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Two additional drill holes at Ambler Metals’ Arctic project in northwest Alaska have intersected significant zones of high-grade copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver mineralisation, Kallanish reports. The results include one drill hole that intersected six mineralised intervals including 27.65 metres of 2.75% copper, 2.65% zinc, 0.46% lead, 0.66 grams/tonne of gold and 42.81 g/t of silver for a copper equivalent grade of 4.67% and 10.91 m of 3.31% copper, 8.2…
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