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The symposium will address recent work on Nb, Ta, REE, Li, Be, and Zr mineralization associated with carbonatites, pegmatites, peralkaline intrusions, and REE-bearing ion adsorption clay deposits. Work on V, Ge, and Ga resources and...

source: Co-sponsored by the British Columbia Geological Survey, Natural Resources Canada, and the Pacific Section of the Geological Association of Canada

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source: APGO

KWG Resources of Toronto has filed an updated 43-101 report for its Koper Lake chromite project in the Ring of Fire. Inferred resources now stand at an estimated 85.9 million tons grading 34.5 per cent Cr2O3 (20 per cent cut-off). The tonnage represents an increase of 11...

source: Canadian Mining Journal

Planet Earth is situated in what astronomers call the Goldilocks Zone — a sweet spot in a solar system where a planet's surface temperature is neither too hot nor too cold. An ideal distance from a home star...

source: Phys.org

Australian companies are searching high and low for new graphite deposits, and their hunt is seeing old mines re-open from Port Lincoln to northern Sweden. Graphite is an important industrial material, used in batteries,...

source: ABC.net

The federal and provincial governments committed almost $6 million recently to help fund a wastewater project that is crucial to future development and environmental protection, according to Amherstburg's Mayor Aldo DiCarlo. DiCarlo...

source: Windsor Star


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