Vanadium on the West Coast of British Columbia

CIM Bulletin1944
SOME small vanadium-bearing deposits on the west coast of British Columbia about 100 miles north of Vancouver are of interest for several reasons. They are of a type that is, so far as we know, unique. They are difficult to identify as being vanadiferous so that, unless they are described, other similar deposits could easily pass unrecognized. Furthermore, although none of them has as yet been proven to be of commercial proportions, no good reason is apparent why larger, and therefore valuable, deposits should not occur under similar geological conditions.
Keywords: chalcocite, limestone, quartz, sediment, Vanadium, copper, Deposits, flow, limestone, Materials, quartz, sediments, Vanadium
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