Geophysical Data review defined anomaly at McPherson Prospect for Constellation Resources
Southern Geoscience Consultants are pleased to be working with Constellation Resources Limited (ASX:CR1) on their Fraser Range Project. Recent geophysical data review efforts have defined that a Ni-Cu soil anomaly at the historic McPherson Prospect – E63/1282 has a coincident late time VTEMmax anomaly.
McPherson is a coherent Ni-Cu soil anomaly that resides directly above a north-west trending magnetic unit that could represent a favourable intrusive unit to host nickel sulphides. McPherson is located 30km south west of IGO’s Nova nickel mine.
In light of the review, a high priority MLTEM survey has been commissioned by the Company to cover the McPherson soil anomaly and ground truth selected AEM anomalies of interest. The proposed MLTEM survey comprises of 13 lines for 14.5kms and is expected to commence in the coming weeks.
SGC Consultant Geophysicist Russell Mortimer will manage the upcoming MLTEM survey programme.