Correlation of granitic rocks, Aylmer Lake area, Northwest Territories.

by Frederick Quilliam Barnes

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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1949.

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Mineralogic contents felsic rock, with predominance of quartz, alkali feldspar and/or feldspathoids: the felsic minerals; these rocks (e.g., granite) are usually light colored, and have low density. mafic rock, with predominance of mafic minerals pyroxenes, olivines and calcic plagioclase; these rocks. As a consequence the lake was maintained at a high level to the very last. Though the full height of the moraines above the rock floor of the valley remains conjectural, it may reasonably be estimated at not more than 60 or 70 feet, for no other moraines in the Yosemite region are known to attain greater height. ing limestone, sandstone, quartzite, granite, and basalt. Rocks that have been transported into an area from far away are called erratics. The glacier that extended into Kansas approximately , years ago is known as one of the Pre-Illinoian glaciations. This map shows the approximate southern limit of the glacier, which carried quartzite.   Analysis of rocks and minerals from the laboratory of the United States Geological survey, to Volume [Clarke, Frank Wigglesworth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Analysis of rocks and minerals from the laboratory of the United States Geological survey, to Volume Author: Frank Wigglesworth Clarke.

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Correlation of granitic rocks, Aylmer Lake area, Northwest Territories. by Frederick Quilliam Barnes Download PDF EPUB FB2

Located about 75 km south of Aylmer Lake in the south- eastern corner of the Slave craton (63 °30’N, °30’W), km northeast of Yellowknife, in the Northwest Ter.

Granitic rocks compose most of the Pirrit Hills, Nash Hills, and Whitmore Mountains, and all of Pagano Nunatak. Mount Woollard is a migmatized complex of biotite schist, amphibolite, pegmatite, and massive biotite granite.

A rhyodacite stock crops out in the Martin by: A GUIDE TO THE MINERAL DEPOSITS OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES 2 The Northwest Territories (NWT) constitutes % of Canada’s total landmass1 and the geology of the NWT spans over four billion years of the earth’s geologic history.

Diamond production became the driving force of the NWT economy following the discovery of mineable reserves in the. LeCheminant, A.N. Proterozoic diabase dyke swarms, Lac de Gras and Aylmer Lake area, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories.

Geological Survey of Canada, Open Filescale 1: Cited by: All bodies intrude Archean granitic rocks and are submerged beneath lakes. The pipe consists of western (W), central (C), and eastern (E) lobes.

The northern lobe intersected in the drill. The anorogenic igneous rocks of Mull consist essentially of a lava pile of predominantly basaltic composition, cut by an intrusive complex.

The basement consists of Precambrian metamorphic rocks of the Moine Series underlain by Lewisian gneiss. The intrusive complex contains a significant proportion of granitic intrusions which can be ascribed to three successive centres of activity, Centres 1.

metasedimentary rocks which have undergone polyphase deformation and metamorphism. Aliyu Ibrahim Kankara, Lecturer I, Federal University DutsinMa, Kastina State, Nigeria. These rocks have been intruded by granitic rocks of Pan-African age.

There is need to examine the origin, attributes and benefits of these rocks in the area. granitic rocks that are potentially related to intrusion-related Au mineralization (Lang and Baker, Aylmer Lake area Blevin, ; Yang et al., ). This report presents the preliminary results of recon-naissance mapping and sampling of granitoid rocks in the Lynn Lake Aylmer Lake area belt (LLGB) and adjacent domains in northwestern Manitoba.

W.K. FysonFabrics and deformation of Archean metasedimentary rocks, Ross Lake—Gordon Lake area, Slave Province, Northwest Territories Can. Earth Sci., 12 (), pp. Google Northwest Territories. book. The most intensive period of sampling occurred during the Daring Lake, Northwest Territories, to Baker Lake, Nunavut portion of the traverse (16–26 April ).

Sample sites were located at least every 1° of longitude. At these sites, we measured snow depth, density, snow water equivalent (SWE), stratigraphy, and grain size. () [email protected] For 35 years, Sambaa K’e has offered world-class fishing on Trout Lake just north of the Northwest Territories-British Columbia border.

