LIST OF I DEPOSIT


Cortesia del Gobierno de BRITISH COLUMBIA. Ministerio de Enegia y Minas

BC Profile Deposit Type Approximate Synonyms
A01 Peat -:- -:-
A02 Lignite Brown coal
A03 Sub-bituminous coal Thermal coal, Black lignite
A04 Bituminous coal Coking coal, Thermal coal
A05 Anthracite Stone coal
B01 Laterite Fe Gossan Fe
B02 Laterite Ni -:- -:-
B03 Laterite-Saprolite Au Eluvial placers
B04 Bauxite Al Lateritic bauxite
B05 Residual kaolin Primary kaolin
B07 Bog Fe, Mn, U, Cu, Au -:- -:-
B08 Surficial U Calcrete U
B09 Karst-hosted Fe, Al, Pb-Zn -:- -:-
B10 Gossan Au-Ag Residual Au; Precious metal gossans
B11 Marl -:- -:-
B12 Sand and Gravel -:- -:-
C01 Surficial placers Placer Au-PGE-Sn-diamond-mag-gar-gems
C02 Buried-channel placers Paleochannel placers
C03 Marine placers Off-shore heavy mineral sediments
C04 Paleoplacer U-Au-PGE-Sn-Ti-diam-mag-gar-zir Quartz pebble conglomerate Au-U
D01 Open-system zeolites -:- -:-
D02 Closed-basin zeolites -:- -:-
D03 Volcanic redbed Cu Basaltic Cu
D04 Basal U -:- -:-
D05 Sandstone U Roll front U, Tabular U
D06 Volcanic-hosted U Epithermal U, Volcanogenic U
D07 Iron oxide breccias & veins PCuAuAgU Olympic Dam type, Kiruna type
E01 Almaden Hg Carbonate-hosted Au-Ag
E02 Carbonate-hosted Cu-Pb-Zn Kipushi Cu-Pb-Zn
E03 Carbonate-hosted disseminated Au-Ag Carlin-type Au, Sediment-hosted micron Au
E04 Sediment-hosted Cu Sediment-hosted stratiform Cu
E05 Sandstone Pb -:- -:-
E06 Bentonite Volcanic clay, Soap clay
E07 Sedimentary kaolin Secondary kaolin
E08 Carbonate-hosted talc Dolomite-hosted talc
E09 Sparry magnesite Veitsch-type, carbonate-hosted magnesite
E10 Carbonate-hosted barite Mississippi Valley-type barite
E11 Carbonate-hosted fluorspar Mississippi Valley-type fluorite
E12 Mississippi Valley-type Pb-Zn Carbonate-hosted Pb-Zn, Appalachian Zn
E13 Irish-type carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb Kootenay Arc-type Zn-Pb, Remac-type
E14 Sedimentary exhalative Zn-Pb-Ag Sedex, Sediment-hosted massive sulphide
E15 Blackbird sediment-hosted Cu-Co Sediment-hosted Cu-Co massive sulphide
E16 Shale-hosted Ni-Zn-Mo-PGE Sediment-hosted Ni
E17 Sediment-hosted barite Bedded barite
F01 Sedimentary Mn -:- -:-
F02 Bedded gypsum Marine evaporite gypsum
F03 Gypsum-hosted sulphur Frasch sulphur
F04* Bedded celestite -:- -:-
F05 Palygorskite Attapulgite
F06 Lacustrine diatomite Diatomaceous earth, Kieselguhr
F07 Upwelling-type phosphate -:- -:-
F08 Warm current-type phosphate -:- -:-
F09 Playa and Alkaline Lake Evaporites Hydromagnesite, Na carbonate lake brines
F10 Lake Superior & Rapitan types iron-formation -:- -:-
F11 Ironstone Minette ores
G01 Algoma-type iron-formation -:- -:-
G02 Volcanogenic Mn -:- -:-
G03 Volcanogenic anhydrite / gypsum -:- -:-
G04 Besshi massive sulphide Cu-Zn Kieslager
G05 Cyprus massive sulphide Cu (Zn) -:- -:-
G06 Noranda / Kuroko massive sulphide Cu-Pb-Zn -:- -:-
G07 Subaqueous hot spring Ag-Au -:- -:-
H01 Travertine Tufa
H02 Hot spring Hg -:- -:-
H03 Hot spring Au-Ag -:- -:-
H04 Epithermal Au-Ag-Cu; high sulphidation Acid-sulphate, qtz-alunite Au, Nansatsu-type
H05 Epithermal Au-Ag; low sulphidation Adularia-sericite epithermal
H06 Epithermal Mn -:- -:-
H07 Sn-Ag veins Polymetallic Sn veins
H08 Alkalic intrusion-associated Au Alkalic intrusion-related Au, Au-Ag-Te veins
H09 Hydrothermal alteration clays-Al-Si Kaolin, Alunite, Siliceous cap, Pyrophyllite
I01 Au-quartz veins Mesothermal, Motherlode, saddle reefs
I02 Intrusion-related Au pyrrhotite veins Subvolcanic shear-hosted gold
I03 Turbidite-hosted Au veins Meguma type
