The Geology of the Averill


The Averill plutonic complex is an informal name given to a suite of alkalic intrusive rocks exposed in the Franklin mining camp 70 kilometres north of Grand Forks, British Columbia (Keep and Russell, 19X8). The complex comprises syenites to pyroxenites and is no youngerthan Eocene in age. The alkaline character of the rocks, the probable age of the… (More)


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@inproceedings{COMPLEX2002TheGO, title={The Geology of the Averill}, author={PLUTONIC COMPLEX and Myra Keep and J K Russell}, year={2002} }