CIM Bulletin1925
The study of the ore deposits of British Columbia is one of fascinating interest not only from a scientific but also from a commercial standpoint and certain wide problems in connection therewith have interested me for some years. Several of these problems have been set forth in papers presented before this Institute on previous occasions. In 1918 it was pointed out that the commercial ore deposits of British Columbia, with one exception, were associated with the granodiorite batholiths of upper Jurassic age.
Keywords: British Columbia, British Columbia, copper, economic geology, Interior Plateau, Kootenays, Fracture, Fractures, Gold, mineral, minerals, Systems, Trends, Veins
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