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Results of a rock geochemical survey of the Lynn Lake rhyolitic complex
Mark Albert Fredrick Fedikow
|Statement||by M.A.F. Fedikow and K.J. Ferreira.|
|Series||Open file report ;, OF87-6, Open file report (Manitoba. Geological Services Branch) ;, OF87-6.|
|Contributions||Ferreira, K. J.|
|LC Classifications||QE515 .F33 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||90136046|
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Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services, Open File Report OF (more) Geographic Extent. Minimum Latitude Maximum Latitude Minimum Longitude Maximum Longitude; °. Fedikow, M.A.F., Ferreira, K.J. Results of a rock geochemical survey of the Lynn Lake Rhyolitic Complex. Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services, Open File Report OF Summary The White Bull Project area is located in the Cassiar Mtns.
near the junction of the Turnagain and Major Hart Rivers in north-central B.C. The property consists of 24 units covering hectares which are owned by Atna Resources Ltd.
Fieldwork completed in included detailed geological mapping, a rock geochemical survey of the central part of the claims, and a prospecting. Rhyolite is a silica-rich igneous rock found throughout the world.
The rock received its name from German geologist Ferdinand von Richthofen (better known as the Red Baron, a World War I flying ace).The word rhyolite comes from the Greek word rhýax (a stream of lava) with the suffix "-ite" given to rocks.
Rhyolite is similar in composition and appearance to granite, but it forms through a. The upcoming drilling will concentrate on the Reed Lake claim group, the first VMS property acquired by the company in early It is located 50 km SW of the mining community of Snow Lake. Earlier geochemical studies of exhalites and rhyolitic rocks from two holes drilled on.
In the field season, the Keewatin River area—which includes the MacLellan Au-Ag and Lynn Lake Ni-Cu-Co deposits—was targeted for detailed geological mapping at a scale of Geological Survey of Canada CURRENT RESEARCH C25 Preliminary results from the Churchill River–Southern Indian Lake transect, Northern Manitoba Targeted Geoscience Initiative David Corrigan, Ann Therriault, and Nicole M.
Rayner Natural Resources Canada Ressources naturelles Canada ©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, LIMNOLOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL SURVEY OF WILLIAMS LAKE, HUBBARD COUNTY, MINNESOTA By J.
LaBaugh, Q. Qroschen, and T. Winter ABSTRACT A limnological and geochemical survey of Williams Lake, Minnesota, was made in to provide an initial interpretive description of the lake and the contiguous ground-water system.
Request PDF | On Jan 1,C.J. Beaumont-Smith and others published Structural analysis and geochronological studies in the Lynn Lake greenstone belt and its gold-bearing shear zones (NTS 64C Geochemical Results from a Rock Geochemical Survey in the Mount Belknap Caldera Vicinity, Utah Robert E.
Tucker William R. Miller J. Motooka U.S. Geological Survey Follow this and additional works at: Part of the Geochemistry Commons Recommended Citation. Rock, in geology, naturally occurring and coherent aggregate of one or more minerals.
Such aggregates constitute the basic unit of which the solid Earth is composed and typically form recognizable and mappable volumes. Rocks are commonly divided into three major classes according to the processes that resulted in their formation.
These classes are (1) igneous rocks, which have solidified from. Mallard Lake Member. The Mallard Lake Member of the Plateau Rhyolite is defined here to include rhyolite erupted within the Yellowstone caldera after it formed but before the rise within it of its two resurgent structural domes.
The member consists of a single rhyolitic lava flow at least m thick. Recent regional mapping and geochemical data indicate that the Lynn Lake greenstone belt can be subdivided into three different terranes of differing ages, lithologies, and geochemical affinities (i.e., Northern, Southern, and New Fox terranes) (Beaumont-Smith and Böhm,Zwanzig et al., ) ().Patterns of regional deformation and metamorphism can be locally complex, however.
Growth, Enterprise and Trade, Manitoba Geological Survey, p. – DRI Whole-rock and mineral geochemistry as exploration tools for rare-element pegmatite in Manitoba: examples from the Cat Lake–Winnipeg River and Wekusko Lake pegmatite fields (parts of NTS 52L6, 63J13) By T.
Martins and R.L. Linnen Microsoft® Excel® file. A limnological and geochemical survey of Williams Lake, Minnesota, was made in to provide an initial interpretive description of the lake and the contiguous ground-water system.
This survey was made as part of a continuing research program related to the investigation of the interaction of lakes and their contiguous ground-water systems at Williams Lake, Minnesota, as well as other sites. Lynn Lake is a significant historic nickel-copper-cobalt mining area that ceased operation inafter 24 years of continuous production.
Corazon has been active in the Lynn Lake area since and has, for the first time since mine closure inconsolidated the Lynn Lake Mining Centre under the ownership of one company. A Geological Transect Across the Southwestern Peter Lake Domain, Saskatchewan Ralf O.
Maxeiner and Rebecca Hunter 1 Maxeiner, R.O. and Hunter, R. (): A geological transect across the southwestern Peter Lake Domain, Saskatchewan; in Summary of InvestigationsVolume 2, Saskatchewan Geological Survey, Sask.
Industry Resources, Misc. Rep. CD-ROM, Paper. Whole-rock Mg#s (Mg/[Mg+Fe] x ) of all plutonic rocks ranging from olivine gabbros to trondhjemites cover an exceptionally wide range from to (Fig. F12).This Mg# range represents a much wider range of dominantly cumulate magmatic differentiates than exhibited by Atlantis II MORB Mg#s (–) (Johnson and Dick, ).Saskatchewan Geological Survey 4 Summary of InvestigationsVolume 2 b) Results and Implications of Structural Analysis The analysis of structural measurements taken from within the hinge and west limb of the Hidden Lake Syncline indicates the presence of two foliations and a strong stretching lineation.
All measurements in this study are.Waste rock. The waste rock originated from one of Boliden Mineral AB’s Zn-Cu-Au-Ag open pit mines in northern Sweden. The mine is a volcanic-associated massive sulfide ore deposited at the bottom of the sea approximately billion years ago and is part of the so-called Skellefte group (Montelius ).
As previously described, the success of passivation of sulfide surfaces by the.