The Eastern Contact Zone of the Coast Range Batholith on the Stikine River

CIM Bulletin1928
THE subject of the Coast Range batholith and its eastern contact zone needs no introduction to British Columbia mining men. Because of its reputed potentialities, this zone has aroused much interest. Because it has touched the pockets of the people by actually producing dividend-paying mines, it has been able, more particularly in certain isolated sections, to retain and accentuate that interest.
Keywords: Batholith, Coast Range, Coast Range Batholith, economic geology, KERR, Northwestern British Columbia, Stikine River, Composites, formation, Intrusions, Mine, Mines, Rock, Rocks
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