EPM17547 "Tate River Extended" Final Report for Period Ending 1 June 2020

Final Report following Surrender of permit on 1 June 2020. During the reporting period CSD performed desktop review to identify additional targets to add to the Lynd/Tate river region pipeline of projects. The focus of this targeting was to identify potential Cretaceous aged sand ridges or alluvial stockpiles. These targets could be evaluated before being added to the CSD alluvial tin resource base with the goal of building an appreciable inventory to allow the future assessment of a potential mining operation based in the region. The desktop review identified in excess of 25 targets across the region and two mining lease applications, named Martins Terrace (ML20722) and Martins Hill (ML20723) which are within or adjacent to the EPM were applied for. Several other targets such as the Tate River Gravel Bar, Telegraph, McDevitts and Torwood sandridges were identified locally and ranked for future assessment to continue to develop the companies’ pipeline of alluvial projects across the region.

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Report persistent identifier CR122645
Report type Coal or Mineral Permit Report - Surrender (End of Tenure)
Permit number EPM 17547
Report was generated by
Dataset contains these earth science data categories Geology
Targeted or actual commodity Tin (Sn)
Report is of geological features
Report period start date 2010-06-15
Report end date 2020-06-01
Report extents in GeoJSON
Map tiles by MapBox, under CC BY 3.0. Data by OpenStreetMap, under CC BY SA.
Creator Geological Survey of Queensland
Maintainer email GSQOpenData@dnrme.qld.gov.au