The Liberty copper-molybdenum prospect is centred on an elongate magnetic low that transgresses a magnetic high forming a pronounced ridge. The magnetic anomaly is underlain by tonalite containing sparsely disseminated chalcopyrite.
Current work is focussed on the magnetic low and adjacent magnetic highs which are coincident with the stream catchment areas of the interpreted source of the copper and molybdenum stream sediment anomalies. The target area dimensions are 1300 metres long and 430 metres wide.
Preliminary results at Liberty to date are encouraging, with coincident soil copper-molybdenum anomalies defined over a magnetic low. Work is continuing to define the copper-molybdenum soil anomalies.
Liberty is a new prospect and has never been drilled.