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Bryah Resources commences second survey ahead of deep drilling

The company is exploring for copper-gold volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits.
map showing both WA projects
The Bryah Basin hosts copper-gold, gold and high-grade manganese deposits

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has commenced a moving loop electromagnetic (MLEM) survey at its Bryah Basin Project in central Western Australia.

The new survey will test three electromagnetic (EM) anomalies identified by a recent different type of EM survey.

The aim of the MLEM survey is to better define the depth and orientation of the anomalies detected by the recent VTEM survey.

Deep drilling planned for July

The MLEM survey will likely take two weeks to complete and be followed by deep drilling of these targets planned to commence in July 2018.

READ: Bryah Resources in a sweet spot as it focuses on copper-gold and manganese

Of the three anomalies to be tested, two are located within altered Narracoota Formation rocks, host to a number of historical and operations mines.

The other EM anomaly is located about seven kilometres north of the Peak Hill Gold Mine within the prospective Narracoota Formation.

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