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Assessment Report: 17106
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Property Name Sunray
Mining Division(s) New Westminster
Camp Coquihalla Gold Belt
NAD 27:
Latitude: 49 29 30 Longitude: 121 16 00 UTM: 10  625529  5483339
NAD 83:
Latitude: 49 29 29 Longitude: 121 16 05 UTM: 10  625425  5483525
NTS: 092H06W
BCGS: 092H044
Title of Report 1987 Exploration Program 0n Sunray Group of Mineral Claims
Affidavit Date 1987-11-27
Claim(s) Sunshine
Operator(s) Nicholson, H.
Owner(s) Nicholson, H.
Author(s) Nicholson, H.
Report Year 1988
No. of Pages 19 Pages
Off Confidential 1988-11-27
Commodities Search For Gold
General Work Categories Geochemical, Geophysical
Work Done
GeochemicalSoil158 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed ForGold
GeophysicalElectromagnetic, ground2.2 km; VLF
Geological Summary Over 3/4 of the property is underlain by the Coquihalla serpentine belt made up of gabbro, micro-gabbro and serpentinite of uncertain age, which are in the Hozameen fault contact with the Spider Peak Formation massive greenstones and breccia believed to be of Lower Triassic age, and the Ladner Group conglomerate, wacke siltstone and argillite of Lower to Upper Jurassic age. Present work did not determine mineralization or exploration targets.


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