Bayswater initiates drilling program at Brudell Lake

- October 16th, 2008

Bayswater Uranium Corporation reports that it has began its diamond drilling at Brudell Lake Project, Athabasca Basin. Drilling is designed to test high priority uranium targets identified by the Company’s air and ground surveys, one of the largest surveys ever conducted in the Athabasca Basin, that identified five high priority favourable conductive zones each ranging in length from … Continued

Bayswater Uranium Corporation reports that it has began its diamond drilling at Brudell Lake Project, Athabasca Basin.

Drilling is designed to test high priority uranium targets identified by the Company’s air and ground surveys, one of the largest surveys ever conducted in the Athabasca Basin, that identified five high priority favourable conductive zones each ranging in length from 3 to 7 kilometres.

Victor Tanaka, Chief Operating Officer of Bayswater states:

“We’re very excited to be drilling this property as the targets display geophysical characteristics of most Athabasca uranium deposits.”  “This will represent the first drill test in this large prospective property. The geophysical responses are strongly suggestive of the presence of favourable graphite bearing metasediments in basement rocks, major basement fault structures and potential alteration zones in overlying metasediments — all important features associated with unconformity type uranium deposits.”

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