1 edition of Petrology and geochemistry of the Taylor Lake Stock, Superior Province, northwest Ontario found in the catalog.
Petrology and geochemistry of the Taylor Lake Stock, Superior Province, northwest Ontario
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QE 191 P5 1976 thesis|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||99|
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PhD thesis Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz ⓘ Seal Lake alkaline complex (Letitia Lake) ⓘ Slambang Bay; Am Min –, () Northwest Territories ⓘ Lac de Gras. The Superior Province of Ontario constitutes a vast terrain,km 2 in area, that contain numerous rare-element (Li, Cs, Rb, Be, T a, Nb, Ga, Tl.
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The Greer Lake leucogranite is located km east–northeast of Winnipeg, Manitoba, at latitude 50°20′39ʺN, longitude 95°19′W ().The leucogranite and its pegmatite aureole Petrology and geochemistry of the Taylor Lake Stock part of the Cat Lake–Winnipeg River pegmatite field situated in the volcano-plutonic Bird River subprovince of the Superior Province of the Canadian by: Issue 23 - 7 / Certain magmatic titaniferous iron ores and their orgin, part 1; Copper veins on Susie Island, Lake Superior, $ 10 Issue 24 - 4 / A study of the magnetite orebody at Corwall, Pennsylvania; Some covellite-chalcocite relationships, $ 10 THE SOCIETY FOR ORGANIC PETROLOGY NEWSLETTER March ISSN Scenes from TSOP-Halifax, The 15thAnnual Meeting of TSOP, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, JulyCall For Papers.
TSOP Snowbird, Salt Lake City, UT. Zircons commonly preserve primary magmatic oxygen isotope ratios even through high grade metamorphic events unlike quartz which more readily loses its primary δ 18 O value by subsolidus exchange. Intrusive bodies from the Superior Province, Canada have an average δ 18 O(Zircon) of ±‰ (n=59 rocks).
Those from granite–greenstone belts have an average δ 18 Cited by: Bowring, S.A., I.S. Williams, and W. Compston (a). Ga gneisses from the Slave province, Northwest Territories, Canada. The reaction 3 cordiertie = 2 garnet + 4 silliminate + 5 quartz as a geological thermometer in the Poinicon Lake Reigion, Ontario.
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Fyon J A, Breaks F W, Heather K B, Jackson S L, Muir T L, Stott G M, Thurston P C - Metallogeny of metallic mineral deposits in the Superior Province of Ontario (Selected excerpts); in Thurston P C, Williams H R, Sutcliffe R H, Stott G M (Eds), Geology of Ontario Ont. Geol. Surv. Spec. Vol. 4, Part 2 pp, Mäkitie H, Data G, Isabirye E, Mäntärri I, Huhma H, Klausen MB, Pakkenen L, Virransaio P () Petrology, geochronology and emplacement model of the giant Ga arcuate Lake Victoria Dyke Swarm on the margin of a large igneous province in eastern Africa.
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