Geiger is located 13 kilometres northwest of IsoEnergy’s Radio property near several uranium deposits, mines and mills. The Roughrider and Midwest deposits are both within 20 kilometres of the Property, as is AREVA’S McClean Lake uranium mine and mill.
Geologically, Geiger is located adjacent to the Wollaston-Mudjatik transition zone - a major crustal suture related to most of the major uranium deposits in the eastern Athabasca Basin. Sandstone cover at the Property is relatively thin and ranges between 101 metres and 358 metres in previous drilling. A total of 56 historic drill holes have been completed at Geiger along 20 kilometres of graphitic conductors (Figure 2). High grade basement hosted uranium mineralization is present on the Property and it will be the focus of IsoEnergy’s exploration efforts. Drill hole HL-50 intersected 2.74% U3O8 over 1.2 metres in the basement on the H11 South conductor. Follow-up efforts were focused primarily on locating mineralization at the sub-Athabasca unconformity. Consequently, opportunities for additional basement hosted mineralization proximal to HL-50 are considered excellent. Additionally, drill hole HL-48 intersected 0.18% U3O8 over 0.6 metres above the unconformity along the H11 North conductor. Numerous untested gaps up to 1,000 metres long are present on the majority of the conductors on the Property. Potential also exists for a completely unexplored four kilometre long conductor along the eastern edge of the easternmost claims.