Titan Uranium has begun exploration activity at the Thorburn Lake prospect in Canada.

The exploration activity aims at ground direct current (D.C) resistivity surveys followed by 2,100m of diamond drilling at the Thorburn Lake prospect is located in the eastern portion of the Athabasca basin.

The planned geophysical program will consist of 28km of pole-dipole D.C. resistivity surveys to search for alteration chimneys along Titan’s Thorburn Lake electromagnetic conductive trend.

The surveys along the trend will be effective in detecting conductors and hydrothermal alteration anomalies which are associated with fault zones and unconformity-type uranium deposits.

Follow-up of previous drilling results are targeted along the Thorburn trend where a 15 metre basal sandstone section in hole TBN-08-04 returned 1.1 to 90.4 ppm uranium, and at the unconformity assayed 487 ppm uranium (0.057% U3O8) over a 0.60 metre interval.