LITHIUM PROJECT: NORTHERN NEVADA

Thacker Pass

Overview

The Northern Nevada Lithium Project is located in the Granite Range about 34 line- km southeast of Jackpot, Nevada, about 73 line-km north-northeast of Wells, Nevada. The target is a Thacker Pass or Clayton Valley type lithium clay deposit in volcanic tuff and tuffaceous sediments of the Jarbidge Rhyolite package.

The project area was first identified in public domain stream sediment geochemical data with follow up sediment sampling and geologic reconnaissance.

Total Claims: 95 mineral claims in 1 group

Total Area: to be disclosed soon hectacres (acres)

Geology

Mapping has identified regional rocks as being of similar age & composition as the McDermitt Tuff that hosts Lithium America’s Thacker Pass lithium deposit, one of America’s largest lithium deposits.

Lithium Claims

Lithium Project

History

The immediate project area has not been the subject of modern detailed geologic mapping or age dating. There has been limited stream sediment and rock chip sampling accomplished to date show strong initial lithium readings. Sediment samples include 1,980 ppm and 1,540 ppm lithium. Rock chip samples include up to 367 ppm lithium though not being collected in the anomalous drainages.

THE SAN EMIDIO LITHIUM PROJECT: WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA

Overview

The San Emidio Project is located in the San Emidio Desert, Washoe County, Nevada about 99 km north-northeast of Reno, Nevada.

The target of this early-stage exploration project is a lithium brine deposit similar to those at Clayton Valley, Nevada and similar other producing deposits in Chile and Argentina. These lithium rich brines are thought to be the product of evaporative concentration of dissolved lithium leached from volcanic ash either by weathering or geothermal fluids.

Total Claims: 60 association placer claims

Total Area: 1942 Ha (4,800 acres)

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