The Lateron Project presently consists of application for Exploration License E80/5545 on unclaimed crown land approximately 10 km East of Billiluna and 150 km South of Halls Creek in Western Australia.  


This application covers magnetic anomalies related to sulphide bearing mafic / ultramafic intrusions intersected during historic exploration in the early 1980s which for which assays were not reported at the time, and which have not since been followed-up.  
Historic diamond drilling by AFMECO in 1982 targeted roll front uranium mineralization in Paleozoic sediments.  One of these holes intersected shallow “basement” rocks at 77.5 m vertical depth in hole S-19.  The drill logs for this hole indicate the basement lithology consists of “basic, foliated, coarse grained pyroxenite containing abundant pyrite, hematitic quartz veins and dolerite differentiations”.  AFMECO reported no geochemical assay results for any of their drill holes which were instead systematically logged by a geophysical tool sensitive only to uranium mineralisation.

Detailed (150 m line spaced) airborne magnetic surveys indicate that this suite of mafic-ultramafic intrusive rocks is partially remnantly magnetised and underlies an area of approximately 7 km2.  

Recent (2017) airborne gravity surveying indicates that a discrete gravity anomaly is also associated with these intrusions (Figure 3).  

Buxton intends to investigate the potential for magmatic and/or hydrothermal base & precious metal mineralisation associated with these sulphide bearing intrusions.