The study areas, Lichen Hills and Outback Nunatak are located in the Northern Victoria Land which is close to Pacific Ocean side of Transantarctic Mountain (TAM), Antarctica. According to the study of Zeller and Dreschoff (), the radioactivity values of Lichen hills and Frontier Mt.

area in the Victoria Land were very high. To identify the geochemical characteristics of granitic rocks in. Our first potassium-argon age determination was made on a muscovite granite from the Prosperous Lake map area; geologically this rock (K.A) is related to the Moose dyke pegmatite.

Our age determination, m.y., seemed to be in very good agreement with that of SHILLIBEER and RUSSELL () for perthite from the Moose dyke pegmatite ( m. Benjamin Lake map-area lies within the Archaean Slave province of the Canadian Shields.

It is underlain by metamorphosed volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the Yellowknife Group that are tightly folded and have been intruded by a series of granodiorite plutons. Assessment of the relations between metamorphism and intrusion is based mainly on field observations, on the results of a petrographic.

AYLMER LAKE LODGE () [email protected] When you travel to Aylmer Lake Lodge, NWT, you will make footprints in. Margaret Lake Diamonds Inc. Aurora Geosciences Ltd. Technical Report: Margaret Lake Property 45 | P a g e 21 DATE AND SIGNATURE PAGE This report titled “Technical Report, Margaret Lake Property - Northwest Territories, Canada” and dated Ma was prepared by and signed by the following author: _____ Gary Vivian,   LeCheminant, A.N.

Proterozoic diabase dyke swarms; Lac de Gras and Aylmer Lake area, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Open Filescale 1: Google Scholar. Igneous or Granitic Rock Safety Data Sheet According To Federal Register / Vol.

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Rocks carried by rivers also undergo abrasion and become rounded in the process. In fact, most of the igneous and metamorphic rocks in Iowa’s river valleys were originally transported into the general area by glaciers, then eroded from the glacial deposits and moved some additional distance by. GRN grid region: N43W37 A grid 'square' of approximately km x km, part of the Global Reference Network of 19, grid cells covering the Earth.

I spent the following morning catching lake trout, and added a 39 pounder to my tally but by noon the call of the grayling drew us back to the river. This time we worked the area where it spilled into the main lake and I gave my spinning rig a heavy workout.

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Structural analysis of granitic rocks. London: North Oxford Academic, (OCoLC) Correlation of Precambrian Rocks of the Lake Superior Region, United States By G.B. MOREY and W.R. VAN SCHMUS CORRELATION OF PRECAMBRIAN ROCKS OF THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO Edited by JACK E.

HARRISON and ZELL E. PETERMAN U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER F Lithology, distribution, correlation, and. The proposed project is a diamond mine located at Kennady Lake, approximately km northeast of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada (Figs.

2, 3). The diamond-bearing kimberlite deposits contain an indicated resource of about 30 million tonnes (t), which are hosted in three vertical pipes namedHearne, and Tuzo. 79 In porphyritic rocks some of the minerals are present characteristically in large and fairly well formed crystal, or phenocrysts, embedded in the groundmass, or matrix, of smaller grains.

80 H. Turner was the first to use the name El Capitan granite (The Pleistocene geology of the south-central Sierra Nevada, with especial reference to the origin of the Yosemite Valley: California Acad. Tertiary granitic rocks: Geologic age: Probably mostly Eocene; ranges from Miocene to Paleocene The intrusive volcanic rocks near Bumping Lake include hypabyssal dacite, rhyolite, and andesite (Walsh and others, ).

Staatz, M.H.,Quartz Diorite-Quartz Monzonite and Granite Plutons of the Pasayten River Area, Washington. An introduction to rocks and minerals with detailed photos, description and identification information.

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More information, table of. sedimentary rocks (Seal et al., Caron ) of the Kingsclear Group (Fyffe & Fricker ) com-prise the host rocks to the Lake George deposit (Fig. 1b). These rocks are regionally metamorphosed to the greenschist facies and tightly folded into upright to steeply northwest-dipping, northeast-trending, doubly.Grayling in Canada's Northwest Territories.

Author: Frank Ross After battling 50 pound lake trout, stalking the diminutive Arctic grayling might seem like a real yawner, but with a 4-wt fly rod it was a challenge that left me wanting more.The overall surface area of the intrusion is 21 ha, and the majority of it is overlain by the shallow water of Kennady Lake.

The bulk of this multiphase kimberlite body is hypabyssal macrocrystal, and it contains abundant inclusions of the surrounding granitic rock (Rikhotso et al., ). The hypabyssal rock comprises a macrocrystal.