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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

Geoscience Map 1998-3: Geological Compilation of the Grassy Mountain (East Half) and Moyie Lake (West Half) map areas, Southeastern British Columbia
NTS (82F/8E, 82G/5W)

Compilation by D.A. Brown
Geology by D. Anderson, D.A. Brown, S. Coombes, L. Diakow, R. Franklin, T. Höy, C. Kennedy, M. Kennedy, T. Kennedy, P. Klewchuk, D. Pighin, P. Ransom, J. Reesor, J. Ryley, M. Smith, R.D. Woodfill and others

 

View PDF Map (4.3 MB)
View DWF Map
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Download DWG data (ZIP, 3.2 MB)

 

These three colour Geoscience Maps (1998-2, 1998-3, and 1998-4) cover areas in the Purcell anticlinorium. Exploration attention is focused in the Purcell anticlinorium, targeting favourable settings for new SEDEX deposits using the features found at the world class Sullivan Pb-Zn-Ag mine as indicators. The maps provide 1:50 000 scale geology with Sullivan-style indicators (e.g. sedimentary fragmentals, tourmalinite, albite alteration, garnet-rich zones) clearly shown and the locations of diamond drill holes.

 

Geoscience Map 1998-2 covers the core of the Moyie anticline and mineral occurrences in the Mt. Mahon-Yahk area. Map 1998-3 includes the extensively explored Fors-Vine areas and the newly discovered Panda Basin. Map 1998-4 covers the Findlay-Doctor Creek area, where recent drilling has identified stratiform sulphides in Upper Aldridge strata.

 

All publications of the BC Geological Survey are available digitally, free of charge, from this website.

 

For questions or more information on geology and minerals in British Columbia contact BCGS Mailbox or call toll free (BC Residents only).