VANCOUVER, Feb. 6 /CNW/ - Pacific Cascade Minerals Inc. announces the
results of a recently completed Induced Polarization Survey on its 100% owned
Brewster Lake Claims located in the Nechako Basin southwest of Prince George,
The I.P. Survey totalled 40 line km's and is adjacent to the northern
boundary of TTM Resources' Chu Property (www.pacificcascade.ca/brewster). TTM
announced on Tuesday, January 29, 2008 initial Molybdenum resource estimates
"Indicated Resource - High Grade Mo of 57.1 Million Tonnes of 0.104% Mo
(0.08% cutoff) as part of 235.3 Million Tonnes of 0.067% Mo
Inferred Resource - High Grade Mo of 44.4 Million Tonnes of 0.100% Mo
(0.08% cutoff) as part of 221.5 Million Tonnes of 0.063% Mo (0.04% Mo
Pacific Cascade's Brewster Lake claims contain two very large geophysical
anomalies. The western claim block anomaly is possibly a felsic intrusion with
high resistivity and high chargeability anomalies. The I.P. anomalies are open
in 3 directions; the high resistivity is approximately 2 km's in diameter and
is open at the depth limits of the I.P. Survey which was approximately
400 meters. The geophysical anomaly is open to the north, west and south.
Coincident with the high resistivity anomaly is a very high chargeability
anomaly that is internal and peripheral to the high resistivity. Also, the
coincident chargeability anomaly displays a zoneation of charge. Management is
very optimistic about the result of the IP survey due to both the large size
of the anomaly and high signal responses.
The second I.P. anomaly lies on the eastern claim block and displays
extremely low resistivity and chargeability anomalies. These are interpreted
to be a large regional fault structure that is coincident with anomalous
geochemical values for Au, Ag, As and Pb as previously reported in RGS
Government Surveys. These regional structures with their associate anomalous
geochemical values are interpreted to represent a possible epithermal
poly-metallic vein system.
The company is now preparing to submit a drill permit application for
both zones, initial discussions for arrangements for a diamond drill have been
initiated. The company plans to prioritize the potential porphyry Mo target
and will commence drilling when all permits are in place.
The technical information provided in this press release was reviewed by
Syd Visser P.Geo, a qualified person for the purposes of National
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS,
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