|Quadrangle map, 1:250,000-scale||MH|
|Quadrangle map, 1:63,360-scale||A-2|
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|Location and accuracy||This occurrence is about one-third mile southeast of the 1966 terminus of the glacier at the head of the West Fork Chistochina River (see figure 2 of Rose, 1967). It is about 0.6 mile northeast of the center of section 13, T. 20 S., R. 14 E., Fairbanks Meridian, and the location is accurate for the approximate center of a mineralized area.|
The rocks in the vicinity of this occurrence are mainly andesite, notably pyritized (Rose, 1967). Rose mapped these rocks as Chisna Formation of Pennsylvanian to Permian age, but more recently they have been considered to be Tetelna Volcanics or Slana Spur Formation (Richter and Dutro, 1975).The area is not mapped in detail, but Rose (1967) showed two masses of pyritized rock north of a large stock of quartz monzonite and granodiorite. Two stream-sediment samples collected below the pyritized volcanic rocks are markedly anomalous in zinc (620 and 630 parts per million [ppm]), and moderately anomalous in lead (70 and 105 ppm) and have at least background amounts of copper (Rose, 1967).
|Geologic map unit||(-144.963024034435, 63.1865999158504)|
|Age of mineralization||Possibly related to the Pennsylvanian to Permian volcanic rocks or to emplacement of a nearby Mesozoic quartz monzonite pluton.|
|Alteration of deposit||Pyritic.|
|Workings or exploration||There are no reported workings.|
|Indication of production||None|
Richter, D.H., and Dutro, J.T., Jr., 1975, Revision of the type Mankomen Formation (Pennsylvanian and Permian), Eagle Creek area, eastern Alaska Range, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1395-B, p. B1-B25.
|Reporters||W.T. Ellis (Alaska Earth Sciences) and C.C Hawley (Hawley Resource Group)|
|Last report date||6/27/2003|