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Geology, Kaminak Lake, District of Keewatin
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The locality Tavani (TA-vuh-nee) was a mining settlement and trading post in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut, mes known as Tavane, it is located on western Hudson Bay's Mistake Bay, km ( mi) south of the community of Whale Cove and 97 km (60 mi) east of Kaminak Lake.
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Get this from a library. Precambrian geology, Kaminak Lake map-area, District of Keewatin (55 L). [A Davidson]. Surficial Geology, Kaminak Lake, District of Keewatin.
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This item is available to borrow from all library branches. Volcanic Stratigraphy and Metallogeny of the Kaminak Group, Spi Lake area, District of Keewatin; Ridler, R H; in, Short Papers Containing Results of Ecomonic Interest Derived From Field Work in the Northwest Territories and Yukon.
Shilts, W.W. and Wyatt, P.H. Gold and base metal exploration using drift as a sample medium, Kaminak Lak:e- Turquetil Lake area, District of Keewatin; Geological Survey of Canada, Open File. W.W. Shilts and C.M. Cunningham Terrain Sciences Division Samples of till and sediments derived from till were collected during mapping of surficial geology in t h e vicinity of the Keewatin Ice.
DRIFT PROSPECTING FOR GOLD IN THE KAMINAK LAKE TURQUETIL LAKE AREA, DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN W.W. Shilts Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa and P.H. Wyatt Northwood Geoscience, Ottawa.
Introduction Inclosely spaced samples of glacial sediments were collected around known gold mineralization in. The District of Keewatin was a territory of Canada and later an administrative district of the Northwest was created in by the Keewatin Act, and originally it covered a large area west of Hudsonit became a part of the Northwest Territories and inits southern parts were adjoined to the provinces Geology Manitoba and Ontario, leaving the remainder, now called.
Other articles where Keewatin Series is discussed: Coutchiching Series: to underlie those of the Keewatin Series, at least in some areas, and consist of mostly sedimentary rocks that have been altered to varying degrees by metamorphic processes. Some District of Keewatin book consider the Coutchiching older than the Keewatin Series, but others dispute this view; much study on the stratigraphic.
Flights of raised marine strandlines occur as high as m asl in the Kaminak Lake area but regionally, the marine limit decreases northerly from approximately m around Yathkyed Lake to m west of Pitz Lake, reflecting the distribution of remnant ice within lake basins in the area of the Keewatin Ice Divide (Shilts, ).Cited by: Archean magmatism in the Kaminak Lake area, District of Keewatin, Northwest Territories: ages of the carbonatite-bearing alkaline complex and some host granitoid rocks.
Cavell, Cited by: QUATERNARY GEOLOGY: TRACING MINERAL DEPOSITS DRIFT PROSPECTING IN THE KAMINAK LAKE AREA, DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN Project W.W. Shilts Over 1, samples of glacial sediments were collected in recon naissance grids located near Carr, Kaminak, Southern and Townsend Lakes.
Preliminary notes on the Proterozoic Hurwitz Group, Tavani (55K) and Kaminak Lake (55L) areas, District of Keewatin. Geok Surv. Can., Papers, pp. BLACKWELDER, E., Precambrian geology of the Medicine Bow by: The District of Keewatin was a territory of Canada and later an administrative district of the Northwest was created in by the Keewatin Act, and originally it covered a large area west of the Hudsonit became a part of Northwest Territories and inits southern parts were adjoined to provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, leaving the remainder, now called.
The Spi Lake Formation of the central Hearne domain, western Churchill Province, Canada: an axial intracratonic continental tholeiite trough above the cogenetic Kaminak dyke swarm. Hamish A. Sandeman, a James J. Ryan b. a NT Geoscience Office, P.O. BoxB 52nd Avenue, Yellowknife, NT X1A 2R3, by: Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 43 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Platinum group elements and Au in arctic vegetation growing on gossans, Keewatin District, Canada * A.N.
