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Sediment-hosted base metal deposits of the Wollaston Domain, northern Saskatchewan

Sediment-hosted base metal deposits of the Wollaston Domain, northern Saskatchewan

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Published by Saskatchewan Energy and Mines in Regina .
Written in English

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  • Ore deposits - Saskatchewan - Wollaston Domain

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    The Physical Object
    Pagination108 p.
    Number of Pages108
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22032663M

    TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF, AND RESULTS Saskatchewan which is road accessible from La Ronge and is linked to southern Saskatchewan ’s, the northeastern extension of the Wollaston Domain in Manitoba was the focus of limited sustained exploration. Several companies were active in the area, with prospecting. @article{osti_, title = {Geology, mineralogy, and chemistry of sediment-hosted clastic massive sulfides in shallow cores, Middle Valley, northern Juan de Fuca Ridge}, author = {Goodfellow, W D and Franklin, J M}, abstractNote = {Middle Valley is a sediment-covered rift near the northern end of Juan de Fuca Ridge. Hydrothermal fluids are presently being discharged at two vent fields.

    of the sediment-hosted Kanmantoo Cu-Au deposit, South Australia: Mineralogical considerations. Ore Geology Reviews, v. 95, p. as a means to fingerprint metamorphosed base metal deposits. Journal of Geochemical P.G., , Metamorphosed Proterozoic Zn-Pb-Ag mineralization in the Foster River area, northern Saskatchewan, Canada. In northern Saskatchewan, granitic pegmatites intruded Early Paleoproterozoic Wollaston Group metasedimentary rocks and interfolded granitoids that unconformably overlie Late Archean gneisses, all of which have been subjected to deformation during the Title: Chief Geologist (, ) at .

    S hort-wave infrared (SWIR) spectroscopy is a well-established technique for mapping mineralogy as well as variations in mineral composition in hydrous and carbonate minerals (e.g., Merry and Pontual, ; Thompson et al., ).The observed changes in mineralogy can be recorded systematically on-site using field portable instruments. The technique allows rapid data collection on large. 2 Saskatchewan Mining Association Energy and Resour20,30 Goal - Awareness: To provide students with an awareness of the nature, technology and products of Saskatchewan's energy and mining industries, asFile Size: KB.


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Sediment-hosted base metal deposits of the Wollaston Domain, northern Saskatchewan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Coombe, W. (): Sediment-hosted base metal deposits of the Wollaston Domain. northern Saskatchewan; Sask. Energy Mines, Rep. p. Delaney. G.D. (): Geological setting of sediment-hosted copper mineralization in the area southwest of Janice Lake, Wollaston Domain; in Summary of Investigations.

The Janice Lake Cu-Ag mineralization in the Wollaston Domain of northern Saskatchewan is hosted Sediment-hosted base metal deposits of the Wollaston Domain a metasedimentary sequence in the upper part of the Wollaston Supergroup of the Trans-Hudson orogen.

The Wollaston Supergroup was deposited between ~ and Ma in a foreland basin setting constructed over Archean basement of the Hearne : José Perelló, Víctor A. Valencia, Paula Cornejo, John Clifford, Alan J. Wilson, Greg Collins.

The Wollaston Domain includes a thick succession of Lower Proterozoic sedimentary rocks that contain some significant base metal occurrences such as sediment–hosted copper in the Janice Lake area as well as lesser known copper occurrences such as Fannon Lake and Tosi, as well as lead-zinc occurrences at Sito Lake1,2.

sediment-hosted base metal deposits of the Wollaston Domain was released by Coombe (). Regional Geological Setting The Burbidge Lake–northern Janice Lake map area is in the east-central margin of the Wollaston Domain, which is bounded by the Needle Falls shear zone to the southeast and by the Wollaston-Mudjatik Transition Zone to the.

The Wollaston Domain includes a thick succession of Lower Proterozoic sedimentary rocks that contain some significant base metal occurrences such as sediment-hosted copper in the Janice Lake area Author: Newsfile Corp.

The presence of sediment-hosted base metal mineraliza- tion in the south-central W ollaston Belt has been known since the early s following exploration in the Foster. Metamorphosed Zn-Pb occurrences (Fable Lake, George, Sito South, Sito Southwest, Sito West, Sito East, Robyn Lake, and Mackie Lake) with high Zn:Pb ratios occur in the Foster RiveCited by: 3.

