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HARRISON ROAD LITHIUM

HARRISON ROAD LITHIUM

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INTRODUCTION

HARRISON ROAD LITHIUM

The Harrison Road Project consists of 38 mining claims comprising 6,080 hectares and is located 90km northeast of Sioux Lookout, Ontario with easy highway and logging road access and good outcrop exposure.

The Project occurs within 6km of a sub-province terrane boundary, an integral relationship between lithium deposits and structure. Lithium-bearing or LCT-pegmatites can occur up to 10km away from their parental granite. 

HARRISON ROAD LITHIUM

HISTORICAL MAPPING & EXPLORATION HISTORY

Planet Green Metals has conducted a heliborne magnetic survey and a sampling program, with plans for an extensive LiDAR survey and follow-up program in 2024.

Mapping by OGS in 1980 noted numerous tourmaline occurrences in the metasediments proximal to muscovite-bearing granites within the area.

“In most cases the presence of abundant tourmaline in metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks indicates the close proximity of a pegmatite”.  – (Beusetal., 1968, Cerny 1989)

Observations from the 1990’s and earlier have noted tourmaline occurrences indicative of pegmatite proximity, reinforcing the lithium prospectively of the area.

Preliminary surveys have shown elevated lithium levels in lake sediment samples within the property, higher than those around the known Root-McCombe pegmatite field.

HARRISON ROAD LITHIUM

REGIONAL & PROJECT GEOLOGY

  • The Project lies just south of the Root Bay pluton hosted within metasediments. The Root Bay Pluton is a muscovite-bearing granite, an S-type peraluminous fertile parental granite. 

  • Breaks concluded that the Root Bay pluton is the parental granite to the McCombe-Root Lake pegmatite field and lithium deposit currently being drilled by Green Technology Metals located 10 km to the northwest.

  • The Project occurs within 6 km of a sub-province terrane boundary, an integral relationship between lithium deposits and structure. Lithium-bearing or LCT-pegmatites can occur up to 10 km away from their parental granite. 

  • Elevated lithium lake sediment sample results by the OGS within the Project suggest nearby sources, compared to the lake sediment results around the Root-McCombe pegmatite field, the Property has higher elevated lithium results. 

HARRISON ROAD LITHIUM

REGIONAL & PROJECT GEOLOGY

  • The Project lies just south of the Root Bay pluton hosted within metasediments. The Root Bay Pluton is a muscovite-bearing granite, an S-type peraluminous fertile parental granite. 

  • Breaks concluded that the Root Bay pluton is the parental granite to the McCombe-Root Lake pegmatite field and lithium deposit currently being drilled by Green Technology Metals located 10 km to the northwest.

  • The Project occurs within 6 km of a sub-province terrane boundary, an integral relationship between lithium deposits and structure. Lithium-bearing or LCT-pegmatites can occur up to 10 km away from their parental granite. 

  • Elevated lithium lake sediment sample results by the OGS within the Project suggest nearby sources, compared to the lake sediment results around the Root-McCombe pegmatite field, the Property has higher elevated lithium results.