Quaterra Drilling Continues to Expand Acid-Soluble Copper Zone at MacArthur

- September 9th, 2010

Quaterra Resources Inc. (CVE:QTA, NYSE Amex:QMM) announced that new results have confirmed the continuity of acid-soluble copper mineralization between the MacArthur pit and the Gallagher area, a distance of 12,000 feet or 2.3 miles, at its 100%-owned MacArthur copper project in Yerington, Nevada.

Quaterra Resources Inc. (TSXV:QTA, NYSE Amex:QMM) announced that new results have confirmed the continuity of acid-soluble copper mineralization between the MacArthur pit and the Gallagher area, a distance of 12,000 feet or 2.3 miles, at its 100%-owned MacArthur copper project in Yerington, Nevada.

The press release is quoted as saying:

Since April this year, the company has drilled a total of 21,143 feet in 37 reverse circulation holes to expand the known copper resource at MacArthur. The outer margins of the deposit have not yet been delineated. The program tested areas on a 500 feet by 500 feet grid north and west of the MacArthur pit, the Gallagher area and the Northwest Target area.

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