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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

Scanning Partnerships

 

The BC Geological Survey, in partnership with contributing companies, scanned selected mineral assessment reports to .pdf format.  These reports are text searchable and are posted here for viewing using the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Area No. of Reports Summary
Valleau Creek Area 53 2005 - partnership with Geoinfomatics Exploration Ltd.
Sicker Belt 37 2005 - partnership with SYMC Resources Limited
McLymont River Area 24 2004 - partnership with Ram Exploration Ltd.
Wells Barkerville 192 2002 - partnership with International Wayside Gold Ltd.
Ecstall Belt 32 2001 - part of North Coast LRMP study
Anyox 23 2001 - part of the North Coast LRMP study and partnership with St. Andrew Goldfields
Dolly Varden 77 2001 - part of the North Coast LRMP study and partnership with St. Andrew Goldfields
Eskay Creek/Sulphurets 250 2001 - partnership with Heritage Explorations Ltd.
Purcell Anticlinorium 170 2000 - 5 CD set or 1 DVD for $25.00 (parts of 082F,G,J, and K)
Cariboo Map 50 2001 - for internal mapping project.
North Coast LRMP I 180 2001 - part of the North Coast LRMP study - Part I
North Coast LRMP II 152 2001 - part of the North Coast LRMP study - Part II

 

Note: Some of the reports have large file sizes due to colour images, large maps or colour maps. These have been reduced by removing colour map details and inserting a smaller image (downsample). The large images have not been posted to this website; they are available on request or on CD. The tables show number of pages and size of all reports.  Please consider the report size before downloading.

 

The assessment report database consists of over 33,500 mineral assessment reports.  The technical information contained in these reports is a valuable reference and research tool for mineral exploration, academic studies and resource management/land use studies or conducting geoscience research.  As of July 2007 all of the mineral assessment reports have been scanned and posted to the website.

 

Any comments/suggestions are welcome and should be directed to Ted Fuller the Assessment Report Geologist.