Ore in Depth in British Columbian Mines

CIM Bulletin1935
ONE of the greatest and most interesting problems of economic geology is to discover criteria bearing on the persistence of ore in depth. It is a question which is very much to the fore in connection with many of our important mines in British Columbia, and, as is to be expected, it is a most controversial one. The present paper, summarizing the views of the writers concerning the possibilities, in some of the mining districts of the Province, for the persistence of commercial ore to greater depths than have been, or are at present, mined, is offered as a basis for a general discussion on the subject and to call attention to the need for renewed study and research on the problem. t
Keywords: British Columbia, chalcopyrite, galena, Mysore, pyrrhotite, Deposits, Mine, Mines, mining, Ore, Ores, Veins
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