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Geology and Ore Deposits of Salmon River District, British Columbia.
Geological Survey of Canada.
|Series||Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 132|
|Contributions||Schofield, S., Hanson, G.|
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GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF SALMON RIVER DISTRICT, BRITISH COLUMBIA. GEOLOGY. GENERAL FEATURES. The Salmon River district lies on the eastern margin of the great Coast Range batholith,2 which parallels the shore line of British Columbia and southeastern Alaska from the United States and Canada boundary nearly to the meridian of Mount St.
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by Stuart James Schofield, George Hanson (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Author: Stuart James Schofield, George Hanson. In discussing the metallogenetic epochs in British Columbia Schofield1 states that the commercial ore ^Schofield, S.J.
and Hanson, G., Geology and Ore Deposits of Salmon River District,B.C., G.S.C.*Mem.l32,p deposits sf tils province as a whole were formed mainly from solutions derived from the grandierite intrusions of Mssozoio age.
The Stewart mining camp in northwestern British Columbia is abundantly mineralized with widely distributed, texturally and mineralogically varied, precious and base metal deposits.
Geology and Ore Deposits of Salmon River District This report documents the geologic setting of the mining camp and the geologic features of the major mineral deposit types. The Stewart camp is underlain by a 5-kilometre-thick Upper Triassic to Lower Jurassic.
British Columbia Geological Survey geoscientists undertake field and laboratory studies to document and better understand the bedrock geology of the province.
Survey surficial geologists map the nature, distribution, age, and origin of unconsolidated sediments and landforms formed in the last million years (Quaternary Period).
Geology and Ore Deposits of Salmon River District, British Columbia [no author] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : no author. The overlying rock series in the geological "layer cake" of the Salmon River Canyon are lava flows, which were erupted during the Miocene period, 15 million years ago.
These lava flows are part of the Columbia River Basalt flows that are visible over much of eastern Oregon and Washington as well as in central and southern Idaho.
(Part B, page 1.) J. O^Neill spent the summer of in the Salmon River district, Portland Canal ^fining Division, British Columbia, which has, during the past few years, attracted attention because of the discovery of silver ores, both high and low grade, ^fr.
# Hanson S. Schofield S. GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF SALMON RIVER DISTRICT, BRITISH COLUMBIA Geol. Surv. Canada Mem. # wps, ex-lib, light wear, vg, 81 pp., figs, map. With good info. on gold, other metals and minerals of the District.
Types of mineral deposits on Texas Creek, Alaska, and in Salmon River dis trict, Alaska and British Columbia [, Major mineral, or important ore mineral; +, an important mineral in some veins, in others a minor accessory] Mode of occurrence Quartz veins and veinlike replace ment deposits.
Replacement and disseminated de posits. The British Columbia Geological Survey (BCGS) started a mineral potential assessment in utilizing deposit models for defining and characterizing mineral and coal deposits which exist, or for which favourable geological environments could exist, in the province.
Grove, E. W.,Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Unuk River-Salmon River-Anyox Area: British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulle p. The Columbia River Basin provides ideal habitat for salmon and steelhead The Columbia River is the fourth-largest river by volume in North America.
It begins at Columbia Lake in the mountains of southeastern British Columbia and enters the United States at river. PROVINCE OR PRO VlNCE OU British Columbia TERRITORY TERRITOIRE CERTAINTY m CTEUR D'INCERTITUDE British Columbia General Geology of the Silbak Premier, Sc.
1":1, ft., Schofield, S.J. and Hanson, G.; Geology and Ore Deposits of Salmon River District, British Columbia; Memoirpp. Geol. Surv. of Canada, The Blackbird Co-Cu district is in the Salmon River Moun- tains of east-central Idaho and is ~35 km west-southwest of the town of Salmon, Idaho (Figs.
1A and 1B). From to inclusive, 11 tons of sorted ore were shipped from this property. From this ore 6 ounces of gold, 3, ounces of silver, 1, pounds of lead, and 1, pounds of zinc were recorded.
- - MAP REFE RENCESIRCF~RENCES CARTOGRAPHIQUES MapSalmon River Area, B.C., (Geol.), SC. 11':4,' - accomp. British Columbia, which is 2 miles northeast of Hyder at the head of. some of the mineral deposits east of the Salmon River.
About 11 miles of this road is in Alaska. Another narrow road has been con The geology and the ore deposits of the Hyder district have been described by Brooks (), Wright and Wright (), Chapin ().
gitude 03' west in the Salmon River mining district of southeastern British Columbia. Water transportation is available the year around, as the Union Steamship Co., Geology and Ore Deposits of Salmon River District, B.
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Geology and Mineral Deposits of Salmo Map-Area, British Columbia. VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 20, ) - Salmon River Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SAL.V - News) - HIGHLIGHTS-- An initial mineral resource estimate for the Mt. Manning North. Grove, E.W.,Geology and mineral deposits of the Unuk River-Salmon River-Anyox area: British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulle p.
Gryaznov, L.P.,Chromite ores of Kamchatka region: Materials of conference on Kamchatka region productive forces development up to U.S.S.R. Academy of. Location, type, mineralogy, name, tonnage and grade, and geological setting for deposits of this type.
The US has no active nickel mines or nickel reserves. Info: Ni-Co laterite deposits of the world-database and grade and tonnage models. Location, type, mineralogy, name, tonnage and grade, and geological setting for deposits of this type. mine In Canada affords access to some of the mineral deposits east of the Salmon River „ The geology and ore deposits of the Hyder district have been described by Broob (), WrSght and Wright (), Chapln (), Mertie (), Westgate which parallels the shore line of British Columbia.
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CLIMATE The region shown on plate 1 extends from lat 34° N. to 72° N. and from the sea coast to points 1, kilometers inland; its altitude ranges from Saanich Sheet, British Columbia, Vancouver Island 74A: Geology of the Forty-Ninth Parallel: N/A: 75A: Stereograms of a Block of Ore-Bearing Country, British Columbia, Rossland Gun Lake Area (Bridge River), British Columbia, Lillooet District.
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