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Mining Division(s) Cariboo
Location
NAD 27:
Latitude: 52 53 00 Longitude: 121 19 00 UTM: 10  613273  5860402
NAD 83:
Latitude: 52 53 00 Longitude: 121 19 05 UTM: 10  613176  5860617
NTS: 093A14W
BCGS: 093A084
Affidavit Date 1985-05-06
Claim(s) FOURTH OF JULY, INTERNATIONAL, RT 1-4, SEDAN 1-3, SEDAN 4 FR, SEDAN 5, SURPRISE 1-4, SURPRISE 6-7
Operator(s) Suncor
Author(s) Dalidowicz, F.; Safton, D.
Report Year 1985
No. of Pages 0 Pages
Off Confidential 1986-05-06
General Work Categories Geochemical, Geological, Geophysical, Physical
Work Done
GeochemicalRock0 sample(s)
Sampling/assaying0 sample(s)
Soil0 sample(s)
GeologicalGeological0.0 ha
GeophysicalElectromagnetic, ground0.0 km
Magnetic, ground0.0 km
PhysicalLine/grid0.0 km
Geological Summary THE PROPERTY IS UNDERLAIN BY QUARTZITE, QUARTZ- CHLORITE SCHIST AND PHYLLITE OF THE SNOWSHOE FORMATION AND GRAPHITIC LIMESTONE, PHYLLITE AND CHLORITE, QUARTZ-CHLORITE AND CHLORITE-SERICITE PHYLLITES OF THE MIDAS(?) FORMATION. QUARTZ LENSES AND VEINS WITH PYRITE AND GALENA ARE PRESENT, PRE- DOMINANTLY IN THE SNOWSHOE ROCKS AND REPLACEMENT LEAD-ZINC MINERALIZATION OCCURS IN THE MIDAS LIMESTONE. COINCIDENT VLF CONDUCTORS AND SILVER, LEAD AND ZINC SOIL ANOMALIES TREND NORTHWESTERLY AND ARE SPACIALLY RELATED TO THE CONTACT ZONE BETWEEN THE SNOWSHOE AND MIDAS FORMATIONS.
MINFILE Nos. 093A 103
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