Petrological and structural study of an Archean basin structure near Kenora, Ontario

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The Lateral Lake Area is located 30 km northeast of Dryden in Echo and Webb Townships in the District of Kenora in northwestern Ontario. The area has been the focus of molybdenum exploration since Most exploration and development has been centered on the Pidgeon Prospect in Echo soundsofgoodnews.com: Paul McCarter. Oct 03,  · Engineers have known about the phenomenon of rock squeeze in Southern Ontario since the early 20 th century. There was a flurry of research in the s and s after tunnels in Thorold and Mississauga experienced serious structural soundsofgoodnews.com isn’t much of a construction issue in Toronto as it is generally very deep (as shown by the black line in the geological cross section above). mineralization) near its base. Maximum PGE abundances of 3 ppm were obtained from the lower part of the mineralized zone. The rock types and sulphide mineralization in the Mayville intrusion are very similar to those developed in the lower parts of ca. Ga anorthositic intrusions in central Ontario (East Bull Lake intrusive suite). the Rochester Basin of Lake Ontario. Bathymetric contours are in meters. The water depths of stations E30 and G32 in Lake Ontario are m and m, respectively. Sediment cores were dated by Pb radiochronology (Eisenreich and others ) tario (Fig. 1) in The water depths at these locations are and m, respectively. A 40 m.

Kenoran orogeny, a Precambrian thermal event on the Canadian Shield that occurred billion years ago (± million years). Rocks affected by the Kenoran event represent some of the oldest rocks in North America and occur in the Superior Province surrounding Hudson Bay on the south and east, the. Preliminary ichnological-sedimentological study from 51 cored wells of the Lower Cretaceous (Early to mid-Albian) Mannville Group (Sparky, Waseca and McLaren Formations) in east-central Saskatchewan and west-central Alberta yield ten recurring facies that reflect conditions of reduced and fluctuating salinity, typical of brackish-water settings. Last month, I joined a Lost Rivers walk within the PATH system. Typically engaged with tracing the routes of buried creeks within Toronto’s topography, the Lost Rivers PATH walk was unique in its investigation of a part of the city so thoroughly urbanized that finding traces of what came before seems absurd. In . @article{osti_, title = {Synergetic study of Silurian-Niagaran pinnacle reef belt around the Michigan Basin for exploration and production of oil and gas. Volumes 1 and 2}, author = {Aminian, K.}, abstractNote = {The Silurian-Niagaran pinnacle reef occur on a belt which encircles the entire Michigan Basin including areas presently covered by the Great Lakes Huron and Michigan.

Dec 01,  · A concordant U–Pb age of ±2 Ma was obtained from titanite, similar to the ages of shoshonitic plutons in the same area. The lamprophyre dikes possess a total range of ε Nd between 0·4±1 and 2·1±1(1σ), and define a distinct field in common with other late Archean shoshonites on an f (Sm/Nd) vs. ε Nd soundsofgoodnews.com by: The Nisku Formation of South Alberta and Northwest Montana: Birth to Burial of an Upper Devonian Barrier-Lagoon Complex. Don L. Kissling. Abstract. The Nisku Formation of the south Alberta and northwest Montana plains and the Birdbear Formation of the U.S. and Canadian Williston Basin are broadly contiguous and correlative, but possess. May 21,  · Uraniferous Lake Sediment Analyses Bolster Potential at Carpenter Lake Property, Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan. Marketwired. targeting favourable geology and structure amenable to near surface. Nov 10,  · Noka Resources Inc. is a junior exploration company with a focus on uranium in the prolific Athabasca Basin of Northern Saskatchewan. Noka's exploration strategy is focused in relatively underexplored areas of the Athabasca Basin Region, targeting favourable geology and structure amenable to near surface, unconformity-style uranium mineralization.

Petrological and structural study of an Archean basin structure near Kenora, Ontario Download PDF EPUB FB2

A collection of geoscience theses available in Ontario Geological Survey-Resident Geologist Libraries in Ontario Developmental Near-Vertical Reflection Seismic Study of the Upper Crust in the Canadian Shield near Kenora: University of Manitoba: soundsofgoodnews.com Petrological and Structural Study of an Archean Basin Structure near Kenora: Geology of the Bee Lake area, district of Kenora, (Ontario.

