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Alkalic rocks and carbonatites of the James Bay Lowlands

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Published by Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • James Bay Lowlands,
  • Carbonatites - Ontario

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    Pagination75 p.
    Number of Pages75
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22028273M

    JOURNAL 0[ GEOCHEMICAL EXPLORATION ELSEVIER Journal of Geochemical Exploration 53 () The role of petrography and lithogeochemistry in exploration for diamondiferous rocks Roger H. Mitchell Department of Geology, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ont. P7B 5El, Canada Abstract Rock samples obtained during an exploration program may be identified and assessed as to their Cited by: Noel James, Professor of Geology at Queen’s University, Canada, has, for over 40 years focused his research on carbonate sediments and rocks that range from the modern seafloor to the Archean, studying their origin via extensive marine and terrest More about Noel P. James.


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Buy Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: James Bay Lowlands, districts of Cochrane and Kenora (Ontario Geological Survey study). Alkaline Rocks and Carbonatites of the World: Part 1: North and South America Hardcover – July 1, by A. Woolley (Author) See all formats and Alkalic rocks and carbonatites of the James Bay Lowlands book Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Cited by: About this book Describes and provides ready access to the literature for all known occurences of alkaline igneous rocks and carbonates of Africa.

Over occurences are covered from over 40 countries, describing geographical co-ordinates and information of structure, general geology, rock types, petrography, mineralogy, economic aspects and.

Rocks. A basanite is, however, an alkaline rock since it contains modal feldspathoid. Glassy basic rocks can present problems, and the normally accepted limit between basanite and basalt 5 i %s normative nepheline.

The same limit can be used for most alkaline rocks. For potassic rocks to be alkaline, Woolley takes an arbitrary 10% minimum fo2Or KAuthor: M.J. LeB. Buy Geology of Carbonatite-Alkalic Rock Complexes in Ontario: James Bay Lowlands Districts of Cochrane and Kenora by R.

Sage (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : R. Sage. The paper, “Sulphur isotopes in carbonatites and associated silicate rocks from the Superior Province, Canada”, by Farrell et al.

presents new S isotopic data from sulphide mineral separates as well as C-O isotope ratios from both carbonatites and carbonates in silicate rocks from several carbonatite-alkalic complexes in the Superior Cited by: 5. The idea for this book came from one such project funded by the European organisation, INTAS (Grant No ).

The Kola Peninsula, Russia, is one of the outstanding areas in the World for the concentration and Alkalic rocks and carbonatites of the James Bay Lowlands book importance of alkaline rocks.

However, Russian work on the Kola complexes is still relatively. ARCs (Alkaline Alkalic rocks and carbonatites of the James Bay Lowlands book and Carbonatites) are defined by Burke et al. () as consisting of nepheline syenites and their volcanic equivalents (for example: tephrites and phonolites) and : Alan Woolley.

Abstract. Associated rocks from the Seabrook Lake, carbonatite complex in Ontario show an increase in total REE (rare earth element) content and in light REE enrichment in the following order: fenite ≦quartz monzohite ijolite mafic breccia carbonatite (sövite).

Ijolite and carbonatite, which may be comagmatic on the basis Cited by: This text describes and provides ready access to the literature Alkalic rocks and carbonatites of the James Bay Lowlands book all known occurrences of alkaline igneous rocks and carbonatites of Africa.

Over occurrences are described from 40 countries. The descriptions include geographical co-ordinates and information of structure, general geology, rock types, petrography, mineralogy, ages, economic aspects and principal references.

The auriferous zone long known as the “Larder Lake Break” and more recently as the “Larder Lake Exhalite” is here interpreted as an exhalative kimberlitic carbonatite on the basis of its K, Ba, Sr, Mg, Fe, Cr, Ni and Co contents, and by comparison with similar younger by: 5.

The Mountain Pass carbonatite and alkaline rocks lie in a narrow belt of occurrences of alkaline rocks km long. Both the carbonatite and the associated alkaline rocks are chemically and mineralogically unusual.

The mafic members of the Mountain Pass alkaline rock suite belong to Cited by: Not all carbonatites are derived from a single lineage, so immiscibility may operate repeatedly during late fractionation. The final stages of carbonatite evolution (carbonatites and associated silicate rocks develop a LREE-depleted, MREE-enriched by: The Ages of Carbonatite Complexes in Eastern Canada.

James Bay Lowlands (S) diabase dykes (∼ million years; Murthy, ) intruding Grenvillian basement rocks, alkalic and. The Eagle’s Nest Ni-Cu-PGE deposit was discovered in the McFaulds Lake area of the James Bay lowlands of northern Ontario, Canada, in by Noront Resources Ltd.

Other post-Archean intrusions, including carbonatites and related alkalic rocks, are included, some of which are all intrusive rocks within the James Bay and Hudson Bay lowlands (see Stott a, b and c), underlie the Paleozoic cover rocks of the lowlands. Acknowledgements. Upper Cretaceous strata may be represented locally by residual sediments that infill karst depressions developed on carbonatites similar to those in Cargill Township, southwest of Kapuskasing, Ontario.

Positive evidence does not exist for the presence of Mesozoic strata below the waters of Hudson Bay, James Bay, or the Foxe by: 4. Geology of Carbonatite-Alkalic Rock Complexes in Ontario: James Bay Lowlands, Districts of Cochrane and Kenora (Ontario Geological Survey Study,) Geology of the Prince Albert Group in Parts of Walker Lake and Laughland Lake Map Areas, District of (Bulletin).

THESE TERMS GOVERN YOUR USE OF THIS DOCUMENT Your use of this Ontario Geological Survey document (the “Content”) is governed by the terms set out on this page. Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: James Bay Lowlands, districts of Cochrane and Kenora.

