Copper Springs, Arizona

Copper Springs is a porphyry copper-molybdenum project in the Globe-Miami District of Central Arizona. EMX recognized Copper Springs as a distinctive third trend on the southern end of the Globe-Miami district, with the core of the southern trend concealed by post-mineral cover. The “root zone” of the Copper Springs trend is located southwest of the property, whereas the vein and replacement deposits at the historic Old Dominion mine, presumed to be the “top” of the system, are located to the northeast. Lying between these two outcropping structural levels of the porphyry system is a large area of post-mineral cover rock. EMX believes the analogous structural levels to the Miami-Inspiration deposit in the Copper Springs system are concealed beneath the tilted post-mineral cover rocks covered by EMX’s land position. The Copper Springs project has been selected as a Designated Project by South 32 and is subject to a 2% NSR and other payments to the benefit of EMX. 

Note: The nearby mines and deposits in the region provide context for EMX’s Project, which occurs in a similar geologic setting, but this is not necessarily indicative that the project hosts similar mineralization.



Polished slab of quartz-K-feldspar and quartz-muscovite veins from root zone of Copper Springs center. Click to Enlarge