ZincX Resources Initiates Airborne LiDAR Survey of Akie and Mt….

ZincX Resources Initiates Airborne LiDAR Survey of Akie and Mt….

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VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 28, 2022 / ZincX Resources Corp. (“ZincX” or the “Company”) (TSX Venture Exchange:ZNX)(OTCQB:ZNCXF)(FRA:M9R) is pleased to announce that it has commenced the previously planned high resolution airborne LiDAR survey over the Akie and Mt Alcock properties. The survey will be completed in the coming weeks.

The company has Eagle Mapping Ltd. of Langley, British Columbia, to conduct an airborne LiDAR survey over the Company’s Akie and Mt. Alcock properties. The survey should be carried out in the coming weeks, weather permitting.

A Piper Navajo PA-31 aircraft will conduct the survey using a RIEGL LMS-Q1560 high-performance, long-range, fully integrated in-flight laser scanner integrated with an accurate Applanix POS AV610 GPS system. The two properties are broken down into appropriate segments and flown in a grid pattern along a series of parallel lines while maintaining vertical and horizontal accuracy. The study area of ​​the Akie property is 97.6 km2 and the Mt. Alcock property consists of 91.2 km2.

Eagle Mapping Ltd. will provide the Company with a high resolution 0.5m Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and Digital Surface Model (DSM), a bare earth point dataset and a fully detailed topographic dataset including contours for use in future exploration programs.

Data collected during this airborne survey will be used in conjunction with a planned ground gravity program over the Cardiac Creek deposit on the Akie property and over the Zn-Pb-Ag-rich barite occurrence on the Mt Alcock property approximately 40 kilometers away. used on the northwest Akie property. The data will be a valuable source of information for all future engineering design and surface infrastructure plans related to the development of the Cardiac Creek deposit as detailed in the Company’s 2018 Preliminary Economic Assessment.

The company has Eagle Mapping Ltd. previously engaged on two other occasions;…



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