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Title: EL 4968, relinquished area report Alexandria Station
Title Holder / Company: Northern Cement
Report id: CR1989-0617
Tenure: EL4968
Year: 1989
Author: Nixon, LGB
Abstract: This work is part of much larger search by Northern Cement to locate high-grade gypsum in economically viable quantities. Considerable work has now been undertaken on EL 4968, focusing on Six Mile Waterhole. A final drilling campaign of forty holes for 162.3 m has confirmed the extent and thickness of a gypsum resource. It extends for 2.4 km along a northeasterly trend. It varies in width from 0.5 km to 1.5 km. The maximum thickness is 3.5 m but the average is probably about 1.75 m. This is sufficient to meet company needs at current rate of consumption for the foreseeable future. Some of the EL has been relinquished. It is recommended the remaining EL be surrendered in favour of other forms of mining tenure.
Date Added: 23-Oct-2013
Appears in Collections:Minerals Exploration Reports (MEX)

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