1 edition of The petrology of the serpentine bodies in the Matheson district, Ontario found in the catalog.
The petrology of the serpentine bodies in the Matheson district, Ontario
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QE 465 T852 1955 thesis|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
Abstract. There are three major types of sand: terrigenous, carbonate, and pyroclastic. Terrigenous sands are most abundant and are all ultimately derived from outside the basin of deposition by erosion of preexisting crystalline, volcanic, and sedimentary rocks and, except for eolianites, are all deposited by water. Silicates predominate. Carbonate sands are virtually all deposited in marine. The kimberlites typically occur as carrot-shaped bodies, m–2 km in length, referred to as diatremes (Fig. 20). Many diatremes occur as single bodies, although in some instances several diatremes in close proximity can merge into a single complex body with increasing proximity to the current erosion surface (Figs. 24 and 25).
GREENSTONE-HOSTED QUARTZ-CARBONATE VEIN DEPOSITS. BENOÎT DUBÉ AND PATRICE GOSSELIN Geological Survey of Canada, de la Couronne, Quebec, Quebec G1K 9A9 Corresponding author’s email: [email protected] Abstract Greenstone-hosted quartz-carbonate vein deposits typically occur in deformed greenstone belts of all ages, espe-cially those with variolitic . Clowes, Ronald Wyman, Derek and Kerrich, Robert Mantle plume – volcanic arc interaction: consequences for magmatism, metallogeny, and cratonization in the Abitibi and Wawa subprovinces, CanadaThis article is one of a series of papers published in this Special Issue on the theme Lithoprobe — parameters, processes, and the evolution of a continent.
` The book will become a standard reference for all those interested in soil-plant relationships and will provide a stimulus for further research in this aspect of biogeography and geobotany. ' Science ` to congratulate the editors on producing this excellent and exhaustive work on the ecology of world regions with serpentinized rocks. Abstract. There comes a time in the study of a sandstone body or formation when it is necessary to look at the rocks of which it is made. It is not enough to measure a stratigraphic section, trace out the limits of a given sandstone, or even to study its structures in the field and map its paleocurrents.
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The petrology of the serpentine bodies in the Matheson District, Ontario. By Frederick. Taylor. Abstract. The present study is concerned with the description and petrogenesis of a group of basic and ultrabasic intrusive rocks in the District of Cochrane, Ontario.
It includes descriptions of localities where exposures are good or considered Author: Frederick. Taylor. Matheson Ontario (2) Timmins Ontario (60) Thunder Bay District Ontario Igneous and metamorphic petrology (2) Isotope geochemistry.
The mineral name ‘serpentine’ is applied to a series of three minerals, lizardite, antigorite, and chrysotile, the latter well known in its asbestos-form in some localities. All three are produced by the hydration of the ferromagnesian minerals of ultramafic rocks at low temperature and pressure under conditions favorable for the formation Cited by: The surficial deposits of Cochrane District consist mainly of three sheetlike stratigraphic units: lower till, which records regional glaciation during the Wisconsin stage, overlies Precambrian bedrock, and is overlain by mostly varved sediment of the Barlow–Ojibway Formation, which was deposited in glacial Lake Barlow–Ojibway during northward retreat of the ice margin.
Book (1) Article Type. Matheson Ontario (3) Timmins Ontario Larder Lake District Ontario (2) Sudbury District Ontario (1) Sudbury igneous complex (2).
Serpentine minerals were also identified by an X-ray microbeam diffraction camera at the Royal Ontario Museum using the procedures of Wicks and Zussman (). Geology and petrography of the area The chrysotile asbestos deposit of Zidani in northern Greece occurs in serpentinized peridotites of the NW- SE-trending Pelagonian unit (Fig.
la). The Al-Si metasomatic zone, where Al-serpentine and a minor amount of Ca-saponite were formed, was developed in the Ol-hosted region close to the Ol-Pl boundary. International Kimberlite Conferences (IKCs) are special events that are held across the world once in four to five years.
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A m thick sheet-like body of ferroaugite syenite is divisible mineralogically into an upper and lower series of syenites. The lower syenites are characterized by well developed igneous. CCEN: Post office on Serpentine Street in Copper Cliff, Ontario, c.
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The Matheson ultrabasic belt is composed of numerous layered intrusions of dunite, peridotite, pyroxenite, and gabbro. The origin of these is attributed to local fusion of the peridotite.
Serpentine soils derived from the weathering of ultramafic rocks, mainly ophiolitic serpentinites, are typically characterized by Cr concentrations in excess of mg kg, comparatively higher. Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Petrology of a Pyrochlore-bearing Carbonatite at Seabrook Lake, Ontario by Myron John OsaterikoUniversity of B r i t i s h Columbia, A Thesis Submitted i n P a r t i a l Fulfilment ' of the Requirements for the Degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE i n the Department of GEOLOGY We accept this thesis as conforming to the required standard THE UNIVERSITY OF.
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Book Chapter (10) Book Cochrane District Ontario Matheson Ontario (2) Timmins Ontario (2) Hemlo Deposit (3) Leeds County Ontario. Book (1) Article Type. Facet list. Other Matheson Ontario (3) Timmins Ontario (25) Dryden Ontario (1) Parry Sound District Ontario (1) Rainy River District Ontario.
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N this book the task of summarising modern petrology I from the genetic standpoint has been attempted. The scale of the work is small as compared with the magni tude of its subject, but it is nevertheless believed that the field has been reasonably covered.
In conformity with the genetic viewpoint petrology, as contrasted with petrography.The m-thick Shiant Isles Main Sill is a composite body, dominated by an early, 24 m-thick, picrite sill formed by the intrusion of a highly olivine-phyric magma, and a later m-thick.Full text of "Granites and Greenstones: A Series of Tables and Notes for Students of Petrology" See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on Hbrary shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.