Last edited by Shajin
Tuesday, July 21, 2020 | History

1 edition of The Nipissing diabase igneous complex Cobre Lake, Ontario, Canada found in the catalog.

The Nipissing diabase igneous complex Cobre Lake, Ontario, Canada

The Nipissing diabase igneous complex Cobre Lake, Ontario, Canada

  • 174 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published in Aberdeen, Scotland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nipissing diabase igneous complex

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 191 M4 1971 thesis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination74 p.
    Number of Pages74
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22024960M

    A sleigh road has been opened from Charlton on the Timiskaming and Northern Ontario railway to Elk Lake, and thence about 32 miles south-westward to the east shore of Gowganda lake. It is under- GOWGANDA MINING DISTRICT 11 stood that heavy grades make travel somewhat arduous, but the trip from Elk Lake is made easily in a day. Bowhey’s, “West Nipissing Resort” has it all. Northern Pike, Walleye, Muskie, Bass and pan fish fill our lake. Boat rentals, marina and docking a must have for the perfect fishing trip! OH! and the “Exclusive Private Lake Retreat” is a must Stay!

    Nipissing Diabase (1) upper Precambrian Proterozoic Sudbury igneous complex (10) Metamorphism in the Agnew Lake Area, Sudbury District, Ontario, Canada. Journal: GSA Bulletin. Publisher: Geological Society of America. Published: 01 October Elliot Lake Ontario (1) Nipissing District Ontario (3) Strathcona Mine (1) Sudbury Basin (3) Sudbury District Ontario (2) Sudbury igneous complex (4) Sudbury Structure (1).

    The diabase sills are tough igneous rocks that occur as thick layers. In contrast, the sedimentary rocks interlayered with the diabase are riddled with fine fractures and soft minerals and erode easily. Over eons of time, erosion of the soft sedimentary rock undercuts the overlying diabase sill, causing the diabase . Upper-crustal, basement-involved folding in the East Range of the Sudbury Basin, Ontario, inferred from paleomagnetic data and spatial analysis of mafic dykes. M.D. Clark, U. Riller, W.A. Morris. School of Geography and Earth Sciences, McMaster University, Main Street West, Hamilton, ON L8S 4K1, Canada.


Share this book
You might also like
Clinical governance review of South Manchester Primary Care Trust, August 2002.

Clinical governance review of South Manchester Primary Care Trust, August 2002.

microprocessor based immediate alarm system for post-cardiac surgical patients.

microprocessor based immediate alarm system for post-cardiac surgical patients.

International advances in nondestructive testing

International advances in nondestructive testing

A map of misreading

A map of misreading

administration of services to children and youth in New York City.

administration of services to children and youth in New York City.

The whale.

The whale.

Yeatss Golden Dawn

Yeatss Golden Dawn

Common Market and American antitrust

Common Market and American antitrust

9th inning rally

9th inning rally

Authorizing the use of rights-of-way along federal-aid highways

Authorizing the use of rights-of-way along federal-aid highways

œcumenical ideals of the Oxford movement

œcumenical ideals of the Oxford movement

Clinical aspects of iodine metabolism

Clinical aspects of iodine metabolism

The Nipissing diabase igneous complex Cobre Lake, Ontario, Canada Download PDF EPUB FB2

The majority of the mafic intrusions and volcanic rocks in the footwall of the Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC), which is believed to have formed from a melt sheet produced by the impact of a very large bolide, belong to one of two large mafic igneous suites, viz: the ∼ Ma East Bull Lake (EBL) suite of intrusions or the ∼ Ma Nipissing Diabase suite of : Reid R.

Keays, Peter C. Lightfoot. Coment on icecoldnorth's description of Lake Nipissing and forests I had an opportunity to tour part of Lake Nipissing and visit a couple of the parks and natural areas mentioned by icecoldnorth.

Clarifying that the forest around Lake Nipissing and into Temagami area are considered part of the Great Lakes St.

Lawrence (GLSL) forest types 4/5(10). Quartz The Nipissing diabase igneous complex Cobre Lake impact melt dikes around the Ga Sudbury Igneous Complex, locally referred to as offset dikes, are well endowed with respect to Ni-Cu-platinum group elements (PGE).

However, only those dikes proximal (Complex are mineralized at an economic grade and, in places, host world-class : Alexander Kawohl, Wesley E. Whymark, Andrejs Bite, Hartwig E. Frimmel, Hartwig E. Frimmel. Lake, B eaton Bay, Milner Lake, and Miller Lake Nipissing Intrusions within the Gowg anda Area, Distri ct of Timiskaming.

Ontario Geological Survey, Open File Reportpp. Sample CLR was collected from the Mississauga Formation near (Nipissing diabase, the Ma Eden Lake pluton (Sullivan and Davidson, ) and the Ma Chief Lake felsic pluton (Davidson and van Breeman,Van Breeman and Davidson, ).

