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Kangerluarsuk is located in a major Palaeo‐Proterozoic sedimentary basin with abundant Pb‐Zn showings including the historic Black Angel Pb‐Zn mine and distinctive SedEx style mineralisation (Pb-Zn) exposed around the basin margin.
The area comprises the strongest zinc stream sediment anomaly cluster in Greenland in a geologically favourable, starved sub-basin. Geological and structural mapping of the basin with uninterrupted rock exposure allowed the creation of accurate structural models including growth faults likely to provide a conduit for mineralising fluids. This model, coupled with conductors defined by ZTEM and soil geochemistry, has defined three targets for drilling.
Figure 4: ZN, Pb & Ag Sedex targets at Kangerluarsuk (Kanger–lewar-sook). Anomaly A sits coincident to a major growth fault and displays several anomalous signatures. Anomaly B is associated with a smaller growth fault, a deep conducting zone and stratigraphic bounding. Anomaly C is a geochemical anomaly on a growth fault and deep conducting zone.
Infrastructure is strong, with the project sitting approximately 30 km from the international airport. Greenland benefits from a pro-mining.
The Pituffik Project is located on the Steensby Land peninsular in the north west of Greenland and is centered on the closed settlement of Moriusaq in the Qaasuitsup municipality. The Pituffik Project is 83km south of the regional settlement Qaanaaq.
The magmatic Cu, Ni & PGE project at Disko & Nuussuaq in West Greenland has been the subject of more than three decades of exploration with Cominco in the 1980s, Falconbridge in the 1990s and Vismand Exploration in the 2000s all making the positive decision to invest in these discoveries.