3 edition of Geology of the northern Superior area, Ontario found in the catalog.
Geology of the northern Superior area, Ontario
One col. map on 1 folded leaf in pocket.
|Statement||by D. Stone.|
|Series||Open file report -- 6140, Open file report (Ontario Geological Survey) -- 6140.|
|Contributions||Ontario Geological Survey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
The Precambrian rocks, older than 2, m.y., in the Saganaga Lake-Northern Light Lake area on the Minnesota-Ontario boundary include a thick succession of metavolcanic rocks, chiefly greenstone but with some intermediate to silicic types, and minor metasediments; the Northern Light Gneiss; the Saganaga Tonalite; alkalic syenodiorite and granodiorite; and the Knife Lake Group. If you have an interest in geology, the best book to have along is “Roadside Geology of Ontario: North Shore of Lake Superior” by E. G. Pye. It is keyed to mileages along the route and points out features in the geological history of the area.
The Northern Pickle assemblage is dominated by massive and pillowed tholeiitic basalt flows interbedded with northeast-striking banded iron formations in addition to minor sill-like mafic and ultramafic intrusions Stott et al., a, Stott et al., age has been determined for the assemblage, owing to the rarity of felsic units within the package, but it is intruded by the ±2-Ma Cited by: Geology of Ontario. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Location of the Grenville and Superior Craton. The geology of Ontario consists of the study of the rock formations in the most populated province of Canada. Ontario has some of the oldest rocks on Earth. It is made up of ancient Precambrian igneous and metamorphic rock and overlain by younger sedimentary rocks and soils.
Pages in category "Geology of Ontario" The following 32 pages are in this category, out of 32 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). The familiar cliffs of Split Rock Point and Palisade Head in Minnesota, the dark ledges of the northern lakeshore and even the mysterious white bands lacing dark rocks in Ontario’s Lake Superior Provincial Park conjure up an ancient past having more to do with flows of hot magma than waves of cold water – land-shaping happenings that took place long before humans came to admire this beauty and these wonders of the lake basin.
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Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. Publication: OFR Publication Details: Title: Geology of the Northern Superior Area, Ontario Author: Stone, D. Series: Open File Report Type: Monograph with accompanying maps Publication Year: Publication Geographic Area.
Geology of the North Bay area: Districts of Nipissing and Parry Sound (Ontario. Dept. of Mines and Northern Affairs. Geological report) Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: S.
B Lumbers. Geology of Ontario: introduction / P.C. Thurston --The first hundred years: a brief history of the Ontario Geological Survey / E.G. Pye --The history and economic role of Ontario's mineral sector / G.
Anders --Archean geology of Ontario: introduction / P.C. Thurston --Northwestern Superior Province: review and terrane analysis / P.C. This volume and the accompanying map series present a synthesis of our knowledge and interpretation of the geology of the Province of Ontario. The document highlights briefly the role of geology in everyday life in the province and the evolving role of the Ontario Geological Survey; presents a summary sketch of the physiographic regions; gives a detailed overview of each of Superior, Southern.
Geology, Scenery and Minerals. The 30 colour photographs in this show depict a counter-clockwise tour of geological features around Lake Superior, the world's largest freshwater lake (see Fig.
The lake has an area of 82, km 2. It was part of the Mississippi drainage until the Pleistocene, and formed Ontario book of glacial lake Algonquin. The Ga North Caribou superterrane collided Geology of the northern Superior area the Northern Superior superterrane between and Ga on the north and the Winnipeg River terrane to the south, trapping the English River.
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The Superior Province is thus seen to consist of northern and southern high-grade gneiss terrains, of Early Archean age, and a broad central region consisting of elongate, east-west trending. Geoscientists from Natural Resources Canada’s Geological Survey of Canada, Ontario Geological Survey, Dynamic Earth science centre and Laurentian University have created GeoTours Northern Ontario.
By telling the intriguing stories of Northern Ontario’s geology, we want to inspire you to visit these remarkable places.
Lovell, H.L. Geology of the Eby and Otto Area, District of Timiskaming; Ontario Dept. of Mines and Northern Affairs, GR99, 30p. Use and Reproduction of Content: The Content may be used and reproduced only in accordance with applicable intellectual property laws.
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Book Review: Geology of the Lake Superior Region by Gene LaBerge,Geoscience Press. This fine new book describes the diverse geology of the states surrounding Lake Superior.
The author, Dr. Gene LaBerge, of U.W.- Oshkosh, has worked for decades investigating the region's geology. PROTEROZOIC GEOLOGY OF THE NORTHERN LAKE SUPERIOR AREA Edited by J.M.
Franklin1 Gunflint Formation: R.J. Shegelski Sibley Group: J.M. Franklin and W.H. Mcllwaine3 Coldwell Complex: Roger H. Mitchell and R.
Garth Platt*1 May1. Geological Survey of Canada Booth Street Ottawa K1A 0E8 2. Newmont Exploration Co. of Canada Ltd. P.O. Brigham, R.J. () Structural geology of southwestern Ontario and southeastern Michigan: Ontario Department of Mines and Northern Affairs, Paperp.
Google Scholar Bright, E.G. () Petrography of the Precambrian basement rocks in deep drillholes beneath the Phanerozoic cover in southern Ontario: Ontario Geological Survey, Open Cited by: Geology is a science which focuses on the study of solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed and the processes by which it changes.
It provides insight into the Earth's past including the evolutionary history of life and past y is commercially important for mineral exploration and for evaluating natural resources.
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Paleozoic Geology of the Northern Lake Simcoe Area, South-Central Ontario by D.K. Armstrong Parts of this publication may be quoted if credit is given. It is recommended that reference to this publication be made in the following form: Armstrong, D.K.
Paleozoic geology of the northern Lake Simcoe area, south. Geology. Ontario, owing to its size, has diverse geology that varies in structure, age, and lithology. About 61% of the province is covered by the Canadian Shield, mostly with Precambrian rock. These rocks contain large mineral deposits that are vital to the economy of northern Ontario.
The shield can further be divided into three t point: Ishpatina Ridge, m (2, ft). The Bedrock Geology Data Set is a geological map of the Province showing the distribution of bedrock units underlying Ontario.
The geology of the Province consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield and Phanerozoic sedimentary rocks in basins that overlie the Canadian Shield.
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Manitouwadge, a copper-zinc-silver mining camp, lies miles east of Port Arthur, Ontario, and 25 miles north of Lake Superior. A series of volcanics and sediments, now metamorphosed and migmatized to hornblende schists, quartz feldspar gneisses, and granite gneiss, underlies the Manitouwadge area.
These have been folded into an overturned syncline which strikes east-west and plunges gently Author: Edward Holton Macphail Chown.The North Shore of Lake Superior runs from Duluth, Minnesota, United States, at the southwestern end of the lake, to Thunder Bay and Nipigon, Ontario, Canada, in the north to Sault Ste.
Marie, Ontario, in the shore is characterized by alternating rocky cliffs and cobblestone beaches, with forested hills and ridges through which scenic rivers and waterfalls descend as they flow to Lake.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.