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Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits / K.H. Poulsen [and others]

K.H Poulsen

Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits / K.H. Poulsen [and others]

by K.H Poulsen

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Published by Natural Resources Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold - Canada,
  • Mineral deposits

  • Edition Notes

    11

    SeriesCanada. Geological Survey. Bulletin 540
    The Physical Object
    Pagination106 p.
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22063879M

    General Geology Map of Mining Area, East Arm, Great Slave Lake, Northwestern Territories, Map is handed colored in 5 color to show rocks types found at the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd., several mining sites marked on map showing locations for Cn, Zn, Au, U, Th, Ag, W, Sn, etc., folded map, no date, x 61 cm (14 x. Introduction to Geology and Resources of Gold, and Geochemistry of Gold The Case for Gold An Introduction to Geology and Resources of Gold in the United States By DANIEL R. SHAWE Geochemistry of Gold in Hydrothermal Deposits By SAMUEL B. ROMBERGER U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN GEOLOGY AND RESOURCES OF GOLD IN THE UNITED STATESAuthor: Daniel R. Shawe, Samuel B. Romberger.

    The Donalda gold deposit is an auriferous quartz vein deposit located in the southern part of the Archean Abitibi greenstone belt, Canada ().Unlike most mesothermal lode-type or orogenic gold deposits, where the majority of gold mineralization is hosted in steep quartz ± carbonate veins associated with shear zones (Robert and Brown, a, Robert and Brown, b, Hodgson, , Cited by: 6.   Taylor, B. E. (). Epithermal gold deposits. In W.D. Goodfellow (Ed.), Mineral deposits of Canada: A synthesis of major deposit-types, district metallogeny, the evolution of geological provinces, and exploration methods (pp. –) Geological Association of Canada, Mineral Deposits Division, Special Publication No. 5. Google ScholarCited by: 5.

    Selected Mineral Deposits Producing Mines Gold V Copper-Nickel-PGE Zinc-Copper A Palladium-Platinum Diamond Past-Producing Mines O Gold V Copper-Nickel-PGE Zinc-Copper Silver O Iron Kilometres er Bay Selected Industrial Mineral Deposits o o calcite phosphate talc nepheline lime gypsum salt silica te. M rie U.S.A. Geology (from the Ancient Greek γῆ, gē ("earth") and -λoγία, -logia, ("study of", "discourse")) is an earth science concerned with the solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed, and the processes by which they change over time. Geology can also include the study of the solid features of any terrestrial planet or natural satellite such as Mars or the Moon.


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Geological Classification of Canadian Gold Deposits Paperback – January 1, by K. Poulsen (Author), F. Robert (Author), B Dube (Author), Geological Survey of : K. Poulsen, F. Robert, B Dube. Geological Survey of Canada. Title: Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits / K.H.

Poulsen, F. Robert, and B. Dubé. Series title: Bulletin / Geological Survey of Canada Publication type: Series - View Master Record: Language [English] Format: Electronic: Electronic document: View (PDF, MB). Other. Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits. Responsibility K.H.

Poulsen, F. Robert, and B. Dubé. Language English. Abstract and summary also in French. Imprint Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, Gold ores > Geology > Canada.

Bibliographic information. Publication date Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits. Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Knud Howard Poulsen; F Robert; B Dubé; Geological Survey of Canada.

Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits / K.H. Poulsen, F. Robert, B. Dube. QE A43 NO The impact of climate change on rivers and river processes in. Gold Deposits and Their Geological Classification Robert, F.[1], Poulsen, K.H.[1], and Dubé, B.[2] 1.

Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 2. Geological Survey of Canada, Ste-Foy, Québec, Canada ABSTRACT Classifications of ore deposits provide essential frameworks for designing exploration strategies, evaluating prospects, andFile Size: KB. Gold is a commodity that occurs in Canada in a wide variety of both geological settings and ore deposit types.

Byproduct gold from volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits, nickel-copper deposits, porphyry copper-molybdenum deposits, and the Chibougamau copper deposits accounts for approximately one-third of Canadian resources. is a platform for academics to share research papers. GEOLOGISTS have long noted the close spatial association between gold deposits in greenstone belts and structures such as faults, shear zones, and folds, as reflected by many of the contributions in Newhouse and Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy ().Although there is wide acceptance that structures like shear zones, folds, and boudins are important loci of greenstone gold deposits at.

Mineral Deposits: Types and Geology. Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits. Article. Based on similarities to other orogenic gold deposits, we infer that the Zhengchong.

Card KD, Poulsen KH, Robert F. The Archean Superior Province of the Canadian Shield and its lode gold deposits. In The Geology of Gold Deposits: the Perspective in Edited by R.R.

Keays, W.R.H. Ramsay, and D.I. Groves. Economic Geology Monograph 6: Google by: 8. Greenstone-hosted quartz-carbonate vein deposits; in Mineral Resources of Canada: A Synthesis of Major Deposit-types, District Metallogeny, the Evolution of Geological Provinces, and Exploration.

Canadian geology spans four billion years of Earth history. The oldest rocks are preserved in the stable Archean crustal blocks of which the largest include the Superior, Slave, Hearne and North Atlantic cratons.

These blocks are also the repository for much of Canada’s gold, copper, iron, zinc and diamonds. 2. Hodgson, C. J., MacGeehan, P. J., A review of the geological characteristics of “gold only” deposits in the Superior Province of the Canadian Shield, Geology of Canadian Gold Deposits, Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallogeny Special Pa–Cited by: The so-called `mesothermal' gold deposits occupy a consistent spatial/temporal position (), having formed during deformational processes at convergent plate margins (orogeny) irrespective of whether they are hosted in Archaean or Proterozic greenstone belts or Proterozoic and Phanerozoic sedimentary rock sequences (e.g.

Barley and Groves, ; Kerrich and Cassidy, ).Cited by: Pp. (6), ; 48 color plates of the types and subtypes of mineral deposits, numerous black-and- white illustrations, some are highlighted in red (geological maps, stratigraphic sections, photographs), 1 large folding color map of the mineral deposits in Canada in pocket on rear : R.

(editors) Eckstrand, O. R., Sinclair, W. and Thorpe. THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SEDIMENT-HOSTED GOLD PROJECT By David V. Lefebure, Derek A. Brown and Gerald E. Ray, British Columbia Geological Survey Figure 1.

Map of western North America showing the sedimentary rocks deposited along the ancestral con-tinental margin and the accreted terranes to the west (derived from Poulsen, b). The Slide Mountain. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin AGeological classification of Canadian gold [email protected], which served as a basis for determining which features were to be compiled and presented in the database, and which features were necessary for classification of a Size: 2MB.

At the Canadian Malartic deposit, gold mineralization occurs as fine-grained Poulsen, K H, Robert, F, and Dubé, B.

Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletinpages. Reed, M.H. Calculation. Corriveau, L. and Mumin, H. / EXPLORING FOR IRON OXIDE COPPER-GOLD DEPOSITS: CANADA AND GLOBAL ANALOGUES, Geological Association of Canada Short Course No St.

Johns,pb, pages, - 1 - $. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Gold/Auriferous Deposits can be classified into types for which here is a List of 10 Types of Gold Deposits: Auriferous porphyry dykes, sills, and stocks; Auriferous pegmatites; coarse-grained granitic deposits + albitite.

Carbonatites and carbonatite-related deposits. Auriferous skarn and gold skarn type deposit.Geology and Mineralization at the Milagros Gold Deposit, Central New Mexico (FROM: The Mountain Geologist, Vol.

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