Scotch Creek Ventures Inc. (CSE: SCV) (FSE: 7S2) (OTC Pink: SCVFF) has announced the successful identification of lithium in the 5,360-acre Miranda project following a recent soil sampling program.
Miranda Project Lithium Discovery
Initial soil samples from the Miranda project show a significant lithium anomaly, with values from 102 to 223 parts per million. The exploration by the Scotch Creek team suggests that drilling is critical to determine the complete nature of the Esmeralda Formation’s potential lithium mineralization.
Lithium Anomaly Results
The detected lithium anomaly spreads over 2 kilometers by 1 kilometer, indicating enriched sandstone and claystone beneath the southern property’s surface. With these findings, Scotch Creek plans to prioritize potential drill targets.
Mr. Robert D. Marvin’s Insights
Mr. Robert D. Marvin highlights the similarities between the geological features of Miranda and those of Clayton Valley and Gemini property. The soil sample results point to near-surface exploration opportunities for lithium mineralization at Miranda.
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About Scotch Creek Ventures, a key player in North America’s green revolution future, is focusing on developing its lithium projects to meet burgeoning demand.
Chief Executive Officer’s Statement
David K. Ryan, Scotch Creek’s CEO, reaffirms the company’s commitment to advancing its lithium exploration efforts.
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