Rencz and G.E.M. Hall Mineral Resources Division, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Canada (Received 7 November ; accepted after revision 27 February ) ABSTRACT Cited by: It is a region of gneissic and migmatitic rocks derived in part from rocks of the Kaminak Group.
Folds in both the Kaminak Group and the Hurwitz Group trend northeast. Numerous rusty zones and gossans occur in the metavolcanic rocks of the Kaminak Group, and many have been examined by drilling and trenching. GEOSCAN ID: back to Mining in Ontario *Please note that much of the information and all of the images below were provided from a book written in the 's.
It was very up-to-date at the time when the book was published, but is not the most current information. It has been greatly simplified.
Discovering a deposit On August 7,two railroad workers –J.H. McKinley and Ernest Darragh. The Larder Lake district lies along a narrow band of Timiskaming sediments which extends from Kenogami, Ontario, to beyond the Bell River in Quebec. On the Omega property, lavas and tuffs of the underlying Keewatin outcrop in the middle of this band in a Cited by: 1.
Geology of Tavani map-area (55K), District of Keewatin Tavani map-area, situated on the west side of Hudson Bay, is in the Churchill Structural Province. Metamorphosed volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the Kaminak Group, and intrusive plutons are well exposed in the southern half of the area, and in the Rankin Inlet area.
Mercury concentrations in lake trout from a commercial fishery on Kaminak Lake ranged from ppm (parts per million = mg/kg or mg/l) to ppm Hg (70 samples), exceeding the national consumption guidelines of by: Drift prospecting for gold in the Kaminak Lake–Turquetil Lake area, District of Keewatin; in D.G.
Richardson and M. Irving, Project summaries: Canada–Northwest Territories Mineral Development Subsidiary Agreement Geological Survey of Canada, Open File Get this from a library. Preliminary notes on the Proterozoic Hurwitz Group, Tavani (55K) and Kaminak Lake (55L) areas, District of Keewatin.
[R T Bell]. Department of Geology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York Received October 9, Revision accepted for publication Janu In the District of Keewatin, west of Hudson Bay, numerous shallow lakes occupy depressions. This new surficial geology map product represents the conversion of Map and its legend only, using the Geological Survey of Canada's Surficial Data Model (SDM version ; GSC Open File ).
All geoscience knowledge and information from Map that conformed to the current SDM were maintained during the conversion process. P / Ridler, R. and Shilts, W. / EXPLORATION FOR ARCHEAN POLYMETALLIC SULPHIDE DEPOSITS IN PERMAFROST TERRAINS: An Integrated Geological/Geochemical Technique; Kaminak Lake Area, District of Keewatin, Ottawa,33 pages, 3 tables (in pocket), 25 figs.
(10 in pocket), - 3 - $ 30 Northwest Territories Miscellaneous Maps. Highlights The setting and field characteristics of the Kaminak dykes are described.
A robust and precise U–Pb baddeleyite age of ± Ma is presented. Final evolution controlled via fractionation of Pl + Cpx ± Ol. Petrochemistry indicates derivation from depleted mantle and lithospheric mantle. Distinct from Matachewan and Mistassini swarms of Superior craton.
MERCURY ANOMALIES IN LAKE WATER AND IN COMMERCIALLY HARVESTED FISH, KAMINAK LAKE AREA, DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN, CANADA W.W. SHILTS and W.B. COKER Geological Survey of Canada, Booth Street Ottawa, Ontario KIA OE8 Abstract.
Title Geology of Ennadai Lake Map-Area, District of Keewatin Author K. Eade Publication Number Paper Published by Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Geological Survey of Canada Year of Publication Number of pages 19 Table of Contents Photographs of the Table of Contents and a list of the the illustrations in this book has been included in this Rating: % positive.
Fraser, J. Geology of the Woodburn Lake map area, District of Keewatin. Ottawa, Canada: Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, () qP no Click, Linda L. Geologic map of the Pigeon Mountain quadrangle, Box Elder County, Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah Geological and Mineral Survey, M()2 Pg Great Britain.
