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The Lingman Lake property is situated in the Lingman Lake greenstone belt. The belt consists of complexly folded assemblage, of mafic metavolcanics, felsic metavolcanics and metasedimentary rocks. The assemblage is in intrusive contact with marginal granitic rocks and internally intruded by various intrusive rocks.
Gold mineralization at the Lingman Lake mine occurs in multiple zones; which are structurally controlled by sub parallel shears. Within these zones, the most favourable host rocks are mafic volcanics that have been silicified and carbonatized and occur in proximity to feldspar ± quartz bodies that are up to 91-meters wide. Intrusive-volcanic contact domains display the best gold mineralized systems e.g. North zones ‘A’ and ‘B’, and Central zone ‘A.’ Inter-intrusive mineralized zones host the weakest gold mineralization. Distal contact domains display variable gold mineralization but can form important systems, e.g. South zones ‘A’ and ‘B’. Where these zones bifurcate or branch the alteration vein-envelopes attain their widest widths in some cases exceeding 17-meters-true width, especially in the North zone.
Lingman Lake geology
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