The mean carbon isotopio composition of carbonates from 22 selected carbonatite complexes (-l%o, a = -4%oVsPDB) is indistinguishable from that of 13 kimberlite pipes (-7%o, a = '2%o) as well as that of 60 individual diamond analyses (-8%o, s = r8%i>)- The oxygen isotopic compositions of kimberlite carbonates, however, Cited by: Buy a Kindle Kindle eBooks Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More Kindle Book Deals Kindle Singles Newsstand Manage your Kindle content and devices Advanced Search R.

Sage. Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario Killala Lake Alkalic Rock Complex, district of Thunder Bay by R. Sage. Published by Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, Mines and Minerals Division in Toronto, Ont.

Written in EnglishPages: Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario by R. Sage,Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, Mines and Minerals Division edition, in English. Results of regional till sampling in the Chapleau area, northern Ontario.

unknown alkalic rock or carbonatite source in the up-ice direction to the north-northeast. area and from James Bay. kimberlite boulders and related rocks (some of which carry diamonds), have been found associated with other major structural features in the central Superior Craton in the Thunder Bay-Wawa-Kapuskasing areas of northern Ontario.

In the southwestern part of the James Bay Lowlands, there is a large cluster of over circular magnetic anomalies. geology, displaying an arcuate belt of layered rocks approximately km in length. The recent interest in the diamond potential of the James Bay Lowlands has triggered a number of regional-scale geochemical surveys in the area (OFR Spider 3; OFR James Bay), which evaluate heavy mineral geochemistry of stream sediments.

ALKALINE ROCKS AND CARBONATITES OF THE WORLD, PART 3: AFRICA. A.R. Woolley, The Geological Society Publishing House, Bath, U.K. U.S.A. Distributor AAPG Bookstore: [email protected] Hard-back, p.

$ ($85 AAPG members, $65 Geological Society of London members) This is the third book in a four-part series, cataloguing the. Kimberlite AT, discovered in Februaryrepresents the most recent addition to the Attawapiskat kimberlite cluster, located in the James Bay Lowlands of Ontario, Canada.

Author of Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario, Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario, Precambrian geology, The structure, stratigraphy and mineral deposits of the Wawa area, Mineralization in diatreme structures north of Lake Superior, Geology of the Cat Lake - Pickle Lake area, Geology of carbonatite, A compilation of references for.

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A gravity survey of James Bay and its bearing on the Kapuskasing Gneiss Belt, Ontario. Tectonophysics, T The results of a gravity survey of James Bay show that the Kapuskasing Gneiss Belt, which cuts across the Superior province of the Canadian Shield, is terminated abruptly south of Akimiski Island by an easterly extension of the Cited by: 5.

Both discoveries were in surflcial sediments and their source(s) have not beenSelco Exploration Company Ltd. started a heavy-mineral sample program of river gravels in the James Bay Lowlands of Ontario.

This was continued by Canadian Rock Company Ltd. () and the Ontario Division of Mines (). Welcome to the Web site for Origin of Carbonate Sedimentary Rocks. This Web site gives you access to the rich tools and resources available for this text.

On this website you will find: Powerpoints of all figures from the book for downloading; Pdfs of all tables from the book for downloading; Resources are displayed in two ways. kimberlite boulders and related rocks (some of which carry diamonds), have been found associated with other major structural features in the central Superior Craton in the Thunder Bay-Wawa-Kapuskasing areas of northern Ontario.

In the southwestern part of the James Bay Lowlands, there is a large cluster of over circular magnetic Size: 6MB. metavolcanic rocks View GeoRef Thesaurus > Close mobile search navigation Modify Your Advanced Search. Update search Book Chapter (27) Book James Bay Lowlands (1) Lake.

saturation; in some cases aillikites modally grade into carbonatites (Malpas et al., ; Mitchell et al., ; Tappe et al., ). The absence of a wide compositional gap between carbonatites and ailli-kites contrasts with virtually all other known carbonatite–alkaline silicate rock associations; this rather gradational nature has been as.

Rocks and Minerals - A Guide to Minerals, Gems, and Rocks (Golden Nature Guides) Paperback – January 1, James Halifko. out of 5 stars in the late 's and it was an absolute joy for me as a young boy. Reviewed in the United States on Ma /5(24). 1. Xenoliths of ultrabasic, ultramafic, gabbroic or syenitic type occur in Teneriffe: dunites and clino-pyroxenites in the old alkalic basalt formations of Teno and Anaga peninsulas; gabbroic xenoliths in the Pedro Gil region; nepheline-syenite xenoliths in the Las Canadas and Vilaflor regions where intermediate and phonolitic lavas are abundant; ultramafic, clino-pyroxenite and syenitic Cited by: Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

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Pdf (5) Article Type. Facet list. Other James Bay Lowlands (15) Lake Timiskaming (6) Maritime Provinces New Brunswick Gloucester County New Brunswick Aspo Hard Rock Laboratory (1) Norrbotten Sweden.North American download pdf magmatism spans a period of time in excess of 1 billion years from Mesoproterozoic kimberlites in the Lake Superior and James Bay Lowlands region of Ontario to Eocene kimberlites in the Lac de Gras field, N.W.T.

Based on a compilation of more than robust radiometric age determinations, several distinct kimberlite emplacement patterns are by: Its eastern end ebook almost entirely overlain by Paleozoic cover sequences and swamps of the James Bay Lowlands, and is comprised of the Muketei and Butler bi-modal volcanic assemblages, both host to numerous VMS occurrences.

These supracrustal sequences contain multiple mafic to ultramafic sills.