VLF EM-16 Survey / Interpretation Report

Over the
Middle-Wolf-Fisher Zones
White River, Ontario

Prepared For

Harte Gold Corporation
By

Shaun Parent

Superior Exploration, Adventure & Climbing Co. Ltd.

July 12, 2017

Table Of Contents

List of Tables, Maps & Appendix ............................................................................ 2
Table List............................................................................................................. 2
Map List .............................................................................................................. 2
Appendix List ...................................................................................................... 2
Preamble ............................................................................................................... 4
Executive Summary: .............................................................................................. 4
Property Access ..................................................................................................... 5
Deposit Types ........................................................................................................ 5
Introduction ........................................................................................................... 5
Personnel ............................................................................................................... 5
Work Performed................................................................................................... 8
Fieldwork .......................................................................................................... 8
VLF Data Collection Process .......................................................................... 8
Interpretation & Modelling ................................................................................. 9
VLF2DMF Data Processing ............................................................................... 9
Discussion of Results ............................................................................................ 10
VLF Anomalies................................................................................................. 12
TX NAA........................................................................................................... 12
TX NML .......................................................................................................... 16
Conclusions .......................................................................................................... 21
Recommendations ............................................................................................... 21
List of References................................................................................................. 23
Certificate of Qualifications ................................................................................. 24

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P. Surface & Borehole Pulse EM. successful results. Adventure & Climbing Co. specializing in VLF.La Moure. Geo is a member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario as well as the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada.. No cut lines are needed and a permit is not required. The property is located approximately 28 kilometers Northeast of White River. She has been working in the Geological/Geophysical field for over 8 years. A total of 33.Preamble Superior Exploration.0 KHz – Cutler. 4 . Executive Summary: This Ground VLF test survey was completed in the area known as the Middle-Wolf-Fisher Zones. The location of the Wolf zone and the approximate location of the Middle zone were known prior to the survey. Epithermal Veins and Shear Hosted Gold Deposits. however. (Map 1) The survey was carried out in May & June 2017. Airborne Magnetics and Magnetometer. Shaun began working with the developer of the VLF2DMF software since its inception in 2008 and he and Sandra continue to do so. Maine and NML 25. Ontario. Our ground VLF surveys (YVLF) have proven themselves as a very effective way to complete geophysics on the ground in a non-invasive way. many test surveys have been completed with proven.P. Sandra Slater is a member of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada. Shaun Parent. No geological information was known prior to the completion of the VLF survey. BSc. North Dakota. No location was known for the Fisher zone. Ltd.2 KHz.84 Km of VLF was carried out on 20 previously cut grid lines. Max Min . is an Incorporated Company specializing in Mining Exploration and Geophysics as well as Professional climbing. specializing in data analysis and VLF2DMF software. Two transmitters were read at each station: NAA 24. (Map 2) The main objective of the survey was to determine if the VLF Survey could delineate zones carrying mineralization and or structures in the area of the Middle-Wolf and Fisher Zones. Throughout the process. has also worked with I. using a VLF EM-16 unit and a handheld Garmin GPS-60CSX. Breccia Pipes. He has over 30 years’ experience working in the Geological and Geophysical Field. We have worked in many countries and have experience working in a wide variety of environments such as VMS.

