Greenwood Peak is a porphyry Cu-Mo project located ~24 kilometers southwest of the Bagdad mine, in western Arizona and is available for partnership. Porphyry style alteration is exposed over 1 square kilometer and QSP veining and Laramide intrusive rocks display an ENE-WSW orientation, similar to the nearby Bagdad mine.
Mineralization consists of oxidized sulfide-bearing veins. Outcropping "leached capping" contains up to 5-7 vol% stockwork veining with 2-5 vol% oxidized sulfide sites. Laramide intrusions and volcanics are observed in an ENE-WNW belt that transects the Bagdad mine complex and trends towards the Greenwood Peak project area. The target is hypogene mineralization below chalcocite enrichment zone.
Note: The nearby mines and deposits in the region provide context for EMX's Project, but this is not necessarily indicative that the Project hosts similar mineralization, tonnages or grades.