Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 16056

Property Name Spike
NAD 83
57° 29' 59.00'' N, 127° 23' 36.00'' W
57.499722, -127.393333
UTM: Easting 596284, Northing 6374154, Zone 9 (North)
NAD 27
57° 29' 59.20'' N, 127° 23' 30.39'' W
57.499779, -127.391776
UTM: Easting 596381, Northing 6373951, Zone 9 (North)
NTS 094E06W, 094E11W
BCGS 094E054
Mining Divisions Liard
Mining Camp
Title Geophysical Report on an Airborne Magnetometer Survey, Spike Claim
Report Year 1987
Number of Pages 25
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1987-03-25
Off Confidential 1988-03-25
Claims Spike
General Work Categories Geophysical
Operators Toodoggone Synd.
Owners Ashworth, C.E.
Authors White, Glen E.
Hermary, R.G.
Work Done
Geophysical Magnetic, airborne 143.0 km
Related Report(s)
File(s) 16056.pdf
Geological Summary
Three major stratigraphic units strike northwest across the claims. From south to north, they are (1) a late Jurassic intrusion - primarily granodiorite (2) undivided Middle Jurassic Toodoggone volcanics consisting of feldspar porphyry flows, tuffs and breccias (3) Upper Triassic Takla Group augite porphyry basalt flows. The Toodoggone volcanics and Takla Group sequences are separated by a major fault.