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Title: Geochemical data from drill cores sampled at the Alice Springs core logging facility April 2010
Report ID: CSR0058
Year: 2010
Author: Jiricka, D
Corporate Author: Cameco Australia
Drillhole/Well Name: H20;  H211;  H51;  J2;  J26;  J6
COREDAT ID: 2879;  2876;  2840;  2774;  2768;  2754
Geological Province: Amadeus Basin
Map250: Hermannsburg SF5313
Alice Springs SF5314
Map100: MacDonnell Ranges 5550
Alice Springs 5650
Subject: Uranium exploration
Geochemical sampling
Stratigraphy: Undandita Member
Brewer Conglomerate
Abstract: During April of 2010, a total of 13 unmineralized drill core samples were collected by Cameco Corporation staff, from six drill holes stored at the NT core storage facility in Alice Springs. The sampled drill cores were obtained from drill holes which intersected the host Devonian Undandita Member of the Brewer Conglomerate in the Amadeus Basin. These drill holes were completed in the immediate vicinity of the Julia, Nonouba and Daria sandstone-hosted uranium occurrences and are believed to be representative of the local geological environment containing these zones of uranium mineralization. The purpose of the sampling program was to provide a basis for geochemical comparison with Cameco's nearby Angela sandstone-hosted uranium deposit.
NOTESee also CR1977-008 and CR1978-0128
Document Type: Core Analysis
Appears in Collections:Core Sampling Reports

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