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The Mount Copeland Glacier zone features underground production (1970 to 1973) that extracted 169,729 tonnes and recovered 2,625,046 pounds (1,190,713 kilograms) of molybdenum.
When the Mount Copeland Glacier zone molybdenum mine went into production in 1970, development work (diamond drilling, mapping and sampling) indicated there were 163,340 tonnes at 1.1 per cent Mo (Fyles, 1973).
Mount Copeland nepheline syenite complex geologically correlates with the west flank of the Frenchman's Cap gneiss dome, which includes REE-enriched deposits located along the Perry River/Ratchford Creek and Mount Grace areas.