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Geology of Iron Deposits in Canada
Geological Survey of Canada.
|Series||Economic geology report (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 22-2|
Banded iron formations are of economic interest as they host the world’s largest iron ore deposits and many gold deposits. Algoma-type banded iron formations were deposited as chemical sediments along with other sedimentary rocks (such as greywacke and shale) and volcanics in and adjacent to volcanic arcs and spreading centers. IRON OXIDE COPPER-GOLD (±AG ±NB ±P ±REE ±U) DEPOSITS: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE LOUISE CORRIVEAU Natural Resources Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, de la Couronne, Québec, G1K 9A9 Email: [email protected] IOCG Deposit Types Definition Iron oxide copper-gold (IOCG) deposits encompass aFile Size: 5MB.
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Iron Deposits in the Appalachian and Grenville Regions of Canada. Paperback – by G. Gross (Author)Author: G. Gross. Geology of Iron Deposits in Canada. Volume I, General Geology and Evaluation of Iron Deposits,GSC Economic Geology Report, Number pages with 9 plates, 4 figures and 1 map.
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of Mines and Technical Surveys, Canada [ Regional and stratiform metamorphic skarn deposits include, for example, skarn iron deposits that were derived from iron-rich sedimentary and volcanic rocks by recrystallization, isochemical meta-morphism, and bimetasomatism.
Recrystallization, in particular, results in upgrading the quality of ore for concentration, beneficiation. The iron- and titanium-rich deposits are classified as two subtypes on the basis of the principal ore minerals and the petrology of the host intrusions.
The proportions of the principal ore minerals vary from ilmenite-dominant in anorthosite host rocks to titaniferous magnetite-dominant in gabbro and leucogabbro host rocks.
Book - Geology of Iron Deposits in Canada V.2 Iron Deposits in the Appalachian and Grenville Regions of Canada, p. Publication Number: EGR22 Date: Author: G.A.
Gross. Publisher Name: GSC. Book - Iron Deposits of Eastern Ontario and adjoining Quebec, p. Publication Number: Bulletin 45 Date: Geological Survey of Canada, - Geology - pages 0 Reviews The objective of this volume is to define and summarize in a brief and systematic manner the essential characteristics of all economically significant types of Canadian mineral deposits.
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Mineral Deposits: Types and Geology. Geochemistry and Mineral Deposits. Geological Association of Canada GAC Short Course Notes book provides a review of the geology. In Manitoba, gold deposits have been found in Keewatin greenstone, schist, and volcanic rocks near granite intrusions. The Red Lake gold range, in Ontario, is continued westward in Manitoba.
Northwest of Lake Winnipeg, a gold range begins at Wekusko Lake, and continues westward to and into Saskatchewan.
Uranium deposits formed at nearly all steps of the geological cycle, from high-grade metamorphic conditions (up to °C and 5–7 kbar) for the uranothorianite pyroxenite deposits from the Tranomaro area in the southern part of Madagascar, to plutonic, metasomatic, hydrothermal, basinal diagenetic, metamorphic, Cited by: 6.
Banded iron formations are critical to our current economy as they are by far the biggest source of economic iron deposits. China and Australia are the world’s largest iron producers, and both have enormous reserves of BIFs.
Smaller deposits are mined elsewhere including the USA and Canada. Corriveau, L. and Mumin, H. / EXPLORING FOR IRON OXIDE COPPER-GOLD DEPOSITS: CANADA AND GLOBAL ANALOGUES, Geological Association of Canada Short Course No St.
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The trough is a linear belt of sedimentary and volcanic rocks which developed in an Early Proterozoic rift the west is the Archean Superior the east are the. Volume 70 complete / / An Issue devoted to Canadian Mineral Deposits; Metamorphic mass transfer and sulfide genesis, Stillwater Intrusion, Montana; Geology of the Biwabik Iron Formation, Dunka River Area, Minnesota; Origins of some massive pyritic ore deposits of Western Europe; An issue devoted to Japanese Mineral Deposits; Porphyry Tin.
Archaean gold deposits account for more than 60% of the world's gold. Over 60% of this comes from the Witwatersrand of South Africa (a hydrothermally remobilised palaeo-placer gold deposit) and the remainder from Archaean lode gold deposits in Australia, Canada, southern Africa and South America.
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