Table 2

Summary of Samples and Apatite Analyses

ClassificationDeposit/locality nameRock samples1AnalysesTotal analyses
Alkalic porphyry Cu-AuDobbin (Alfy), BC459145
Mount Polley (Cariboo-Bell), BC248
Shiko (Red Gold), BC338
Porphyry Cu-AuKemess South (Ron), BC23333
Porphyry-related Cu-Au brecciaWilla (L.1529; Rockland Group), BC13434
Porphyry Cu-MoGibraltar, BC1655
Highmont (Highmont mine), BC126
Highland Valley Copper (Valley), BC17
Lornex (Lornex mine), BC116
Porphyry MoEndako (Endako mine), BC1361
Boss Mountain (Brynnor), BC111
Cassiar Moly, BC124
Brenda (Brenda mine), BC123
IOCG brecciaWernecke, Yukon44444
Kiruna-typeAoshan, China537267
Great Bear (Rainy Lake pluton), NWT113
Durango, Mexico1217
Orogenic Ni-CuJason, BC12828
Orogenic AuCongress (Lou), BC11545
Dentonia (Dentonia mine), BC12
Seabee, Saskatchewan223
Kirkland Lake, Ontario15
Au-Co skarnMinyari, Australia21215
Racine, BC13
Cu skarnLittle Bittle (Little Billy), BC111
Pb-Zn skarnGold Canyon, BC111
W skarnMolly (L.14232; Molybdenite), BC12628
O’Callagham’s, Australia12
Epithermal Au-AgCinola (Specogna/Harmony), BC119
Cripple Creek, Colorado28
Carbonatite29 intrusive complexes worldwide307070
MOR (unmineralized)Southwest Indian Ridge (Atlantis Bank)21952
Mid Atlantic Ridge220
East Pacific Rise313
Intrusive rock (unmineralized)Kirkland Lake, Ontario (pyroxenite, monzonite, and syenites)8160251
Kandaguba, Russia (apatite-calcite-feldspar-biotite ijolite)13
Blu Starr, BC (metamorphosed alkali-feldspar syenite)11
Thiemer Creek pluton, BC (diorites and granodiorites)378
Beaver Cove pluton, BC (diorites and granodiorites)19
OtherFirst Mine Discovery, Madagascar (pegmatite)1230230
  • 1 All samples from mineral deposits are from mineralized zones