Geology of the Quesnel Lake Region, Central British Columbia: Geometry and Implications

@inproceedings{Ross1992GeologyOT,
  title={Geology of the Quesnel Lake Region, Central British Columbia: Geometry and Implications},
  author={John V. Ross and Steve L. Garwin and Peter D. Lewis},
  year={1992}
}
In central British Columbia, the boundary is well exposed between parautochthonous Hadrynian-Paleozoic Snowshoe Group rocks of the craton and Upper Triassic — Lower Jurassic rocks of the allochthonous Quesnellia terrane. The boundary is marked by mylonitic mafic and ultramafic rocks, and is observed to cut across part of a 10 km thick, structurally continuous succession of Snowshoe Group rocks. Above the boundary is a locally broken succession, at least 3 km in present thickness, of phyllites… CONTINUE READING