Forum Uranium has completed staking of more claims in the prolific Kiggavik uranium camp west of Baker Lake in Nunavut, Canada.

The new 52 claims are located adjacent to Areva’s Kiggavik project and the Cameco discoveries

The new claims were staked due to new interpretations for the potential of the area, fueled by Cameco’s new discoveries along the major N070 Andrew Lake fault, immediately north of the Tarzan claims.

Forum Uranium has increased the drilling program to continue evaluation of the numerous targets on the property in the vicinity of the Areva deposits and the Cameco discoveries.

The ground gravity surveys completed on areas of prime interest in the Tarzan area, on BL-32 and the Judge area within the Agnico Option have returned anomalous gravity lows, typically located at the intersections of structural trends and potentially indicative of hydrothermal alteration related to uranium deposits in the area.

The gravity survey in BL-32 was located along the western extension of the Andrew Lake fault, the mineralized trend which hosts the Andrew and End deposits and several of Cameco’s new discoveries.