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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

Exploration in B.C. 1985


Exploration in B.C. 1985 572 pages (PDF 21.2 MB)
Part A: Overview of Exploration Activities

T.G. Schroeter:
Northwestern District
Introduction; Exploration; Minerals; Coal; Placer; Developments; Producers

E.L. Faulkner:
Central District
Introduction; Regional Geochemical Survey Release; Exploration; Minerals; Developments; Producers

A. Legun:
Northeastern District
Introduction; Coal Exploration; Quintette Coal Ltd; Shikano; Quintette Trend; Transfer Area; Exploration by Other Companies; Developments/Producers

David A. Grieve:
Southeastern District
Introduction; Coal Exploration; Developments; Producers

George G. Addie:
West Kootenay District
Introduction; Exploration; Minerals; Developments; Producers

G.P.E. White:
South Central District
Introduction; Exploration; Minerals; Producers

H.P. Wilton:
Southwestern District
Introduction; Minerals; Coal; Placer; Developments; Producers

Z.D. Hora:
Industrial Minerals and Structural Materials
Asbestos; Barite; Building Stone; Carbonatites; Diamonds; Diatomite; Gypsum; New Developments; Gemstones; Jade; Limestone; Magnesite; Mica; Perlite; New Developments; Silica

Part B: Geological Descriptions of Properties

Lara, 92B/13W; Congress, 92J/15W; CPW, DON, JUL, MAR, MY, PSEO, 93A/11W; QU, 93A/12W; Phil, Heidi, 93N/1E

G.V. White:
Industrial Minerals and Structural Materials
Building Stone; Dimension Stone Quarries in British Columbia; Germanium; Lang Bay Germanium Prospect, 92F, 16W

Southeast Coalfields
Crowsnest Coalfield; Natural Ridge (A-Seam Pit), 82G/10W; Elk Valley Coalfield; Line Creek Extension (Line Creek Expansion, North Line Creek), 82G/15W; Burnt Ridge Extension, 82F/2W; Castle Mountain North, 82J/2W; Index

Part C: Assessment Report Summaries, Minerals and Coal

Preface; Minerals Exploration; Coal Exploration; Indices

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