Accori fly camp
Accori North C is one of the first consistently mineralized areas emerging in the southwest margin of the batholith, and underscores the growing size potential of the Kurupung uranium system. Scout drilling has confirmed two uranium-bearing shoots at Accori North C. Mineralization remains open at depth and there is good potential for additional shoots to lie along the eastern extension of the Accori North C structure. The concentration of uranium into shoots is a feature evident in other parts of the Kurupung Batholith, and is characteristic of albitite-hosted uranium deposits around the world.
Uranium mineralization at Accori North C is contained within a crackle breccia zone that is enclosed by an albite-chlorite-hematite-calcite alteration assemblage. The sheet-like breccia zone strikes east and dips to the south at an angle of between 70° and 85°. The mineralized breccia varies from approximately 2 to 34 metres in width. Accori North C is scheduled to be one of the mineralized zones in the Kurupung to undergo infill drilling in 2011 to potentially add to U3O8 Corp’s NI 43-101 resources.