Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 17059

Property Name E&L
NAD 83
56° 34' 59.00'' N, 130° 40' 07.00'' W
56.583056, -130.668611
UTM: Easting 397510, Northing 6272221, Zone 9 (North)
NAD 27
56° 34' 59.41'' N, 130° 40' 01.11'' W
56.583169, -130.666974
UTM: Easting 397607, Northing 6272018, Zone 9 (North)
NTS 104B10E
BCGS 104B057
Mining Divisions Liard
Mining Camp Stewart Camp
Title E and L Claims Geophysical Report on an Airborne Magnetic and VLF-EM Survey on the
Report Year 1988
Number of Pages 33
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1988-02-05
Off Confidential 1989-02-05
Claims E&L 1-41
General Work Categories Geological, Geophysical
Operators Cons. Silver Standard Mines
Owners Cons. Silver Standard Mines
Authors White, Glen E.
Hermary, R.G.
MINFILE Nos 104B 006
Commodities Nickel, Iron, Copper
Work Done
Geological Geological 4.0 ha; No. of maps: 1; Scale(s): 1:600
Geophysical Electromagnetic, airborne VLF; 100.0 km; No. of maps: 2; Scale(s): 1:10 000
Magnetic, airborne 100.0 km; No. of maps: 1; Scale(s): 1;10 000
Related Report(s)
File(s) 17059.pdf
Geological Summary
The E and L property is underlain by andesitic tuffs and breccias, argillites and cherts assigned to the Jurassic Hazelton volcanic and sedimentary sequence. These rocks trend northwesterly with a steep to vertical southwesterly dip. At Nickel Mountain, the Hazelton sequence is intruded by an olivine gabbro stock which is part of an east-west trending, intermittently exposed mile-long belt of gabbros. These rocks in turn are bounded by large granite masses. The geology is further complicated by at least one major fault and several dykes.