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Starcore International Mining and El Creston Property development news: The Creston property is located within the Basin and Range Province. The Province, extending from northern Mexico to southwestern United States hosts several porphyry copper and/or molybdenum mines and deposit including Creston that are related to a Laramide (~90-40 Ma) magmatic-orogenic event. Mapping and Astar Imaging of the Creston Property has outlined a 5.5 km x up to 1.5 km wide, east-west, trend (Creston) of hydrothermal alteration related to Laramide aged quartz monzonite intrusions. The trend is elongated east-west due to subsequent displacement by low angle faulting. Within the Creston Trend several zones of low fluorine porphyry style, molybdenum and/or copper mineralization including the El Creston Main/RedHill (Creston Deposit) occur. Most of the molybdenum mineralization within the Creston Trend is associated with potassic and phyllic (quartz-sericite) alteration, often accompanied by various degrees of silicification. See extra details at Gold production Mexico.
Starcore International Mines Ltd. has a 100% interest in the Ajax Property (“the property”). The property, approximately 1,718 hectares in size, hosts the Ajax Porphyry Molybdenum Deposit. The property is located on the eastern flank of Mount McGuire, 60 km south of Stewart, B.C., 15 km northeast of Alice Arm. Alice Arm, a summer hamlet, is located on the north side of the east arm of Observatory Inlet. Kitsault, a semi-abandoned townsite located on the south side of the arm is on the B.C. Power Grid. There is good road access between Kitsault and Terrace 100 km to the south. In the 1960’s, there was a tote road from Alice Arm to the property that is no longer usable. Access is presently by helicopter.
At depth in the San Martin area the Guadalupe vein was found in late 2007. This vein is sub parallel with the San Martin segment is narrower, more vein like and somewhat higher grade than the San Martin structure at the same elevation. Drilling and lateral development are being used to prove reserves in this vein which indicates the potential for other similar structures. Discovered in late 2007, this vein is a sub-parallel vein to San Martin located below level 8. Drilling and lateral development are being used to prove reserves in this area which indicates the potential for other similar structures. Find more details at starcore.com.