South East Greenland is one of the most prospective areas for gold in Greenland. There are several orogenic gold prospects in the area, such as Kangerluluk, Sorte Nunatak, Jokum’s Shear (Danell Fjord), and Kutseq. Grab samples yielded up to 120 g/t Au.
The Stendalen intrusion hosts iron-titanium-vanadium mineralisation with average 4.8% TiO2 and 2,335 ppm V. The factsheet highlights the geology, grades, exploration history, with key references.
Navarana Fjord is the most important of all the zinc-barium showings in North Greenland. This factsheets highlights the geology, grades, exploration history, with key references.
Itilliarsuk in West Greenland hosts iron ore within a BIF, with a non-compliant resource of 91 Mt at 33.4% Fe2O3. Shear-zone related quartz veins appear within the BIF sequence. Gold grades are up to 41 g/t in grab samples and 15 g/t in channel samples. This factsheets highlights the geology, grades and exploration history of the area, with key references.
Washington Land in North Greenland hosts two high-grade MVT-style zinc prospects, with grades up to 16.6% Pb+Zn in cores. The area is open for exploration. This factsheet highlights the geology, grades and exploration history, with key references.