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The Ambient Noise Tomography (ANT) survey analysis, received for Bynoe's northern Survey Area 1, reveals multiple potential pegmatite targets which feature low seismic velocity anomalies. These sites seem to be along strike from Core Lithium’s Carlton and Hang Gong resources.
Dr. Gerrit Oliver, Fleet Space Technologies' Director of Planetary Geophysics, and Jason Ward, EverGreen Lithium's Head of Exploration, are optimistic about the survey's results. The data suggests that the ANT method is effectively suited for imaging potential pegmatites in the region given favourable noise conditions and the velocity contrast between pegmatites and host rock.
The data obtained from the ANT survey will be combined with geochemical results to guide the planning of EverGreen Lithium's maiden drilling program. Further interpretation and analysis of the ANT data in Survey Area 1 continues, along with ongoing geochemical sampling and mapping.