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Latest News From Terra Resources

Below you will find up-to-date news from the Terra Resources team along with articles of interest

Aruma provides Exploration Update

Aruma provides Exploration Update – Slate Dam and Beowulf drill targets generated from results of highly successful high resolution airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey

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New geophysics? Or bad geophysics? How to not be fooled.

Misguided scientists erroneously think they have found ways to bend or ignore scientific principles, and in some cases unscrupulous tricksters are willing to sell a bogus product to an exploration market desperate for competitive advantage.

Geophysics thrives on innovation. New science should be actively encouraged. But many millions of exploration dollars are wasted, and much damage is done to the business of exploration and the reputation of geophysics, by ineffective or bogus techniques. This document was created to give some guidelines to geologists interested in innovative methods, but wary of wasting money conducting useless surveys and drilling holes in the wrong places.

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Millennium makes key exploration breakthrough at Nullagine

Millennium Minerals Limited (ASX: MOY) (“Millennium” or the “Company”) is please to advise that is has identified a major new greenfields exploration target in close proximity to the large-scale Golden Eagle deposit at its 100% owned Nullagine Gold Project in WA’s East Pilbara .

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Terra Resources was pleased to be associated with AEGC 2018: Australasian Exploration Geoscience Conference. Our staff at Terra Resources were pleased to present a paper on Geophysics for Sediment Hosted Coper and Gold Mineralisation.

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Redstone Resources – All EM targets upgraded following confirmation of sulphides at EM1A

Redstone Resources Limited (ASX: RDS) (“Redsone” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that the geochemical analysis of the composited RC drill samples from the drilling of EM1A electromagnetic anomaly (EM1A) has confirmed the intersection of a large body or sulphide mineralisation (predominantly pyrite), on Redstone’s 100% owned West Musgrave Project (the “Project”) in West Musgrave Region of Western Australia.

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