Poison Mountain porphyry copper-gold­ molybdenum deposit, south-central British Columbia

Additonal authors: . Book title: Special Volume 46: Porphyry Deposits of the Northwestern Cordillera of North America. Chapter: Part B. Chapter title:

Special Volume, Vol. SV 46, 1995

Brown, R.

The Poison Mountain Cu-Au-Mo deposit. 90 km north of Lillooet, British Columbia, on the eastern edge of the Coast Plutonic Belt, is jointly hosted by homfelsed Lower Cretaceous con¬tinental Cretaceous sedimentary rocks and Late Paleocene stocks and dikes
Mots Clés: Milling, Porphyry deposits, Mineral exploration, Copper mining, Molybdenum mining