Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 16656

Property Name CND
NAD 83
49° 25' 08.00'' N, 116° 09' 56.00'' W
49.418889, -116.165556
UTM: Easting 560520, Northing 5474358, Zone 11 (North)
NAD 27
49° 25' 08.10'' N, 116° 09' 52.70'' W
49.418918, -116.164639
UTM: Easting 560588, Northing 5474143, Zone 11 (North)
NTS 082F08E
BCGS 082F050
Mining Divisions Fort Steele
Mining Camp
Title Claims Geological, Geochemical and Geophysical Report on the CND Mineral
Report Year 1987
Number of Pages 79
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1987-09-23
Off Confidential 1988-09-23
Claims CND, CND 2-5
General Work Categories Geochemical, Geophysical, Physical
Operators Partners Oil & Minerals Ltd.
Owners Brewer, Lloyd C.
Authors Bishop, Stephen Brian
Commodities Gold
Work Done
Geochemical Soil 1090 sample(s); No. of maps: 2; Scale(s): 1:10 000, 1:5000
Elements Analyzed For Gold
Geophysical Electromagnetic, ground VLF; 47.5 km; No. of maps: 2; Scale(s): 1:5000
Magnetic, ground 47.5 km; No. of maps: 1; Scale(s): 1:5000
Physical Line/grid 47.5 km
Related Report(s)
File(s) 16656.pdf
Geological Summary
The property lies within a north-northeast trending segment of the Proterozoic portion of the Kootenay area which originated as a thick prograding clastic wedge along the western margin of the North American continental plate. Gold mineralization occurs in three geological settings; large quartz veins up to 20 metres wide, small cross cutting quartz veins 2 metres wide and large shear zones.