes and sills of intermediate composition with phyllic and clay weathering; 3) an interval of approximately 60 meters with multiple ore bodies (some up to 2.5 meters thick) composed of hydroxides, hematite, calcite, as well as locally sulphides and quartz; 4) hydrothermal breccias cemented by series of calcite and limonite, and 5) isolated ore bodies composed of quartz, hydroxides, calcite and hematite. This hole demonstrated a rock block with open geological, mining and economic potential at depth in the San Jose area.
- The San José SJ-22 hole followed and was completed at a depth of 200 meters. The hole intersected a series of mineralized structures trending generally NE, as well as mineralized structures semi-parallel to the axis of this drill core. These bodies are composed of quartz, calcite, series of limonite, hematite and local sulphides.
- Hole SJ-20 was added by the Galore Geological Team to better understand what was observed in holes SJ-21 and SJ22. The SJ-20 was completed at a depth of 214 meters. This drilling showed: 1) the presence of dykes of intermediate composition with phyllic and clayey alteration, which penetrated a carbonated marine sedimentary sequence; 2) parallel ore bodies composed of quartz, limonite series, calcite and hematite; and 3) a halo of phyllic alteration and recrystallization in the carbonate marine sedimentary sequence.
This exploration has confirmed that the San José area presents a favorable geotectonic environment for the concentration of metallic mineralization, which is open at depth and on the sides of the cut targets. Mineralization is repetitive and concentrated in the form of veins, veins and strata-like bodies, hosted between the carbonate marine sedimentary sequence and the cupule of an unexhumed pluton, comparable to world-class polymetallic ore deposits in the region. Hydrothermal alteration consists of halos of recrystallization and phyllic alteration, as well as argillicization and alteration, suggesting a magmatic-hydrothermal source.
The core of the three holes will provide us with very important data to more clearly define the structural context of the gold mineralization. Drilling at San Jose will resume upon receipt of assays from ALS Global.
Following the March 14, 2022 announcement of Galore regaining control of the Los Gemelos mine and associated claims, Galore’s geological team has been busy assessing areas exposed to recent mining activity . March 21thst, the Company began its first diamond drill at Los Gemelos, to understand the tectonic and economic environment of the area. We hope to be able to provide more news on this program shortly.
We would like to thank our shareholders and those who have contacted us recently about our ongoing news.
Dr. Julio Pinto Linares holds a Ph.D. in Geological Sciences with a specialty in Economic Geology and Qualified Professional No. 01365 by MMSA and is the Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 responsible for the accuracy of technical information contained in this news release presented by Galore Resources Inc.
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Galore Resources is a mineral exploration and development company whose objective is to make and develop significant mineral discoveries, supported by a sustainable business model. Our goal is to discover a world-class gold deposit in Mexico. Our flagship project is located in the heart of the Concepcion del Oro mining district, the Dos Santos project, which covers two known historical gold zones, follows the trend with Newmont’s Penasquito mine and is based on drilling, trenching and geophysical surveying. airborne. , has the potential to host several large tonnage gold deposits.
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