Geology of the Rocher Deboule RangeMicroform - 1960
The Rocher Deboule Range is one of a number of isolated mountain masses that project north-eastward from the Coast Mountains into the interior plateau area of north central British Columbia. This report presents results of a study carried out between 1951 and 1955 of the geology of the Range. After an introduction covering such matters as the physiography & glacial history of the study area, chapter II describes the geology of the underlying Hazelton Group (Middle Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous), the Rocher Deboule pluton, and the area's other sedimentary & volcanic rocks and dykes. Chapter III reviews folds & faults in the Range. The final chapter describes the nature & origin of mineralized veins found in the area and presents descriptions of mineral properties and three mines that are no longer in production.
Publisher: Victoria : Dept. of Mines & Petroleum Resources, 1960
Description: 78 p. : maps, ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 104-04034