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File Created: 24-Jul-1985 by BC Geological Survey (BCGS)
Last Edit:  25-Jun-1992 by Peter S. Fischl (PSF)

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Name NO 19, NOR 22, HUB, CLIMAX, OTTER CREEK Mining Division Nicola
BCGS Map 092H087
Status Showing NTS Map 092H15E
Latitude 049º 51' 44'' UTM 10 (NAD 83)
Longitude 120º 36' 15'' Northing 5526065
Easting 672184
Commodities Copper Deposit Types D03 : Volcanic redbed Cu
Tectonic Belt Intermontane Terrane Quesnel
Capsule Geology

The Nor 19 showing is 2.2 to 2.9 kilometres west of the south end of Bluey Lake and 6.55 to 7.35 kilometres northwest of the north end of Missezula Lake.

The occurrence is hosted in augite plagioclase porphyritic andesite and red volcanic breccia of the Upper Triassic Nicola Group (Central belt, Bulletin 69). The volcanics are mineralized with chalcocite, chalcopyrite, malachite and azurite in an area trending northwest for 800 metres. Chalcocite and chalcopyrite occur as disseminations and stringers over a length 76 metres in one prominent northwest-striking shear zone. Three rock samples spaced over a distance of 400 metres assayed as follows, from north to south: 0.436, 0.657 and 0.412 per cent copper respectively (Assessment Report 14141, Drawing 5b, samples 2293, 2284, 2086).

EMPR AR 1905-202
EMPR ASS RPT *175, *14141
EMPR EXPL 1985-C187
EMPR MAP *15 (1974)
EMPR P 1981-2
EMPR PF (Anonymous (undated - early 1900s): 1 to 12000 scale plan showing mineral claims, Aspen Grove camp (see 092HNE Regional File))
GSC MAP 888A; 1386A; 41-1989
GSC OF 2167, pp. 93-98
GSC P 85-1A, pp. 349-358
CJES Vol. 16, pp. 1658-1672 (1979); Vol. 24, pp. 2521-2536 (1987)