Aben’s Chico Gold Project, Saskatchewan 3D Chargeability Video: https://vimeo.com/250548099
3D model depicts areas of higher chargeability in subsurface rocks through the use of warm colours (purple, red and yellow). Higher chargeability often corresponds to the presence of abundant sulfide minerals such as pyrite, pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite, which are commonly associated with gold mineralization. Note large high chargeability root zone under middle of Chico Structural Zone (red lined area on surface) with yellow chutes extending to surface.
Aben’s Chico Gold Project, Saskatchewan 3D Plan Section Video: https://vimeo.com/250548105
Yellow zone at surface near middle corresponds to area of higher chargeability that increases in intensity as the upper layers are stripped away to reveal rocks at depth. High-grade gold mineralization in surface rocks and drill core has been discovered immediately above and adjacent to this distinct chargeability anomaly, but no drill hole has pierced the root zone.