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Rubix Resources Limited is investigating potential sediment-hosted copper mineralisation at its Paperbark Project in Queensland.
Results from state-wide surface and stream sediment geochemistry suggest the possibility of a sediment-hosted copper system.
Rubix considers that there are favourable structural settings associated with northeast trending faults in its project area which may have tapped into an previously unrecognised sediment-hosted copper system.
A preliminary Ultrafine+ soil geochemical survey has confirmed nickel anomalism over the Jimberlana Dyke and the Lake Johnston Greenstone Belt
The new data supports the presence of the same lithologies within Rubix’ tenure that host nickel mineralisation at the Maggie Hays & Emily Ann deposits, and lithium mineralisation at Medcalf & Mount Day.
The Ultrafine+ technique is an established method used to identify sensitive geochemical signals at the surface beneath moderate cover in the < 2 µm soil fraction.