In the article “Soltoro picks low-hanging fruit in Jalisco” (T.N.M., Oct. 22–28/12,) an investor was incorrectly identified as Soltoro’s vice-president of exploration in the photo caption on page 12.
Also in last week’s article “Mirasol makes the grade with Patagonian silver,” the contained ounces of silver at the La Negra and La Morocha deposits were overstated.
The full paragraph regarding the updated resource estimate should have read: “On Aug. 7, Mirasol updated the resource at Joaquin’s La Negra and La Morocha deposits, which totals 13.7 million measured and indicated tonnes grading 90.1 grams silver per tonne and 0.1 gram gold for 39.7 million contained oz. silver and 42,600 contained oz. gold. In the inferred category are another 8.3 million tonnes grading 118.3 grams silver and 0.07 gram gold for 31.7 million contained oz. silver and 19,800 contained oz. gold.”
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