Toop Nugget Mine production data:
The bulk of the Toop production to date has come from the basal paleo channel on bedrock with thicknesses of 1.52 to 7.59 meters (5 to 25 feet) across a channel 53.20 to 76.00 (175 to 250)
feet wide and extending for at least 488 meters (1,600 feet) along the length of Mary and Norton Creeks within P.M.L. 7141.
Approximately, 186.62 kilograms (6,000 ounces) of gold are reported to have been produced from approximately 30,582 cubic meters (40,000 cubic yards) of material processed
through the wash plant.(Garrow,2010, p.17)
The paleochannel trends westerly within the mined area but its extent beyond the property has not been defined. (Levson and Giles, 1993, p. 67).
Alice Creek Mine pay gravels description:
The pay gravels reportedly are 4 to 8 metres thick, massive, matrix filled and weakly cemented (M. Poschner, personal communication, 1989). Some underground mining of the gravels was undertaken in the late 1980s. Gold values increase toward the base of the gravel with the main pay zone in the lower 3 to 5 metres over bedrock. Pay streaks are sporadic, producing an average of 4 grams per cubic metre with a maximum return of about 9 grams. (Levson and Giles, 1993, pp. 65-67)
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