Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 17626

Property Name Lance
NAD 83
56° 37' 59.00'' N, 130° 19' 07.00'' W
56.633056, -130.318611
UTM: Easting 419113, Northing 6277318, Zone 9 (North)
NAD 27
56° 37' 59.39'' N, 130° 19' 01.14'' W
56.633164, -130.316984
UTM: Easting 419210, Northing 6277115, Zone 9 (North)
NTS 104B09W
BCGS 104B069
Mining Divisions Skeena
Mining Camp Stewart Camp
Title Geophysical Report on the Lance Claims
Report Year 1988
Number of Pages 29
Statements of Work 0000059
Affidavit Date 1988-04-28
Off Confidential 1989-04-28
Claims Lance 1-4
General Work Categories Geophysical
Operators Cremonese, Dino M.
Owners Pepperdine, C.
Authors Woods, Dennis V.
Hermary, R.G.
Commodities Gold
Work Done
Geophysical Electromagnetic, airborne VLF; 78.0 km; No. of maps: 2; Scale(s): 1:10 000
Magnetic, airborne 78.0 km; No. of maps: 1; Scale(s): 1:10 000
Related Report(s)
File(s) 17626a.pdf
Geological Summary
The claims straddle a regional northeast trending and plunging syncline of Middle Jurassic Salmon River and Betty Creek Formations of volcanic and sedimentary rocks. The Salmon River Formation underlies the majority of the claims. The formation is mapped as siltstone, greywacke, sandstone, argillite, conglomerate and littoral deposits. The Middle Jurassic Betty Creek Formation underlies the Salmon River sedimentary sequence and forms a band which besects the property from the southwest to the northeast. The formation is mapped as green, red, purple and black volcanic breccias, conglom- erates, sandstones and siltstones. The Unuk River Formation is found in the southwest corner of the Lance 3 claim. The Unuk River Formation is mapped as green, red and purple volcanic breccias, conglomerates and sandstones. Two faults are mapped along the eastern edge of the claims, one trends west and the other northwest.