Ordnance Survey. QUATERNARY GEOLOGY: TERRAIN PERFORMANCE TUNDRA FIRES, SOUTHEAST DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN Project W.
Shilts Terrain Sciences Division In the summer of many observations were made of tundra fires during the course of terrain mapping and drift sampling in southeastern District of Keewatin (Fig.
Geology of the Keewatin River area The Keewatin River area is situated in the northern belt of the LLGB (Figure GS), and consists mostly of Wasekwan group supracrustal rocks intruded by plutons of the Pool Lake intrusive suite (Figure GS).
Both the supracrustal sequence and the Pool Lake suite are. Lake Winnipeg, the seventh largest lake in North America, is located at the boundary between the Interior Plains and the Canadian Shield in Manitoba, Canada.
Seismic profiles were obtained in Lake Winnipeg on two geoscientific cruises in and These data indicate the morphology of the bedrock surface. In most cases, a clear distinction between low relief Paleozoic carbonate rock Cited by: D.B.
Dowling's map from 'Vicinity of Red Lake and Part of Berens River, District Keewatin and Province of Ontario', The Common Era: Red Lake Pre- Gold Discovery For much of history, the rugged and secluded Red Lake area was known only by the Ojibwa people that called the land home.
Not to be confused with Keewatin Region, Northwest Territories, although much of their territory overlapped. Extent of the District of Keewatin before its reorganization in The District of Keewatin was a territory of Canada and later an. Bjorn and Ingibjorg (Emma) were married in Keewatin Decem and homesteaded in Markland (Coldwell), Manitoba, until and later lived in Winnipeg for a few years.
They moved to Keewatin Bjorn was a brother to Ingibjorg Magnusson Johnson (above). He was a fisherman, farmer, trapper, and carpenter.
Emma was the daughter of Thorstein Jonson Hordol and Ragnahildur. Numerous discoveries have been made in the District of Patricia around Red Lake, Woman Lake, Narrow Lake, Clearwater Lake, etc., forming an east and west mineral belt about miles long. The producing gold mines of Ontario are in Timiskaming and Keewatin formations, near intrusions of granite, syenite, and porphyry.
In the western watershed, the sandy drift lies buried beneath a veneer of gray, clay-like glacial drift, laid down by the Grantsburg sublobe which moved northeastward through the area as an offshoot of the Des Moines glacial lobe. The Des Moines lobe came from the Keewatin District.
Amer Lake mafic and ultramafic komatiites and associated mafic volcanic rocks: Windsor, Ontario, University of Windsor, M.S. thesis. Field characteristics, petrology, and geochemistry of the Amer Lake ultramafic metavolcanics, district of Keewatin: Geological Survey of Author: Pauline C.
Bennett, Gerald K. Czamanske, Nicholas T. Arndt. J MAP OF THE LAKE OF THE \ WOODS DISTRICT The Lake of the Woods Its History, Qeology, Mining and Manufacturing. Tho annual iiiecting of the Historical and Scientitit* Society of Manitoba, Feb. '2'An], afforded an excellent oppoi- tunity for liringing before the citizens of Winnipef^ the resources of the Lake of the \Vo(jds region.
Ennadai Lake is a lake in Kivalliq Region, Nunavut, is 52 mi (84 km) long, and 3 to 14 mi ( to km) wide.
It is drained to the north by the Kazan River.A km section of the Kazan River from the outlet of Ennadai Lake to Baker Lake, was designated as Coordinates: 60°55′N °20′W / .InMessrs DeMorest and Sylvester of Explora- tion (Survey Party No.
3, made a micrometer survey of the Mattagami river down to Niven's Base Line ofand of the Grassy river from its mouth to Peter Long's lake, continued a canoe and log survey up the Grassy from Kapiskong lake to connect with the District line at Little Hawk lake, and.Miller A.
() Uranium Geology of the Eastern Baker Lake Basin, District of Keewatin, Northwest Territories; G.S.C. Bulletin Other Regions, Features and Areas containing this locality North America Plate Tectonic Plate.