Detailed Summary Report
|Number of Pages||0|
|Statements of Work||n/a|
|General Work Categories||Drilling, Geochemical|
Delaware Resources Corp.
Nichols, Ron F.
|MINFILE Nos||104B 023|
|Related Report(s)||14166, 9964, 4140|
The claims are underlain by Mesozoic arenaceous and tuffaceous units that are cut by a large dyke-like orthoclase porphyry. Bleaching, potassic alteration (K-spar, sericite) and silicification are extensively developed adjacent to the porphyry. High grade gold mineralization occurs within steeply dipping quartz-carbonate-pyrite, shear-vein systems that cut the altered arkoses and lithic wackes.