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Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and Princeton.

British Columbia. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources.

Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and Princeton.

by British Columbia. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources.

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SeriesBritish Columbia Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources Bulletin -- 69
ContributionsPreto, V.
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Open LibraryOL21825869M

Capsule Geology: The Tab occurrence covers a small group of showings of copper mineralization in part of the historical Aspen Grove copper camp, between Merritt and Princeton, where exploration dates back to the turn of the twentieth century. It is centred on a zone of mineralization called Zone 1 in Assessment Report Capsule Geology: The Snowflake 6 occurrence is a small area of minor copper mineralization in part of the historical Aspen Grove copper camp between Merritt and Princeton, where exploration dates back to the turn of the twentieth century. It is centred on a small cluster of old workings 1 kilometre south of Courtney Lake, metres east of.

Capsule Geology: The Echo occurrence refers to a group of minor copper showings in an area east of the historical Aspen Grove copper camp, between Merritt and Princeton. The occurrence is centred on the northernmost of three showings which were worked on in the s, in a small area (less than square kilometre) located southeast of. Preto, V.A. (): Geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton; B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petro-leum Resources, Bulle 90 pages Geology and Mineral Deposits of Nicola.

Nicola Group. Nicola rocks cover a wide area and are composed of vari-colored lava, argillite, tuff, limestone and chloritelsericite schist. During the +rassic and Cretaceous, the Nicola was intruded by a series of intrusions ranging in composition from gabbroto granite (Rice, ; Adamson, ). () northeast of the Nicola River between Spences Bridge and Merritt. Based on similarity in lithology and attitude he concluded that the Dot beds were simply a continuation of the Spences Bridge Group. Preto () mapped two units between Princeton and Merritt as Kingsvale Group (Fig. 2a).


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Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and Princeton by British Columbia. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geology of Copper Mountain: H/10,15; I/2: Bulletin B Preto, V.A. Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and Princeton: H/6,11, Bulletin B Ray, G.E. The Geology and Mineralization of the Coquihalla Gold Belt and Hozameen Fault System, Southwestern British Columbia (92H/6, 11, 14) E/5W; H.

Geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton SUMMARY This bulletin outlines the geology of the central part of the Upper Triassic Nicola Group between Nicola Lake and Princeton.

The study area covers approximately square kilometres and extends from latitude 49' 32' 00" north to 50' 07' 30" north and from. Geology of the Fraser River Valley Between Lillooet and Big Bar Creek: H/10,15; I/2: Bulletin B Preto, V.A. Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and Princeton: I/9,10,15, Bulletin B Kwong, Y.T.J.

Evolution of the Iron Mask Batholith and its Associated Copper Mineralization. Reconnaissance rock geochemistry of the Nicola and Kingsvale groups between Merritt and Princeton (Paper / Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, ISSN ; ) Bibliography: p.

ISBN O S 1. Geochemistry -British Columbia - Merritt region. Geochemistry - British Columbia. Preto, V. Geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton. Bulle British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. Rice, H.M.A., Memoir Geology and Mineral Deposits of the Princeton Map Area, British Columbia.

Mines and Geological Branch, Canada. of the Quil Claim Group. Assessment Report B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. Kotila, Brian W. (): Geology and Geochemistry of the Quil Claim Group. Assessment ReportB.C. Ministry of Energy Mines and Petroleum Resources.

Preto, V.A. (): Geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton. Preto, V.A. Geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton, British Columbia. B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources Bulletin 2. Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources Geological Survey Branch Minfile Map NTS HNE Tulameen.

Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and Princeton: I/9,10,15, Bulletin B Kwong, Y.T.J. Geology and Platinum-Group-Element Mineralization of Alaskan-Type Ultramafic-Mafic Complexes in British Columbia: H/7, Bulletin B geological map of the survey area refer to Map No. 2 from Geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulle ii) TECHNIQUES Soil sampling of the B soil horizons was completed along the winglines of the grid ( metre spacings) at a sample interval of 25 metres.

