The Rare Earth Elements (REE) are a group of 17 chemical elements that comprise a third of all metals. Not as well-known as many other metals, they proved difficult to isolate as individual elements, with some not being separated until the 1920s. Since those times, increasing uses have been found for the REE, but these are sure to expand into areas that can now only be imagined. Crossland has discovered extensive and previously unknown REE anomalies in several different settings at its Charley Creek Project, 110km west- northwest of Alice Springs, and has embarked on a program to rapidly assess the potential of these. More information is available through Crossland’s releases to ASX, and elsewhere on this site.