Geodex Minerals Ltd. (TSXV:GXM) announced that it has finished the data compilation and exploration program plans for its newly acquired Benjamin copper-moly project, located in New Brunswick.
As quoted in the press release:
The Benjamin Project is a porphyry copper-molybdenum target located approximately 60 km northwest of Bathurst, New Brunswick. It is an area of extensive glacial till cover. Previous exploration has partially defined an induced polarization (“IP”) anomaly and soil copper-molybdenum -silver geochemical anomalies within the project area. The IP chargeability high is a strong anomaly which is partially coincident with the copper-molybdenum-silver soil anomalies. The anomalies are open in several directions and Geodex plans a work program which will include extending the IP survey area, further delineation of the soil anomalies and prospecting in order to fully define the anomalous areas.
Geodex has previously used similar combinations of exploration tools on other New Brunswick projects to define attractive drill targets which then successfully discovered significant mineralization. Geodex will integrate glacial ice direction data, local geology, and data from prospecting, soil sampling and geophysical surveys to identify drill hole locations at the Benjamin Project.