Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 16852

Property Name Kemmess
NAD 83
56° 59' 59.00'' N, 126° 45' 07.00'' W
56.999722, -126.751944
UTM: Easting 636551, Northing 6319602, Zone 9 (North)
NAD 27
56° 59' 59.21'' N, 126° 45' 01.55'' W
56.999780, -126.750432
UTM: Easting 636648, Northing 6319399, Zone 9 (North)
NTS 094D15E, 094E02E, 094E02W
BCGS 094E007
Mining Divisions Omineca
Mining Camp Toodoggone Camp
Title Assessment Report on the Kemmess Creek Property
Report Year 1988
Number of Pages 90
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1987-10-05
Off Confidential 1988-10-05
Claims DU, Ron 4
General Work Categories Geochemical, Geophysical, Physical
Operators St. Phillips Resources Inc.
Owners Pacific Ridge Resources Corp.
Authors Mertens, H.
Coffin, David
MINFILE Nos 094E 094
Commodities Zinc, Gold, Copper, Lead, Silver
Work Done
Geochemical Soil 1102 sample(s); No. of maps: 6; Scale(s): 1:2500
Elements Analyzed For Multielement
Geophysical Electromagnetic, ground VLF; 30.3 km; No. of maps: 4; Scale(s): 1:5000
Physical Line/grid 31.5 km
Related Report(s) 14575, 13027, 12485, 10161
File(s) 16852.pdf
Geological Summary
The property is largely covered by overburden but regional mapping shows it to be underlain by andesitic plagioclase porphyries of the Upper Triassic Takla Group. Monzonite intrusives have been intersected in diamond drill core in the northwest corner of the DU claim. A northwest trending fault marks the boundary between interbedded volcanics and andesitic volcanics. The Kemess Creek valley may be a fault zone with another possible northwest trending fault occurring along the western side of the property.