GEOLOGY REGIONAL GEOLOGY The geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton has been mapped by several geologists since The earliest work was by1, s, k and e, respectively, carried on this work up to Rice () and Cockfield. Geology of the Forty-Ninth Parallel, Report of the Chief Astronomer, Department of the Interior: H/6, Open File OF Ray, G.E.

Geology of the Hozameen Fault Area (NTS 92H/6, 11) H/10,15; I/2: Bulletin B Preto, V.A. Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and Princeton: H/ Open.

The rocks of the Upper Triassic Nicola Group represent the altered broken remnants of a volcanic island archipelago. Ab feet of Upper Triassic sediments and volcanic rock are present in the thesis area. The group is the product of two cycles of deposition distinguishable on the basis of relative abundance of phenocrysts in the volcanic members.

Rocks of the lower cycle (P. Princeton, Merritt, Nicola Group, Spences Bridge Group, Princeton Group, Chilcotin Group, paleogeography 1. Introduction Fieldwork in the proli fi cally mineralized southern Nicola belt (Figs.

1, 2) extended over about six months split between the summers of. Volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the Eocene Princeton Group occur in the northern (Tulameen coal basin), central (Princeton basin) and eastern parts of the map area.

They lie unconformably on the Nicola Group and all older intrusive rocks. Comagmatic minor intrusions occur throughout the map area, particularly to the east of the Boundary fault.

Geology of the Tulameen Ultramafic Complex: H/; I/5,; O/1,8: GeoFile GF Peter B. Read Geotex Consultants Ltd. Geology and Industrial Minerals of the Tertiary Basins, South-Central British Columbia: H/10,15; I/2: Bulletin B Preto, V.A.

Geology of the Nicola Group Between Merritt and. Creek, 12 miles north of Princeton. Copper mineralization is exposed in natural outcrops on the Adit zone and on steep east-facing cliffs on the South zone. Preto, V.A.; Geology of the Nicola Group between Merritt and Princeton; Bulle p.

71, British Columbia Dept. of Mines, Date 1. Card 2 -- -\. Eocene volcaniclastics (Princeton/Kingsvale Group) overly the contact between the Guichon Creek batholith and southeast of the property. The historic Craigmont mine partially exploited the copper-magnetite skarn mineralisation located within the contact aureole of the Upper Triassic Guichon Creek batholith with the Upper Triassic Nicola Group.

intrude Nicola Group strata, and both are overlain by felsic volcanic rocks of the Cretaceous Spences Bridge Group (Monger, ; Massey et al., ). Access and previous work The Dillard Property can be reached by Highway 3 to Princeton, about km east of Vancouver,then by following the Princeton-Summerland Road ( km.

Merritt (also underground) reported. The potential in situ cool resources in the Tertiary Southern Interior belt, (exclusive of Hat Creek, Princeton and Tulameen), ore indicated to be of major size in three areas: Cariboo (Quesnel) million short tons Merritt mil lion short tons.

terminates north of Princeton (Preto, ) and does not extend into the project area. This paper focuses on the results of geochemical analyses of samples of Nicola Group volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks collected in and These results confirm correlation of the Nicola Group rocks west of the Boundary fault with the “Western Belt.

Geology of the Nicola Group between Merrit and Princeton. Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Energy, Minerals, and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin Google Scholar.Capsule Geology: The June occurrence consists of minor copper mineralization in part of the historical Aspen Grove copper camp, between Merritt and Princeton, where exploration dates back to the turn of the twentieth century.

It is centred metres west of Quilchena Creek, kilometres east of Highway 5A, 6 kilometres northeast of the.followed by the Geology and Mineral Deposits of Copper Mountain, published as Bulle and by the Geology of the Nicola Belt between Merritt and Princeton, published as Bulletin In ‐, he led the study of the Geology of the Eagle Bay Assemblage from the Adams Plateau.