Alkalic intrusion hosted copper-gold mineralization at the Lorraine deposit, north-central British Columbia

Additonal authors: Heah, T.S.; Stanley, C.R.. Book title: Special Volume 46: Porphyry Deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America. Chapter: Part C. Chapter title:

Special Volume, Vol. SV 46, 1995

Bishop, S.T.

The Lorraine property is located in the northern Intermontane Belt, north-central British Columbia. The property is underlain by intrusive rocks of the Duckling Creek Syenite Complex, an Early Jurassic, alkaline phase of the Late Trassic-Early Cretaceous
Keywords: Milling, Porphyry deposits, Mineral exploration, Copper mining, Molybdenum mining