|Current site name||Willow Branch of Tozer Creek|
|Geographic coordinates:||-166.7454, 65.50628 (WGS84)|
|Relative position||This prospect is on the south side of the Willow Branch of Tozer Creek in the south-central Teller C-4 quadrangle. Willow Branch is a south tributary to Tozer Creek, a major east tributary to the Don River. Mineralization is along a fault that is about 500 feet south and parallel to Willow Branch at elevations between 440 and 600 feet. This is locality 12 of Cobb and Sainsbury (1972). Cobb (1975) summarized relevant references under the name 'Black Mtn.'.|
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|District name||Port Clarence|
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|USGS||Alaska Resource Data File||ARDF||TE089|
Sainsbury, C.L., and Hamilton, J. C., 1967, Mineralized veins at Black Mountain, western Seward Peninsula, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 575-B, p. B21-B25.
Hudson, T.L., and Arth, J. G., 1983, Tin-granites of Seward Peninsula, Alaska: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 94, p. 768-790.
McDermott, M.M., 1983, Seward Peninsula reconnaissance 1982 geophysical report: Anchorage, Anaconda Minerals Company internal report. 29 p. (Report held by Cook Inlet Region, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.)
McDermott, M.M., 1983, Investigation of the magnetic contact aureoles of the Khotol and Black Mountain granites, Alaska: Anchorage, Alaska, Anaconda Minerals Company internal report (Report held by Cook Inlet Region, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska).
McDermott, M.M., 1983, Seward Peninsula reconnaissance 1982 geophysical report: Anchorage, Anaconda Minerals Company internal report, 29 p. (Report held by Cook Inlet Region, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska.)
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|Deposit||Model Name = Fault-controlled replacement and veining. Possibly tin skarn (14b) or tin vein (15b) model after Cox and Singer (1986).|
|Reporter||10-MAY-98||Travis L. Hudson||Applied Geology|