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Figure 4.

Figure 4.

Three-dimensional (3D) view of the “10” Horizon (solid red unit) at Sesmarias, SES021 on the south and SES027 on the north. Previously, AVU interpreted the lens to be vertical, based on detailed, “close-up” logging of drill holes. By re-logging the rock units/layers in a “back-away” package, or rock-unit mode, the AVU geological team established a more predictable, flat-lying stratigraphy that has enhanced the potential of large-scale mineralization at Sesmarias. Re-interpretation of geological results in numerous pre-2018/19 drilling leads us to believe that some holes were collared on the wrong side of the bounding fault and under (or west of) the “10” Lens, thus missing the massive sulfide mineralization.
Avrupa Minerals Ltd.
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