Alpha Exploration Inc. (TSXV:AEX) announced the completion of airborne geophysical surveys at its Hook Lake, Kelic Lake and Carpenter Lake properties in the Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan. Results from the surveys are anticipated in the coming weeks.
As quoted in the press release:
ALPHA EXPLORATION INC. (“Alpha” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: AEX) is pleased to announce that it has completed airborne geophysical surveys on each of its Hook Lake, Kelic Lake and Carpenter Lake properties located in the Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan.
CGG Canada Services Ltd. (formerly Fugro Geoservices Ltd.) was contracted to carry out the airborne surveys. FALCON® airborne gravity gradiometry was flown over all three properties, and included magnetic and laser scanning digital elevation survey components (see Alpha news release dated September 25, 2014). A radiometric survey was also flown over the Kelic Lake (see Alpha news release dated October 14, 2014) and Carpenter Lake properties.
Survey coverage on the three properties includes:
Hook Lake: 987 line-km at 200 m line spacing covering approximately 10 x 14 km grid area
Kelic Lake: 1,210 line-km at 200 m line spacing covering approximately 10 x 11.5 km grid area
Carpenter Lake: 340 line-km at 100 m line spacing covering approximately 10 x 4 km grid area
Please refer to the Company’s website for the Hook Lake, Kelic Lake and Carpenter Lake property location map and Alpha’s Athabasca Basin Projects map.
Final results from these surveys are expected in the coming weeks. They will be integrated with extensive compilations of geological, geochemical and geophysical data already in hand for each property in order to refine and prioritize potential future drill targets.