BHP Browns Hall Exploration Maps



Ginger Ridge Prospecting Geo Fig 3

Prospecting Geology Fig 4

Browns Hall Prospecting Geology Fig 5

Bull Snap Geology Fig 6

Bull Snap SP Survey Fig 11

Ginger Ridge Soil Fig 12

Ginger Ridge Au Soil Geochem Fig 13

Ginger Ridge Ba Soil Geochem Fig 14

Ginger Ridge Cu Geochem Fig 15

Ginger Ridge Pb Soil Geochem Fig 16

Ginger Ridge Zn Soil Geochem Fig 17

Woodhall Soil Sample Locations Fig 18

Woodhall Soil Grid Au Soil Geochem Fig 19

Woodhall Soil Grid Ba Soil Geochem Fig 20

Woodhall Soil Grid Cu Soil Geochem Fig 21

Woodhall Soil Grid Geochem Pb Fig 22

Woodhall Soil Grid Zn Soil Geochem Fig 23

Ginger Ridge Rock and Silt Locations Fig 24

Woodhall Rock and Silt Locations Fig 25

Woodhall Rock and Silt Sample Locations Fig 26

Ginger Ridge Rock and Silt Au Results Fig 27

Ginger Ridge Rock and Silt Ba Results Fig 28

Ginger Ridge Rock and Silt Cu Results 29

Woodhall East Rock Silt Sample Fig 30

Woodhalll East Rock Silt Sample Location Fig 31

Woodall East Rock Silt Sample Cu Fig 32

Woodhall Rock and Silt Au Geochem Fig 33

Woodhall Rock and Silt Ba Fig 34

Woodhall Rock Silt Locations Cu Geochem Fig 35

Bull Snap Zone_Drill Hole Locations_Figure 38

Bull Snap Drilling Fig 49
Airborne Geophysical Survey
Total Contour Map Fig 9 pdf
Potassium Contour Map Fig. 10 pdf
Magnetic Contour Fig 7pdf
High Res Reduced to Pole Fig 8 pdf

BHP Browns Hall-Woodhall Soil Sample Results

A9421950 BS 3500-3664  

A9422331 Bull Snap Soil 170 Samples

A9422332 Bull Snap Soil 170 Samples

A9424297 Bull Snap Soil 80 Samples

A9424298 Bull Snap Soil 95 Samples

A9423315 Bull Snap Soil  173 Samples

A9424520 Bull Snap Soil 60 Samples
                                 
                                Weebar Kola Zone Recommendations

    The extensive Ba, Pb, Zn, Mg and Mn anomaly outlined at Weebar warrants
    further exploration to define drill targets. Trenching is recommended on
    the Weebar showing and other nearby, similar showings, to determine an
    orientation so that drill targets can be defined. Drill holes on the Weebar
    showing would have to explore deep enough to reach the inferred buried
    Cu-Au system.

    Drill targets could easily be defined at the Kola zone based on existing
    data. A series of angle holes from south to north across the Cu soil
    anomaly would test the grade and extent of this mineralization The holes
    should be collared back from the alteration zone to intersect any contact
    mineralization as wen as the core of the anomaly. By orientating the holes
    in a northerly direction they would cut across the inferred southerly plunge
    of the porphyritic intrusive.

    The Woodhall soil grid should be extended to define the northwestern
    extent of the Kola soil anomaly and define additional drill targets.

    The chalcolcite occurrence north of Brown's Hall needs to be examined to
    determine if it
    represents an enriched zone. Soil sampling should be extended over this
    area to define its lateral extent.

    Conclusions

    BHP's work to date has outlined numerous targets capable of hosting
    significant porphyry copper - gold mineralization. Soil sampling has defined
    drill targets on the Kola Zone. Additional trenching over the Weebar should
    define drill targets in this area. Soil sampling and trenching are required
    northwest of Woodhall and north of Browns Hall to determine the extent of
    these anomalies.  End.
Browns Hall Property SEPL 553 (Former BHP Exploration)
                           Weeber Hill (Woodhall)

    Location

    Weeber Hill showings are located south of the Marlie Hill School. Two showings located at Grid Reference
    50014168 and 50074165 can be reached by third class road from Marlie Hill for about 1 mile (1.6 km) and
    then by trails leading toward the Guava Gully.

    Previous prospecting

    Geochemical and self-potential surveys cover part of Weeber Hill and the ground immediately to the
    southeast.    The anomalous areas delineated (see Fig. 11) were covered by a detailed geochemical survey.

    Geology and Economic Indicators

    Deep weathering has affected the rocks at Weeber Hill which are purple coloured volcanic breccias and
    sandstones. Much fracturing is evident in the area; the fractures are commonly lined with calcite (personal
    observation).

    The Weeber Hill copper showings comprise well defined zones of malachite which are apparently derived
    from primary copper minerals contained in abundant quartz stringers. Bornite is present in some samples but
    most sulphides have been oxidised (Bergey, 1958b). The mineralization is found in altered or highly
    weathered dykes, in zones where steeply dipping structures cut relatively gently dipping sedimentary rocks
    (Bergey, 1958b).

    Three showings were sampled (Bergey, 1958d) with the following results:

     6.0 feet (1.83m)        5.2% Cu
    18.0 feet (5.5 m)         2.2% Cu
     3.0 feet (0.9 m)       21.2% Cu
    Although gold was reported to be also present (Bergey, 1958d) no analyses are available for this
    metal. Geochemical surveys in the Weeber Hill area indicated several scattered anomalies elongated in
    a general northwest - southeast direction. No significant self-potential anomaly was defined.

    Page 80-81 COPPER PROSPECTS OF JAMAICA  A.D. FENTON 1979 (Found on Historical
    Exploration page of this website)
                                                                   General Discussion

    Based on previous work to the west (Connors and Bull Snap) it believed that the main Ginger Ridge
    Stock was emplased at depth from the southeast and the later apophysis occur as "spikes" above
    this. The continuity of the potassic alteration in the Bull Snap Zone suggests that it is the root of a
    porphyry system.

    Therefore the systems further to the southeast would represent higher levels of the later intrusives
    and a stronger chance of preserving the mineralized system.

    The wide spread Ba soil anomaly with its associated Pb, Zn, Mg and Mn anomalies at Weebar could
    represent the roof of a significant deposit. By examining the high grade, dyke related Cu showings in
    this area and vectoring in on where these dykes coalesce, the source of this mineralization may be
    located.

    A similar scenario exists at the Kola zone, except that being 80 metres below the Weebar zone,
    erosion has exposed a large Cu soil anomaly and mineralized outcrops. The extensive geochemical
    zoning evident at Kola makes this zone an attractive target.

Browns Hall BHP

BHP Exploration Summary 1995

BHP Exploration Report Jan 1997

Bull Snap Drill Results Appendix IV

A9428482BS Drill Results   

A9429146BS Drill Results

A9429147BS Drill Results

A9429506BS Drill Results  

Self Potential Data Acquisition Jamaica Appendix V  

SP Survey Description and Data

Appendix 1 Bull Snap Soil Line Extension Sample
Results
Clarendon
Consolidated Minerals Ltd.
Jamaica West Indies  
N18 02.470 W77 10.686
Fully permitted for all aspects of mineral exploration.
High Grade Copper, Gold and Silver 15 miles from Port
SEPL 553 Browns Hall
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