Several important features of the Cikondang deposit have been identified;
1) Except where several drillholes are available on the same cross- section, the orebody was assumed to be vertical. This is often not the case and can lead to underestimation of thickness (and tonnage).
2) Where recovery is low, the heaviest particles (ie the sulphides which contain the gold) are most likely to remain in the hole and the resulting grades of the sampled core will be lower.
3) High grade mineralization extends to depths of at least 200m. The drill data suggests that the Jurasan No.1 Vein is a major mineralized structure that most probably continues depths well below 200m.
4) High grade mineralization was intersected along a strike length of over 1000m and encountered at the extreme north and south of this zone (CDD 19 to the north and CDD 12 to the south). The Jurasan No.1 Vein, however, is known to extend 2,000m to both the north and south beyond these holes and the drilling indicates that the mineralization continues along strike.