The mottled pink and black rock is a fine-grained, greenschist-facies, mica Cited by: The Wanapitei intrusion and Kukagami Lake sill are an exception in that although the quartz diabase has La/Sm similar to the Nipissing magma type, which suggests that they came from the same.

The Lac Panache (Nipissing) gabbro intrudes Huronian metasediments ca. 40 km southwest of the Sudbury Igneous Complex. The gabbro contains disseminated sulfides and is in contact with a chalcopyrite-rich quartz vein that crystallized from highly saline fluids ( ± 3 equivalent wt.% NaCl) at a minimum temperature of ± 27 °C.

The Ramsey Lake conglomerate (H4) also lies near this Ga array, but with more radiogenie lead. Naldrett A. J., and Evensen N. () Petrologic, chemical, isotopic and economic-potential studies of the Nipissing diabase.

Ontario Geol. Surv. Misc. Pap.() Re- OS isotopic systematics of Ni-Cu sulfide ores, Sudbury. The elliptical (60 × 30 km; Ames et al., ) Sudbury structure in Ontario, Canada, occurs at the contact of the Archean Superior Province, and the Early Proterozoic Southern Province (Ames et al.,Card et al., ; Fig.

1A). Contained within the Sudbury structure is the Sudbury basin comprised of the Whitewater group and the Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC). Deposition of the Huronian Supergroup, dominantly fluvial clastic sediments with local basal volcanic accumulations, began at ∼ Ga in a broad trough that extended far south of the present Lake Huron area atop a large Archean continent that was assembled at ∼ Ga and broken up at ∼ Ga after intrusion of widespread gabbro sheets and dykes including Nipissing diabase.

Nipissing diabase, a basic igneous intrusive rock, occurs as sills and dikes that have intruded igneous and sedimentary rocks of the Canadian Shield. It is the ridges of this rock type that have been designated as SRAs.

Sites for sampling were selected on the basis of. Paleomagnetism of the Nipissing diabase, Cobalt area, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 7: A paleomagnetic study of the Nipissing Diabase, Blind River -Elliot Lake area. Nipissing Diabase sills and baked host sediments of the Coleman Member of the Huronian Supergroup east of Englehart, Ontario, are shown to have a characteristic remanent magnetization direction.

Lake Nipissing (/ ˈ n ɪ p ə s ɪ ŋ /; French: lac Nipissing) is a lake in the Canadian province of has a surface area of km 2 ( sq mi), a mean elevation of m ( ft) above sea level, and is located between the Ottawa River and Georgian Nipissing is the third-largest lake entirely in Ontario.

It is relatively shallow for a large lake, with an average. In the summer ofas part of our summer camping trip up north, we stayed at Mississagi Provincial Park. The park is located about 25 kilometres north of Elliot Lake, Ontario.

Just north of the park is the Cobre Lake Hiking Trail, which is. The Offset Dykes are impact melt-bearing dykes related to the Ga Sudbury impact structure.

Currently, the dykes extend radially outward from—or occur concentrically around—the Sudbury Igneous Complex, which is the remnant of a differentiated impact.

Previous age determinations on this basement complex indicate that it is about 2, m.y. old. Several igneous formations are intrusive into the Huronian formations. The oldest of these is the Nipissing diabase, which forms a complex of sills and dikes throughout the area studied; granophyric differentiates occur at several localities.

Diabase dikes were intruded into unconsolidated sediments at considerable depth, producing round-stone breccias, which are texturally similar to Sudbury breccia. Minor compressional folding occurred prior to emplacement of the Nipissing Diabase Suite at around Ga.

Bethune, K.M.,‘Diabase dykes and the Grenville Front southwest of Sudbury, Ontario: further constraints on the nature and timing of deformation and metamorphism’; in Current Research, Part C, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper C, p.

19– Click on the book chapter title to read more. Hanley J, Ames D, Barnes J, Sharp Z, Guillong M. Interaction of magmatic fluids and silicate melt residues with saline groundwater in the footwall of the Sudbury Igneous Complex, Ontario, Canada: new evidence from bulk rock geochemistry, fluid inclusions and stable isotopes.Lake Nipissing is a lake in the Canadian province of Ontario.

It has a surface area of km2, a mean elevation of m above sea level, and is located between the Ottawa River and Georgian Bay. Lake Nipissing is the third-largest lake entirely in Ontario. It is relatively shallow for a large lake, with an average depth of only m.

The shallowness of the lake makes for many sandbars.Lake Nipissing, lake, southeastern Ontario, Canada. Lake Nipissing lies midway between the Ottawa River and Georgian Bay. It is square miles ( square km) in area and has a maximum length of 50 miles (80 km) and a maximum width of 30 miles (48 km).

A remnant of glacial Lake Algonquin, which.