Information Circular 2011-3
Molybdenum in British Columbia
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This brochure briefly describes molybdenum deposits in British Columbia, including the Endako and Kitsault deposits. It has a location map of selected molybdenum deposits.
The MINFILE database lists 1275 molybdenum bearing occurrences, 439 of which list molybdenum as the primary commodity. Principal deposit types are Mo and Cu-Mo porphyries. The developed Mo porphyries in BC are classified as low-fluorine type, distinct from the high-fluorine climax type known in the western US. BC is one of the world's premier locations for primary molybdenum porphyry deposits.
Other molybdenum publications:
GeoFile 2005-23 Table of Significant British Columbia Porphyry Molybdenum Resources
Bulletin 64 Porphyry Copper and Molybdenum Deposits, West-Central British Columbia
To create your own list of rare metal deposits, use the MINFILE/www SEARCH.