I04 Iron formation-hosted Au Iron formation-hosted gold
I05 Polymetallic veins Ag-Pb-ZnAu Felsic intrusionassociated Ag-Pb-Zb veins
I06 CuAg quartz veins Churchill-type vein Cu
I07 Silica veins -:- -:-
I08 Silica-Hg carbonate -:- -:-
I09 Stibnite veins and disseminations Simple and disseminated Sb deposits
I10 Vein barite -:- -:-
I11 Barite-fluorite veins -:- -:-
I12 W veins Quartz-wolframite veins
I13 Sn veins and greisens -:- -:-
I14 Five-element veins Ni-Co-As-Ag(Bi, U) Ni-Co-native Ag veins, cobalt-type veins
I15 Classical U veins Pitchblende veins, vein uranium
I16 Unconformity-associated U Unconformity-veins, Unconformity U
I17 Cryptocrystalline magnesite veins Bone magnesite, Kraubath-type magnesite
J01 Polymetallic manto Ag-Pb-Zn Polymetallic replacement deposits
J02 Manto and stockwork Sn Replacement Sn, Renison-type
J03 Mn veins and replacements covered by I05 and J01
J04 Sulphide manto Au Au-Ag sulphide mantos
K01 Cu skarns -:- -:-
K02 Pb-Zn skarns -:- -:-
K03 Fe skarns -:- -:-
K04 Au skarns -:- -:-
K05 W skarns -:- -:-
K06 Sn skarns -:- -:-
K07 Mo skarns -:- -:-
K08 Garnet skarns -:- -:-
K09 Wollastonite skarns -:- -:-
L01 Subvolcanic Cu-Ag-Au (As-Sb) Enargite Au, Transitional Au-Ag
L02 Porphyry-related Au Granitoid Au, Porphyry Au
L03 Alkalic porphyry Cu-Au Diorite porphyry copper
L04 Porphyry Cu Mo Au Calcalkaline porphyry
L05 Porphyry Mo (Low F- type) Calcalkaline Mo stockwork
L06 Porphyry Sn Subvolcanic tin
L07 Porphyry W Stockwork W-Mo
L08 Porphyry Mo (Climax-type) Granite molybdenite
M01 Flood Basalt-Associated Ni-Cu Basaltic subvolcanic Cu-Ni-PGE
M02 Tholeiitic intrusion-hosted Ni-Cu Gabbroid-associated Ni-Cu
M03 Podiform chromite -:- -:-
M04 Magmatic Fe-TiV oxide deposits Mafic intrusion-hosted Ti-Fe deposits
M05 Alaskan-type PtOsRhIr Zoned ultramafic, Uralian-type
M06 Ultramafic-hosted asbestos Serpentinite-hosted asbestos
M07 Ultramafic-hosted talc-magnesite -:- -:-
M08 Vermiculite deposits -:- -:-
N01 Carbonatite-hosted deposits
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N02 Kimberlite-hosted diamonds Diamond pipes
N03 Lamproite-hosted diamonds -:- -:-
O01 Rare element pegmatite - LCT family Zoned pegmatite (Lithium-Cesium-Tantalum)
O02 Rare element pegmatite - NYF family Niobium-Yttrium-Fluorine pegmatite
O03 Muscovite pegmatite Mica-bearing pegmatite
O04 Feldspar-quartz pegmatite Barren pegmatite
P01 Andalusite hornfels -:- -:-
P02 Kyanite-sillimanite schists -:- -:-
P03 Microcrystalline graphite Amorphous graphite
P04 Crystalline flake graphite -:- -:-
P05 Vein graphite Lump and chip graphite
P06 Corundum in aluminous metasediments -:- -:-
Q01 Jade -:- -:-
Q02 Rhodonite -:- -:-
Q03 Agate -:- -:-
Q04 Amethyst -:- -:-
Q05 Jasper -:- -:-
Q06 Columbia-type emerald -:- -:-
Q07 Schist-hosted emerald Exometamorphic emerald deposit
Q08 Sediment-hosted opal Australian-type opal
Q09 Gem corundum in contact zones -:- -:-
Q10 Gem corundum hosted by alkalic rocks -:- -:-
Q11 Volcanic-hosted opal -:- -:-
R01 Cement shale -:- -:-
R02 Expanding shale -:- -:-
R03 Dimension stone - granite -:- -:-
R04 Dimension stone - marble -:- -:-
R05 Dimension stone - andesite -:- -:-
R06 Dimension stone - sandstone -:- -:-
R07 Silica sandstone High-silica quartzite
R08 Flagstone -:- -:-
R09 Limestone -:- -:-
R10 Dolomite -:- -:-
R11 Volcanic ash - pumice -:- -:-
R12 Volcanic glass - perlite -:- -:-
R13 Nepheline syenite -:- -:-
R14 Alaskite -:- -:-
R15 Crushed rock Road metal, Riprap, Railroad ballast
S01 Broken Hill type Pb-Zn-AgCu Shuswap-type, Ammeburg-type Pb-Zn

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