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British Columbia covers a vast segment of the Cordillera Mountain system that is richly endowed with a diversity of resources. Data in each category were compiled independently to provide indicators of mineral potential.

British Columbia covers a vast segment of the Cordillera Mountain system that is richly endowed with a diversity of resources. British Columbia's historic patterns of resource development increasingly have been in conflict with demands for greater environmental protection. The field data were used to develop a widely understood classification of mineral potential. The classification is based on two factors: favorability and degree of confidence. Favorability refers to how field data satisfy criteria for established mineral deposit models.

British Columbia’s landmass encompasses a complex diversity of ecosystems as a result of its diverse physiography, geology and climate. Resource planners and managers, depending upon their management objectives, use ecological information at different scales, from the very broad regional level to the local or site-specific level.

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Are you sure you want to remove An analysis of distribution of mineral occurrences in British Columbia from your list? An analysis of distribution of mineral occurrences in British Columbia. by Alastair J. Sinclair. Published 1978 by Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources in . Written in English. Mines and mineral resources.

1978, Province of British Columbia Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Resources.

Doig formations in British Columbia; Bulletin of Canadian

Doig formations in British Columbia; Bulletin of Canadian. Petroleum Geology, v. 62, no. 3, p. 157–176. Water distribution in unconventional gas reservoirs is a key parameter that influences many aspects of resource exploitation including selecting geographic areas for multiwell development programs, identifying target zones for horizontal wells, calculating reserves, estimating permeability, and understanding variability in gas and water production. Analysis of the shoreface fabrics resulting from bioturbation was studied using arithmetic, harmonic, and geometric numerical modeling and analytical techniques.

Whaling records from British Columbia coastal whaling stations reliably report the positions of 9592 whales killed between 1948 and 1967. We used this positional information and oceanographic data (bathymetry, temperature, and salinity) to predict critical habitat off the coast of British Columbia for sperm (Physeter macrocephalus), sei (Balaenoptera borealis), fin (Balaenoptera physalus), humpback (Megaptera novaeangliae), and blue (Balaenoptera musculus) whales.

British Columbia Geological Survey's publication catalogue. Metal distribution within the area and within individual lodes is of great importance

British Columbia Geological Survey's publication catalogue. It is more Alpine than has previously been recognized in British Columbia and has far-reaching regional implications, although the implications are not considered in this bulletin. Certain details of the structure are believed to be closely related to the emplacement of the Nelson batholith but, as time has prevented study of the batholith itself, the relationship has not been proved. Metal distribution within the area and within individual lodes is of great importance. Factors which might limit the occurrence of ore at depth and which might produce lateral or vertical segregation are vital to considerations of development.

The three groups of deposits have a distinct geogaphical distribution and we have used d-is grouping to study the production statistics. Due to lack of lead iiiotope data, however, only 24 per cent of the deposits could bc assigned to a group.

Cathelineau, . Oliver, . Nieva, . and Garfias, . 1985, Mineralogy and distribution of hydrothermal mineral zones in Los Azufres (Mexico) geothermal field: Geothermics, v. 14, 49-57. Chace, F. 1948, Tin-silver veins of Oruro, Bolivia: Economic Geology, v. 43, p. 333-383, 435-470.

Topoclimate and the distribution of Neoglacial facies in the Indian Peaks section of the Front Range, Colorado, US. Influence of watershed glacier coverage on summer streamflow in British Columbia, Canada.

Topoclimate and the distribution of Neoglacial facies in the Indian Peaks section of the Front Range, Colorado, USA. Arct. Alp. Re. 17(1), 69–78. The Canadian glacier inventory. In Glaciers, Proceedings of Workshop Seminar 1970, 24–25 September 1970, Vancouver, . Ottawa, On. Canadian National Committee for the International Hydrological Decade, 23–30. Satellite image atlas of glaciers of the world – North America.