Pacific Bay reports strong Rare Earth Element assays

- February 8th, 2010

Pacific Bay Minerals reports soil and rock samples strongly anomalous in Rare Earth Elements from its Cueva del Chacho property, La Rioja province, Argentina. The Cueva del Chacho property is located approximately 70 km south-southwest of the provincial capital city of La Rioja adjacent to a major paved road. The 3,000 hectare (11.5 sq mi) … Continued

Pacific Bay Minerals reports soil and rock samples strongly anomalous in Rare Earth Elements from its Cueva del Chacho property, La Rioja province, Argentina.

The Cueva del Chacho property is located approximately 70 km south-southwest of the provincial capital city of La Rioja adjacent to a major paved road. The 3,000 hectare (11.5 sq mi) Cueva del Chacho property lies on-trend, 8 kms north of the Los Colorados Mine, on a regional sedimentary reduction-oxidation boundary where approximately 55,000 kg of uranium concentrates were produced from classic sedimentary roll-fronts between 1992 and 1996.

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