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Diamonds North Launches Exploration Program at Amaruk

Aug 8, 2011 5:12 PM   By Ricci Dipshan
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RAPAPORT... Diamonds North Resources launched its 2011 exploration program at the Amaruk property in Nunavut, Canada, which will focus on top priority gold prospects as well as follow-ups of a new generation of kimberlite targets identified from electromagnetic airborne data.

Diamond exploration on the property will primarily include detailed till sampling in close proximity to high-priority targets identified from the airborne data. The data is believed to penetrate through conductive overburden, which covers most of the Amaruk property. Several sizable priority targets, many of which exhibit an association with kimberlite indicator minerals, have been identified and require follow-up sampling.

''We are excited to begin our exploration program this year on Amaruk,” said Mark Kolebaba president of Diamonds North.  ''This prospecting and sampling program is intended to demonstrate high gold values as well as increase our confidence in targeting kimberlite using electromagnetic airborne data prior to drilling."
Tags: Amaruk Property, DEL, diamond, Diamond North Resources, diamonds, Esker, Far East, gold, kimberlite, Mark Kolebaba, Nunavut, Ricci Dipshan
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