2 edition of Lac des Iles Greenstone Belt, northwestern Ontario : precambrian geology. found in the catalog.
Lac des Iles Greenstone Belt, northwestern Ontario : precambrian geology.
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NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO. NTS: H04 LAC DES ILES CLAIM AREA. Stephen Miller Thunder Bay, Ontario November 6, (LDI-IC) and is situated in the greenstone belt in the southern Wabigoon Subprovince of the Superior Province (Figure 2). Precambrian Geology of the Lac des Iles Complex, District of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Ontario Geological. Thunder Bay, Ontario Part 1: Abstracts Part 2: Field Trip Guidebook. Mafic intrusions, PGE mineralization, and granitoid rocks of Lac des Illes area Geology of the Shebandowan and Quetico Archean subprovinces, Granitoid-related mineral deposits in the western Lake Superior region Base metal mineralization in the Shebandowan Greenstone Belt).
The Lac des Iles Complex is the largest of several mafic to ultramafic intrusions that form a circular outcrop pattern approximately 30 kilometers in diameter. The Lac des Iles Complex is composed of two ultramafic intrusions exposed at Lac des Iles and a gabbroic intrusion located south of the lake. PGM facies variations for Cu-PGE deposits in the Coldwell Alkaline Complex, Ontario, Canada. Ore Geology Reviews, 90, Lac des Iles Area ⓘ Lac des Iles Complex; Canadian Mineralogist ; Louis J. Cabri and J.H. Gilles Laflamme () Mineralogy of Samples from the Lac Des Iles Area, Ontario.
Farrington Township Conservation Reserve is located in northwestern Ontario in the Fort Frances Administrative District of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, approximately 48 kilometres east of the town of Fort Frances. The site is accessible by road with its northernFile Size: 5MB. Australasia. Ahmad. M. and Hollis, J.A., - Pine Creek Orogen; in Ahmad M and Munson TJ (compilers), Geology and mineral resources of the Northern Territory, Northern Territory Geological Survey, Special Publication 5, Chapter 5, pp. Barley M E, Groves D I - Deciphering the Tectonic Evolution of Archaean Greenstone Belts: the Importance of Contrasting Histories to the.
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Precambrian Geology, Lac des Iles Greenstone Belt, Northwestern Ontario Keywords: Ontario Mining Publications,Ontario Geological Survey,OGS,Ontario Geology,Ministry of Northern Development and Mines,MNDM,Ontario Geosciences,Ontario Publication Sales. The Lac des Iles Complex is located approximately 85 km north of the city of Thunder Bay in Northwestern Ontario (Fig.
1).The complex consists of mafic to ultramafic intrusions near the contact between the granite-greenstone terrane of the Wabigoon subprovince of the Superior province and the northwestern margin of the Quetico subprovince (Fig.
Pacific Section Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Pacific Coast Paleography Sympltsiuni, 2: Dunning, G'R., The geology and platinum-group clement mineralization of the Robe Zone, Lac des Iles complex, northwestern Ontario, Unpuhl.
Sci. Thesis, Cartoon by: In book: Geological Evolution of the Precambrian Indian Shield, pp whereas the Type 2 metabasalts of the Mahakoshal greenstone belt and the upper metabasalts of the Sonakhan greenstone.
In the Abitibi greenstone belt (), stockwork and disseminated sulfide ores are common features of Archean Au and Au-Cu deposits associated with, and/or hosted by quartz-feldspar es include the Cu-Au-Ag-Mo ore-body in the ± 1 Ma Pearl Lake porphyry in the McIntyre deposit (Burrows and Spooner, ; Mason and Melnik, ; Corfu et al., ; Marmont and Corfu, The multiphase late Archean Lac des Iles Complex in northwestern Ontario is well known for a distinct style of stratabound (or stratiform) PGE mineralization that is hosted by hydrothermally.
The Lac des Iles Pd deposits are known for their Pd-rich sulfide-poor mineralization. However, previously undocumented sulfide-rich pods also occur within the intrusion that hosts the deposits. Given the complex magmatic and hydrothermal history of the mineralization at Lac des Iles, the sulfide-rich pods could have crystallized from magmatic sulfide liquids or precipitated from Cited by: 2.
Geology of the Lac des Iles PGE-Cu-Ni Mine 3. Geoarchaelogy and deglaciation history of the Thunder Bay area 4. Geology of the Paleoproterozoic Gunflint Formation 5.
Glacial history and regional till sampling in the Archean Shebandowan greenstone belt 6. Geology of the Archean Steep Rock Lake-Finlayson Lake greenstone belt: Madison, WI. The Pd deposits of the Lac des Iles complex, northwestern Ontario. Economic Geology Google Scholar. Berman RG, Davis WJ, Pehrsson S.
