Atoka Gold’s Red Rock property is aligned along a major N 50° W structural break. Gold deposits often cluster and trend along favorable structures as noted with the alignment in the active and known ore deposits.
- Gold deposits often cluster and occur along major structural breaks (Dotted Lines).
- Regional gravity shows highs (yellow/red) and lows (purple/blue) and correlating major structural breaks.
- Note the alignment of the gold deposits (ET Blue, Cortez Hills, Pipeline, etc.) along a N50⁰W lineament and their association with the gravity highs and lows.
- Red Rock is located in a similar geologic environment.
- Gold-in-soil (red hachures > 30 ppb Au) over residual gravity.
- Geophysical data indicates anomalies in rock density (located beneath red hachured areas) and correlates with elevated gold concentrations.
- Major North-South structural zones are often the channels for hydrothermal metal-bearing fluid movement into permissive Carlin-type host rocks.