Situated in the Maricunga belt, Cerro Delta is an Epithermal Deposit of High Au and Ag Sulphurization composed of granitic to porphyric rock instructed by dacitic dome, andesitic lavas and mafic dikes. It presents zones of Advanced Argilica alterations with central zones composed by structures with Qz-Vuggy with silica superimposition. Surface geochemical results reached values of up to 5.75 gr/Tn.
The project is situated in the Diablillos salt flat, in the Los Andes department, Salta Province. The area is bordered to the north by the Salar Centenario-Ratones, to the south by the Cerro Colorado or Diablillos, to the east by the Cerro Incahuasi and the Cumbres de Luracatao and to the west by the Cerro Ratones, which separate it from the Salar del Hombre Muerto.
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