Mt. Copeland Project
Mt. Copeland
Country Canada 
Province British columbia
Close to Revelstoke
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Mt. Copeland Project
Status Risk : Early discovery
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Mt. Copeland Project
Torch River Resources Ltd.
Owner: 100%
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Location of the Mt. Copeland Project
The Mount Copeland deposit lies within metamorphic rocks flanking the southern margin of Frenchman Cap Dome, 32 kilometers northwest of Revelstoke, British Columbia.
History of the Mt. Copeland Project
During the life of the Mount Copeland mine (1970-1974) almost all production was from these aplite-pegmatite bodies within the syenite gneisses, more specifically the Glacier zone, which was up to 3 meters thick and exposed for 121 meters along a str more...
Geology of the Mt. Copeland Project
The rocks have been metamorphosed and subjected to three phases of deformation. Lenses of syenite pegmatite and syenite aplite are common along the northern border of the nepheline syenite unit, and because of their concentrations of molybdenite, are the focus of economic interest.
Production history
MOLYBDENUM (lbs)2,625,046
Data last updated on : 11/2/2010
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