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Record: MDI52F11SW00033

General

Mineral Record Identification
Record Name(s) Boylen South - 1991
Related Record Type Simple
Related Record(s)
Record Status Occurrence
Date Created 2011-Feb-14
Date Last Modified 2022-Jul-12
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Commodities

Primary Commodities: Copper, Nickel



Location

Township or Area: Line Lake Area

Latitude: 49° 35' 9.23"    Longitude: -93° 20' 21.8"

UTM Zone: 15    Easting: 475468.779   Northing: 5492645.965    UTM Datum: NAD83

Resident Geologist District: Kenora

NTS Grid: 52F11SW

Point Location Description: About 52 miles east of Kenora; approx. three mils southwest of Muskeg Bay, Eagle Lake

Location Method: Conversion from MDI

Access Description: The best access to the property is by air from Kenora, Dryden or Eagle Lake air bases or via a water route from Eagle Lake



Exploration History

1956: Aeroelectromagnetic, aeromagnetic, aeroradiometric, ground magnetic and electromagnetic surveys by Falconbridge Nickel Mines Ltd.; 1969: Electromagnetic and geological surveys by M.J. Boylen Engineering Offices. (Kenora Historical File 52F/11SW00024, SMDR #579)


Assessment Work on File

Assessment Work on File
Office File Number Online Assessment File Identifier Online Assessment File Directory
52F/11SW, A-1, Boylen, M.J. (Line Lake) DONATED DONATED

Geology

Province: Superior

Geological Age: Precambrian  



Geology Comments

Feb 14, 2011 (J Bongfelt) - 'The rocks are Precambrian in age. These consist of metavolcanics with thin bands of metasediments, gabbros, and granites. The field relationship of these rocks indicated that metavolcanics are the oldest rocks and are intruded by both gabbros and granites.' (Kenora AF 52F/11SW, A-1, Boylen, Geological Report, p.3)




Lithology Comments

Feb 14, 2011 (J Bongfelt) - ' Several fractures along this zone show concentrations of magnetite ranging from a few inches to a foot wide, but are surficial features. (Sample 16). Lack of exposures in the critical areas make it difficult to assess the potential of this zone. Field observations lead to the belief that the main zone of mineralization pinches and swells and lies under the s-shaped lake and the swamps in the north and south of it.' (Kenora AF 52F/11SW, A-1, Boylen, Geological Report, p.10)




Mineralization

Mineralization and Alteration
Rank Mineral Name Class Economic Mineral Type Alteration Mineral Type Alteration Ranking Alteration Intensity Alteration Style
5BorniteEconomicOre
10ChalcopyriteEconomicOre
15PyriteEconomicOre

Mineralization Comments

Feb 14, 2011 (J Bongfelt) - Claim 44891 - #16: best assays - 0.11% Ni & 0.24% Cu (Kenora AF 52F/11SW, A-1, Boylen, Geological Report, sample record sheet 2)



Mineral Record Details

References

File - Kenora Historical File 52F/11SW00033, Boylen - South

Publication Number: Date: 2011

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Location: Kenora RGP


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