Vancouver, B.C., November 12, 2014. Desert Star Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: DSR) (“Desert Star” or the “Company“) announces that it has identified a large Induced Polarization (“IP“) geophysical anomaly resulting from a follow-up 3D IP survey (performed by SJ Geophysics) at its Copper King Project (Figure 1). The IP anomaly, together with the lithological, alteration and geochemical data the Company previously generated represents a high quality porphyry copper drill target for Desert Star. The Copper King Project is located in the copper-endowed Superior Mining District and contains alteration zonation patterns that are consistent with the top of porphyry copper systems.

Follow-Up 3D IP Geophysics Survey and Results at Copper King Project

The Company commissioned the11-day Volterra 3D IP geophysical survey (the “Survey“) at the Coper King Project in order to increase confidence in the location, geometry and intensity of the geophysical anomaly first identified in August, 2014 (see the Company’s news release dated August 14, 2014). The parameters of the Survey included a 112-meter distributed diamond array with a line spacing of 300 meters.

The Survey defined a coincident chargeability high (18 to > 35 msec) and resistivity low (>10 to 2000 ohm-m) anomaly within the Copper King Project claim block. The geophysical target features are present from 200m to 700m depth (open at depth) and range in plan-view size from 700m x 500m (200m depth slice) to 1000m x 1300m (700m depth slice). The IP anomaly is characterized by a zoned chargeability/resistivity pattern typical of porphyry systems, and has a spatial association with the eastern contact between pre-mineral quartz diorite and Pinal Schist. The IP anomaly is consistent in size, geometry and position with a west-southwest plunging porphyry copper target, previously suggested by geologic mapping.

About the Copper King Project

The Copper King Project covers 1,438 hectares and consists of 189 unpatented federal lode mining claims located approximately five kilometers from the world-class Resolution Copper Project and the town of Superior. The Copper King Project is prospective for bulk tonnage copper and molybdenum mineralization. Alteration zonation and surface geology suggest that the target at the Copper King Project represents the side and/or top of a tilted, intact porphyry system. The Company has optioned the Copper King Project from Eurasian Minerals Inc. (TSX-V: EMX; NYSE MKT: EMXX). The Company cautions that it is not implying that it will receive the same or similar results as the Resolution Copper Project.

Figure 1. Location of the Red Top project.

Qualified Person

Daniel MacNeil, MSc PGeo, a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has read and approved all technical and scientific information contained in this news release. Mr. MacNeil is the Company’s Vice President, Exploration.

About Desert Star

Desert Star is a Vancouver-based mineral exploration company focused on the identification, acquisition and development of copper and gold projects located in top-tier mineral belts in the southwestern United States that contain significant historical production, existing mining infrastructure and an established mining culture.

Vince Sorace
President and CEO, Desert Star Resources Ltd.

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