here to return to the
MineMatch Geochemistry Project Home Page
here to request Anomaly Cluster details
The points plotted are the multi-element
geochemical anomalies whose attributes best match the deposit type
appearing in the map title. The map
can be zoomed using the controls on the left, and panned using the buttons
in the map margin. Resting the mouse on a point brings up its ID,
latitude and longitude. Clicking on a point will bring up hyperlinks to
three MineMatch reports on the anomaly.
Best Match: MineMatch comparison of the target
with the deposit type it matches best (possibly NOT the deposit type under consideration in this map)
Next Match: MineMatch comparison with the next-
best-matching deposit type.
Ranking: MineMatch ranking of the
95 deposit types.
The Best Match and Next Match reports include hyperlinks to BC Geological
Survey reports on all known mineral occurrences which fall within 2.5km of
the multi-element anomaly sampling points. The mineral occurrences
appear as "Instance Associated" attributes in the reports, and the
hyperlinks are in the word "Present", just alongside each occurrence's name.