vertical and sub vertical bedrock conductors. This report describes the findings and results of the VLF EM-16 survey utilizing the VLF2DMF processing software of which the author of this report has assisted in its development since 2007.Follow road 306 for 7 kilometers to a large open trench with outcrop where there is a parking area.Property Access Access is by the following: . or SDZ. 5 . VLF data collected in the surveyed area was also compiled onto plan maps of contoured Fraser Filter data and contours of Resistivity data. Resistivity and (2-D) Modelled Inversions. Personnel The VLF EM-16 operator and GPS field navigator responsible for the collection of all raw data was Shaun Parent assisted by Sandra Slater. Processing and Interpretation of the VLF data using the VLF2DMF Software was completed by Sandra Slater and Shaun Parent. It enables the processing and inversion of electromagnetic (EM) induction data acquired along a survey area using a Very Low Frequency (VLF) (Santos 2013) The software generates profiles of Raw Data.Road 305 east and then south for 11. and the only two currently known gold deposits within the Dayohessarah Greenstone Belt.W. Station 12+60E Deposit Types The Sugar Zone is an epithermal deposit located in the Sugar Deformation Zone.3 kilometers to junction of road 306 .Cutting Road 100 from highway 17 for 24 kilometers to the junction of road 300 . make up the only two known gold deposits within the relatively small SDZ.Road 300 to the east until kilometer 4 at junction of road 305 . KH. (Kociumbas.D.P 2012) Introduction A VLF-EM16 survey is a relatively simple and economic geophysical survey that is used to better understand shallow. along with the Wolf Zone.M. This is approximately at Line 145N. Fardy. which is an area of high strain. Fraser Filtered Data. The Sugar Zone.

Map 1 General Location Map 6 .

Map 2 Location Map of VLF Grid 7 .

2 KHz. Maine (East) NML . VLF Data Collection Process Field data was collected as follows on each surveyed line. VLF survey stations: All VLF readings were taken at approximately 20 meter stations along the survey line. mapping pertinent findings such as outcrops and historical sample sites and drill holes. Table 1 Example of VLF Data Collection NAA NAA NML NML Notes Line 137N In phase Quadrature In phase Quadrature 0+00 10 6 4 5 swamp 8 . VLF transmitter NAA was to the east while transmitter NML was to the west. fences and geological structures)  VLF readings for each station were recorded in a notebook as In-Phase and Quadrature corresponding to the line number and station number. Some lines were 200 meters apart and others were 100 meters apart. North Dakota (West) VLF survey direction: The VLF Em-16 receiver faced a direction of 47 degrees true azimuth for each reading taken. The following parameters were used throughout the survey Equipment Used: VLF EM-16 unit and a handheld Garmin 60-CSX PS VLF Transmitters Used: NAA . For this test survey all UTM Values are NAD 83. Lines began with station 0+00 located at the west end of each line. La Moure.  Garmin and VLF data were compiled onto an excel spreadsheet and then inputted into the VLF2DMF processing software.0 KHz.24. Previously cut grid line numbers were used.Work Performed Fieldwork The VLF EM-16 survey consisted of running the survey along 20 previously cut lines. Basic prospecting was completed during the survey.25. The transmitters are chosen so that the direction to the transmitting station is as close to the orientation of the bedrock strike.  Each station was saved onto the Handheld Garmin 60CSX GPS Unit (including local features such as power lines. (Tangent of tilt angle and ellipticity). Cutler. (See example in Table 1)  Field information was transferred to a Garmin map source program where line and station information could be viewed. Parameters of Measurement: In-phase and Quad-phase components of a vertical magnetic field is measured as a percentage of horizontal primary fields.

