2 edition of Geology of the Port Radium map-area, District of Mackenzie found in the catalog.
Geology of the Port Radium map-area, District of Mackenzie
|Statement||by G. Mursky.|
|Series||Geological Survey of Canada. Memoir 374, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 374.|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A2 no. 374, QE195 .A2 no. 374|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||74164086|
The Ag-Ni-Co-Bi-As-U veins in the Northwest Territories of Canada are hosted by volcano-sedimentary and intrusive rocks of the Great Bear Batholithic Complex. Fluid inclusion data from the gangue minerals of the veins suggest a wide range in salinity and temperature for the hydrothermal fluids. The salinities of the fluids range from about 15 to 35 wt.% NaCl equivalent. The Port Radium Story by Robert Jenkins - Published by Valley Publishing in , this hard to find book, chronicles the history of Port Radium and the Eldorado Mine on Great Bear Lake. The book provides an interesting view of life at the mine by Jenkins's who was at the time, an employee of Eldorado.
The District of Mackenzie was a regional administrative district of Canada's Northwest district consisted of the portion of the Northwest Territories directly north of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan on Canada's mainland.. Along with the District of Keewatin and the District of Franklin, it was one of the last remaining districts of the old . On Aug , the first oil gusher was hit at Norman Wells, bringing a rush of fortune seekers into the area. The discovery of pitchblend and gold marked another turning point in the economy of the Mackenzie District in the s. The opening of the Sǫmba K’e (Port Radium) uranium mine o.
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Get this from a library. Geology of the Port Radium map-area, District of Mackenzie. [Gregory Mursky]. Get this from a library. Geology of Benjamin Lake map-area, District of Mackenzie (75 M/2). [W W Heywood; A Davidson].
Geologic maps supply a wealth of information about the surface and shallow subsurface of the earth. The types of materials that are present in a location and the three-dimensional structure of the bedrock both can be gleaned from a clearly prepared geologic map.5/5(2).
Geology of the pitchblende deposits of Port Radium, Great Bear Geology of the Port Radium map-area, N.W.T. By Douglas Dean Campbell Get PDF ( MB)Author: Douglas Dean Campbell. It belongs to the Port Radium-Echo Bay historical district that hosts past producers of U, Ag, Cu (± Ra, Ni, Co, Bi) from polymetallic sulfide and arsenide veins.
Located on the Arctic Circle (66¡¦0'N), Great Bear Lake is the largest lake within the borders of Canada. With its almost equally large companion, Great Slave Lake, and their combined drainage, the Mackenzie River, this water system completely dominates the geography of the Mackenzie District of the Northwest Territories.
Geology of the Rivière Grandin map area (Hottah terrane and western Great Bear magmatic zone), District of Mackenzie. Current Research, Part A, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper A.
– The underground visits to the mines in the Port Radium-Camsell River mining district, which generated a lasting interest in him for the metallogeny of the district, were guided by mine geologists J. Moffat, D.
Brace, A. Hitchins, and G. Woollett, as well as by R.D. Morton of the University of Alberta. Substantial amounts of uranium were produced from veins at Port Radium on Great Bear Lake, close to the northwest corner of the survey area (see Fig.
1), and from the Rayrock Mine, south of the survey area. Silver was also extracted from Port Radium, from the nearby Echo Bay Mine, and from a number of other locations near Great Bear Lake.
Anomalous radium patterns have also been related to radioactive zones and A. Grimbert (pers. commun., ) indicates anomalous radium geochemistry is an effective exploration guide Fig. 12A. Procedure for drill testing of geochemical anomalies in the search for unconformity-related uranium deposits: Exploration at the edge of basin.
The Hornby Bay Basin in the western Northwest Territories is near the Port Radium-Echo Bay pitch- blende-silver veins on Great Bear Lake. Significant uranium-copper-nickel- cobalt-silver stratiform mineralization is also found at Mountain Lake at the north edge of the Hornby Bay basin (Hassard, ).
Geology of the Rainy Lake-White Eagle Falls area, District of Mackenzie: early Proterozoic cauldrons, stratovolcanoes and subvolcanic plutons.
Book. Surficial geology, geomorphology, granular resource evaluation and geohazard assessment for the Maxhamish Lake map area (NTS 94O), northeastern British Columbia District of Mackenzie.
The historic Eldorado U-Co-Ni-Cu-Ag veins at Port Radium are hosted by one of the arrays of northeast-trending quartz-filled brittle fault zones in the. Get this from a library. Quaternary geology of the northeastern part of the central Mackenzie Valley corridor, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories.
[Alejandra Duk. The images below show the basic topography of the Cape Peninsula from Table Bay looking south over Cape Town and Table Mountain towards the Cape of Good Hope.
The particular features are the Table Mountain massif and the chain of mountains that runs down the spine of the peninsula. Table Mountain rises 3, feet (1, m). To the left of the mountains is the. Camier J, Peshkepia A, Springer B, Mumin H () Technical report on the Port Radium and Contact Lake summer drill projects, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories, Canada, volumes 1 to 4.
Alberta Star Development Corporation, pp plus appendices Google Scholar. The Great Bear magmatic zone (GBMZ) in the Northwest Territories is the remnant of a Paleoproterozoic continental magmatic arc, populated with polymetallic IOCG deposits and prospects (Fig.
1 and Table 1) (Mumin et al., ).At the local scale, an alteration vector-to-mineralisation model (Corriveau et al., a, Corriveau et al., b) tailored for IOAA. Get this from a library. Geological and geographical guide to the Mackenzie Delta area.
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However, by the end of the ’s, the Depression was affecting the Mackenzie Valley as fur prices crashed. An era that lasted years in the Sahtu was coming to a close. Meanwhile, the discovery of pitchblende at Port Radium on Great Bear Lake and gold at Yellowknife marked a turning point in the economy of the Mackenzie District in the s.
The Mackenzie Basin (popularly and traditionally known as the Mackenzie Country) is an elliptical intermontane basin located in the Mackenzie and Waitaki Districts, near the centre of the South Island of New Zealand.
It is the largest such basin in New Zealand. Historically famous mainly for sheep farming, the sparsely populated area is now also a popular tourism destination.Hildebrand, R.S. and Roots, C.F. Geology of the Rivière Grandin map area (Hottah terrane and western Great Bear magmatic zone), District of Mackenzie.
Current Research, Part A, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper A. pp. – Google Scholar.ⓘ Port Radium District; Tyson, R. () The Port Radium District, Northwest Territories, Canada. The Mineralogical Record: 20(3): ; Lang, A.H.
() Canadian Deposits of Uranium and Thorium. Geological Survey of Canada. Economic Geology Series No. ⓘ Echo Bay Mine (Cross Fault shaft).