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- -59f,. r , ,krcI .?,,Ar-rff' - 1 2-'CrLITHOLOGIC LOGiProject:McCoyHole:25-9Jt5776Date Dri 1 led 26/3/81 thru 3/5/81Location: WSW Sec,9 T22N R40EMethod: rotary/air/'and/or mudGeologist:Gama:Elevation:Depth (Avery2Description0- 1 5 'Overburden: Edwards Creek tuff float, and Triassic basalconglomerate float in mud-silt-sand.15- 65'Triassic basal conglomerate (Trc) : Strongly cementedsub-rounded to subangular gravel and pebble size clastsof brown, reddish brown, red, gray and green chert; whitegray and brown quartzite. Cement is Si02, with muchiron staining along clast edges, in fractures, and incement itself. Few bqtrlder-size clasts ofchert/quartzite.65- 75'Same as above, with addition of rounded reddish-purplef .c. quartzite, and yellow-brown chert fragments.75- 85'Same as above, with appearance of reddish brown, finelycrushed siltstone making up approximately 20-30 % oftotal sample.85- 95'Same as 15'-65', with quartzite clasts 80% o f total.rounded chert pebbles lo% of total.reddish-brown siltstone IO# o f total.95-125'Same as above, but siltstone now 30-40% of total.125- 155 'Same Trc, with appearance of buff (orange-gray) sspebbles, and reddish-buff silt-st. pebbles (bothwe1 1-rounded/rounded) new materi a1 25-35% of total.155-21 5 'Trc with finely crushed, orange-gray si 1 ty sand-st.making up between 20% and 55% o f total sample in thisinterval Rounded-subrounded pebbles (chert/quartzite)still constitute up to 80% of total.215-225 'Same as above.225-245 'Trc with 80% white qtzite/qtzite conglomerate that isdensely cemented, 1.g. qtzite with gravel-size,subangular clasts. Iron staining on fracture faces, andsome hydrous copper oxide coatings on some fragments(qtzite retains sedimentary features as opposed to olderquartzites such as Valmy, etc.).-Silty ss 20% of total now.

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8ELITHOLOGIC LOGProject: McCoyHole:25-9 .dEl evat ion :Date Drilled:Locat ion :Method :Geol ogi st:AveryGamma:Descri p t i on245-260Gray-orange sand-st./silty sand-st. conglomerate similarto 155-215' interval.260-300Trc (as before) with iron stained gravel-pebbleconglomerate. Addition of a few 1 imestone pebble-sizefragments (angular). Some larger fragments ofconglomerate (chert-quartzite) i n last 20'.300-320Chert Tr conglomerate (60-40%), orange gray silty ss(as in 2t5-26O1) (40-60%).320-330'90% chert pebble conglomerate (Trc). One clast showsFeS2, CuFeS2 mineralization (as granular coating onpebble and as stringer vein through pebble).330-350Trc with orange-Gray silty ss as in 300-320'. Fercentof silty ss drops from 50% to 20% over this interval.350-36080% qtrite chertlqttite pebble conglomerate:360-390Same as 330-350'390-41 090% gravel -pebbl e-bou 1der chert/qtzi te conglomerate:(Trc), IO% silty SS.410-420Gravel size chert/qttite conglomerate with qtzite (35%):(Trc 1420-440Gray-orange silty ss (35%) I chert/qtzite conglomerate(65%): (Trc)440-450Same Trc conglomerate with CuFeSp, bornite, pyritemineralization as granular fracture f i 1 1 ings, coatings,stringers in pebbles o f qtzite. Few green/red bandedchert clasts,450-500Trc (as before) with up to 50% orange-gray ss sand.(m.g., subrounded grains). Purple color to someconglomerate fragments. Color of ss becomes darkerthroughout interval.(Trc).

