Pacific Bay Minerals reports that assay results show strong potential for REE at the Cueva del Chacho claims in La Rioja Province, Argentina. The strong REE values were obtained through an initial collection of 39 samples over an area of roughly 6 square kilometers on the Cueva del Chacho Property in both coarse sediments and in leucocratic granite. The [...]
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Ucore Uranium Inc. reports additional assay results from the 2009 drill program at Bokan-Dotson Ridge in southeast Alaska. The 2009 program, administered under Ucore’s wholly owned U.S.–based subsidiary, Rare Earth One, completed a total of 2,840 metres of core from 27 diamond drill holes. The 2009 drilling focused primarily on the road-accessible Dotson Trend, with additional [...]
Ucore Uranium Inc. reports initial assay results from its 2009 drill program at Bokan-Dotson Ridge. The latest assay results, pertaining to the first 12 holes completed in the 2009 exploration season, support the Company’s model of multiple structurally-controlled rare earth mineralized systems, each spanning several kilometers in length and remaining open at depth. Jim McKenzie, President [...]
CanAlaska Uranium reports extensive zones of heavy and light rare earth mineralization in surface rocks and boulder trains on the North East Wollaston project. Total Rare Earth Element (REE) mineralization ranging from 0.2% to 10% is reported and, in many cases, it is the most valuable mineralization component of the samples. In other samples, REE occurs as [...]
Ucore Uranium Inc. reports drilling has began at its 100% owned Bokan – Dotson Ridge rare earth element (REE) project, southeast Alaska. Ucore acquired the property in 2007, and has completed 2,938 meters of drilling over 46 drill holes in 2007 and 2008, primarily investigating the potential for uranium mineralization at the I&L zone. Those drill holes [...]