Goldcliff Resource Corporation

Goldcliff Resource Corporation

December 06, 2007 14:22 ET

Goldcliff Acquires More Uranium Properties in British Columbia

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 6, 2007) - Leonard W. Saleken, Chairman of Goldcliff Resource Corporation (TSX VENTURE:GCN), is pleased to report that the Company has acquired four new uranium properties. The new properties consist of four separate claim blocks and have uranium values as high as 430 parts per million. The properties contain the geology that is favourable for uranium mineralization to occur in a variety of deposit-types. Along with the Big Sheep Creek property, Goldcliff's uranium holdings total 48,158 hectares (118,950 acres). The properties are 100-per-cent-owned by Goldcliff and are located in south-eastern British Columbia.

Uranium Properties

The new properties consist of the Duhamel Creek, Wilson Creek, Mount McGregor and Willow Point properties. The properties contain strongly anomalous stream sediment uranium values which range from 103 to 430 parts per million (ppm). These anomalous uranium values are from 6 to 27 times higher than the average uranium value of 16 ppm uranium in the region. The properties contain the geology that is favourable for uranium mineralization to occur in a variety of deposit-types.

Uranium Exploration in 2007

Goldcliff's uranium exploration on the Big Sheep Creek property and the new properties consisted of airborne geophysical surveys, geochemical stream sediment sampling and prospecting.

Airborne Geophysical Surveys

Goldcliff's uranium airborne geophysical surveys were conducted by Fugro Geophysical Surveys using the Fugro "Resolve" system. A gamma ray spectrometer package was added to the system for direct detection of uranium mineralization and associated alteration zones. The Fugro "Resolve" system acquires modern, high quality, multi-sensor geophysical information pertaining to the discovery of uranium mineral deposits. The airborne survey consisted of flying 1,035 line kilometres over the Goldcliff uranium properties. The geophysical surveys were supervised and the data is being interpreted by Goldcliff's geophysicist, Edwin Rockel, PGeo.

Ground Programs

Goldcliff's stream sediment sampling and prospecting program was a follow-up to the British Columbia Geological Survey's regional stream sediment sampling program (RGS) that returned a number of anomalous uranium values. Goldcliff's program consisted of stream sediment and rock sample collection. The samples have been shipped to the analytical laboratory for assaying. The ground program was supervised by Goldcliff's consulting geochemist, Sam Zastavnikovich, PGeo.


The first phase of uranium exploration on the properties was encouraging and will be followed up with exploration in 2008. A summary of results will be issued when Goldcliff receives the final geophysical interpretations and all assay data.

Technical Verification

Edwin R. Rockel, PGeo (geophysicist), and Leonard W. Saleken, PGeo (geologist), are the qualified persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 who supervised the preparation and verification of the technical information in this release.


Leonard W. Saleken, PGeo, Chairman, CEO, Director

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