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By Shane Lasley
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PolarX taps native copper at Caribou Dome

Says discovery indicates immense exploration upside at project North of 60 Mining News – October 8, 2021


Last updated 10/7/2021 at 1:48pm

PolarX Caribou Dome 2021 core drill program Alaska Range property Zackly Main

PolarX Ltd.

Coarse-grained native copper encountered at a depth of 109 meters in hole CD21-006 drilled at Caribou Dome.

PolarX Ltd. Oct. 5 reported that its 2021 core drill program at Caribou Dome discovered widespread zones of finely disseminated and vein-hosted native copper over a 1,200-meter-long corridor on this project in Alaska.

Part of PolarX' larger Alaska Range property, Caribou Dome hosts 2.8 million metric tons of combined measured, indicated, and inferred resources averaging 3.1% (189.6 million poun...

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