All Inversion models have the same color scaling using a minimum resistivity of 10 and a maximum of 10000.Appendix B) 9 . Raw and Filtered Data Profiles The raw data for each frequency was plotted for each line surveyed. Fraser filter data from the 20 lines was compiled to produce plan maps of Contoured Fraser Filter (In-phase and Quadrature) values. (TX NAA Map 6) (TX NML Map 9) Model 2000 Ohm’s A resistivity of 2000 Ohm’s was used to build an initial model used in the inversion to obtain a realistic cross section of the line surveyed. This filter transforms In-Phase cross overs and inflections into positive peak anomalies.Interpretation & Modelling VLF2DMF Data Processing All VLF data collected was processed and interpreted separately for TX NAA and TX NML. Raw Data and 2D Modelled Inversion are included in the appendix at the end of this report.0 meters for transmitter NAA (24. The vertical exaggeration of all models is 1. Surface conductive zones show little depth extent. (Karous. A depth scale is found on the left side of model profiles. (TX NAA - Appendix A) & (TX NML . Hjelt 1983) If there is depth extent.0 KHz.) and 139. this is shown on the In-phase profile as dark blue. (TX NAA Maps 4 & 5) & (TX NML Maps 7 & 8) K-H Profiles Raw Data was run through the Karous-Hjelt (K-H) filter. Although all profiles/filters were used in the interpretation process. Fraser Filter anomaly picks are found across the top of the profile.0 meters for TX NML (25. The higher values are generally associated with conductive structures. The maximum depth slice with a bedrock resistivity of 2000 Ohms is 144. A mean resistivity of 2000 ohm’s was used for all lines. (Fraser 1969) In-Phase inflections and cross overs are usually plus to minus. The resistivity can be calculated if the mean environmental resistivity is known at the beginning of the VLF profile. Resistivity data from each profile was combined to produce plans maps. (Appendix A & B) Fraser Filter Profile with Fraser Peaks Raw data was run through the Fraser filter. Resistivity Profiles: 2000 Ohm’s The apparent resistivity was calculated. have a horizontal display and are limited in depth.0. The filter is applied to obtain a section of current density. Conductive zones are red/yellow while resistive zones are blue. while Quadrature responses are negative to positive giving a negative peak anomaly when the Fraser Filter is applied.2 KhZ). No filtering or smoothing of the raw data was done.

The following are recommended for ground follow-up: 1. 54N. 152N. 153N. there are more. 146N 6+40E rust 7+60E rust 4. The stronger anomalies were interpreted into main trends.??? IS THIS NECESSARY? If so. 141N. 139N. 159N. weaker ones that could not be followed due to the 200 meter spacing between lines as well as a lack of knowledge of the geological strike prior to interpretation. 155N 1+20E rust 9+40E rusty boulder 11+60E rust 10 . The UTM of the Fisher zone was unknown at the time of this survey. 147N 5+20E rust 9+80E Wolf Zone 5. 151N 9+60E rust 12+60E rusty boulder 7. however. 46N. 155N. VLF conductors were found in outcrop.Discussion of Results Lines: 135N. 148N. 148N 5+00E rust 6. 44N. 145N. Take all of this out Many rusty outcrops were found during the VLF Field survey and can be viewed on the models included in Appendix A & B at the end of this report. 151N. A more accurate result could be achieved with additional fill in lines being completed in order to verify responses. 157N. 137N. 154N 0+20E rust 10. 152N 11+80E rust 14+50E rust 8. The UTM location of the Middle Zone was given. During the VLF survey. 161N Map 3 Shows the layout of the VLF lines on an elevation contour map. 137N 8+00E Middle Zone 2. 139N 3+60E rust 5+40E rust 3. 149N. 147N. 143N. 150N. explain the relevance???. 153N 4+90N rust 9.

Map 3 VLF Grid Elevation Map 11 .

150R-151T-152Q 19.No 1. 151P-152M-153M-154M-155K-157J-159L-161I 15. 150M-151Q 16. 144K HOW CAN YOU HAVE A TREND WITH ONLY ONE ANOMALY? You can 22. 1520-153P-1540-155N 18. 139T-1410 25. 147J-148K-1500-151R-1520-1530-155M-157K-159M-161J 17. 150S-151U-152R-154R 20. 145K-146J-147J-148J-149J-150L-1510 14. 135L-137M-139M-141I-143G-144H 12. 146B-147B-148C 7. 151A-152A-153A 2.VLF Anomalies VLF Trends were identified from the Fraser Filter Picks for TX NAA and TX NML TX NAA Maps 4 & 5 Fraser Filters Contours Map-6 Resistivity Contours  Several of the NAA trends follow along the edge of a resistivity high  Several of the NAA trends follow the resistivity low in the middle of the grid The Middle-Wolf-Fisher Zone VLF Grid has 25 anomalous TX NAA trends. 144G-145H-146H-147H-148I-149H-150J-151N-152L-153L-154K-155J 11. 152B-153C 3. 135H-137G-139K-141G-143E-144F-145E-146E-147E-148F-149E-150E-151J-152I-153J- 154G-155F-157F-159G-157G-159H-161F 9. 152G-153H-154E-155D-157D-159E-161D 5. Are these trends recommended for ground follow-up?. 139N-141J-143H-144I 13. 135H-137G-139J-141E-143D-144F-145D-146C-147C-148D-149D-150C-151H-153I-154F- 155E 8. 146N-147M-148M-150P-151R 21. 135I-137H 12 . 151E-152D-153E-154A-155A-157A-159A-161A 4. 135E-137C-139G-141B-143A-144A-145A-146B-147B-148C 6. 144N-145N-146P-147N-1480-149N-150Q-151S-152P-143Q-154P-1550-157M-1590- 161M 24. 141M-143J-144M-145M 23. 147F-148G-149F-150G-151K-152J-153H-154I-155H-157H-159J-161H 10.

