The Graphite Creek deposit is characterized by coarse, crystalline (large-flake), graphite within graphite-bearing schist.  Graphite mineralization is exposed at surface along the Kigluaik Mountain Range front.  The large flake graphite occurs as disseminations and high grade segregations and lenses in distinct sillimanite-garnet-quartz-biotite schist and quartz-biotite schist.  The host schist is continuous over 18 km of strike length, based on mapping, sampling and airborne geophysics.

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