Field Program Announced For Eden Rare-Earth Project

- May 20th, 2010

Medallion Resources reports that the first-phase exploration program at the Eden Rare-Earth project has been finalized.
The program will be overseen by Hamid Mumin, PhD, PGeo, PEng. Dr Mumin, Medallion’s consultant and a recognized expert on the Eden rare-earth-element (REE) occurrences, has written and published numerous studies of the Eden Lake REE-bearing carbonatite intrusions since he discovered them […]

Medallion Resources reports that the first-phase exploration program at the Eden Rare-Earth project has been finalized.

The program will be overseen by Hamid Mumin, PhD, PGeo, PEng. Dr Mumin, Medallion’s consultant and a recognized expert on the Eden rare-earth-element (REE) occurrences, has written and published numerous studies of the Eden Lake REE-bearing carbonatite intrusions since he discovered them in 2002. Dr Mumin teaches geology at Brandon University in Manitoba, where he is an Associate Professor and Director of the Laboratory of Applied Resource Geology.

Dr Bill Bird, Medallion President & CEO says:

“I am especially pleased to have Hamid Mumin as our leader for the Eden REE field work. His expertise is an important addition to our team. We anticipate rapid progress this summer with our first Eden field studies.” “We will concentrate on defining the REE mineralogy and chemistry, which is the first and most important step in any REE exploration. For these critical studies, Dr Tony Mariano, the pre-eminent REE mineralogist, and Dr Jim Clark, one of our Advisors and also an REE expert, will join us in the field and with follow-up laboratory work.”

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