Canada Carbon Inc. (the “Company”) announces that it has mandated Dubé & Desaulniers Geoscience Inc. to proceed with a 320 metre (“m”) by 320 m geophysics survey over priority target E1, first identified by aerial geophysics (VTEM) conducted last year.
The area to be surveyed is centered over a 180 m by 100 m strongly conductive VTEM anomaly that lies at the heart of the 400 m (radius) E1 VTEM target previously reported. Trenching will then be done over each anomaly generated by the ground EM survey. The ground survey can be readily expanded, based on the results of surface prospecting in the E1 target zone.
The ground EM survey will consist of a PhiSpy grid with line spacing of 20 m. The PhiSpy system is a light-weight, portable TDEM geophysical exploration tool which brings together GPS locating capability, stored mapping and geoscientific information (e.g. targets obtained from airborne geophysical surveys), and real-time display of TDEM profiles of the area being surveyed. The PhiSpy device can detect buried conductors to approximately 10m depth. It was previously deployed on the property in an area covering the historic mine pit, as well as the VN3 showing, which resulted in the discovery of 14 anomalies of varying size. Subsequent exploration confirmed the association of PhiSpy anomalies with graphite veins in a few cases; however most of the anomalies are still to be inspected by trenching to evaluate their source.
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