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A mineral resource assessment of the Chilko Lake planning area

Graeme Peter McLaren

A mineral resource assessment of the Chilko Lake planning area

by Graeme Peter McLaren

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Published by Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources in Victoria, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mines and mineral resources -- British Columbia -- Chilko Lake Region.,
  • Geology -- British Columbia -- Chilko Lake Region.,
  • Geology, Economic -- British Columbia -- Chilko Lake Region.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Graeme P. McLaren.
    SeriesBulletin (British Columbia. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources) -- 81
    ContributionsBritish Columbia. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources., Canada. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN27.B7 M32 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 117 p. :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20116823M
    ISBN 100771888694

    A mineral potential study of the Chilko Lake Planning Area provided three unique categories of field data on which to build the classification system. These categories are geological setting. Bayesian fi ts for B&H curves that predict Chilko Lake sockeye smolts and adult returns. Points are the observations (in millions) from each brood year, – (Table 1).

    Mineral Resources of the Upper Chetco River of Oregon: Including the Kalmiopsis Wilderness [Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, Kerby Jackson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mining historian Kerby Jackson introduces us to a classic mining work in this important re-issue of the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral . Planning. Mineral resources are important national assets. Their extraction and use makes an essential contribution to the UK economy. Adequate supplies are necessary for the development of a modern economy and are required for manufacturing, construction, power generation, transportation and agriculture.

    The Chilcotin-Nechako region lies within the Intermontane Belt of British Columbia on the western edge of Stikinia and includes the Tyaughton Basin. Exposed within the region are Early Albian to Cenomanian sediments of the Skeena, Taylor Creek, Jackass Mountain and Battlement Ridge groups plus unnamed sediments of similar age and lithology. These sediments were deposited . The first site was Williams Lake, in the Cariboo-Chilcotin area of the B.C. interior; here the Committee heard about the successful process through which representatives of local groups, individuals and government departments, together known as the Chilko Lake Study Team, reached a consensus on a land use plan that included a large protected.


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A mineral resource assessment of the Chilko Lake planning area by Graeme Peter McLaren Download PDF EPUB FB2

McLaren, G.P.,A mineral resource assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area: Bulle Geological Survey Branch, Mineral Resources Division, Ministry of Energy Mines and Petroleum Resources, by: 4.

McLaren, Graeme P. A mineral resources assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area. Victoria, B.C.: Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, [] () B72 no Maxwell, Charles Henry.

Geologic map of the Cubero quadrangle, Cibola County, New Mexico. To avoid such conflicts, a recently legislated process that provides for detailed mineral resource assessments in candidate park areas has stimulated the creation of a mineral potential classification system for use in land-use planning and policy decisions.

A mineral potential study of the Chilko Lake Planning Area provided three unique categories Cited by: 2. McLaren, G. (): A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area, British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin Nelson. McLaren, G.P.

(): A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area; B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin. McLaren, G.

(): A Mineral Resource Assessment the Chilko Lake Planning Area British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Minps and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin 8. McLaren, G. (): A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin Melville.

A mineral resource assessment of the Chilko Lake planning area. McLaren, G.P. A mineral resource assessment of the Chilko Lake planning area. British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines. The Hack Lake (CO(M25) Wilderness Study Area has no identified mineral resources, and low poten­ tial for undiscovered mineral resources including oil, gas, or coal.

This conclusion is based on an earlier sur­ vey of the Flat Tops Wilderness (Mallory and others, ) and on field investigations conducted in Author: Sandra J. Soulliere, Mark A. Arnold, Steven E. Kluender. tive resource assessment. Thus, this discussion is limited to mineral deposit models specifically designed for quantitative assessments, such as those in Cox and Singer (), Bliss (a), and Rogers and others ().

The target population of these assessments is the group of undiscovered mineralFile Size: 1MB. A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area (NTS 92N, O) H/07, Geoscience Map GM Preto, V.A., Nixon, G.T.

Alkaline Cu-Au Porphyry Systems in British Columbia: Copper Mountain (NTS H/07, 08) J, O: Paper P Church, B.N. Bridge River Mining Camp Geology and Mineral Deposits. Resources. Assessment Report McLaren, G.

A Mineral Resources Assessment of the Chilko Lake planning Area. British Columbia Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin Mineral resource potential and generalized geology of the Guano Creek Wilderness Study Area, Lake County, Oregon.

Entire study area has low potential, certainty level B, for oil and gas resources and areas underlain by unit Tt have low resource potential, certainty B, for : M.F. Diggles, H.D. King, Donald Plouff, J.E. Conrad, D.L. Sawatzky, D.A. Benjamin. A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area (NTS 92N, O) E/5W; H/8E: Bulletin B Geology of the Mineral Hill - Wormy Lake Area, Sechelt, B.C.

(NTS 92G/12W) L, M, D; H, I, J, P, A: Geology and Mineral Resources of the Cowichan Lake Sheet, Vancouver Island (NTS 92C/16) B. Gold-Silver Deposits in the Toodoggone River Map Area, Northern British Columbia. Mineral Resources Division, Geological Survey Branch, Bulletin Gruenwald, W () Assessment reports on the Pil property for Finlay Minerals (AR, ).

McLaren, G.P. (): A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area; B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulle. NTS YEAR PUBLICATION SCALE AUTHOR TITLE; N/1,8; O/4,5: Bulletin B McLaren, G.P.

A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area. localities of the Scorpion Wilderness Study Area, Garfield and Kane Counties, Utah FIGURES Maps of the Scorpion Wilderness Study Area and vicinity: 1.

Mineral resource potential and location C2 2. Sample localities, mining claims, and oil and gas leases and lease applications C5 3. Complete Bouguer gravity anomalies CIO : S. Bartsch-Winkler, J.L. Jones, J.E. Kilburn, J.W. Cady, J.S. Duval, K.L. Cook, M.L.

Lane, P.A. Corb. Mineral Resources are estimated at a cut-off grade of % CuEq. Mineral Resources are estimated using long term metal prices of US$/lb Cu, US$1,/oz Au, and US$/oz Ag.

Mineral Resources are exclusive of Mineral Reserves. Provision has been made for depletion to the end of 6. Numbers may not add due to rounding. McLaren, G. (): A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin.

The Southgate LU is situated northeast of Bute Inlet and southwest of Chilko Lake (see Figure 1). The Landscape Unit covers a total area ofha and includes the Southgate River watershed and several smaller stream systems. A small portion of the Ts’yl-Os Provincial Park extends into the Southgate Landscape Unit.Geology West of Chilko Lake; Geology and Lithogeochemistry of the Chilko-Taseko Lakes Area (NTS 92N/1, 8; 92O/4, 5) N/1,8; O/4,5: Bulletin B McLaren, G.P.

A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area (NTS 92N, O) J/13; K/16; N/1; O/4,5: Open File OF McLaren, G.P.The purpose of this thesis is to evaluate alternative processes for resolving conflicts between mineral development, and park preservation interests in British Columbia.

The peculiarities and variation within the generic conflict illustrate the divergence between two main interest groups, and the representative provincial resource agencies. A brief examination of eight cases .