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Geology of the Yanks Peak-Roundtop Mountain Area, Cariboo District, British Columbia.

Stuart S. Holland

Geology of the Yanks Peak-Roundtop Mountain Area, Cariboo District, British Columbia.

by Stuart S. Holland

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Published by Printed by D. McDiarmid, printer to the Queen in Victoria .
Written in English

    Places:
  • British Columbia,
  • Cariboo Forest Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- British Columbia -- Cariboo Forest Region.,
    • Gold ores -- British Columbia -- Cariboo Forest Region.,
    • Gold mines and mining -- British Columbia -- Cariboo Forest Region.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesYanks Peak-Roundtop Mountain Area, Cariboo District.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN27 .B72 no. 34
      The Physical Object
      Pagination102 p.
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL255068M
      LC Control Numbergs 54000180
      OCLC/WorldCa14770044

      The Mount Riordan (Crystal Peak) skarn, situated 7 km east of the Nickel Plate gold skarn, represents an industrial garnet deposit that has drill-indicated reserves totaling 40 million metric tons averaging 78 percent by volume by: 3. Home / Archives / No Summer / Reviews, Bibliography of BC, and Contributors H The Geology of Southern Vancouver Island: a field guide by C.J. Yorath/ Geology of the Kelowna Area and Origin of the Okanagan Valley British Columbia by Murray A. Roed.

      Mount Waddington, once known as Mystery Mountain, is the highest peak in the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, gh it is lower than Mount Fairweather and Mount Quincy Adams, which straddle the United States border between Alaska and British Columbia, Mount Waddington is the highest peak that lies entirely within British Columbia. It and the subrange which surround it, known First ascent: by Fritz Wiessner and William House. The rock that would eventually become the Cariboo Mountains and form the lakes and valleys of Bowron was far out in the Pacific Ocean, down near the equator. With tectonic shifting, these rocks drifted north-eastward, riding their continental plate, until they collided with and joined the Cordillera in what is now British Columbia.

      Some acheelite was found in gold worklnga of Cariboo- Thompson Mino. Ebcont ai~coverles wore made in by B.C. bpt. of Mines party about one-half mile south-eabterly from underground workings of Ceriboo-Thompson rden I8 deep k oxtoluive and outcropn are eca'rce. Samples indicated that further prospecting was warranted.   Wir erreichten das Cariboo Country, die drittgrößte und eine der einsamsten Regionen von B.C. Hier lebt noch heute die Legende vom Wilden .


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Geology of the Yanks Peak-Roundtop Mountain Area, Cariboo District, British Columbia by Stuart S. Holland Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geology of the Yanks Peak-Roundtop Mountain Area, Cariboo District, British Columbia SUMMARY 1. The Yanks Peak-Roundtop Mountain area lies at the head of several well-known placer creeks and contains numerous gold-bearing quartz veins. The recorded gold production of the immediately surrounding district is 69,File Size: 7MB.

Report On the Geology of the Mining District of Cariboo, British Columbia Paperback – Septem by Amos Bowman (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Amos Bowman. Bulletin 38 describes the geology of the Antler Creek area in the Cariboo District of east central British Columbia about halfway between the northwesterly and southerly flowing parts of the Fraser River.

The area adjoins the Roundtop Mountain-Yanks Peak area on the north. NTS YEAR PUBLICATION SCALE AUTHOR TITLE; A/ Bulletin B Holland, S.S.

Geology of the Yanks Peak-Round Top Mountain Area, Cariboo District, British Columbia. Page 26 - Cariboo are found gneisses, granites and quartzites, which resemble the characteristic rocks of the Archean.

Associated with these are lower granitic rocks. The entire crystalline series of the gold region of Cariboo is lithologically identical, as near as can be described in general terms, with the rocks of the pre-Cambrian and Cambrian gold regions of eastern Canada. Full text of "Report on the Geology of the British Columbia.

book District of Cariboo, British Columbia" See other formats This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

The general geology of the area covered by Suncor's Cariboo Gold Project will now be dis- cussed, using "pre-Struik" terminology. Suncor's Cariboo Gold Project is situated within the Lightning Creek Anticlinorium, in the Cariboo Mountains of south central British Columbia.

Geochemistry of lode and placer gold of the Cariboo District, B.C. (Open file, ISSN ; ) Issued by Geological Survey Branch. Includes bibliographical references: p. ISBN 1. Gold ores - Geology - British Columbia - Cariboo Region.

Placer deposits - British Columbia - Cariboo Region. Veins. established by Holland () in the Yanks Peak - Roundtop Mountain area and used by Sutherland-Brown () to extend this stratigraphy into the Barkerville-Wells area. Lode gold deposits in the Barkerville camp occur as auriferous quartz vein complexes near the "Midas-Snowshoe.

Holland, S.S. (): Geology of the Yanks Peak–Roundtop Mountain area, Cariboo District, British Columbia; BC Ministry of Forests, Mines and Lands, Bulle p.

Howard, D.A. (): Geological, diamond drilling and trenching results from the exploration program on the ForksARTEP claims, Cariboo Mining Division.

Struik, L.C.,‘A re-examination of the type area of the Devono-Mississippian Columbia Cariboo orogeny, central British Columbia.’ Canadian Journal of Author: John V.

Ross, S. Garwin, P. Lewis. The geology of British Columbia is a function of its location on the leading edge of the North American mountainous physiography and the diversity of rock types and ages hint at the complex geology, which is still undergoing revision despite a century of exploration and mapping.

The country's most prominent geological features are mountain ranges, including the North American. CHAPTER III.-GENERAL GEOLOGY The northeastern Cariboo District is underlain by four major groups of rocks, of which only two outcrop within the map-area.

All groups arc compressed into north- mapping at feet to the inch in the Yanks Peak-Roundtop Mountain area where.

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In late Proterozoic to early Paleozoic time, continent-derived clastic sediment and minor carbonate of the Snowshoe Group were deposited in a continental slope to shelf environment, and shallow marine elastics and carbonates of the Cariboo Group were deposited nearer to the shore of North America.

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Surficial Geology of Vancouver Area, British Columbia: (map and Report) Vol Issue 40 of GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA PAPER Vol Issue 40 of Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) Authors: John Edward Armstrong, Geological Survey of Canada: Publisher: Geological Survey of Canada, Original from: Indiana University: Digitized: Aug 8.

Cariboo Mountains Provincial Park is located northeast of Likely and east of Quesnel in the Cariboo region of BC. The Ghost Lake camping area can be accessed by travelling to Barkerville from Quesnel via High and then taking the Forestry Road (gravel) from Barkerville.

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The Cariboo Mountains are the northernmost subrange of the Columbia Mountains, which run down into the Spokane area of the United States and include the Selkirks, Monashees and Cariboo Mountains are entirely within the province of British Columbia, range is 7, square kilometres (3, sq mi) in area and about km in length (southeast–northwest) and about Elevation: 3, m (11, ft).Cariboo Lake area, central British Columbia (A/11, 12, 13 and 14); in Geological FieldworkBritish Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines, Paperpages STRUCTURAL RELATIONS OF THE SOUTHERN QUESNEL L A K E GNEISS, ISOSCELES MOUNTAIN AREA, SOUTHWEST CARIBOO MOUNTAINS, BRITISH COLUMBIA by JOHN R.

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