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Long Harbour


2Z Lake

2Z Lake is 100% owned by Long Harbour (subject to a 2% net smelter return) and is located in the prolific Eastern Athabasca Basin. It lies adjacent to Rio Tinto's (formerly Hathor) Milliken Creek property and borders Denison and UEX properties. The N70E trending conductor located on the property suggests good potential for uranium mineralization, as this trend hosts several uranium deposits in the Athabasca Basin. 

 

Exploration Objectives

  • Conduct geophysical programs to identify alteration zones and further test known conductors
  • Establish well-defined drill targets for the Winter 2011 Drill Program
  • Discover a significant unconformity-type uranium deposit

History of Property

2011

Acquired by Long Harbour Exploration in July

2008

Property acquired through staking as former owner lost court battle

2005

AeroTEM© III Electromagnetic & Magnetometer Survey for International Uranium Corporation (IUC)

2002

UEX conducted airborne and ground geophysical studies
8.4-km Fixed Loop EM, regional Airborne Mag Survey

1987

Geophysics and drill program operated by Eldorado
223-metre diamond drilling, 2.6-km EM

1979

Geophysics and drill program operated by Noranda
14.51-km MaxMin EM, 1,688.7-metre diamond drilling, 340.9-metre percussion drilling
Uranium mineralization discovered

Kent Ausburn, a director of the Company, is the qualified person (as defined in NI 43-101) who supervised the preparation of or approved the scientific and technical information appearing herein.

Long Harbour Exploration Corp.
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