Dept. of Mines. Geological report) [R Shklanka] on soundsofgoodnews.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying soundsofgoodnews.com: R Shklanka. The petrogenesis of the plutons is discussed in a later paper (Gower et al., in preparation).

The Kenora gneisses are classified in terms of three end-members (Fig. 2): (1) amphibolite; (2) biotite tonalite gneiss; and (3) granitic pegmatoid soundsofgoodnews.com by: A detailed study of the tectonic and petrogenetic history of Archean rocks at Kenora has unravelled a complex deformational/intrusive history.

This is integrated with previous work into a tectonic evolutionary model for the English River Subprovince. The earliest Kenora Area rocks were mafic volcanics, cogenetic sills and minor ultramafic, intermediate and sedimentary soundsofgoodnews.com by: 5.

The Rainy Lake area in northern Minnesota and southwestern, Ontario is a Late Archean ( Ga) granite-greenstone belt within the Wabigoon subprovince of the Canadian Shield.

In Minnesota the rocks include mafic and felsic volcanic rocks, volcaniclastic, chemical sedimentary rocks, and graywacke that are intrucded by coeval gabbro, tonalite, and soundsofgoodnews.com by: 3.

The study area lies along a radiometrically anomalous migmatite belt situated within the Beren's River Block of the Superior Province, northwestern Ontario. This belt trends roughly S-SE between Favourable Lake and Bearhead Lake (see MapFavourable Lake - Beren's Lake Sheet, Geological Compilation Series, Ayres, soundsofgoodnews.com: Randall T.

Gillespie. James, D. et al., Seismic studies of lithospheric structure beneath southern Africa: implications for the formation and evolution of cratons, p.

A High velocity tectospheric roots extend to depths as great as km and perhaps km beneath the undisturbed Archean Kaapvaal craton.

thermal ionization mass spectrometry), combined with structural observations, in the Kenora area and Lake of the W oods greenstone belt show the effects of juxtaposition of these two terranes. Description The Northern Ontario Engineering Geology Terrain Study (NOEGTS) data is from the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry and covers all of Northern Ontario up to latitude 51 degrees.

The data was obtained from reconnaissance level evaluations of near-surface geological conditions, with a view to determine the terrain conditions and the. Kenora History; Kenora Time Line Kenora Before ; Kenora ; Kenora ; Kenora ; Kenora ; Kenora ; Kenora ; Kenora ; Kenora s; Kenora s; Kenora s; Kenora s; Kenora s; Kenora s; Kenora s; Kenora s; Kenora s; First Nations; Early Kenora's Settlers; People of Kenora; First Nations.

OMNR-DM Printed in Canada This report is published by permission of E.G. Pye, Director, Geological Branch, Ontario Division of Mines. Publications of the Ontario Division of. Structural Evolution of the twilight - Mystery Lakes Gneiss Dornes in the Archean Winnipeg River Subprovince. northwest Ontario, Depanment of Geology, Author: Paul M.

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An extensive paleomagnetic study of the Ga Matachewan dyke swarm of the North American Superior Province suggests that the interior of an Archean shield can Author: Henry Halls.

Jun 08,  · In this study, we report major and trace element results, and Nd, Sr, Pb and O isotope data for anorthosites, leucogabbros, gabbros and mafic dykes from the Doré Lake Complex and spatially associated basalts and gabbros of the Obatogamau Formation to assess their petrogenetic origin and geodynamic soundsofgoodnews.com by: A disseminated copper deposit occurs in a lens of Archean felsic schist of probable volcanic origin in the Timmins area of northeastern Ontario.

The Cu-Mo-Au mineralization, alteration, and alteration Cited by: Characterizing the Grade of Metamorphism and Depth of Burial of the Gunflint Formation near Thunder Bay, Ontario: Escher, Philip A Cathodoluminescence Study of the Big Beaver House Carbonatite Complex Kenora, Ontario: Bruce, Katherine The Structure of Archean Metasedimentary and Metavolcanic Rocks Near Max Lake Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Campion, Moira E., "Metamorphic petrology and gravity studies of the Archean English River subprovince, western Superior Province, Manitoba and Ontario, Canada" ().

