JamesonStanford is developing rich natural resources including base and precious metals. Natural resources requires a balance of corporate and environmental responsibility. JamesonStanford is pioneering new extraction and exploration methodologies to ensure minimal impact and maximum return of investments.
An isometric native metal Cu; metallic, red, soft, ductile and malleable; sp gr, 8.9; in oxidized zones of copper deposits, formerly a major source of native copper; the only native metal to occur abundantly in large masses; commonly occurs in dendritic clusters or mossy aggregates, sheets, or in plates filling narrow cracks or fissures.
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A bluish-white, lustrous metal. Employed to form numerous alloys with other metals including brass, nickel silver, commercial bronze, spring brass, soft solder, and aluminum solder. Used extensively by the automotive, electrical, and hardware industries.
A bluish-white metal of bright luster, very soft, highly malleable, ductile, and a poor conductor of electricity; very resistant to corrosion; a cumulative poison. Symbol, Pb. Rarely occurs in native form; chiefly obtained from galena (PbS). Lead is used in storage batteries, cable covering, plumbing, ammunition, antiknock gasoline, radiation shielding, and to absorb vibration. Other lead compounds are used in paints, fine glass, and lenses. Environmental concern with lead poisoning has resulted in a U.S. national program to reduce the concentration of lead in gasoline.
Silver is a metallic chemical element with the chemical symbol Ag and atomic number 47. A soft, white, lustrous transition metal, it has the highest electrical conductivity of any element and the highest thermal conductivity of any metal.
An isometric mineral, native 4[Au]; commonly alloyed with silver or copper, possibly with bismuth, mercury, or the platinum-group metals; metallic yellow; soft and malleable; sp gr, 19.3 if pure; occurs in hydrothermal veins with quartz and various sulfides; disseminated in submarine massive effusives and in placers or nuggets, fines, and dust.
Minerals & Metals
Industry has always relied on the natural resources our beautiful planet provides. Life is owing to the natural elements for energy and sustainability. Jameson Stanford is working with nature to responsibly harvest resources to help fuel life.
We are presently engaged in exploration and development activities in connection with two high-grade copper, gold, silver and base metals properties located in historic mining districts in Beaver County and Juab County, Utah.
During this development phase, we have focused on identification and acquisition of under-developed mining claims and mineral leases in established mining districts that are believed to hold significant unexploited production value. In addition, we have acquired excavation rights and special permitting related to deposits of alluvial minerals and silica sand located in Weber County, Utah.