Mount Pleasant Mine
Mount Pleasant Mine
Country Canada 
Province New brunswick
Close to Fredericton
Surface 16 km² / 3,954 acres Number of claims 102
Latitude / Longitude 45 N 26 / 66 W 39
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Explores for Molybdenum - Tin - Tungsten - Zinc -
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Mount Pleasant Mine
Status Risk : Advanced discovery
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Mount Pleasant Mine
Adex Mining Inc.
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Mount Pleasant Mine
The Mount Pleasant Mine property is located in Charlotte County, New Brunswick, 80 kilometres south of Fredericton, the provincial capital.
History of the Mount Pleasant Mine
The Mount Pleasant Mine property has a long history of exploration and development beginning in 1937 when tin mineralization was first discovered on the property. The focus of exploration over the years has shifted from tin-based deposits from 1954- more...
Geology of the Mount Pleasant Mine
The Mount Pleasant deposits lie within the Appalachian Orogen in southern New Brunswick. These deposits occur within gently dipping Late Devonian age volcanic and sedimentary rocks that are the remnants of a large epicontinental caldera complex.  more...
Data last updated on : 1/2/2010
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