Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 16765

Property Name Frasergold
NAD 83
52° 18' 14.00'' N, 120° 34' 25.00'' W
52.303889, -120.573611
UTM: Easting 665430, Northing 5797611, Zone 10 (North)
NAD 27
52° 18' 14.18'' N, 120° 34' 20.91'' W
52.303939, -120.572476
UTM: Easting 665513, Northing 5797401, Zone 10 (North)
NTS 093A07E
BCGS 093A038
Mining Divisions Cariboo
Mining Camp Cariboo - Quesnel Belt
Title Report on the Geology and Results of the 1987 Exploration on the Frasergold Property
Report Year 1987
Number of Pages 210
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1988-03-31
Off Confidential 1989-03-31
Claims Kay 10-11
General Work Categories Drilling, Physical
Operators Southlands Min.
Owners Southlands Min.
Authors MacKean, B.E.
Campbell, Kenneth Vincent
Leishman, Douglas .A.
Commodities Gold
Work Done
Drilling Rotary 21 hole(s); 1710.0 m
Geochemical Rock 95 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed For Gold
Sampling/assaying 139 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed For Gold
Physical Road, local access 2.0 km
Trench 8 trench(es); 660.0 m
Related Report(s) 15715, 15636, 14022, 12880, 11833, 9751, 8325
File(s) 16765a.pdf
Geological Summary
Quartz veins, which host gold mineralization occur in the basal section of a lustrous, porphyroblastic phyllite. These rocks, which lie on the upright, southwesterly dipping limb of the Eureka syncline, have been locally deformed into asymmetric drag folds. Subsequent rotation of the folds by an axial plane crenulation cleavage produced minor folds which plunge slightly northwest of the earlier drag folds. It is in quartz-filled fold hinges of the youngest structures that gold is thought to be concentrated.