The Foster River area, northern Saskatchewan, is one of several Pb-Zn and Zn deposits (e.g. George Lake: Mt @ % Zn and % Pb) along the SE margin of. On the basis of tectonic setting and known mineral occurrences, the Wollaston Domain in Manitoba is considered to have good potential for several deposit types, including: sediment-hosted base metal deposits [Broken Hill, Sullivan (SEDEX) and Zambian types], intrusion-associated polymetallic (Cu,Au,U,REE) deposits [IOCG and skarn types], magmatic.

The Wollaston Domain includes a thick succession of Lower Proterozoic sedimentary rocks that contain some significant base metal occurrences such as sediment–hosted copper in the Janice Lake area as well as lesser known copper occurrences such as Fannon Lake and Tosi, as well as lead-zinc occurrences at Sito Lake 1,2.

Sudbury, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - ) - Transition Metals Corp (TSXV: XTM) ("Transition", "the Company") is pleased to announce that it has staked two new properties, collectively cover ha in the Wollaston Basin Copper Belt, northern Saskatchewan.

The Fannon and Tosi properties are located approximately kilometres south of Key Lake (see Fig 1), and about 30 and. Most sand deposits are dominated by quartz, with very little feldspar. Under what weathering and erosion conditions would you expect to find feldspar-rich sand.

What ultimately happens to most of the clay that forms during the hydrolysis of silicate minerals. Why are the slope and the parent materials important factors in soil formation. deposits mined in northern Manitoba. The “black smokers” (tall, chimney-like projections from the ocean floor) associated rocks of the same age have been exposed in northern Saskatchewan, and a few pieces dropped by glaciers have Museum.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Royal. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1 Digestive Physiology and Metabolism in Ruminants: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology, held at Clermont — Ferrand, on 3rd–7th September, Deposits of the reduced-facies subtype (model 30b.1; Cox and others, ), also termed copper- shale or stratiform copper deposits, are hosted by reduced-facies marine or lacustrine rocks such as green, black, or gray shale, siltstone, thinly-laminated tidal facies or reefoid carbonate rocks, and dolomitic shale.

The Paleoproterozoic metasedimentary succession of interest is the Wollaston Group (), which lies along the eastern margin of the Hearne province (Hoffman, ).The Hearne province consists of Archean rocks of the Hearne craton and the overlying supracrustals that were intensely reworked during formation of the – Ga Trans-Hudson Orogen (THO; Fig.

1).Cited by: Dr. Jeff Steadman is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Geochemistry at CODES (Centre for Ore Deposit and Earth Sciences) in the College of Sciences and Engineering (CoSE). which time he studied a series of small base metal showings in high-grade Paleoproterozoic metamorphic rocks of the Wollaston Domain in northern Saskatchewan.

Career. Saskatchewan Mining Association In the soil and rocks near a mineral deposit, higher-than-normal concentrations of metals and other elements often exist. These are known as geochemical anomalies and are more extensive than the actual ore deposit. This makes them somewhat easier to target and locate.

GIS-based 2D prospectivity modelling of three greenfield geological regions of Western Australia, namely, the West Arunta Orogen, West Musgrave Orogen and Gascoyne Province, was implemented for a range of deposit types including orogenic and intrusion-related gold, volcanic sediment-hosted base-metal sulfides, magmatic nickel–copper and magmatic platinum group element sulfides, iron-oxide Cited by: Forum Energy Metals Plans Summer Drilling in the Wollaston Copperbelt, Saskatchewan / @newsfile.

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - ) - Forum Energy Metals Corp. (TSXV: FMC) ("Forum") is pleased to announce that it plans to commence a diamond drill program in July on its Janice Lake sedimentary copper project located in northern Saskatchewan's Wollaston.

Stratigraphic setting of base-metal deposits in the Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick. Geological Association of Canada Field trip Guidebook, p. Lentz, D.R., Examination of dikes in ore-forming systems: analysis of geological, petrochemical, and geotectonic constraints.

Actas Del XVI Congreso Geologico Argentina, LaPlatap. Near the shores of Great Slave Lake, natural sources of heavy metals include gold and base metal deposits, mineralized greenstone belts and sedimentary bedrock, and uraniferous granites.

Potential anthropogenic sources of heavy metals (As, Zn, Pb) include large gold and base metal extraction -processing facilities on the shores of the lake. Six sediment cores were collected on a Cited by: The Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) is a vast sedimentary basin underlying 1, square kilometres (, sq mi) of Western Canada including southwestern Manitoba, southern Saskatchewan, Alberta, northeastern British Columbia and the southwest corner of the Northwest consists of a massive wedge of sedimentary rock extending from the Rocky Mountains in .