A massive deposit of lithium was discovered near the Nevada-Oregon border that many experts believe is the world’s largest.
A group of volcanologists and geologists from GNS Science, Lithium America, and Oregon State University made the new findings and published them in Science Advances.
The massive deposits of Lithium were found in McDermitt Caldera which is close to 28 miles long and 22 miles wide.
An early estimation from researchers places the deposits at nearly 40 million metric tons of lithium which is more than Australia and Chile combined.
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