Brades Resource and its joint venture partner Fission 3.0 have identified potential uranium boulder field at Clearwater West property in Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada.
The high resolution magnetic and Fission 3’s patent-pending radiometric airborne survey identified a clustering of radiometric anomalies near existing electromagnetic (EM) conductors.
Fission COO and chief geologist Ross McElroy said that the results represent a promising start to the first year of exploration at the property as well as permit follow-up ground prospecting and mapping.
"We are particularly encouraged that the radiometric anomalies have been identified in the same area as the magnetic low corridor and coincident known EM conductors, possibly related to a structurally associated metasedimentary corridor as is common in Athabasca Basin area deposits."
Brades director Brian Biles said, "We are very pleased with the survey results, particularly because the radiometric anomalies have been identified in the same area as known EM conductors."
The JV is planning to conduct follow-up prospecting and mapping of these anomalies for this up-coming summer program.