Aldrin Resource Corp. (TSXV:ALN) detailed its winter exploration plans for the 12,000 hectare Triple M Uranium Property in the Athabasca Basin, adjacent to the south boundary of Fission Uranium’s Patterson Lake South discovery. The Company aims to complete in-fill gravity and radon measurements over its priority target areas to further refine drill collar locations.
As quoted in the press release:
Aldrin’s winter exploration program will begin with construction of a drill road and camp by the beginning of February. Using this access and camp, Aldrin plans to complete in-fill gravity and radon measurements over our priority target areas to further refine drill collar locations. Existing radon and gravity surveys were collected at 50 m spacing on 200 m spaced lines (see Aldrin news releases dated Nov. 14 and Dec. 4, 2013 for details on the radon and gravity surveys, respectively: http://www.aldrinresourcecorp.com). By in-filling those measurements in anomalous areas, Aldrin expects to increase anomaly resolution and enhance drilling success.