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Proterozoic geology of the Lake Panache-Collins Inlet area, Ontario

Proterozoic geology of the Lake Panache-Collins Inlet area, Ontario

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lake Panache area,
  • Collins Inlet area

  • Edition Notes

    11

    The Physical Object
    Pagination61 p.
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22012670M

    Proterozoic Rocks. Metamorphic units- Several types of metamorphic rocks are found in the range, including quartzo-feldspathic gneiss (figure 3), amphibolitic gneiss, and heavily foliated rocks of granitic, and dioritic metamorphics are strongly banded on both cm and meter scale. The likely protolith of these units is the Union Hills and Alder Groups, which are a series of. # See reference section for full report references * Unpublished data as of REFERENCES (Geofile numbers in blue are hotlinked to their online reports as pdf files)Bailey, D.G., Geology of the Walker Lake - Maclean Lake area (13K\9E, 13J\12), Central Mineral Belt, Labrador. Mineral Development Division, Department of Mines and Energy.

    Geology of the Lake Superior Basin. Suggested Minnesota Science Standards K-5th grade – Physical Science, Matter We are going to act out the history of this area! A long time for us may be 50 or years, but when we think of GEOLOGIC time, we really need to stretch our brains out, way out, to. Physiographic, geologic, and structural settings, found in Chapters , serve as a general review for the geologist and non-geologist alike. Geologic characteristics of the Early Proterozoic crystalline basement, and of stratified and intrusive rocks of the Middle and Late Proterozoic Grand Canyon Supergroup, are summarized in Chapters

    BOOK QUESTIONS. BOOK ANSWERS. Geologic range of the Proterozoic eon? b.y.a to m.y.a. The Proterozoic comprises _____% of Earth's history. A sequence of banded iron formation rocks that are exposed in the Gunflint Range of northern Minnesota and northwestern Ontario along the north shore of Lake Superior. (term) The gunflint chert. These Proterozoic sedimentary rocks, while outcropping over an area extending from southern Montana to southern British Columbia, are most impressively exposed in Waterton/ Glacier. Due to the extreme relief and unexcelled exposures, over 2, meters of stratigraphic thickness is .


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Proterozoic geology of the Lake Panache-Collins Inlet area, Ontario. Ottawa, Canada: Geological Survey of Canada: Canadian Govt. Pub. Centre, Supply and Services Canada [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: M J Frarey.

Get this from a library. Notes to accompany a map of the geology of the Proterozoic rocks of Lake Panache-Collins inlet map-areas, Ontario (41 1/3, H/14).

[M J Frarey; R T Cannon]. About this book Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume Earth climate is uniquely determined at any time by the varied interactions of its components: lithosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, hydrosphere (ocean, lakes and rivers) and cryosphere.

Notes to accompany a map of the Geology of the proterozoic rocks of Lake Panache-collins Inlet map Areas, Ontario [41i/03, 41h/14], Geological Survey of Canada, Paper no. The Rocky Mountain Region has been the subject of continuous, exhaustive scientific work since the first organized geologic trips to the area began in the s.

Despite almost years of scrutiny, the region's magnificent geology continues to challenge, perplex, and astound modern geoscientists. Proterozoic geology of the Lake Panache-Collins Inlet area, M.J.

and Cannon, R.T. () Notes to accompany a map of the geology of the Proterozoic rocks of Lake Panache-Collins Inlet map-areas, Ontario: Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 68–63, 5p. Google Scholar. Frarey, M.J.,Proterozoic Geology of the Lake Panache–Collins Inlet Area, Ontario; Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 83–22, 61p.