Map 4 TX NAA In-Phase Fraser Contours 13 .

Map 5 TX NAA Quadrature Fraser Contours 14 .

Map 6 TX NAA Resistivity Contours 15 .

150G-151M-152J 15. 144F-145F-146F-147G-148G-149G-150F-151L-152J-153J-154I-155H 14. 143I-144G-145H-146H-147I 18. 148I-149I-150H 17. Are these recommended for follow-up? NO 1. 153E-154C 4. 137A-139F 5. 153P-154P-155N-157M-159M-161L 22. 146I-147K-148J-149J-150J 20. 135L-137J-139N-141I-143J-144H-145I 19.TX NML Maps 7 & 8 Fraser Filters Contours Map 9 Resistivity contours  Several VLF tends follow the edge of a resistivity high on west edge of grid  Several VLF trends follow the resistivity low in middle of grid  There is a strong resistivity low in the area of the following VLF Picks between lines 150N and 151N to 155N 150-M 150-N 150-0 150-P 150-Q 151-Q 151-R 151-S 151-T 152-O 152-Q 152-R 153-0 153-P 153-Q 153-R 154—154-P 154-Q 155-0 The Middle-Wolf-Fisher Zone VLF Grid has 26 anomalous TX NML trends. 157H-159H-161G 13. 135H-137F-139K-141E-143E-144D-145D 10. 151B-152A-153A 2. 146C-147D-148D-149C-150C-151J-152G 9. 135D-137B-139G-141B-143A-144A-145A-146A-147A-148A-149A-150A 6. 149B-150B-151I-152F-153H-154E-155D-157F-159E-161D 7. 146B-147C 8. 150G-151M-152J 16. 135I-137G-139L-141G-143F-144E-145E-146E-147F-148F-149E-150E-151K-152H- 153H-154G-155F-157G-159G-161E 12. 151C-152D-153D-154A-157A-159A-161A 3. 135M-137K-1390-141J-143L-144I-146J-147L-148K-149K-150L-151P-152O-153O 21. 135J-137H 11. 150N-151R-152P-153Q-154Q-1550-1570-1590-161N 16 .

23. 141N-143N-144K-145K-146K-147N-149M-1500-151S-152Q-153R 25. 147Q-148Q-150P-151T-152R-153S-154S 26. 139T-141N-143M 24. 148R-150Q-151U-152S 17 .

Map 7 TX NML In-Phase Fraser Contours 18 .

Map 8 TX NML Quadrature Fraser Contours 19 .

Map 9 TX NML Resistivity Contours 20 .

