The Origin of the Copper Mountain Ores

CIM Bulletin1929
COPPER MOUNT AIN is the third largest copper mine in British Columbia, and is now producing close to 20 million pounds of copper per year, with which is recovered also 4,000 ounces of gold and. 13,800 ounces of silver. After a long and checkered career, during which the ownership and management changed several times, this deposit finally came into the possession of the Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Company in 1923.
Keywords: bornite, breccias, chalcopyrite, magma, pegmatite, Breccias, copper, Deposits, Magma, Ore, Ores, Rock, Rocks
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