Borehole Geophysical Logs and Physical Property Tables for Massive Sulphide Deposits in the Cordillera, British Columbia, Including Logs From the Buttle Lake, Chu Chua, Equity Silver, Goldstream, Highland Valley, Lara and Sullivan DepositsMicroform - 1995
This document presents results of a collaborative project on borehole logging in the western Canadian Cordillera. The objective of this project was to improve the effectiveness of geophysical exploration for mineral deposits by obtaining better information on the physical characteristics of the deposits and their host rocks through borehole geophysics. Measurements conducted in several volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits and a porphyry copper deposit included induced polarization, resistivity, self potential, magnetic susceptibility, conductivity, natural gamma, spectral gamma-gamma, temperature, and temperature gradient. The document includes descriptions of the deposits investigated, the logging systems and data processing methods used, detailed physical property data, and the geophysical logs from seven deposits.
Publisher: Ottawa : Natural Resources Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, 1995
Description: 58 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 96-03080