Constraints on Fluid Evolution at the Polymetallic Lustdust Porphyry-Skarn-Manto-Vein Prospect, North-Central British Columbia

Abstract

Alpha Gold Corp’s Lustdust Cu-Mo-Au-Zn-Pb-Ag property lies approximately 210 km northwest of Prince George and 35 km northeast of Takla Lake in central British Columbia (Figure 1). It includes a skarn-manto-vein system related to an undeformed Mo-Cu-bearing porphyry body, the Glover Stock (Figure 2). A preliminary U-Pb zircon age of 51-52 Ma (Eocene) has… (More)

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@inproceedings{Ray2001ConstraintsOF, title={Constraints on Fluid Evolution at the Polymetallic Lustdust Porphyry-Skarn-Manto-Vein Prospect, North-Central British Columbia}, author={Gerald. E. Ray}, year={2001} }