Potash Project
Country Canada 
Province Alberta
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Potash Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Potash Project
Utah Uranium Corp.
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Location of the Potash Project
The property is located within east-central Alberta, along the Saskatchewan-Alberta border; close to Canada's first Potash mine in Unity.
History of the Potash Project
The Potash-bearing beds of the Prairie Evaporite Formation are shown to project into the Eyehill Creek Property by Hamilton (1971), while Hamilton and Olson (1994) document a Potash Showing on the property. Most of the recorded Potash Exploration in Alberta occurred between 1965 and 1968.
Geology of the Potash Project
The Eyehill Creek Potash Property is underlain at depth by the Prairie Evaporite Formation, the uppermost unit of the Elk Point Group. The Prairie Evaporite Formation occurs extensively across the plains region of western Canada, where individual potash beds can be up to seven meters thick.
Data last updated on : 3/25/2008
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