: ein interessanter Explorer - gut finanziert...
Der Laden hat ca. 100 Mio Aktien (inclusse Options + Warrants) x 0,15 USD = 15 Mio USD , davon sind 8 Mio USD nmoch in Cash hinterlegt. Die anchfolgenden Nachrichten der letzten zwei ;Monate zeigen, was gerade alles läuft. Pprojekte sind Uran + Gold
1) Uran: 19 Mio lgb inferred hat man bereits nachgeiwesne und will diese Resource erhöhen; max. Potential von 100 Mio lb möglich (Amer Lake Deposit)
2) Gold: Vier Liegenschaften werden erkundet, zwei werden jetzt aktiv exploriert (Nowyak Gold and Silver Property) und Mallery Gold and Silver Property).
Hier sollten im Laufe des Jahres noch zahlreiche Nachrichten kommen - ich bin mal gespannt, wo die in6-12 Monaten stehen.:-)
July 19, 2011 Uranium North Initiates Program on the Nowyak Gold and Silver Property in Preparation for Drilling
Vancouver, BC, July 19, 2011 - Uranium North Resource Corp. ("Uranium North" or the "Company") (TSX-V: UNR) announces that field crews have arrived on site at the Company's 100% owned Nowyak gold and silver property in Nunavut and the Phase I field program is underway.
"Our data review at Nowyak has resulted in the identification of several high priority target areas and exploration concepts. This program will test these ideas and confirm targets for drilling later in the season," says Mark Kolebaba, President and CEO of Uranium North Resources.
The Phase I program comprises prospecting, geophysical surveying and geological mapping to assist in target selection for a Phase II drill program scheduled to begin in August.
July 13, 2011 Uranium North Reports Drill Program Underway on the Mallery Gold - Silver Project
Vancouver, BC, July 13, 2011 - Uranium North Resource Corp. ("Uranium North" or the "Company") (TSX-V: UNR) reports that the drill program has commenced on the Company's 100% owned Mallery gold-silver project in Nunavut. Approximately 1000 metres of drilling are planned for the project.
On Mallery, there are four outcrop exposures with mineralized veins over an 800 by 800 metre area. Geophysical and geochemical data suggests that the areas could be part of one large system. Drill holes are planned to test the continuity of mineralization on the four areas plus a fifth geophysical target. Please view the new Mallery project video on our company website at www.uraniumnorth.com.
July 08, 2011 Uranium North Reports Scintillometer Readings Indicate the Amer Lake Main Zone Deposit Extends to the Southeast
Vancouver, BC, July 8, 2011 - Uranium North Resource Corp. ("Uranium North" or the "Company") (TSX-V: UNR) reports that the 8th hole of a planned 20 hole program is currently being drilled on the 100% owned Amer Lake deposit located in Nunavut. The 2011 expansion drilling program is focused on the southeastern extension of the Main Zone resource*. This area is adjacent to and around drill hole UNR-15 of the resource which returned the highest grades in the 2008 drill program.
Based on anomalous scintillometer readings from samples collected down hole, the mineralized horizon extends southeast of the defined resource*. Radioactive zones have been identified in all completed holes with the exception of one hole that was lost before reaching the target depth.
"The Main Zone appears to be extending to the southeast as anticipated. Depending on the analytical results confirming the U3O8 values, we hope to see a significant increase in the Main Zone resource," says Mark Kolebaba, President and CEO of Uranium North Resources.
Samples will be submitted to the laboratory for analysis. Upon completion of the program and assay analysis, the drill results will be used to calculate an updated resource estimate.
July 06, 2011 Uranium North Identifies New High Grade Gold and Silver Zones on the Nowyak Property
Vancouver, BC, July 6, 2011 - Uranium North Resource Corp. ("Uranium North" or the "Company") (TSX-V: UNR) has identified several new high grade gold and silver zones on the Company's 100% owned Nowyak property in Nunavut from data purchased in April 2011.* Grab samples with up to 50.3 g/T gold and 44.8 g/T silver highlight these new zones which are unrelated to the known mineralized shear zone in the central part of the property scheduled for summer drilling.
