Osisko Metals Extends O53 Tabular Mineralization at Pine Point
- Published: 10 November 2020
- Written by Editor
VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 15, 2020 - District Metals Corp. (TSXV: DMX) (FRA: DFPP); ("District" or the "Company") is pleased to report the results of the final airborne electromagnetic ("EM") and magnetic data at the former Tomtebo Mine area. A detailed SkyTEM312 HP survey was flown at 100 m line spacing in July 2020 across the entire Tomtebo Property, located in the Bergslagen Mining District in south-central Sweden. Geophysical interpretation of the SkyTEM survey outside of the former Tomtebo Mine area continues, and will be reported on in the near future.
SkyTEM Interpretation Highlights – Tomtebo Mine
An approximate 3 km long trend accentuated by numerous isolated magnetic high and conductive anomalies that are northeast and southwest from the historic Tomtebo Mine (Figures 1 and 2).
The geophysical signature of the historic Tomtebo Mine relates to a magnetic high anomaly, and several weak to strong conductive anomalies.
Magnetic modeling at the Tomtebo Mine generated six magnetic plate targets that have a combined strike length of 750 m, thickness of 12 to 168 m, and vertical extent of 28 to 356 m.