CORRECTION: Geoscience BC Map 2012-08-1 / BCGS Open File 2012-04: Dease Lake -- Little Tuya River Geology, NTS 104J/ 08 & 07E
April 18, 2012 -It has been brought to our attention that there was an error in the data release "Geoscience BC Map 2012-08-1 / BCGS Open File 2012-04: Dease Lake -- Little Tuya River Geology, NTS 104J/ 08 & 07E." Specifically, the vergence on the King Salmon thrust fault and a splay which confines the Cache Creek rocks was reversed in both the map and data package.
Corrected versions of the PDF map and data package have now been posted to our website and are available for download (https://www.geosciencebc.com/s/Report2012-08.asp). Our apologies for any inconvenience.
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