Mr. Patrick Morris reports
CLEAR SKY COMMISSIONS GEOPHYSICS PROGRAM AT THE HALO PROJECT IN BIG SMOKY VALLEY
Clear Sky Lithium Corp. has engaged Axiom Exploration Group and Mira Geoscience to complete a geophysics program at the Halo project in Big Smoky Valley, Nevada.
Company chief executive officer Patrick Morris said: "Clear Sky continues to execute on our exploration and development plan, with our two-pronged approach to unlocking the claystone value. While our metallurgical team is hard at work with the processing and extraction technology, our exploration team continues to build out our geological understanding of both Halo and Eli projects. This geophysics program will be used as a key input for 2023 exploration and development, which is planned to include an inaugural exploration drill program."
The program will use a Loupe time domain electromagnetic system designed in Western Australia. Loupe is a ground-based, unique, portable, mobile transient electromagnetic (TEM) system that takes advantage of a wide range of developments in electronics and signal processing. An integrated geophysical model will be produced that uses the geophysics data collected at Halo, in combination with public geological/geophysical data, and field data sets provided by Clear Sky. The integrated geophysical model will inform the development of a 2-D and 3-D model as input to a layered earth inversion (LEI). It is expected that the LEI will be used to invert for the location of key boundaries and the thickness of geological layers.
On-site work will be done by Axiom Exploration Group Ltd. of Saskatoon, Sask., and consists of the collection and processing of time domain electromagnetic data. This consists of a 73-line-kilometre survey over the project at a survey line spacing of 100 metres, with potential infill at 50-metre spacing in between selected lines of interest.
Interpretation and modelling of the field data, including the production of the layered earth inversion model, will be done by Mira Geoscience. Founded in 1999, Mira has pioneered the application of advanced geological modelling, 3-D-GIS technology and 4-D multidisciplinary data management through the integrated common earth model. It specializes in leveraging and integrating some of the world's most advanced earth modelling technologies into workflow-based solutions that provide better, faster decisions for its clients.
"One of the advantages of the Loupe system is the speed at which it can be deployed," continued Mr. Morris. "We expect the field survey for this work plan to be completed before the end of this year and to have the data processed and the model created early in the next year."
Anna Hicken, PGeo, of Geomax Consulting, consultant to the company, is the qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101, who has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical content in this news release.
About Clear Sky Lithium Corp.
Clear Sky is an exploration and development company dedicated to the advancement of North American lithium deposits to support domestic demand. The company holds interests on the Halo and Eli properties in Nevada. The company is also focusing on the development of claystone extraction and processing technologies aimed at delivering scalable efficiencies across the value chain in a sustainable manner.
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