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Most of Discovery's recent clients are Canadian junior mineral exploration companies, although in the past we have worked with clients such as Teck-Cominco, Inco and Minnova. Over the last few years, some of our clients/projects are as follows:

Amato Exploration Ltd

Mexico, 43-101 report

Aztec Metals Corp

Mexico, 43-101 report

Bearclaw Capital Corp

BC, copper-gold

Cantex Mine Development

Nevada, gold

Cardero Resources Corp

Argentina, gold

Claude Resources Inc

Ontario & Sask., gold

Eagle Mountain Gold Corp.

BC, base metals
Chile, copper

Eskay Mining Corp.

BC, precious & base metals

Far West Mining Ltd

Sweden, base metals

Galore Resources Inc

BC, copper-gold
NWT, uranium

Golden Predator Royalty
and Development Corp.

Nev. and Ore. 43-101 reports

Metalex Ventures Ltd

Ontario, base metals

Monroe Minerals Inc

Newfoundland and Labrador, uranium

Nevsun Resources Ltd

Eritrea, gold and base metals
Nevada, gold

OroAndes Resource Corp

Columbia, gold

Pacific Bay Minerals Ltd

BC, molybdenum-tungsten

Spanish Mountain Gold Ltd.

BC, gold

Sunrise Resources Ltd.

BC, copper-gold

Taiga Consultants Ltd

NWT and Saskatchewan, uranium
Paraguay, uranium

Temex Resources Corp

Ontario, base metals

Texas T Minerals Inc

Chile, gold and copper

Wallbridge Mining Company

BC, copper

Wealth Minerals Ltd

Argentina, uranium
BC, gold

Heavy mineral stream sediment sampling for gold in the Puna of Northwest Argentina
Our field crew at work mapping and sampling a mineralized sedimentary exhalative horizon on a property near Revelstoke BC
Copper mineralization in wall of hand dug open pit in the Atacama Region, Chile
Disseminated carnotite in sandstone from San Jorge Basin, Chubut Province, Patagonia region, Argentina
Discovery geologists and Argentinean geologists employed by Wealth Minerals taking a lunch break in the Argentine Puna

Photo Source Note:
The historical gold panning image featured throughout this site is from a book entitled ‘The Klondike Stampede of 1897-1898’ by Edwin Tappan Adney. With permission, the photo has been provided to us by Yukon Archives, Tappan Adney fonds, courtesy of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, McGill University Libraries, 81/9 #124. To visit the Yukon Archives website, please click here.
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