% .LITHOLOGIC LOGProject: McCoyHole: 25-9fElevation :Date Drilled:Location:Met hod :Geol ogi st :Gama:3-. .Depth (.;500-560DescriptionTrc (as before but now all gravel size subrounded tosubangular clasts of chert and quartzite with 20-60%orange-gray si 1 ty sandstone).560-580Trc as before but now 70% quartzite; 20% silty-ss; 10%chert gravels and pebbles.580-6 20Trc as before but no orange-gray silty ss.620-640Trc as before with 5-30% silty ss.640-650Trc pebble conglomerate (chert & quartzite about30-50%)650-720720-730.Trc chert, quartzite, and dark brown to reddish brownsilicified siltstone gvavels and pebbles, rounded toangular, with varying ratios of up to 40% siltstone, 60%quartzite.'90% reddish dk. brown silicified siltstone.(Trc 110% gravels730-760 'Tr silicified siltstone as above with asi tstone/chert gravel conglomerate in a siltstone matrix(up to 70% matrix)760-780'Trc chertlqtzite pebble-gravel conglomerate withs i 1 tstone7 80-7 90 'frc as above w/20% silt-st. pebbles. Pyrite andchalcopyrite? As granular fracture fillings, coatings.F.Quartzite: v.f.g. w/distinct black grains in otherwisewhite quartzite w/blebs or nodules of black, sulf ide-richsilicified siltstone.800-820 'Trc chert/qtzite pebb le-gravel conglomerate w/minorpyrite (granular)820-840 'Trc as before but no mineralization.

e?-LITHOLOGIC LOG*Hole:'25-9Elevation :Date Drilled:Locat ion :Nethod:Geologist: AverYGama:Depth(*% .Des cri p t on.C840-850'Trc as before with 20% brown silicified silt-st'.850-880 'Quartzite: f ,c. to 1 .go, dense, well-cemented (gray).Very minor sulfide mineralization (pyrite) as before.frc880-900'30% quartzite as above, 60% dk. gray, dense, silicifedsilt-st. Slight effervescence in dilute HCI, with minorsulfide mineralization as granular coatings and instringers. Very few chips of gray 1s with dk. graysilt-st. inclusions (silt-st. slightly calcareous)'.900-920'-20% gray Ls, (hardness 2 1/2); 30% gray-dk. graycalcareous silt-st., (hardness Z 1/2-3); gray-lt. graycalcareous ss (hardnessc4 1/2) and a f.c. silty ss makeup 50% of total. Trc920-940'As above, with 50% of total sample comprised of dense,940-960'Quartzite, as above with 50% qtzite/chert gravelconglomerate.960-970'30-40% reddish-brown silicified silt-st., some withcalcite stringer veings (H 4 ) )50.60% gray, dense, f.c.quartzite (some brownish-gray) (H 6) and about 10%chert/quartzite gravel conglomerate. Minor sulfides(granular pyrite c-pyrite). Trcgray, non-calcareous quartzite (hardness 6-7).-970-980'90% mottled and banded It. gray v. dk. gray calcareoussilt-st. (H 2 1/2 to 3 1/2). Some fragments have f.c.appearance. Minor sulfides as granular fracturefillings, veinlets? 10% or less silt-st. as before.Trc980-990'80% gray-dk. gray fog-f.c. quartzite w/minor sulfides asbefore. 20% chert/qtzite gravel conglomerate w/minorsulfides as before. Trc

