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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

Exploration in B.C. 1993

 

Exploration in B.C. 1993 68 pages (PDF 4.6 MB)

T. Schroeter:
British Columbia Mining, Exploration and Development Highlights
Introduction; Regional Perspectives and Trends; Highlights at Operating Mines; Production Levels; Operations; Metal; Mines; Tailings; Coal Mines; Advanced Exploration and Development Projects; Coal Exploration 1993; Highlights of Exploration Projects; Porphyry Copper-Gold Deposits; Polymetallic Massive Sulphide Deposits; Precious Metal Bearing Veins and Transitional Deposits; Skarn Deposits; Industrial Minerals; Other Targets; New Initiatives in British Columbia; Summary and Outlook for 1994; Acknowledgements

Paul Wojdak:
Northwestern Region
Overview and Trends; Red Mountain Gold Prospect; Stewart-Iskut Gold District; Coast Range Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Projects; Porphyry Copper (-Gold) Exploration; Gold in Far Northwestern British Columbia; Coal; Operating Mines; Placer Mining

E.L. Faulkner:
Central Region
Highlights; Summary Exploration; Land Use; Mine Development Review in Brief; Operating Mines; Outlook

R.E. Meyers:
South-Central Region
Highlights of Major Projects; Precious Metal Vein Deposits; Porphyry Deposits; Massive Sulphides; Industrial Minerals; Operating Mines

H.P. Wilton:
Kootenay Region 
Trends; Exploration Highlights; Metals; Industrial Minerals; Placer Mining; Producing Mines; Coal; Metals

R.H. Pinsent:
Southwestern Region
Introduction Highlights; Exploration Trends; Operating Mines and Quarries; Mine Development Submissions; Exploration Activity; Vancouver and Texada Islands; Southern Coastal Area; Queen Charlotte Islands; Land-Use Issues; Vancouver Island; Lower Mainland; Government Activity and Research; Acknowledgements

T.E. Kalnins and A.F. Wilcox
Assessment Reports: Summary of Assessment Work 1993.

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