On May 24, uranium geologist James Sykes and I sat down for a discussion on how to read drill results from mineral exploration companies.
We, specifically, focused on uranium exploration and uranium geology for this video. I’m calling it a “masterclass” for titling purposes but this is obviously not everything you’d want to know about uranium drill results and uranium geology. There is much more to this complicated subject, and I would be happy to discuss some of its aspects in a future video.
If you have any questions for James, or whoever else you might want me to talk to, please leave those in the comments below this video.
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