Mineral Possibilities of Areas Adjacent to the Alaska Highway

CIM Bulletin1943
BROADLY, Yukon is divisible into three physiographic provinces which are extensions of the similar divisions in British Columbia that are there known as the Coastal system, the Interior system, and the Rocky Mountain system. South of Yukon to about the 50th parallel of latitude, the Coastal system consists solely of the Coast range, which, in Yukon, passes behind the St. Elias range and for the remainder of its course constitutes the most easterly portion of the Coastal system.
Keywords: chalcopyrite, native copper, quartz, tributary, Yukon river, copper, Gold, minerals, Ore, Ores, Valley, Yukon
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