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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

093C

 

NTS 093C location map (click for index map).

Anahim Lake
NTS 093C

093F

093D &103A

093B

092N


Researched and compiled by: D.G. Bailey

Release date: September 1989


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093C Map
Geological Legend
Master & Production Report
General Property File
ARIS Maps: 093C

 

The Anahim Lake map area, underlain to the west by the Coast belt and to the east by Mesozoic and Tertiary volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the Intermontane belt, contains 16 recorded mineral occurrences. A hybrid zone along the eastern margin of the belt contains elements of both tectonic belts. In this zone Mesozoic rocks have been incorporated into the plutons and are overlain by Tertiary volcanic rocks. The degree of metamorphism and deformation of the Intermontane belt supracrustal rocks increases towards the Coast belt.

 

Copper and molybdenum mineralization occur in diatreme breccia zones and disseminated along joint and fracture planes in intrusive rocks. Minor precious metal mineralization has been reported in this area. Of note, is the epithermal mineralization in Ootsa Lake volcanics on the Oboy (093C 015) prospect.

 

BC Geological Survey Publications for NTS 093C