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Dajin appoints Dr. Mark King to advisory board


April 27, 2015
By Ground Water Canada

April 27, 2015, Vancouver – Energy metals exploration company Dajin Resources Corp. has appointed hydrogeologist Mark King to its advisory board.

April 27, 2015, Vancouver – Energy metals exploration company Dajin Resources Corp. has appointed hydrogeologist Mark King to its advisory board.

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Dr. King is a hydrogeologist educated in both the earth
sciences and engineering. He received
his PhD from the University of Waterloo where he studied transport of
contaminates in ground water. He also holds an masters of science from the Technical
University of Nova Scotia. He is president of Groundwater Insight Inc.

 

King is one of the few hydrogeologists in North America with
experience in the field of Lithium brine deposits and has conducted
precedent-setting analysis in this emerging industry, Dajin said in a news release. He has worked in academic research and
was a senior project manager in the largest environmental consulting firm in
Atlantic Canada. Since establishing
Groundwater Insight, he has provided expert technical services on more than
100 projects in North and South America.

Recently, he provided expertise as the independent Qualified
Professional (QP) geoscientist for three successive phases of Resources and
Reserve Estimation at a lithium brine deposit in the high Andes of South
America and served as the QP on other important lithium brine projects.

Vancouver, BC / TheNewswire / April 24 2015 –  Dajin Resources Corp. (“Dajin”) (TSX-V: DJI) (OTC: DJIFF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark King, PhD, PGeo, FGC to Dajin’s Advisory Board.

 

Dr. King is a hydrogeologist educated in both the earth sciences and
engineering.  He received his PhD from the University of Waterloo where
he studied transport of contaminates in groundwater. He also holds an
MASc from the Technical University of Nova Scotia. He is President of Groundwater Insight Inc.

 

Mark is one of the few hydrogeologists in North America with experience
in the field of Lithium brine deposits and has conducted
precedent-setting analysis in this emerging industry.  Dr. King has
worked in academic research and was a Senior Project Manager in the
largest environmental consulting firm in Atlantic Canada.  Since
establishing Groundwater Insight Inc. he has provided expert technical
services on more than 100 projects in the Americas.

 

Recently, he provided expertise as the independent Qualified
Professional (QP) geoscientist for three successive phases of Resources
and Reserve Estimation at a Lithium brine deposit in the high Andes of
South America as well as serving as the QP on other important Lithium
brine projects.

– See more at: http://thenewswire.ca/archives?tnwcatalyst2=release_id%3D16230#sthash.DnO9y60d.dpuf

Vancouver, BC / TheNewswire / April 24 2015 –  Dajin Resources Corp. (“Dajin”) (TSX-V: DJI) (OTC: DJIFF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark King, PhD, PGeo, FGC to Dajin’s Advisory Board.

 

Dr. King is a hydrogeologist educated in both the earth sciences and
engineering.  He received his PhD from the University of Waterloo where
he studied transport of contaminates in groundwater. He also holds an
MASc from the Technical University of Nova Scotia. He is President of Groundwater Insight Inc.

 

Mark is one of the few hydrogeologists in North America with experience
in the field of Lithium brine deposits and has conducted
precedent-setting analysis in this emerging industry.  Dr. King has
worked in academic research and was a Senior Project Manager in the
largest environmental consulting firm in Atlantic Canada.  Since
establishing Groundwater Insight Inc. he has provided expert technical
services on more than 100 projects in the Americas.

 

Recently, he provided expertise as the independent Qualified
Professional (QP) geoscientist for three successive phases of Resources
and Reserve Estimation at a Lithium brine deposit in the high Andes of
South America as well as serving as the QP on other important Lithium
brine projects.

– See more at: http://thenewswire.ca/archives?tnwcatalyst2=release_id%3D16230#sthash.DnO9y60d.dpuf