Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 18248

Property Name Doctors Point
NAD 83
49° 38' 59.00'' N, 121° 59' 05.00'' W
49.649722, -121.984722
UTM: Easting 573289, Northing 5500181, Zone 10 (North)
NAD 27
49° 38' 59.28'' N, 121° 59' 00.97'' W
49.649801, -121.983603
UTM: Easting 573372, Northing 5499972, Zone 10 (North)
NTS 092G09E, 092H12W
BCGS 092H061
Mining Divisions New Westminster
Mining Camp Lillooet River - Harrison Lake Belt
Title Geological and Geochemical Report on the Harrison Lake Project
Report Year 1988
Number of Pages 55
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1988-10-05
Off Confidential 1989-10-05
Claims Sk-u, Trick, Trio 2
General Work Categories Geochemical
Operators Universal Trident Ind.
Owners Rhyolite Resources Ltd.
Stewart, John Melvin (Mel)
Authors Husband, R.W.
Dasler, Peter G.
Commodities Copper, Gold, Zinc, Silver
Work Done
Geochemical Soil 1152 sample(s); No. of maps: 1; Scale(s): 1:5000
Elements Analyzed For Silver, Arsenic, Gold, Copper, Lead, Zinc
Keywords Andesites, Diorites, Harrison Lake Formation, Hornfels, Jurassic
Related Report(s) 14625
File(s) 18248.pdf
Geological Summary
Property is underlain by Middle Jurassic volcanics of the Harrison Lake Group and possibly Lower Cretaceous Gambier Group. These rock groups have been intruded in several phases by dioritic plutons in the area of Doctors Point. These plutons have altered the sediments to form zones of hornfels with epithermal veins hosting sulphides. Gold geochemical anomalies occur on the property and are often associated with the sulphide carrying epithermal veinlets.