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Title: XRF and ALS assaying of water bore chips at Alice Springs Core Facility
Report ID: CSR0071
Year: 2011
Author: Devencorn, B
Corporate Author: Natural Resources Exploration
Drillhole/Well Name: Waterbore holes
COREDAT ID: N/A
Geological Province: Musgrave Block
Map250: Mount Drummond SE5312
Alroy SE5315
Brunette Downs SE5311
Ranken SE5316
Helen Springs SE5310
Robinson River SE5304
Calvert Hills SE5308
Beetaloo SE5306
Ayers Rock SG5208
Mount Young SD5315
Pellew SD5316
Map100: Mulga Park 5246
Britten Jones 5146
Carrara 6460
Mitchiebo 6360
Mittiebah 6260
Boxer 6261
Coanjula 6262
Tarrabool 5961
Rockhampton Downs 5960
Boree 6160
Alroy 6159
Alexandria 6259
Eva Downs 5861
Monmoona 5761
Ucharonidge 5762
Bing Bong 6166
Pellew 6266
Subject: Base metals
Precious metals
Phosphates
Water bore sampling
Geochemical sampling
Assay value
Geochemistry
Abstract: Natural Resources Exploration Pty Ltd has acquired a number of tenements in the Northern Territory located in various regions including the Southern Georgina Basin, Jervois Aileron Region, Arunta Region, Amadeus and Pedirka Basins. The first tenure granted to NRE was Exploration Licence Number 27640 in the Southern Nicholson Region, which was granted to NRE on 20 April 2010 along with a number of other Exploration Licences around this time. Within the first year of NRE's exploration licences, NRE has conducted XRF Assaying of all water bore chips available for each project area at the Alice Springs Core Facility. This exploration activity was completed in order to define mineral potential within the project areas. The XRF Assaying of water bore chips at the Alice Springs Core Facility involved: Delineation of all water bores drilling in the project areas; Compilation and data entry of all relevant information recorded at the time of drilling, including geology intersected and water chemistry; Determination of water bore chips available for XRF analysis held at the Alice Springs Core Facility; Assessment and correlation of XRF results and geological data within each hole and across the project areas. The XRF Analysis of water bore chips held at the Northern Territory Department of Resources Alice Springs Core Facility has proved to be valuable to NRE in determining the mineral prospectivity of each of its project areas and specifically, in respect of each tenement. After compilation and detailed interrogation of all currently available data within each tenement with the XRF results, NRE was provided with valuable insight into the mineral potential of each of its tenements.
NOTEXRF of water bore cuttings
Document Type: Core Analysis
Appears in Collections:Core Sampling Reports

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