Vancouver, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 23 2014 / Berkwood Resources (TSX-V:BKR) is pleased to announce that a ground geophysics survey has commenced on its Prospect Valley Gold Property, near Merritt, British Columbia, Canada.
The Ground Magnetics survey grid will consist of 20 lines at lengths varying from 700 m to 1100 m per line and a 50 m spacing with readings taken at 12.5 m intervals, located south of the previous geophysical grid. The results of this ground geophysics program will be compiled with results from previous geochemistry programs and together will be used to define drill targets in preparation for drilling planned for later this year. The drilling is planned to test for potentially higher grade gold mineralization on the southern extension of the Discovery Trend epithermal system.
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To date, several areas of gold mineralization have been identified on the 10,871 Ha Prospect Valley Gold Property. The majority of historic drilling has taken place in the centre of the claim block, along the Discovery Trend. This drilling has outlined an extensive low grade epithermal gold system with indications of potential for additional and higher grade mineralization. The system remains open for expansion and other known zones of gold mineralization have yet to be drilled (see Berkwood news release dated January 25, 2012 for details). The 2014 drill program is planned to test the southern extension of the gold system into an area of deeper overburden where no drilling has been carried out before.
To view details, maps and photos of the Prospect Valley Gold Property please click the following link: http://www.berkwoodresources.com/prospect-valley-property.html
George Gorzynski, P.Eng., a Director of Berkwood and a Qualified Person under the definition of Canadian National Instrument 43-101, approved the technical information in this new release and is monitoring the field programs.
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Berkwood also holds a 100% interest in the Lac Gueret East Graphite Property, located in northeastern Quebec. The 3,837 Ha Lac Gueret East Graphite Property consists of 71 claims and is adjacent to the eastern boundary of Mason Graphite's advanced Lac Gueret Project.
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