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Brunswick N°12

Gravimetry proves to be an efficient tool to follow up an EM and Mag anomaly in Bathurst Camp.

Brunswick no 12 is the largest Zn rich VMS deposit of the Bathurst Camp.

Mafic volcanic rocks produce a large, regional gravimetric Bouguer anomaly. A contrast of density caused by a massive sulphide lens produces a local peak, showing the location of the deposit.

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