' .P-LITHOLOGIC LOGProject: McCoyHole:25-9El evation :Date Drilled:LocationMet hod :Geologist:G a m a:Descri p t i onDepth ( 990-1090'30090% chert/qt z i te subrounded-sub angul ar grave 1conglomerate with green, gray, brown chert and grayqtzite (as before, Trc) 10-70%. F.g.-f.c.grayquartzite.1090-1 100'40-50% conglomerate as above; 60050% orange-gray sandysilt-st.1100-1200'30-50% greenish gray chert, rounded-angular pebble-gravelsize chips-clasts. 30-50% gray, brownish-gray f .g.qtzite; 10-40% silty ss (orange-gray) Trc.1200-1440'50-95% chert, qtzite, chert/qtzite conglomerate (Trc)5050% buff, orange-gray or It. brown-tansilty ss to sandy ss. Appearance of purple/red-grayqtzite, conglomrate. Trcas before.1440-1460'60-70% tan-1 t brown sandy si1 t-stcong 1 omer ate Trc1460-1540'40 80%gravel-pebble (Trc conglomerate. Mostly v.f.gravels, rounded-angular. 20-60% orange-gray to 1 t.brown silty-ss and sandy silt-st.1540-1600'Choco 1 ate-brown qt zite/chert grave 1 -pebb 1 e cong 1 omerate(60% of total). Brown silty-ss, orange-gray sandy ss(40%).30-40% gravel,T1600-1620'80-100% chert/qtzite conglomerate w/bedded chert (angularchert clasts 40%).1620-1640 '50% reddish-purple, si1 icif fed, subrounded to roundedsilt-st. pebbles and finely crushed silt-st. containinglarge angular quartz phenocrysts. Many pebbles aregraywacke (claylsilt-st. matrix with quartz phenocrystssee sample:). 30-40% Trc conglomerate as before. 2 y i greens h qtzite and chert. HavallahFormat ion.-.1640-1650 'Fault zone: about 2% of total is greenish-white, soft(H 2), w/greasy feel, spl intery soapstone (tal 1 and/orother clay minerals). Does not expand when heated. 40%

h\*.LITHOLOGIC LOGHole:25-9Elevation :Date Dri 1 1 ed :Location :Met hod :Geologist:Gama:-3;Depth (. 1Descri pt i ontbrown, It, brown, red-brown, white, gray v.f.g. qttite.58% ( 1) red-purple silicified siltstone conglomerate orfault breccia with very angular clasts of chert, qtrite,and silt-st, Many have calcite veins, caps. Calciteshows stress in curved cleavage faces.1650-1660As above, but no clay minerals present. Few pebbles ofgraywacke with micaceous flakes (muscovite) , Appearanceof green/lime-green chert w/iron staining (PPh?)(Note: basal Trc unit mapped east of 864-90 containssi 1 tstones and conglomerates with identical micaceousf 1 akes).1660-1690As above (1640-1660), but increasing amount o f green,green w/red iron stains on micro-fractures chert (20-75%of total). Fault breccia still present (1040%). Verylittle graywacke (PPh)16go- 1 740As above with 30-60% green, gray, dk. green chert.20-30% silty graywacke which is now slightly calcareousand has pheocrysts of qtrite (no micaceous flakes).0-10% brown qtzite (f.g.).1740-175CNo sample.1750-188C40-80% green-gray chert as angular gravel size chips.1545% reddish brown-purple silicified siltstone gravelsize chips. 5-30% gray brown quartzite gravel sizechips (Pph) 5-30% graywacke (calcareous w/SiO2phenocrysts not micaceous).-1880-2OOC80-90% chert and dark purple/brown silicified silt-st.;10-20% buff to gray quartzite; occasional rock fragmentsof Trc chert gravel-pebble conglomerate from upholevery iron-stained.-(Note: Both the chert (green, lime-green, dk. green ironstained on micro-fractures green) and the si1 icif iedsilt-st. (dark reddish-purple brown to reddish orange togray-orange) were mapped as outcrops and low "rubble"hills 1-2 miles east of 25-9 and 1-3 miles east of864-90. Hand samples of these PP Havallah sequence rocksare available see Avery's rock collection!).-

