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Windy Craggy mine to be scrapped
The British Columbia government"s decision to stop Royal Oak Mines Ltd. development of the Windy Craggy copper-gold mine project was announced. The environmentalists" and mining industry"s positions were discussed.
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Reference: Peter, J.M. (): The Windy Craggy copper-cobalt-gold massive sulphide deposit, Northwestern British Columbia (P). British Columbia Ministry of Energy Mines and Petroleum Resources, Geologica Fieldwork, , Paper , ;. In spring of , following the published plans of Geddes Resources to open North America's largest open-pit copper mine miles up the road from Haines, resident Jim Stanford organized a publ.
Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal. c. One of the first campaigns I worked on as a young environmental lawyer was an effort to protect B.C.'s Tatshenshini River from a proposed open-pit copper mine at Windy Craggy Mountain. The Tat is located in the farthest reaches of northwest B.C., next to the Yukon's Kluane National Park and Alaska's Glacier Bay and Wrangell–St. Elias national.
The proposed Windy Craggy mine at the headwaters of the Tatsenshini River (that eventually flows into Alaska) was so potentially polluting it was finally stopped by the BC Govt to much derision from the Cdn mining industry. A very earthquake prone area, the WC mine was meant to tunnel under a glacier and basically remove the top of a mountain. Environmentalists welcome huge new wilderness preserve next to Alaskan panhandle for hikers and grizzlies.
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The Windy Craggy Cu-Co-Au massive sulfide deposit is located at 59°44' N latitude and °44' W longitude in the extremely rugged and glaciated terrain of the Alsek-Tatshenshini River area of the St. Elias Mountains, in the northwestern corner of British Columbia (Fig.
The deposit crops out on Windy Peak at an elevation of 2, m. The Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources placed a value of $15 billion on metal contained in the Windy Craggy deposit.
Geddes Re-sources’ estimate was $ billion. (These figures are based on the probable and proven reserves without taking into consideration the extensions and indicated reserves of Windy Craggy). The Windy Craggy massive sulphide Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Silver, Zinc deposit is located in the Atlin district of far northwest British Columbia, Canada (#Location: 59° 44' 09" N, ° 44' 37" W).
It lies within the allochthonous Alexander terrane which comprises a thick succession of complexly deformed Proterozoic to Permian basinal and platformal carbonate and clastic rocks with a. issue, with a mine site proposed in British Columbia and a portsite in Alaska.
EXCEPTIONAL ACID MINE DRAINAGE MADE WINDY CRAGGY ENVIRONMENTALLY UNSAFE The Windy Craggy project was the most environmentally hazardous mining project ever proposed in Canada, due to the fact that the ore was on average 35% sulphide.
Exposing this rock to atmosphericFile Size: KB. Conclusion Windy Craggy Mine The mine should be constructed million dollars per two decades Help develop Northern B.C Political the mine would be placed in the middle of a Nature reserve Theirs a high probability of the tailings and the chemicals used with the mine can leach.
-Under Geddes Resources, this company spent $50 million strictly on exploitation. -No one, whether it be company workers or investors, will expect to see their money return to their pockets as this massive copper reserve is now a United Nations World Heritage Site.
-Their access. The proposed Windy Craggy mine development was one of these (BC, CORE, b). Land and resource management planning () Regional plans will be supported by subregional and local plans over time. The idea is to have CORE's re- gional plans be broken down into four or more subre- gional areas (land and resource management plans, LRMPs).
“The killing of the Windy Craggy mine will have repercussions for a mining industry now under siege in our province,” Business in Vancouver columnist David Mitchell predicted in the July This is the location of the Windy Craggy Deposit which has a major commodity of Copper and minor commodities of Cobalt, Gold, and Silver.
It is a massive sulphide Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Silver, Zinc deposit is located in the Atlin district of far northwest British Columbia, Canada.
An access road was constructed on the Tats Glacier and a portal was sunk at the end of the southwest ridge of the.
Torrens Mining Ltd. is considering listing the highly prospective Laloki copper project in Papua New Guinea in with additional investment attraction from exploration potential close to the famed Fosterville gold mine in Victoria, Australia. The company proposed an open pit mine for the top of Windy Craggy followed in a decade by an under- ground mine.
Construction of a km road from the Haines Highway to Windy Craggy would be necessary to provide access to the mine site, and bridges would have to be built over the Tatshenshini River and Tat creek. Tatshenshini-Alsek Park or Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada 9, km 2 (3, sq mi).
It was established in after an intensive campaign by Canadian and American conservation organizations to halt mining exploration and development in the area, and protect the area for its strong natural heritage and biodiversity values.
Proceedings of the 17th Annual British Columbia Mine Reclamation Symposium in Port Hardy, BC, The Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation Qualitative Environmental Risk Assessment Applied to the Proposed Windy Craggy Project Clem A.
Pelletier and Kelvin Dushnisky* Abstract The concept of risk incorporates two predictive aspects: how frequently might an event be expected to. Mine, by Robert McCammon, is one of the top three most frightening books I have read in my entire life. And that's counting the fifty-odd Stephen King, ten-odd Dan Simmons, and twenty-odd Dean Koontz novels I've also completed/5().
News Novem Geddes set for action at big Windy Craggy bet The big but remote Windy Craggy copper-cobalt property of Geddes Resources in northwestern B.C. has attracted a lot of attention over the past few years but, so far, little money for development.
In mid, Geddes Resources Limited of Vancouver pushed for a permit to pulverize the top 2, feet of Windy Craggy then gouge its nub into a mammoth, open-pit mine. This meant excavating a staggering million cubic feet of rock by gnawing 60 million pounds off the mountain daily for fifteen years and piping it as slurry miles to port in Haines.
Windy Craggy deposit, Atlin Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada: A copper-cobalt-gold massive sulphide deposit. Discovered in Located in the Alsek-Tatshenshini River area of the St. Elias Mountains.
The deposit is located in a very remote area and. Please find attached a report by Joan Kuyek entitled “Analysis of Mineral Claims Issues in the Peel Watershed.” The Commission was appointed during the bitter fight over a proposed copper-gold mine, called Windy Craggy on the Tatshenshini River in northern British Columbia.
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Geddes goes for the gold in Windy Craggy program The name Windy Craggy, given to a huge base metals area in a relatively remote part of northwestern B.C., may still be a name to conjure with.
After more than six years of “unremitting effort” that ha. Palmer is hosted by the same Late Triassic volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) belt as the high-grade producing Greens Creek silver-zinc-gold-lead mine, and the giant Mt Windy Craggy copper deposit - a world class environment *.Later on in the book, the Windy Craggy Mine gets another mention, hinting as to which side of the fight that the authors of the guidebook were on during it's early days of ultimately doomed construction.
"The proposed Windy Craggy Mine Project was to be located up Tats Creek and would have opened access to one of the world's largest copper. In Canada, the provincial government of British Columbia is buying out a mine known as Windy Craggy on the ecologically fragile Pacific coast and turning it into a park.