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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

Geoscience Map 2002-1: Intrusion-Related Mineral Occurrences of the Cretaceous Bayonne Magmatic Melt, Southeast British Columbia

(NTS 082 E,F,G,J,K,L,M,N)

Compilation by James Logan
Geological Cartography by J. Logan and V. Vilkos


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This map was generated from digital geological compilations of the Kootenay Mineral Assessment (Höy et al., 1994) and the East Part of the Okanagan Mineral Assessment (Schiarizza and Church, 1996). Modifications incorporate age determinations and more recent mapping associated with the Intrusive-related gold deposits project (1999-2001) and references within.




Carr, S.D. (1995): The southern Omineca Belt, British Columbia: New Perspectives from the Lithoprobe Geoscience Program; Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Volume 32, pages 1720-1739.


Höy, T., Church, B.N., Legun, A., Glover, J.K., Grant, B., Wheeler, J.O. and Dunn, K.P.E. 1994. The Geology of the Kootenay Mineral Assessment Region, B.C. Ministry of Energy and Mines, Open File 1994-8.


Johnson, B.J. (1994): Structure and Tectonic Setting of the Okanagan Valley Fault System in the Shuswap Lake Area, Southern British Columbia; unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, 266 pages./P>


Parrish, R.R. (1992): U-Pb Ages of Jurassic-Eocene Plutonic Rocks in the Vicinity of Valhalla Complex, Southeast British Columbia; in Radiogenic Age and Isotopic Studies: Report 5, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 91-2, pages 115-134.


Schiarizza, P. and Church, B.N. 1996. The Geology of the Thompson - Okanagan Mineral Assessment Region (East Part). B.C. Ministry of Energy and Mines, Open File 1996-20.


Wheeler, J.O. and McFeely, P. 1991, Tectonic Assemblage Map of the Canadian Cordillera and Adjacent Parts of the United States of America: Geological Survey of Canada, Map 1712A.



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