-.bLITHOLOGIC LOGProject: 864Hole:38-9Elevation: 5169Date Drilled:Location: SESW Sec 9 T23NR40EMethod:Geologist:Gamma :Depth (AverY10-15'15-25'16/4/81 thru 9/5/81rotary/airDescri p ti onOrange-gray silty sandstone, partly silicified,alteration (clay) present, brecciated and containingiron veinlets and staining (50%). Chert-gray/pebble(Trc) conglomerate in silica matrix. Iron-stained.Broken, brecciated, altered (clay) Trc? siliclfiedsilt-st., sandstone, chert congl. Drillers (PatEdwards) say that rock is fractured, poor drilling.Iron-st ai ned.25-45 '3040% o f original roGk (Ls?) is totally replaced withsilica. Some Trc conglomerate ( 5%). 50-70% brown,white, gray F-m.g. quartzite,45-5 5 ISame. Chips are smaller. Some chert. Stronglyiron-stained formation. 20% silty sandstone of anorange-gray color.55-65 'As above, with 50% Trc chert/qtsite silica cementedconglomerate and 5-45% si 1 ty-sandstone o f orange-graycolor.65-75 'As above, with 20-60% conglomerate and coarsesandstone. Very iron-stained.As above, w/clay alteration -and brecciated conglomerate,chert. Fault?85-1 15'Same as 65-75'.115-135 '85% chert/qtzi te gravel -pebb 1 e conglomerate. 10%orange-gray si lty-ss matrix of conglomerate? 5%gray-white m.g. qtzite.135- 155 'Very si 1 icified conglomerate as above w/fault breccia &silic. Ls? original rock totally replaced withsilica. Very iron-stained. One fragment withcinnabar. 5920% silty ss, 20% quartzite.155-175'Same as above, but now all silicified rock (Ls?) noconglomerate, some breccia. Another cinnabar fragment.Iron-stained. Silty ss e 10%.175- 185 'Same as above with 30% f-mg.--,yhite-buff qtzite.

.e.,ILITHOLOGIC LOGa64Project :Hole:38-9Elevation :Date Drilled:Locat ion :Method:Geol ogi st :GamaDesc ri pti onDepth (185-215'Appearance of tan, buff, brown and orange white-grayF.M.G. qttite. Many chips have black spotty appearancedue to pheonocrysts (coarse sand grains). H 7.60080%total (congl., silicified congl. Ls 20-40%).ss. 40% above. (silty-ss too).215-225'60% orange-gray F.M.G.225-235 'As above, but235-245 'Same as above.245-255 'Same as above.255-265 'Same as above. 80% ss.265-275'Same as above. Some of ss is stained a flamingopink-red. Mercury?275-285 'ss is siltier, and is sometimes a silty sscongl. with gravel size clasts of chert, 5% red silt st(silicified). 5s is orange-gray to It. brown.50% ss, ss congl.50% tan-gray fg-mg qttite (H 9)*50% congl./silicifiedLS.285-29580% gravel-pebble congl. in orange-gray silic. siltyss. Maxtrix.295-307 '50% gravel-pebble congl in orange-gray si 1 ic. si 1 ty ssor si 1 ic if Sed.50% qtzite, brown-orange gray interbedded w/reddishbrown silt. st.Red siltstone w/thin interbeds, laminae of tan qttite asabove. 5% green chert angular chips. (PPh).As above with 40-50% red siltst (silic). 30-35%tan-orange qtzite.15-20% green chert.(PPh).330-340 '60% gray silicified Ls. No effervescence in acid.Grain size is too small to see w/hand lens and silt.effervescence when scratched. 40% orange gray-brown ss.340-350'60-70% orange-gray-brown silty ss.above.30-40% gray ss as

