4 edition of Geochemistry of Grenville marble in southeastern Ontario found in the catalog.
Geochemistry of Grenville marble in southeastern Ontario
W. T. Grant
by Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, Mines and Minerals Division, Public Information Centre, Ministry of Natural Resources [distributor] in [Toronto?], Ont, Toronto, Ont
Written in English
|Other titles||Grenville marble in southeastern Ontario.|
|Statement||W.T. Grant, V.C. Papertzian, and P.W. Kingston.|
|Series||Ontario Geological Survey mineral deposits circular,, 28|
|Contributions||Papertzian, V. C., Kingston, P. W.|
|LC Classifications||QE475.M3 G73 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 266 p. :|
|Number of Pages||266|
|LC Control Number||90146522|
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T Grant Unknown Binding. Geochemistry and origin of metasediments in the Haliburton–Madoc area, southeastern Ontario Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 5(6) February with 33 Reads. Grant,WT, Papertzian,VC and Kingston,PW () Geochemistry of Grenville marble in southeastern Ontario.
OGS pp. plusscale map. Anderson,GM and Cermignani,C () Mineralogical constraints on the metasomatic origin of the York River nepheline gneisses, Bancroft, Ontario. GAC/MAC 15, 2, Vancouver. The Loon Lake pluton in the Grenville province of Southeastern Ontario consists of a quartz monzonite rim surrounding a monzonite core containing inclusions of gneiss, gabbro and : Jaroslav Dostal.
These massifs are the exposed roots of the Laurentian Appalachian orogen and contain rocks older than 1 Ga. The New Jersey Highlands shares many common lithologic, structural, tectonic, and metamorphic features with the other massifs, as well as with the Adirondack Mountains in New York State and the Grenville Province of southeastern Canada.
The best assay of grab samples yielded oz/ton Au. A small sphalerite-pyrite occurrence was located on the east side of Green Lake in calcitic marble. Elsewhere pyrite, pyrrhotite, and magnetite occur primarily in paragneiss.
References. Book - Metallogeny of the Grenville Province, southeastern Ontario, P Geology. Province: Grenville Terrane: Bancroft Terrane Geology Comments. 09/24/ (S Hinz) - The regional trend of the rock units is generally to the NE ( degrees to degrees azimuth), dipping to the SE at 20 degrees to 60 degrees.
In southern Ontario, Canada, the Grenville Province consists of multiple terranes representing different arc environments that have been amalgamated at the Laurentian margin and metamorphosed prior to and during the Grenvillian orogeny (– Ma; as defined by Rivers, ; Easton, ; Carr et al., ; Rivers and Corrigan, Cited by: 5.
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PREST, V.K. Quaternary Geology. Kornerupine ± prismatine is present in granulite-facies paragneiss at two locations in the Grenvillian New Jersey Highlands, occurring in an assemblage composed of quartz + biotite + K-feldspar + plagioclase + garnet + Fe-Ti oxides ± sillimanite ± rutile ± graphite.
Estimates of the metamorphic conditions of the host gneiss are ≥ MPa and ~ °C during the Author: Richard A. Volkert. Tonalitic gneisses similar in age and composition to those in the Adirondacks also occur within Grenville inliers in Vermont and nearby areas of the Grenville Province of Ontario and Quebec.
Paleogeographic reconstructions suggest the southeastern margin of the TABB was bounded by the Southern Adirondack by: 2. PRAIRIE RESEARCH INSTITUTE E. Peabody Drive, MC Champaign, IL Phone: Fax: Email us. Volkert, R.A. Constraints from Geochemistry and Field Relationships for the Origin of Kornerupine-Bearing Gneiss from the Grenvillian New Jersey Highlands and Implications for the Source of Boron.
Minerals9, [Google Scholar] Lonker, S.W. An occurrence of grandidierite, kornerupine, and tourmaline in southeastern Ontario, Canada. Late-tectonic granitic pegmatites occur throughout most of the southwestern Grenville Province of Ontario and Quebec. These vary from mineralogically simple (3–4 major phases) to complex (> 4 major phases) pegmatites; the latter are variably enriched in U, Th, Mo, and rare-earth elements (REE) and Zr and by: [Columbite-(Fe)] Ercit, T.S.
() The geochemistry and crystal chemistry of columbite-group minerals from granitic pegmatites, southwestern Grenville Province, Canadian Shield. The Canadian Mineralogist, 32(2),at p 2.
Geological Setting of the Duke Island Complex  The Duke Island Complex is the southernmost of about thirty mafic‐ultramafic intrusions emplaced along the mile length of the Alaskan panhandle. Southeastern Alaska has been divided into six terranes based on their compositional and structural characteristics and the history of accretion on to the North.
GSC paper Ann p Sabina; Joyce, D. () Calcite Vein-Dikes of the Grenville Geological Province, Ontario, Canada. Rocks and Minerals ⓘ Park Mine; Joyce, D. () Calcite Vein-Dikes of the Grenville Geological Province, Ontario, Canada.
Rocks and Minerals ⓘ Turner's Island Mine. Fossils and Geology of Lanark County, Ontario Wilson, G.C. (), Mafic-ultramafic intrusions, base-metal sulphides, and platinum group element potential of the Grenville province of southeastern Ontario: Ontario Geological Survey, Open File Reportpages at pages In a book published in.
Lentz, D.R. Late-tectonic U-Th-Mo-REE skarn and carbonatitic vein-dike systems in the southwestern Grenville Province: a Pegmatite-Related Pneumatolytic Model linked to Marble Melting (limestone syntexis).
In Mineralized Intrusion-Related Skarn Systems (D.R. Lentz ed.). Mineralogical Association of Canada Short Course Vol Stanford–USGS SHRIMP-RG Publications (updated March 2nd, ) * Publications involving Stanford faculty or students † Publications involving USGS employees M.B.
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