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COPPER EXPLORATION – New discovery made at Woodjam JV

BRITISH COLUMBIA - A new porphyry copper and molybdenum system has been identified at the Woodjam property 50 km ea...


BRITISH COLUMBIA – A new porphyry copper and molybdenum system has been identified at the Woodjam property 50 km east of Williams Lake. Woodjam is a joint venture of FJORDLAND EXPLORATION and CARIBOO ROSE RESOURCES, both headquartered in Vancouver.

Fjordland is conducting a 10-hole, 3,000-metre drill program to investigate the Southeast zone. The first hole assayed 0.11% Cu and 14 ppm Mo. The second returned 242.6 metres grading 0.18% Cu and 64 ppm Mo. Both holes were drilled in bedrock and the mineralization was traced to the bottom of the holes.

A large reconnaissance IP survey conducted earlier this year hinted at the Southeast zone, 3.0 km east of other known mineralization at the Woodjam project. The survey and the location of the holes drilled this year are posted at both www.FjordlandEx.com and www.CaribooRose.com.


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