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Nico

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The Nico property consist of a single claim, 245 Ha in size, located 25 km northeast of Beaton, B.C.. , and 1 km east of Mount Darling. Similar to Spine, it is located in the alpine and has good rock exposure. Detailed (5m spacing) soil sampling by Mineral Mountain in 2011 obtained anomalous Ni, Co, Cr and Cu associated with a narrow layer of argillite. The nickel appears to come from nickel arsenide.



Cardero has not independently verified this sampling in the field but, based on reviewing the report, considers the samples were appropriately collected, assayed, and compiled following industry standards. Nonetheless, the results should not be relied upon.

Sampling Procedures and Quality Assurance and Quality Control

The work program at the Kootenay Project was designed and supervised by M. McClaren, P.Geo., J.M. Dawson, P.Eng., and John Drobe, P.Geo., the Company's Chief Geologist. Soil samples were taken from the 'B' horizon whenever possible and were collected using a mattock or shovel. Sample sites were labelled with blue and orange flagging tape with the number recorded on the tape. Soil samples were placed in waterproof kraft envelopes, after which samples were dried and collated. All soil samples were then shipped in sealed bags to ALS Minerals laboratories in either Kamloops or North Vancouver, B.C. The samples were dried at <60 degrees C. and sieved to -180 microns (Prep 41), then analysed by ICP-MS for 51 elements (method AuME--TL43).

This initial sampling program did not include a comprehensive QA/QC programme; however, ALS Minerals is an ISO 17025 registered laboratory and inserted blanks, standards and duplicates following their QA/QC protocol. In addition, follow-up field duplicate samples were collected from the anomalous soil lines, both high and low, and the results returned satisfactory values.

Qualified Person

John Drobe P.Geo., Cardero's Chief Geologist and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed the scientific information that forms the basis for this news release, and has approved the disclosure herein. Mr. Drobe is not independent of the Company as he is an officer, a shareholder and hold incentive stock options.

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