Author: Ralf O. Maxeiner, Nicole M. Rayner. Tectonic Controls on Mafic Magmatism in the Superior Province P.C. Thurston MERC, Laurentian University, Sudbury ON, Canada P3E 2C6 Abitibi Greenstone Belt; Jour. Geology,Easton, R.M., Variation in Crustal Level and The Lac des Iles complex, Ontario: Petrology and Platinum-group element mineralization in an Archean mafic.
Chapter Geology of the Northern Bushveld Complex and the Setting and Genesis of the Platreef Ni-Cu-PGE Deposit Iain McDonald and David A. Holwell Chapter Platinum-Group Element Mineralization of the Main Sulfide Zone, Great Dyke, Zimbabwe Thomas Oberthür Chapter The Pd Deposits of the Lac des Iles Complex, Northwestern OntarioCited by: Economic Geology Davis DW, StutcliffRH, Trowel.
NF () Geochronological constraints on the tectonic evolution of a late Archean greenstone belt, Wabigoon subprovince, northwest Ontario.
Precambrian Research Dionne-Foster C () Étude Minéragraphique et Pétrologique de la Zone Twilight, Complexe du Lac des Îles. Chapitres des livres /Book Chapters. Barnes, S-J., Chalcophile Elements in Encyclopedia of Geochemistry, White W M (ed), DOI /_ Barnes S.-J.
and Gomwe T.S., Pd deposits of the Lac des Iles Complex, Northwestern y of Economic Geologists. Reviews in Economic Geol Book Review rge_ Magmatic Ni-Cu and PGE Deposits: Geology, Geochemistry, and Genesis, Volume 17 of Reviews its in the Abitibi greenstone belt, Superior Province, Canada.
These deposits are hosted in komatiites and and geochemistry of the Pd deposits of the Lac des Iles complex, northwestern Ontario, Canada. The authors. Classification of breccias formed by multi-stage structural and magmatic mechanisms at the Lac des Iles Complex, Superior Province, northwestern Ontario.
GAC-MAC Annual Meeting, th MayMontreal, Canada, abstract vol p The economic mineralization of Pd at the Lac des Iles mine occurs in the gabbroic rocks of the Mine Block Intrusion in the Ga Lac des Iles Intrusive Complex.
The complex intruded the tonalitic rocks of the Lac des Iles greenstone belt in the Wabigoon Subprovince of the Superior Province of Canada. We conducted a detailed study on the Pd mineralization in the southern Roby Cited by: Jason Duff studied the supracrustal rocks of the North Caribou greenstone belt, which hosts the Musselwhite gold mine.
The North Caribou belt is considered to be the nucleus of the western Superior Province. John Hinchey studied the Ma Lac des Iles ultramafic-mafic igneous complex, which hosts the palladium mine near Thunder Bay. ⓘ Lac des Iles Mine; Canadian Mineralogist, Vol, pp.
(); D. Watkinson and G. Dunning v() Geology and platinum-group mineralization, Lac-des-Iles Complex, northwestern Ontario. Can Mineral O'Neill Township ⓘ Fleck. Precambrian Research, 44 () 81 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands Magma Mixing in Late Archean Tonalitic and Mafic Rocks of the Lac des Iles Area, Western Superior Province R.H.
SUTCLIFFE Ontario Geological Survey, Grenville Street, Toronto, Ont. M7A 1 W4 (Canada) (Received Ma ; revision accepted Janu ) Cited by: Paper handled by associate editor Ali Polat.
Published on the web 19 April Received Ma Accepted Septem 1 This article is a companion paper to Ross et al. Basaltic to andesitic volcaniclastic rocks in the Blake River Group, Abitibi Greenstone Belt: 2.
1. Introduction  The Superior Province of the Canadian Shield is the world's largest Archean craton. It is made up of east‐west trending belts which fall into four types: volcano‐plutonic (granite‐greenstone), metasedimentary, plutonic, and high‐grade gneiss [Card and Ciesielski, ].The mixture of continental and volcanic terrain fragments in the province suggests that the Cited by: GEOLOGY Regional Geology The Bedivere Lake claims are located within the Precambrian metavol- canic-metasedimentary belt in northwestern Ontario.
As seen in Map (Western Lac des Mille Lacs Area) at a scale of l inch to l mile (Irvine, ), a portion of which is reproduced as Figure 3.The Archean Red Lake greenstone belt in Northwestern Ontario consists of basaltic and komatiitic volcanics ranging in age from 2, to 2, million years old and younger rhyolite-andesite volcanics ranging in age from 2, to 2, million years old.
It is situated in the western portion of the Uchi Subprovince, a volcanic sequence comprising a number of greenstone y: Volcanism.