The Jervois Project is located on four Mineral Licences (ML 30180, ML 30182, ML 30829 and ML 32277) located within EL 25429 held by Jinka Minerals, a subsidiary of KGL Resources.
Base metal mineralisation at Jervois is hosted by a lower-to-middle amphibolite grade metasedimentary sequence of the Bonya Metamorphics. The Bonya Metamorphics is a unit in the Aileron Province of the Palaeoproterozoic eastern Arunta Region that reached peak metamorphism during the regionally extensive high-T low-P Strangways Event. The base metal mineralisation at Jervois is stratabound and contained within steeply dipping lenticular bodies (lodes) of calc-silicate, garnet-chlorite-magnetite rock and garnet-magnetite quartzite, within a thick succession of spotted andalusite-cordierite schist and quartz-sericite-magnetite schist. The mineralised sequence has a strike length of some 12km and a stratigraphic thickness up to about 600m.
Drilling at Rockface looking south towards the prominent ferruginous ridge
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