DIOS Exploration acquires the new gold CLARKIE property with strong gold potential north of Eastmain Clearwater gold deposit and southeast of Eleonore Goldcorp gold mine and Cheechoo recent gold discovery in metasediments.
A significant gold-bearing glacial train indicates an up-ice source area hosting folded Clarkie sediments, interpreted as equivalent (same age sediments) to those hosting Eleonore gold mine.
Other favourable features such as diorite intrusions, porous sediments, fold closures and northwest structures are good physical traps for gold noted on newly map-staked claims (70 square km) close to strategic regional Opinaca-LaGrande contact.
DIOS outlined this gold-in-till train (16 x 4 km) including 14 samples over 100 ppb gold and five samples over 600 ppb gold (from heavy mineral concentrates). DIOS’ team is looking forward to explore these high gold potential sediments this summer.
Recent DIOS’ Heberto Gold discovery came from searching the source of such a gold glacial sand dispersal train.
The goldbearing Bohier tonalite along highway 167 was also discovered searching the source of yet another gold train delineated by Dios’ proprietary work data. This press release was prepared by Harold Desbiens, M.Sc. Geo 43-101 QP.