-. .*LITHOLOGIC LOGProject :Hole:86438-9Elevation:Date Drilled:Locat ion:Met hod :Geologist :Gamma:Descri pti onDepth (350-36C40% interbedded, thinly bedded orange-gray-brown siltyss. 60% gray-dk. gray chert gravel highly silicifiedcongl w/rounded-angular chasts.360-370Same as above,but was 80% congl. Very tightlysi1 icified clasts i8melted8vinto each other.370-38070% very si1 icified conglomerate. 30% brown-orange-graysilty ss. Looks like trc. Two chips have cinnabarxls.380-390Same as above but now 70% orange-gray silty ss.congl.390-40090% orange-gray to brown silty ss; & ss (f-mg), 10%conglomerate.400-41090% iron-stained, gray silicified Ls, silty ss,orange-gray, 10% conglomerate.410-42050% orange-gray ss (fg), 50% dense, gray silicified Lsor calcareous silt-st.420-43080% dense, gray silic. calc. siltst. or Ls.430-440'30%Dense gray-dk. gray (bedded) siltst and day st, (H"4). Some is silicified. Few qtt. w/sulfide picas.440-450 ISame as above.450-460 'Brown, brownish green-gray siltst. silty 5s.Orange-gray too.460-470Brown, brownish green-gray si 1 tst. si 1 ty ss.Orange-gray too.470-480'Brown appearance of red silic. siltst.480-490Brown, brown, brownish green-gray siltst. silty ss, butsome iron-stained silty ss. Some of it is conglometric.490-500 '500-510'IIII0nI1I1Gray f.g. ss, silty ss, clayst. siltst. (silicified)fractured, i ron-st ained.

-**-.r :,. .-1.LITHOLOGIC LOGProject:864Hole:38-9El evat i on:Date Dri 11 ed :Locat ion :Method:Geol ogi st:Gamma:Descri p t i onDepth (510-520'Same as above, but now 50% gravel chert silicified congl.520-530'60% gray fg ss, silic. siltstone is gray-reddishgray-silic claystone is white-greenish gray while 40%cong 1.530-540 'Dk. gray chert/qtzite gravel congl. Very dense.Silicified. Sulfides occur as granular fracturefillings, coatings, pyrite, c/pyrite, others. Mostclasts are we1 l-rounded to subrounded.540-550'L t . gray550-560'Gray-brownish gray fg qtzite (95%) red silicified silt.st. (5%)560-578*Gray-brownish gray fg qttite (60%) red silicified silt.st. (40%)570-580'Gray-brownish gray fg qttite (95%) red silicified silt.st. (5%)580-590'Gray-dk. gray chert and qtzite (Fe) sulfides (minor).590-600'Gray, thinly bedded v f g qtzite, some silica silt. st.,v. minor chert, sulfides (v. minor).600-610'Gray-red silicified siltstone, ss, and claystone.610-620'Gray-brownish gray fg-vf qtzite, some silica silt, st.,chert ( v . minor sulfides620-6 30 'Gray-dk. gray qtzite (fg), chert, and qtzite (chertcongl. sulfides).630-6 40 'Same but 'mostly conglomerate (chert/qtziterounded-angul ar pebbles)640-650'Same as 600-620650-660 '95% red silicified silt. st., qtzite (fg)660-670'85%'II'I'I1670-680'60%I'IIUI'- gray fg quartzite.3.- congl. w/sulfides interval 6.

-.--. . . LITHOLOGIC LOG5Project:Hole:86438-9El evati on :Date Dri 1 1 ed :Location :Method :Geol ogi st :Gama :Descrip ti onDepth (680-690'Same as 600-610', mostly gray chert, qtzite (fg) 10-15%red silt. st.690-700ISame as 600-610' with gray qtzite, green-gray chert, andchert ame as 600-610'730-740'Gray silicified siltstone ss, greenish gray chert,iron-stain ing740-750'Brownish gray qttite, red silt. st., chert qtzite congl.(20%)750-760'Cong., chert, qtzite, 15% red silic. silt. st.760-770'Chert, qtzite, congl., minor sulfides.770-780'Chert, qtzite, congl780-790'Same as 750-760' 10% silt. '850-860'860-870'870-880'1'., minor sulfides.mostly qtzlte.(II'It w/buffqtzite, green chert, gray-brownqtzite, red silt. st. (5%).Same as above.Chert, congl'I'I.Chert, conglI'No buff.some minor sulfides., red silt. st. (30-40%).I1'I(40-50%).Chert, congl., buff iron-stained qtzite (25%)III'11I'(40%) w/orangegray ss cong. (30%).

