The Kangerluarsuk Sed-Ex lead-zinc-silver project (‘Kangerluarsuk’) covers 586sq km in southwest Greenland.

It is situated in a major Palaeo-Proterozoic sedimentary basin, with abundant lead-zinc (‘Pb-Zn’) showings.  The basin comprises the strongest zinc stream sediment anomaly cluster in Greenland and previously hosted the renowned Black Angel Pb-Zn mine.

  • Abundant Pb-Zn showings and distinctive SedEx style mineralisation
  • Situated 20km north of the Black Angel Pb – Zn mine in a geologically favourable, starved sub-basin
  • Two large scale drill ready SedEx targets located in favourable topography
  • Historical results include 41% Zn, 9.3% Pb and 596g/t Ag (20oz of silver/tonne)

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 four large-scale drill ready targets.


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