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Intercepts include 228 meters of 0.72% copper and 0.96 g per T gold. Second intercept of bornite zone of 66 meters of 1.19% copper and 0.8
Tuesday, 24th September 2013
Toronto (Canada) – Seabridge Gold announced today that additional drilling of the Deep Kerr core zone continues to yield wide intercepts of higher grades on its 100% owned KSM project in north western British Columbia, Canada. Five diamond core drill rigs are now focusing on 1,000 meters of strike along the zone to generate data for an initial resource estimate. The Deep Kerr core zone measures at least 1,600 meters along strike and remains open to the north and at depth.
Seabridge announced on August 12, 2013 a higher-grade copper-gold core zone named Deep Kerr was discovered beneath the Kerr porphyry deposit (see news release). On September 12, 2013, Seabridge further announced that it had discovered a bornite-rich zone within Deep Kerr with exceptional grades (see news release). Subsequent drilling has confirmed strong continuity of both the larger Deep Kerr zone and the very high grade bornite zone contained within it.
View full press release Seabridge Gold Finds Strong Continuity of Higher Grade Material at Deep Kerr