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  • geojumbojawnt geojumbojawnt May 8, 2013 12:35 PM Flag

    Did you see....?

    I was wondering if anyone saw the salt ponds (terraces) on google earth adjacent to the Dumbleyung Lake property in aussie. I know the image is either from 2011-2012 and not that recent, and I know the dept of water for Australia was focusing on managing the water table, due to some flooding. Either way I was just wondering if anyone saw them and knew whether they were actually on AMEL's block or what they are used for.

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    • according to AMEL's website page concerning their project locations,
      it is said their 3 Aussie properties are all with 25km of that Dumbleyung Lake.
      15.5 mile radius . . . not bad,
      i would guess they our intending to work in that area.
      however, the Wagin Salt Lake measures about 12 miles west of the west edge of Dumbleyung Lake.
      so i am not sure where they will focus their work at.

      They also mentioned that their Bear Rock property is connected with Howard Minerals.
      who is Howard Minerals?

      I couldn't get Google Earth to find Bear Rock or Hoffman Hill in that area,
      the other two of three project locations.

      I am going to go out on a limb and predict that AMEL will start producing revenue by the end of the year.

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      • There is no way AMEL will be producing by the end of the year. If they are lucky they will have a 43-101 by the end of the year. I was just looking at there 10-Q displaying a map of their australian properties. It looks like Nomans lake property is furthest north, Lake Dumbleyung is about 30 miles south near the town of Dumbleyung and maybe another 30 miles south near Kaataning is the Bare Rocks property.

        I dont know about Howard minerals.

        Sentiment: Hold

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