Tomas III Project (Incahuasi Salar, Salta Province)
The Tomas III Project is located adjacent to the Incahuasi salar and includes an exploration licence granted in the Tolar Grande department, Salta Province, northwest Argentina, being potentially prospective for lithium and base metals. The concession area is approximately 571.5403 hectares and is located in an area dominated by volcanics and sits about 300-600m above the surface of the salar. Locally, it is located east of the Incahuasi Salar on the foot hills of the volcanic cone and delta area that leads into the salar. Incahuasi Salar is located close to the Arizaro Salar to the south, that covers 1,600sqkm and the Pocitos Salar to the northeast which is up to 10km wide and 60km in length. REMSa (Recursos Energéticos y Mineros de Salta, S.A.) has the concession adjacent to Tomas III and Power Minerals Ltd (ASX:PNN) is adjacent to REMSa on the salar.
Manifestacion Thomas III Expendiente 24.142
Salar De Incahuasi-Tolar Grande-Los Andes
Figure: Lithological map of Tomas III showing volcano (LHS) and surface alluvials and ignimbrites on concession.
Figure: Panoramic view of Tomas III.
Figure: Tomas III- Regional Geology and nearby tenements