Anyox location map, showing pendant of volcanic and sedimentary rocks (of probably Triassic?-Jurassic age) surrounded by plutonic rocks of the Coast Range batholith. The inset shows the several massive sulfide lenses that occur in the Anyox area, the largest of which is the Hidden Creek mine. The sulfide lenses occur either at, or within several tens of metres of, the regional contact between footwall mafic volcanic rocks and a hangingwall turbidite-mudstone sequence.





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