Thanks. As we already know that there are iron and copper showings in the area, what does the "reduced fluorescence" of these mean, if anything? Similarly, as we already know that there is a likelihood for rare earth elements at Hay Mountain - in commercial quantities - how would surficial further evidence from a UV survey help us without the drilling that we already know we need?
Again, and from what I understand, UV "sees" what is on the surface. It can not measure the depth and breadth of what is below the surface. Drilling does that.
By the way, I do not believe that there is a single stand-along rare earths mine operating anywhere in the US today. China dominates that market with subsidies for its own miners* to the disadvantage of all other countries.
* "China dominates that market with subsidies for its own miners" including those operating in Africa.