Pacific is conducting an underground infill drilling program to confirm the grade and geometry. Information from the program will also be used to provide geotechnical information necessary for creating a detailed mine plan. Some holes have been relocated to better define the boundaries of economic mineralization. Additional development drifting is also planned.
The JBS deposit has both a northern and southern mineralized section with a combined strike length of 3,400 m and a width varying from 200-600 m. Mineralization is related to disseminated magmatic sulphides in transitional layers of the ultramafic sill. The northern section is comprised of mineralized intervals that form a series of sub-horizontal layers that exhibit an undulating and bifurcating pattern.
The geology and main features of the JBS deposit are available at Pacific Minerals by clicking on "Projects" and then "JBS".