--.-.,.I .LITHOLOGIC LOGProject:Hole:L86438-9El evat ion :Date Dri 1 led:Locat ion:Met hod :Geologist :Gama:Depth (Description.880-890Green-gray chert congl890-900'Mostly brownish-gray chert. 30% congl.900-910IHI111.11910-920Chert, congl. 50-56920-930'as in 890-900.930-950Clear, brown, green chert, gray-brown fg ss minorsu I f ides w/FeS930-940'Gray, brown-gray, dk. gray chert, qtzite; minor sulfides.940-950'Gray, brown-gray, with some red chert. Minor sulfides.950-960'Same as above.960-970Same as above 5% red sulfides (minor pyrite).970-980I1980-990'11990-1000'11I1" red chertcongl 20% and/or breccia.w.I111'II1'20% sil. red silt. st. 5%,1000-1010Same as above, 10% sulfides, congl. 20% and/or breccia.1010-1020'Same, no red chert, mostly grayish chert, sulfides,and/or breccia.1020- 1030'HI111111030-10401040-1050 '1050-1060'Mostly cong. (green chert, gray-brown qtzite pebbles,gravels). Suf ides.

,'r.':LITHOLOGIC LOG'Project:864Hole:38-9#Elevation :Date Drilled:Locat ion :Met hod :Geol ogi st :Gamma :Depth ( )Description1060-1070Same but more alteration, breccia.sulfides less,1070-1080'Mostly green-gray chert, & brown chert w/ congl.,sulfides.108031090'Iron-stained chert, qtzite, very little sulfides.1090-1100'1100-11 10'Iron-stained chert, qttite, very little sulfides.1110-1120'Gray-brown-green chert qttite, minor sulfides & conglIron-staining,Iron-stained chert, qttite, very little sulfides.1120- 11 30'1130-1 140'.1140-1150'nI'111150-1160'Same as 1110-1150' minor sulfides.1160-1170'Same as 1110-1150' minor sulfides.1170-1180'Same as 1110-1150'1 180-1190Same as 1110-1150' no sulfides.1190-1200'sulfides.minor sulfides.h brown F.C. qtzite, chert congl, No1200-1210'Same as above.1210-1220'Mostly brown-gray-green chert (90%) No sulfides.1220-1230'Chert, qttite, no sulfides.1230-1240 '1240-1250'1250-1260'.Same as above.

.I. .LITHOLOGIC LOGProject:Ho1 e:86438-9Elevation :Date Drilled:Locat ion:klethod :Geol og i st :Gamma :Depth ( ]Description1260-1270Same as above1270-1280Same as above wfminor sulfides (minor pyrite).1280-1290Same as above.1290-1300Same as above.1300- 1 3 1 0plus, silicified siltst. (red):1310-1320Same as above, no sulfides.1320- 1330Same as above.1330- 1340 'Gray-green chert,orange-gray-brown1 sh-groy-redd i sh-brown qt zite, rsdsilic-Silt. st. and 40-50% chert gravel congl., v. minorsulfides as FeS2.1340-1 350 'As above.1350- 1360'Gray-reddish brown qtzite (60%), gray-green chert (20%),chert congl. (20%).1360-1370'Chert; qtzite1370-1380 '1120% of total.- gray, brown, red, green, yellow, clear.:I:I1:1380-1390'Reddish-brown silicified siltstone, silty-qttite, silt.st. congl. w/some red chert.1 390-1 400'as above, w/ 10% green chert.1400-1 410 'Green chert ( iron-stained), brown qtzite, red si 1 ic.s'ilt, st.1410-1420Dk, gray-green chert, qtzite as above, fault brecciaonly and chert congl., minor sulfide as keS, red siiic.silt. s t .1420-1430'As above, no silt. st.

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