C4. The strongest SJ Geophysics Ltd. anomaly (up to 25ms amplitude) is centred at 3200S/200W and extends from 100m to >300m depth. At a depth of >200m the footprint of this anomaly forms an elliptical shaped body 350m wide and 500m long, oriented NW. This chargeable mass lies within a band of high (> 200 ohm-m) resistivity (RH3) that extends east from the Cherry Creek Fault to the southeast corner of the property (open to the east). This resistive band is continuous in the near surface and forms a cap over the chargeable mass. The chargeable body itself exhibits a lower resistivity (approximately 80 ohm-m). There are indications in near surface resistivity data that a northerly trending fault cuts through the middle of this target. Weak and shallow chargeability highs are scattered around the southwestern edge of this feature.