Author: Moira E. Campion. The Sedimentology and Geochemistry of Banded Iron Formations of the Deloro Assemblage, Bartlett Dome Area, Abitibi Greenstone Belt, Ontario, Canada: Implications for. 38th Annual Report, part 2, / Burwash, E.

and Hurst, M. / GEOLOGY OF THE FORT HOPE GOLD AREA, DISTRICT OF KENORA (Patricia Portion) GEOLOGY OF THE AREA BETWEEN FAVOURABLE LAKE AND SANDY LAKE, DISTRICT OF KENORA, ONTARIO, Toronto, pb,92 pages, 49 illustrations, 8 sketch maps, 3 geologic maps (in pocket), - 3 - $ Username: Password: My favourites lets you save items you like, tag them and group them into collections for your own personal use.

Viewing "My favourites" will open in a new tab. Login here or start a My favourites account. Geological atlas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin / compiled by Grant Mossop and Irina Shetsen. imprint Edmonton: Published jointly by the Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists and the Alberta Research Council in sponsorship association with the Alberta Dept.

of Energy and the Geological Survey of Canada, Structure of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin [Abstract] Wright, G.N.1, McMechan, M.E.2, Holter, M.E ABSTRACT.

The Western Canada Sedimentary Basin contains two major features: 1) a thick western section stretching from Montana to the southern Northwest Territories, and 2) the Williston Basin, centered in North Dakota.

Archean lode gold deposits in Ontario (Ontario Geological Survey miscellaneous paper) Paperback – by A. & J. Fyon & K. Heather & Soussan Marmont & P. Smith & D. Colvine (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Author: A. & J. Fyon & K. Heather & Soussan Marmont & P. Smith & D. Colvine. Mode of emplacement of Archean komatiitic tuffs and flows in the Selkirk Bay area, Melville Peninsula, Nunavut, Canada. breccias contain both ultramafic and mafic clasts generated by synvolcanic faulting and development of a synvolcanic structural basin.

Pre- or post-basin development, komatiitic lavas channelized within the basins to form Cited by: 6. May 05,  · A gravity study of the Coldwell Complex, northwestern Ontario and its petrological significance. Canadian Journal of Earth Kenora, Ontario.

66 WR, Schneider DA, Holm DK, Dodson S, Nelson BK. New insights into the southern margin of the Archean-Proterozoic boundary in the north-central United States based on U-Pb, Sm-Nd Cited by: 7.

Culture and Communications, North Central Region. (Ontario conservation archaeology, north central region report).

Arthurs, D. An aerial reconnaissance of the North Superior Shore, October 2 and 3, Thunder Bay: Ministry of Culture and Communications, North Central Region. (Ontario conservation archaeology, north central region. Evolution of the Western Interior Basin Gac Special Paper, No.

39 Volume 39 of Geological Association of Canada special paper Volume 39 of Geological Association of Canada: Geological Association of Canada special paper Volume 39 of Special Paper - Geological Association of Canada. U–Pb ages constraining structural development of an Archean terrane boundary in the Lake of the Woods area, western Superior Province, Canada, Analysis of the Minnitaki Basin, Northwestern Ontario, Canada.

Journal: GSA Bulletin. Publisher: Attawapiskat Ontario Confederation Lake Fort Hope Ontario Keewatin Ontario Kenora Ontario. Mannville Group and equivalent strata comprise the oldest Cretaceous rocks over most of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (Figs.) and represent a major episode of subsidence and sedimentation following a long period of uplift, exposure and erosion of older strata.

Throughout the text all strata within the generally unconformity.This is an online version of the out-of-print Geological Atlas of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin, as well as digital data and shapefiles for some of the content.

Please see our publications FAQ regarding the contours and map projections.More than 15, line-km of new regional seismic reflection and refraction data in the western Arctic Ocean provide insights into the tectonic and sedimentologic history of Canada Basin, permitting development of new geologic understanding in one of Earth's last frontiers.

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