NE Athabasca Basin
Key Points of Interest
- Includes ground along the prospective Black Lake Shear Zone and associated electromagnetic conductive horizons.
- 15 km southwest of the past-producing Nisto Uranium Mine.
- The newest claims overlie the Black Lake Fault, which marks the boundary between rocks of the Mudjatik domain and the Western Craton. The Black Lake structure can be traced for at least 200km across the entire Athabasca Basin and is associated with Cameco’s Centennial deposit (up to 33.9m averaging 8.78% U3O8 as reported on the Formation Metals website).
- The unconformity between the Archean rocks of the Hearne Province and the overlying Wolverine Point sediments averages 200m depth from surface.