In 2004, a total of 43 grab samples were collected from six areas within a 3 x 1.5 kilometre area 4 to 7 kilometres east of the main Nowyak shear zone (See Map). Ten samples yielded more than 1 g/T gold with the highest being 50.3 g/T gold from a quartz vein. Of the 43 samples assayed, 29 reported anomalous gold values greater than 100 ppb. These assay results have never been followed up.
June 29, 2011 Uranium North Announces Exploration Program to Begin on the Nowyak , F13 and Robin Properties Vancouver, BC, June 29, 2011 - Uranium North Resource Corp. ("Uranium North" or the "Company") (TSX-V: UNR) reports that planning for the 2011 exploration and drilling programs are underway on the Company's 100% owned Nowyak, F13 and Robin projects in Nunavut.* Plans for the Nowyak program include prospecting and geophysical surveying followed by an August drill program. Plans for the F13 and Robin projects include detailed prospecting and geophysics to delineate targets for future drilling.
Land use permits and a water license have been granted for the projects. Geological and geophysical crews have been assembled and a drill has been secured for Nowyak. Ground surveying is expected to begin on all three properties in early July. Prospecting and geophysical surveying at Nowyak will focus on high gold, silver and copper values reported at 4 locations along a 6 kilometre structure. Drilling is planned to test the most prospective areas. The highest assay obtained by the Company on Nowyak was 32.9 g/T gold, 1350 g/T silver and 4.2% copper while historical assays reported 117g/T gold and 1420 g/T silver.*
The work presented in this update is part of a larger exploration program by the Company with drilling currently underway at the Amer Lake uranium deposit and soon to begin at the Mallery gold project.
June 21, 2011 Uranium North Commences Drilling on the Amer Lake Deposit
Vancouver, BC, June 21, 2011 -- Uranium North Resource Corp. ("Uranium North" or the "Company") (TSX-V: UNR) announces drilling is underway on the Company's 100% owned Amer Lake project in Nunavut. The program is designed to test for additional uranium mineralization along strike of the Main Zone deposit in an attempt to increase the existing 19.3 million pound uranium resource*.
During an initial program approximately 20 drill holes southeast of the inferred resource* are planned. An additional 20 holes have been proposed for a second phase program (See Map).
An important aspect of the program is to identify additional higher grade and thicker zones as observed in drill hole UNR-15. (See news release dated August 6, 2009.)
"The program is focused on drilling the southeastern part of the Main Zone deposit where no drilling has been completed in the past. We hope to add significantly to the resource as we explore this new area," says Mark Kolebaba, President and CEO of Uranium North Resources Corp.
May 17, 2011 Uranium North Identifies Additional Targets on the Robin Project
Vancouver, BC, May 17, 2011 - Uranium North Resource Corp. (TSX-V: UNR) has staked an additional claim at the 100% owned Robin property in Nunavut. The claim covers a north - south trending till geochemical anomaly with samples assaying up to 2.42 g/T gold.
The anomalous trend is approximately 200 metres east of the main mineralized structure suggesting mineralization on the property may be more extensive. The till geochemical samples may also define a second north-south trending anomalous zone to the west and north of the main structure. Based on this data, mineralization at Robin appears to be open to the north under overburden cover.
"With just a few days of prospecting and sampling Uranium North has identified Robin as a new gold prospect in Nunavut. We now have an under-explored 2 kilometre structure with gold, silver and copper mineralization. This new till geochemistry suggests that the structure is either very wide or is two parallel zones," says Mark Kolebaba, President and CEO of Uranium North Resources.
The known mineralized zone at Robin has been traced for 1.6 kilometres and has yielded numerous grab samples with high gold, silver and copper identified by the company in 2010 during a prospecting program. Assays recovered include gold as high as 11.75 g/T, copper up to 2.18% and silver as high as 16.2 g/T. (See news release dated November 4, 2010).