the VLF Picks and trends covering this zone could not be identified by the author. Ground follow-up of VLF Picks and Trends north of the Middle Zone.  Ground follow up of the VLF Picks and Trends outlined in this report.  Compare the VLF Survey trends with known geological mapping. 158N.  Produce plan maps of KH filter data in order to delineate the best conductive zones across the grid.  Discovery of new rusty outcrops during the course of the survey identified by VLF anomalies. as it appears that many of the weaker VLF picks and trends represent geological contacts.  View the Reconnaissance VLF lines on Google Earth images in order to identify linear structures. There were plenty of outcrops north of line 143N and the small lake.  Produce plan maps of modelled data at various depths of -25. it was difficult to match the many VLF picks between the 200 meter lines and in some cases the 100 meter lines.  Produce plan maps of 3D Fraser filtered data to better follow weaker trends across the grid.Conclusions This TEST Ground VLF EM-16 survey over the Middle-Wolf-Fisher Zones was successful in:  Defining Several VLF bedrock conductors including a trend over the Wolf Zone and the Middle Zone. These include areas where historical sampling was taken and where rusty outcrops were found during the course of the VLF survey.  Without geological information or geological strike information.  Overlay known drilling onto the VLF section models in order to better understand the VLF responses. Recommendations  Run additional 100 meter fill in lines between 156N.  Use a portable VLF transmitter in order to better energize the conductive horizons between the Wolf Zone and the strong VLF Conductors from Lines 147N to 161N.  Using a bedrock background resistivity of 2000 ohms gave us modelled sections to 144. -50 & -100 in an attempt to delineate the trends of the best conductive zones. This information will allow an easier interpretation and outline trends across the survey area.0 meters in depth and outlined several highly resistive and minimally resistive rock units.  Several VLF trends from the Wolf Zone were identified heading north from line 147N.  Since the UTM location of the Fisher zone was not disclosed at the time of the VLF survey. Prospecting along these trends might uncover outcropping of the Middle Zone trend. This will energize the conductive zones due to better coupling of energy. The Transmitter 21 . 160N in order to obtain additional VLF Picks and trends northward from line 154N.

153-P. 152-Q  153-0. 153-P. 150-0  151-Q. 150-N. 155-0 NML  150-M. 151-S  152-P. 153-Q  154-0. 153-Q. The strongest VLF conductors that require geophysical follow-up are located at the following Picks: NAA  150-0. 153-R  154-P. 155-0 22 .wire should be laid out along Tie Line 9800E with VLF lines run to the east. 150-P. 151-S  152-0. 155-N. 151-R. 154-P  155-M. 152-P  153-0. 150-Q  151-R. 154-Q  155-N.

List of References Baker. 2012: Technical Report and Mineral Resource Estimate Update. VLF-EM model studies and some simple quantitative applications to field results: Geoexploration 17. M.W. 1997: Operating Manual for VLF Em-16 Karous. Geophysical Prospecting 31. Geophysics.O.S. 2013: VLF 2D V1.. 1979. Geoph. Expl.. 34 958-967 Geonics Ltd..D. 55-63 Fraser. Electrical Methods in Applied Geophysics 11. D. 37- 38 McNeil. 782-794 Kociumbas. D. Ontario.3 A program for 2D inversion 23 .B. For Harte Gold Corp. 1991: Geological Mapping using VLF radio fields.A. F. A. Boniwell. Soc. In Nabghian. Canadian Institute of Mining and Metalurgy. M. Special Volume 41. 111-125 of VLF-EM Data Monteiro Santos. and Labson. J.E. and Fardy.A. 1969. M.. S. and Hjelt.C. J. Contouring of VLF-EM data. 1983: Linear filtering of VLF dip-angle measurements. 1989: VLF Electromagnetic Method.N Ed. 521-640 Sayden.P. and J. H. for the Dayohessarah Greenstone Belt Lake Property. Myers.

Geo . Dated this 13th day of July 2017 Shaun Parent. Ltd. from the University of Toronto in 1986 4. 3. I graduated with a Geological Technician Diploma from Sir Sandford Fleming College in 1986. Residing at 282 B Whispering Pines Road. Adventure & Climbing Co. P. Shaun Parent. I am a consulting Geoscientist with Superior Exploration. Fernando Santos of Lisbon. I am a member in good standing with the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario #1955 and a member of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada.Certificate of Qualifications I. Diploma-Geo. 5. I have been employed continuously as a Geoscientist for the past 26 years since my graduation from University. BSc. 6. Geo (Limited) 24 . Ontario do certify that: 1. P. Batchawana Bay. Portugal. I graduated with a BSc. 2. The nature of my involvement with this project was to carry out the interpretation of the VLF data using the EMTOMO VLF2D Software of which I have been developing with Dr.

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