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Assessment Report: 11153
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Property Name New Moon
Mining Division(s) Omineca
Location
NAD 27:
Latitude: 53 53 30 Longitude: 127 47 18 UTM: 9  579631  5971932
NAD 83:
Latitude: 53 53 29 Longitude: 127 47 24 UTM: 9  579519  5972116
NTS: 093E13E , 093E13W
BCGS: 093E082
Title of Report Geological and Geophysical Report on the New Moon Prospect, Omineca Mining Division
Affidavit Date 1983-06-08
Claim(s) COPPER CLIFF, LUNAR, MISTY DAY, NEW MOON
Operator(s) St. Joe Canada Inc.
Author(s) Kennedy, David Roy; Warwick, M.
Report Year 1982
No. of Pages 86 Pages
Off Confidential 1984-06-08
General Work Categories Geological, Geophysical
Work Done
GeologicalGeological0.0 ha
GeophysicalElectromagnetic, airborne0.0 km
Magnetic, airborne0.0 km
Geological Summary Calc-alkaline basalt to rhyolite flow rocks, breccia, tuff and intravolcanic sedimentary rocks of the Telkwa formation, Hazelton Group, are bounded by the Topley intrusions. The volcanic rocks are extensively altered with development of zeolite, calcite, quartz, epidote, chlorite and clay. Chalcopyrite, malachite, galena, sphalerite and manganese containing silver occur in stringers and beds. Mineralized boulder trains originate under glaciers.
MINFILE Nos. 093E 011
Related Reports 07022, 09709

 

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