The Halo project is located along the prolific lithium trend in southern Nevada within the Tonopah mining district, south of American Lithium’s TLC project and to the east of American Battery Technology Company’s Tonopah Flats project.
Recently, American Lithium released the best results to date on their TLC property to the north of Halo:
Please see the full American Lithium news release for additional information
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The USGS first publication on sedimentary-hosted lithium (claystone lithium) wasn’t until 1991, making it one of the newer deposit types in exploration.
Source: USGS Model 25l.3(T), Some Industrial Mineral Deposit Models: Descriptive Deposit Models, Open File 91-11A.
The project consists of 98 claims totaling 819 hectares within the Big Smoky Valley in the Tonopah mining district. Halo is within the prolific lithium trend that hosts American Lithium TLC project and American Battery Metal Technologies Tonopah flats project.
The Tonopah mining district is east of the Walker Lane tectonic belt which separates the Sierra Nevada batholith from the Basin and Range province. Within this mining district is the Tertiary-aged San Antonio Mountain range that underwent intermittent volcanism and associated intrusions (Kmi on the Geologic Map of Nevada, US Geological Survey Data series 249) 1.
The project area, on the boundary of the Nye and Esmeralda Counties, comprises of the geological formation Qya & Qal and consists of alluvium – clay, silt, sand and gravel left by flowing streams in a river valley.
The Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 is Anna Hicken, P.Geo, a consultant for the company who has reviewed & approved the technical geological information contained on this website.
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