Country Canada 
Province Saskatchewan
Surface 128 km² / 31,676 acres
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Risk and valuation analysis of the PENDLETON LAKE Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the PENDLETON LAKE Project
JNR Resources
Interest: 25%
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Denison Mines Corp. has earned a 75% interest in the project.
Location of the PENDLETON LAKE Project
The Pendleton Lake property is located 80 kilometres east of Key Lake.
History of the PENDLETON LAKE Project
The area was first explored in 1969-70 by Dynamic Petroleum Products Ltd., who carried out airborne EM, magnetic and radiometric surveys, along with reconnaissance-scale geological and geochemical surveys. The ground lapsed in 1971 and saw little if  more...
Geology of the PENDLETON LAKE Project
Geologically the claims cover a 27-kilometre strike length of the Needle Falls shear zone. This is a major lithostructural break that separates the Wollaston domain to the west from the Wathaman and Peter Lake domains to the east. An esker complex parallels the shear zone. The basement rocks include sediments, volcanics and felsic intrusives.
Data last updated on : 1/9/2008
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