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The Sterling Gold Project lies within the Walker Lane Tectonic Belt, a NW-trending megalineament in southwestern Nevada, which hosts several significant gold mining districts, especially epithermal gold-silver deposits. The Walker Lane is fundamentally a deepseated, Miocene tectonic boundary between Basin and Range extension in the western Great Basin, and subduction-related tectonics and calc-alkaline magmatism of the Sierra Nevada.

The deposits on the Sterling property are typical of sedimentary and volcanic-hosted gold deposits in the western US, particularly in the Great Basin in Nevada. These deposits include sediment hosted, disseminated precious metal deposits; known as Carlin-type deposits, as well as epithermal-style deposits.

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