Arcadia Minerals

Encouraging Lithium Drilling Assay Results Received At Bitterwasser

Arcadia Minerals Ltd (ASX:AM7) (Arcadia), the diversified exploration company targeting a suite of projects aimed at Lithium, Tantalum, Nickel, Copper and Gold in Namibia, is pleased to announce initial assay results undertaken at the Bitterwasser Lithium Project.


HIGHLIGHTS

  • Assay results received for 32 of 64 holes completed over the Eden Pan, where holes were drilled from surface to a max 12.80m depth
  • All assays received to date contained significant Lithium mineralisation
  • Results suggest a potential increase of the existing JORC Mineral Resource (currently 15.1 million tons at 828 ppm Li) contained over only 24% of the Eden Pan surface area
  • As expected, best individual drillhole intersections for the high-grade middle clay unit were located in the centre of the pan at shallow depths:
    • BVRG03:8.60 m @ 790 ppm Li
    • BVRG05:8.20 m @ 804 ppm Li
    • BVRG02:10.2 m @ 809 ppm Li
    • BVRG08:9.00 m @ 841 ppm Li
    • BVRG01:8.40 m @ 855 ppm Li
    • BVRG06:6.00 m @ 898 ppm Li
    • BVRG04:7.60 m @ 904 ppm Li
  • 7 Additional clay pans identified, bringing the total pans under investigation to 14 for a total pan area comprising 95.9Km2
  • The Eden Pan covers only 19% of the surface area of all known pans
  • Existence of sub-surface clay pans to be investigated

Jurie Wessels, the Chairman of Arcadia stated: “The assay results confirmed theexistenceofcontinuedmineralisation attheEdenPanandbodeswellforanincrease in the maiden Mineral Resource at this pan declared on 3 November 2021.Theidentification of 7 additional exposed pans not only enhances the prospect of makingadditional Lithium-in-clay discoveries in the area, but is also expected to be a preludeto other prospects that may be available for further investigation, and which arehiddenfromsightunderandover the surface ofthe 4,000Km2Bitterwasser project.”

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