HUMBERT CREEK COBALT VANADIUM

Cobalt Nickel Vanadium

Co in regolith to a very high 311ppm, Ni to 171ppm, indicates highly prospective fertile host rocks.

Extraordinarily high vanadium in one regolith sample: 3527ppm (0.3%), with 6% TiO2!

High order cobalt anomalies in recently released Geological Survey WA (GSWA) regolith sampling. The highest anomalies in their E Kimberley sampling.

Coincident high Ni anomalies.

Co to a very high 311ppm, Ni to 171ppm, indicates highly prospective fertile host rocks.

Extraordinarily high vanadium in one sample:  3527ppm (0.3%), with 6% TiO2! This is near “ore” grade. If this material it is extensive, a potentially economic V-Ti deposit may be able to be delineated very quickly.

Hart Dolerite host. A regionally extensive Proterozoic sill complex. In the East Kimberley hosts V Ti mineralisation.

Intersection of major crustal faults- locus for fluid transport and mineral deposition.

Area highlighted as highly prospective for Ni sulfide deposits in a scientifically sophisticated recent study by the Centre of Exploration Targeting, University of Western Australia.