Vancouver, BC / September 16, 2015 - Dajin Resources Corp. (“Dajin”) ($DJI:CA) ($DJIFF) is pleased to report that the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Dajin Resources (US) Corp. has completed its deep geoprobe program at Dajin’s 100% owned Teels Marsh claims, located in Mineral County, Nevada.
Dajin retained Pediment Gold LLC., of Sparks, Nevada to carry out the exploration work on Teels Marsh. Pediment Gold LLC has significant experience in geoprobe sampling of Nevada playas to obtain fluid and sediment samples. This exploratory work was designed to help determine if shallow (less than 200 feet (60 meters)) brine deposits exist and to determine the subsurface properties of the marsh in preparation for deep drilling. A recent rain event had left the Marsh surface wet and restricted access to the margins and northern parts of the claim block. The crew was able to complete 9 holes, the deepest of which was 195 feet (59 meters). In addition to the deep probe samples to collect fluid and sediment, 3 25 foot (7.5 meter) were also collected. Sediments will be analyzed for their physical properties, composition and Lithium concentrations. Collected fluids will be analyzed for a suite of chemicals, including Boron and Lithium.
The Teels Marsh property is located approximately 50 miles (80 kilometers) northwest of the lithium production unit of Rockwood Lithium Inc., currently the only producing brine based lithium mine in operation in North America. The geological model for Clayton Valley is a similar fault bounded half graben that has been imaged by gravity and magnetics at Teels Marsh. Over time, faulting in these locations has created a deep basin trapping ground water within the sedimentary fill rich in volcanic sediments high in Lithium. Teels Marsh is also the site of an active geothermal system, similar to Clayton Valley, Alkali Lake and other valleys with known Lithium concentrations. Based on additional analysis of Dajin's gravity data (collected earlier in the year), Dajin reconfigured its claim boundaries to cover the deepest parts of the basin. Dajin holds 150 claims comprising 3,010 acres (1,218 hectares). Click to see maps. (Please remember to refresh your browser to see newest maps.)
The technical information in this news release has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in National Instrument 43-101 and has been reviewed and approved on behalf of the Dajin by Dr. Catherine Hickson, P.Geo, a qualified person.
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Dajin is an early stage energy metals exploration company holding a 100% interest in 150 placer claims known to contain lithium and boron values in the Teels Marsh region of Mineral County, Nevada. These claims, which cover 3,010 acres (1,218 hectares), was the birth place of US Borax Corp’s first borax mine. Dajin also hold a 100% interest in claims covering 2,811 acres (1,138 hectares) in Alkali Lake region of Esmeralda County, Nevada, 12 kilometers (7 miles) northeast of Rockwood’s Clayton Valley Lithium operations.
Dajin also holds a 100% interest in concessions or concession applications in Jujuy Province, Argentina that were acquired in regions known to contain brines with potassium, lithium and boron values. These concessions total approximately 100,000 hectares (247,000 acres) with 80,248 hectares (198,000 acres) located in the Salinas Grandes/Guayatayoc salt lakes basin adjacent to concessions held by Orocobre Limited (ORL-T: TSX), who is partnered with Toyota Tsusho. Dajin recently completed an agreement with the Tres Morres community for exploration of the 4,400 hectare (10,873 acres) San Jose and Navidad concessions within the Salinas Grande salar.
DAJIN RESOURCES CORP.
Brian Findlay, President
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