The project covers an area of 5014 hectares in northern Chile.
In February 2011 Cornerstone acquired the Miocene gold-silver-copper project located north and along strike of the Maricunga belt, which hosts a number of world class epithermal gold-silver and porphyry gold-copper deposits. Although post-mineralization sediments and volcanics largely cover the Miocene project area, geological and geochemical data suggest that prospective Maricunga rocks underlie the area. Cornerstone is utilizing a proprietary geological and geochemical database to acquire mineral concessions within the project area, and has already filed mineral concession applications covering 102 km2 of prospective ground. Planned exploration programs include soil and stream sediment geochemistry surveys designed to identify targets for follow-up work.
15-10 - Miocene Project (Chile) Update
14-25 - Cornerstone Initiates Exploration on its Miocene Project, Northern Chile
14-17 - Cornerstone reduces Miocene (Chile) Property Work Commitments
11-08 - Cornerstone acquires new Gold-Silver-Copper project in Chile