Mechanics of Structure at Tashota Goldfields Mine, Tashota, Ontario

CIM Bulletin1936
THE property of Tashota Goldfields, Limited, in the Lake Nipigon area, Ontario, is located about 4 miles west of Onaman lake and 16 miles by winter road south-southeast of Tashota station on the transcontinental line of the Canadian National railways. The mine, formerly developed to a limited extent under the name of Tashota Gold mine, has, since late in 1933, been under the management of Minefinders Limited, who, in 1935, brought it into production on a 60-ton per day basis. During the winter of 1934-35, the writer was geologist at the property.
Keywords: anticlinal, diorite, porphyry, schist, shear zone, Folding, Jointing, Porphyry, Rock, Rocks, Shear, Shearing, Shears, stress, Structure
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