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Thompson Lake



Key Points of Interest

  • Property is within 2 km of the historic producing Lorado Uranium Mine (164,000 kg U3O8 produced 1957-1960, with measured reserves of 32,000 kg U3O8 and possible reserves of 322,000 kg U308 according to Geological Survey Canada 1989), the Gulch Uranium Mine (reserves of 421,295 kg U3O8 according to Energy Mines and Resources Canada), and the Gunnar Uranium Mine (8,730,000 kgs U3O8 produced through 8 years production according to Saskatchewan Ministry of Economy). These three deposits were the most prolific of the Beaverlodge area.
  • Covers sections of the extensive Black Bay fault and associated shear zone, which is spatially associated with most of the historic Beaverlodge area uranium occurrences.


The Thompson Lake property comprises thirteen claims totalling 4,556 ha located approximately ten kilometres outside of the northwestern edge of the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, near Uranium City. One claim was acquired by staking  by Fission Uranium in May 2013 and became part of the Fission 3.0 Corp. portfolio as part of the Fission Uranium/Alpha Minerals agreement in December 2013. A further three claims were acquired by Fission 3.0 Corp. in 2014, and the remaining 11 claims were staked in 2015 to cover the Black Bay Fault trend to the southwest down to the historic Gunnar uranium deposit

Background

The Beaverlodge district has been prospected since the late 1940′s with airborne surveys, ground prospecting, trenching and drilling. From 1977 to 1981 SMDC conducted airborne electromagnetic, magnetic & radiometric surveys with ground follow-up of conductors and radioactive occurrences.  In 2007, JNR Resources conducted VTEM and magnetic gradiometer airborne surveys and prospecting work. They followed this up with an airborne gravity gradiometer survey over the Crackingstone Peninsula in 2010.

In September, 2013, Fission 3.0 completed a $33,000 517 line-km high-resolution property-wide airborne magnetic and radiometric survey An analysis of the survey revealed numerous lineaments that are related to contacts and structures between basement units. The AIR-FTG Residual Gravity (JNR Resources 2010) shows several gravity low anomalies co-incident with the main conductive trend and several magnetic structural intersections. The gravity low anomalies may be indicative of alteration.

Qualified Person: The technical information in this website has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101 and reviewed by Ross McElroy, P.Geol., President and COO for Fission 3.0 Corp., a Qualified Person.

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