Google Scholar Frarey, M.J., and Cannon, R.T.,Notes to Accompany a Map of the Proterozoic Rocks of Lake Panache - Collins Inlet Map-areas, Ontario (/3, H/14) ; Geological Survey of Canada, Paper. Geology of the Camsell River-Conjuror Bay area, early Proterozoicstratovolcanoes, and subvolcanic plutons; Geological Survey of Canada, Paper Geology of Elu Inlet and Melville Sound, Nunavut, Arctic Canada Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Maps 13(2) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Geology and Geochemistry of the Muskoka-Haliburton Study Area D.S. Jeffries and W.R. Snyder Limnology Section Water Resources Branch Ontario Ministry of the Environment P.O. Box 39 Dorset, Ontario PDA lEO Data Report DR 83/2 PREFACE The unpublished Data Report Series is intended as a readily available source of basic data collected for lakes.

Sedimentary Geology, 63 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands Sedimentology of the Lower Huronian Supergroup (Early Proterozoic), Elliot Lake area, Ontario, Canada PHILIP W.

FRALICK 1 and ANDREW D. MIALL 2 1 Department of Geology, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ont. PTB 5E1 (Canada): Department of Geology. Department of Geology, Idaho State University, Pocatello ID Susanne U. Janecke Department of Geology, Utah State University, Logan UT Link, P.K.

and Janecke, S.U.,Geology of East-Central Idaho: Geologic Roadlogs for the Big and Little Lost River, Lemhi, and Salmon River Valleys, in. Studies of lower Proterozoic volcanic rocks in Wisconsin and northern Michigan reveal the existence of two different Penokean-age (about 1, to 1, m.y.

old) geologic terranes. The terranes are in contact along the east-west trending Niagara fault and are confined between Archean craton to the north and progressively younger Proterozoic. Proterozoic Geology of the Southern Rocky Mountains book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(1).

Regional geology of the Sault Ste. Marie area 2. Geology and mineral deposits of the Manitouwadge Lake area, Ontario 3. The relationship of mineralization to the Precambrian stratigraphy, Blind River area, Ontario 4.

Sudbury nickel irruptive tour, Ontario: East Lansing, MI: Bill Hinze. Program, Abstracts, and Guidebook: In P&A volume. The Athabasca Basin has been the scene of an intense exploration effort since the late s, resulting in the establishment of this area as one of the major uranium districts in the Athabasca Group is of Helikian age and unconform-ably overlies metamorphic rocks of Aphebian and Archean age.

Elevation varies from a low of feet ( m) at the junction of the Middle and North Forks of the Flathead River (near the Lake McDonald valley to a high of 10, feet ( m) on Mt. Cleveland. There are 6 peaks o feet ( m) and 32 peaks over feet ( m) found in Glacier National Park. This report updates a report on the Precambrian geology of the Lake Superior region published in Geological Society of America's Decade of North American Geology Volume C-2 () on the Precambrian>conterminous U.S.

Superior and Lake Huron regions to the Grenville front tectonic zone (Sims and others, ). In the Lake Huron area, the Murray fault is considered to be the surface expres­ sion of the GLTZ. T2 Precambrian Geology of Lake Superior Region.

The Grace mine located in the same area (Sims, ) is comparable, but smaller. Numerous showings of mineralized "skarns" in the Lake Huron area, S.C. Ontario, developed in lower Proterozoic limestones at the contact with the Nipissing diabase sill, have been recorded by.

Early proterozoic geology of the Great Lakes region [Unknown] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of California Libraries. It was produced from digital images created through the libraries’ mass digitization efforts.

The digital images were cleaned and prepared for printing through automated .Granitoid plutons are common throughout the late Proterozoic basement complex of north-east Sudan, frequently accounting for 60% of the outcrop. Geological, petrological and isotopic studies indicate that two distinct types of granitic plutonism can be recognized.

An older diorite to granodiorite assemblage was emplaced between c. and Ma and a younger predominantly alkali feldspar.geologic studies of the Tecopa area, most of which concerned exploration for nitrates, borates, and pumicite.

General geology of the Tecopa basin is summarized by Mason () and Noble and Wright (). Detailed geologic maps, atscale, were published for the.