HAWK Project
Country Canada 
Province British columbia
Close to Prince george
Surface 25 km² / 6,054 acres
Latitude / Longitude 56 N 1 / 125 W 43
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Risk and valuation analysis of the HAWK Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the HAWK Project
Redcorp Ventures Ltd.
Owner: 100%
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The Hawk Property was acquired by Redcorp Ventures Ltd. in late 2001. Redcorp holds a 100% interest in the 7 claims totaling 98 units (2450 ha) which make up the property.
Location of the HAWK Project
The Hawk gold-copper property is located in the Omineca mountains of north central British Columbia, 310 km northwest of the city of Prince George (Figure 1) and lies on NTS map sheet 94C/04. The Hawk Property is easily accessible by vehicle via existing all-weather logging roads from either Mackenzie or Fort St. James.
History of the HAWK Project
The area in the vicinity of the Hawk property was first staked by Amoco Canada in 1972 following a regional exploration program aimed at discovering copper-molybdenum porphyry deposits within the Hogem Batholith. Amoco drilled four holes in 1974, non more...
Geology of the HAWK Project
There are two types of mineralized occurrences at Hawk; structurally controlled gold-silver+/-copper bearing veins and stockworks hosted by both syenite and granite, and disseminated copper bearing zones in syenite. The gold zones have been the focus of most of the past work.
Data last updated on : 1/1/2007
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