Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 10117

Property Name Red Dog
NAD 83
57° 41' 53.00'' N, 130° 28' 55.00'' W
57.698056, -130.481944
UTM: Easting 411672, Northing 6396060, Zone 9 (North)
NAD 27
57° 41' 53.33'' N, 130° 28' 48.95'' W
57.698149, -130.480264
UTM: Easting 411769, Northing 6395857, Zone 9 (North)
NTS 104G09W, 104G10E
BCGS 104G068
Mining Divisions Liard
Mining Camp
Title Geological Report on the Red Dog Property, Liard Mining Division
Report Year 1981
Number of Pages 36
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1982-01-29
Off Confidential 1983-01-29
Claims RED DOG
General Work Categories Geological
Operators Northcal Res.
Authors Taylor, Bert
Noel, G.A.
Work Done
Geological Geological 0.0 ha
Related Report(s) 9082, 7189
File(s) 10117.pdf
Geological Summary
Upper Triassic siltstone, chert and greywacke are cut by a 50-100 metre wide granodiorite dyke striking northeasterly. These rocks are overlain by volcanic flow and pyroclastic rocks. Auriferous pyrite, arsenopyrite, sphalerite and chalcopyrite occur as disseminations and fracture fillings in the granodiorite dyke and volcanic/pyroclastic wallrocks, in places associated with quartz-carbonate veinlets.