Ditem Explorations (TSX VENTURE:DIT)(FRANKFURT:D8X) has announced the second phase of the 2010 drill program on its Otish Uranium property. The drill program will test ground VLF (Low Frequency EM) conductors coincident with airborne uranium and ground radon anomalies. The Company has a 100% interest in the property and there is no NSR.
Ditem's Otish Uranium property has geological and structural characteristics that are associated with uranium mineralization elsewhere in the Otish Basin. Drilling and ground work completed in the spring and summer of 2010 identified highly altered conductive gabbro dykes with alteration halos in north-south to east-west structures (faults) as possibly the source of uranium that is evident in the glacial tills. The program will target the conductive dykes.
Ditem Explorations is a uranium exploration and development company with properties in the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan (Beartooth Island and Cree Lake properties) and the Otish Basin (Otish Uranium property) in Quebec. Properties and general information may be viewed on the Company's website at www.ditem.com.
Source: Ditem Explorations Inc.