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The Camsell River–Conjuror Bay Area, Great Bear Lake, N.W.T. Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 9(11) February with 30 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The geology of the McTavish Arm area of Great Bear Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada, is reviewed and a geologic map is presented. The geology of the Labine Point region is described in detail. Intrusive feldspar porphyry bodies are haloed by contact petrology zones in which the lower Echo Bay cherty sediments have been enriched in Ca, Al, Mg and Fe by the development of ferromagnesian.
The Red Lake greenstone belt is situated in northwestern Ontario within the Uchi Subprovince, Superior Province. Most gold deposits therein are associated with major deformation corridors; the east-west oriented “Mine trend” hosts most of the large deposits and the northeast-southwest “East Bay trend” hosts several small deposits and by: 2.
A suite of metallic minerals that occur in the extensive shear zone systems of Giant Yellowknife Gold Mines' property has been studied. The members of this suite appear to have been formed during three separate periods of mineralization from hydrothermal solutions having a magmatic by: Mineralogy of the Lake zone, Thor Lake rare-metals deposit, N.W.T., Canada Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 32(4) February with 90 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Pegmatite Mineralogy: Cross Lake, Great Bear Lake. Richard Gunter Cedarcreek Drive Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada V2R 5K4 [email protected] Abstract: The Cross Lake Pegmatite Field is a complex system of four pegmatite suites.
Two of the suites; the Northern Series. Mckinstryite occurs as late-stage, primary sulfide in the U = Co-Ni-Ag-Bi deposit of the Echo Bay Mine, And geochemistry of Hunter Bay area.
Territories, accompanying niccolite, rammelsbergite, chalcopyrite, bornite, Cited by: 6. THE GRANITE-PORPHYRIES OF GREAT BEAR LAKE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, CANADA [Christopher Riley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Christopher Riley. ) in Great Bear Lake have revealed high levels of diversity in this species (Blackie et al.
; Alfonso ; Chavarie et al. ), to date there has been very little research examining the diversity of petrology in Great Bear Lake. Great Bear Lake, the northernmost in the.
The Ag-Ni-Co-Bi-As-U veins in the Northwest Territories of Canada are hosted by volcano-sedimentary and intrusive rocks of the Great And geochemistry of Hunter Bay area Batholithic Complex. Fluid inclusion data from the gangue minerals of the veins suggest a wide range in salinity and temperature for the hydrothermal fluids.
The salinities of the fluids range from about 15 to 35 wt.% NaCl by: 9. Buy Index to North American geology, paleontology, petrology and mineralogy for the yearsinclusive Volume on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Fred Boughton Weeks.
A swamp in the central part of the map area was traversed in a straight line. No outcrops were found and the contact was inferred with the help of a magnetic survey map (Geological Survey of Canada Aeromagnetic Map G, Charlton Station, ).
At the west end of the map area farming extends ~Author: David J. Good. Great Lakes Res. 6(3) FERROMANGANESE NODULES FROM LAKE ONTARIO (BAY OF QUINTE): MINOR ELEMENT GEOCHEMISTRY W. Fyfe, B. Kronberg, M.
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The rare-earth element (REE) concentrations of the acidic, fresh waters of Colour Lake were analyzed, along with the major solute chemistry, in order to investigate REE Cited by: Lake within the Experimental Lakes Area of north-west Ontario, along with its downstream wetlands, A and B are one such system.
Construction of a dam at the L inflow has completely restricted water flow, reducing and reshaping the watershed, increasing water retention time, and decreasing outflow into the wetlands.
Figure Photograph of the Bear Lake sandur, July 4 Figure Bear Lake watershed; inset: the location of Bear Lake, and its position relative to points of interest on Devon Island.
5 Figure Bathymetric and topographic map of Bear Lake and surroundings. 7 Figure mean monthly rain and snow at recorded at Resolute. A.Y. Jackson, Radium Mine, Great Bear Lake,oil on wood, x cm, National Gallery of Canada.
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Construction of a dam at the L inflow has completely restricted water flow, reducing and reshaping the watershed, increasing water retention time, and decreasing outflow into the wetlands. LibraryThing Review User Review - shoomg - LibraryThing. This is an interesting and informative book about the geology, fossils, and landforms on Manitoulin Island, the largest freshwater island in the world, located at the northern end of Lake Huron in 5/5(1).
Gélinas, B.R. and Hollings, P. Geochemistry of the Balmer and Confederation assemblages at the Laird Lake property and associated gold mineralization, Red Lake greenstone belt, northwestern Ontario; Ontario Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Release—Data Rocks and Minerals for the Collector: Cobalt, Belleterre, Timmins, Ontario, and Quebec Issue 57 of Miscellaneous report, ISSN Volume 57 of Miscellaneous report: Geological Survey of Canada Volume 57 of Rapport divers: Authors: Ann P.
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