Faulting at the Wright-Hargreaves Mine with Notes on Ground Movements

CIM Bulletin1940
THE Wright-Hargreaves mine is one of a group of seven mines long active in the Kirkland Lake district, Ontario. Detailed geological reports and maps covering the area have been published by the Ontario Department of Mines (1,3). Though all these mines work several productive veins there is one vein which is common to all and is known as the North Vein of the camp- not that it is the most northerly vein mined, but it is the more northerly of the two major veins of the camp.
Keywords: C fault, diabase, greywacke, porphyry, syenite, Fault, Faulting, Faults, Mine, Mines, mining, North, Veins
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