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Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

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Published by Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys in Ottawa .
Written in English


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Pagination50 p.
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Regional metamorphism resulted in upper amphibolite to granulite mineral assemblages. An intense layer normal compression event at Cedar Lake caused tectonic interleaving of the Cedar Lake Gneiss 'basement' and the Twilight Gneiss 'cover' sequence. (iv) Diapiric granite event ( Ma).Cited by: 5. Bumble bees are only one kind of bees. There are one hundred and ten species of bees in the Northwest Territories! This bumble bee was visiting Donna’s garden.

  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA / ACCESSWIRE / Ma / Margaret Lake Diamonds Inc. (TSX-V: DIA) (FSE: M85) ("Margaret Lake" or the "Company") is pleased to provide an exploration update on its Margaret Lake and Diagras properties located in the Northwest Territories. Margaret Lake Property The Company is pleased to report it has generated three high priority drill Author: Margaret Lake Diamonds Inc. In , they imported 3, reindeer to Canada via Alaska from Scandinavia in the Mackenzie Delta. Herding is still practiced today by the descendants of those early reindeer herding pioneers. The Mackenzie Delta Reindeer Herd in the Northwest Territories is the only free-range herd of reindeer in Canada and consists now of about 3, animals.

- Have not been there. Would like to go. See more ideas about Northwest territories, Canada and Canada travel pins. Margaret Lake Diamonds Inc. (TSXV:DIA) is a Canadian junior mining company focused on exploring its two diamond properties, Margaret Lake and Diagras properties, in the Northwest Territories (NWT.


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Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. [Richard W Hutchinson]. Northwest Territories.

Geological Survey of Canada. Paper3. Robert B. Rowe, Pegmatitic mineral deposits of the Yellowknife-Beaulieu region. Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada. Paper4. Richard W. Hutchinson. Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest by: 5.

Hutchinson RW () Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories. Geol Surv Can Bull 50 pp Google Scholar Jahns RH () The genesis of pegmatites II: quantitative analysis of lithium-bearing pegmatite, Mora County, New by: Richard W.

Hutchinson, Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Bull.

Cited by: 5. Hutchinson, R W. - Regional Zonation of Pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. - Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 34; 49 pp., 8 fold. maps in pocket. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 34; 49 pp., 8 fold.

maps in pocket. —, — & —, (b): The Buckham granite, a highly fractionated pluton of the Prosperous Granite in the Yellowknife pegmatite field, Northwest Territories.

- Geol. by: Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, Distric t of Mackenzie, Northwes t Territories; Geolo gical Survey of Can ada, Bulle 57 p.

Jolliffe, A.W., The Tanco pegmatite deposit at Bernic Lake, in southeastern Manitoba, is a virtually completely hidden, essentially undeformed, subhorizontal, bilobate, saddle-shaped body ~ m long, m wide and up to ~ m thick.

The highly fractionated pegmatite of the LCT family, rare-element class, petalite subtype, consists of nine internal by: Geological notes on northeastern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories / by J.A.

Fraser; Surficial geology of Tuktoyaktuk, district of Mackenzie / V.N. Rampton, M. Bouchard; Camsell Bend and Root River map-areas, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories 95 J, K / by R.J.W.

Dahadinni River and Wrigley map-areas, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories 95 N, O / by R.J.W. Ontaratue River, J, Travaillant Lake, O, and Canot Lake, P map-areas, District of Mackenzie, N Geological notes on northeastern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories /.

Calcium-rich beusite occurs in a pegmatite from the regionally zoned Peg swarm of the Archean Yellowknife pegmatite field, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada Paper Camsell Bend and Root River Map-Areas, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories [Douglas, R.J.W. et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Geological Survey of Canada Paper Camsell Bend and Root River Map-Areas, District of MackenzieAuthor: R.J.W. et al. Douglas. lites, and granitic pegmatites intruded the Wollaston Group rocks and form planar lenses concordant to the regional fabric or discordant to semi-concordant dyke swarms.

The LA ICP-MS U–Pb dating of monazite from a foliation-parallel pegmatite at Kulyk Lake yielded an age of ± 5 Ma (McFarlane and McKeough ).

The Mackenzie River system played an important role in the fur trade, and is still an important transportation route for northern communities. While the northern part of the basin is still sparsely populated, demand for its resources—including minerals and fossil energy—is increasing (MRBB ).

Pingos near Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories. Geology, Yellowknife-Hearne Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories, Geological Survey of Canada, "A" Series Map no. A: Related: This publication supercedes Henderson, J B; (). Geology of Yellowknife [85j] and Hearn lake [85i] map-areas, Geological Survey of Canada, Open FileGeological Survey of Canada, "A" Series Map.

Detailed Description: The Mackenzie River is located in the Mackenzie River Basin in the Northwest Territories, Canada. The river begins from Great Slave Lake in the southern section of the territories near Hay River, NWT and travels north to the Mackenzie Delta and then eventually empties into the Arctic Ocean's Beaufort Sea.

Little has been written on pegmatites in Montana except in conjunction with reports on mining districts. This subject was chosen as a senior thesis to see what facts could be ascertained re­garding pegmatites alone, and an attempt has been made by the writer to assemble all written material on pegmatites in southwestern Montana, and to study specimens from those that could be reached or from Author: Ora Rostad.

Geological Survey of Canada Paper Contwoyto Lake Area (North Half) District of Mackenzie [Tremblay, L P] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Geological Survey of Canada Paper Contwoyto Lake Area (North Half) District of MackenzieAuthor: L P Tremblay. Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories / Richard W. Hutchinson. Series Title: Geological Survey of Canada. • The Lake is: • prone to flooding when the Mackenzie River backflows – up to 10 feet in the spring • shallow on the northwest side / northwest side but deeper in the center • quiet when the water level at access point from the Mackenzie River is low • has a strong current •.

It’s 15 degrees above freezing today, which means the East channel of the Mackenzie River is starting to open. Every year the ice on the river moves suddenly. It melts and loosens for a while before a chain reaction begins to push ice down the river.

People in Inuvik have betting pools. When will the ice clear from the river completely?Redout Lake Pegmatite, Yellowknife Pegmatite field, Northwest Territories, Canada: Granite pegmatite. Yellowknife Pegmatite Field.

Locality is km east of the contact of the Redout Granite.Item is-glen - Mackenzie River at Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories. Item is-glen - Junction of the Liard River and the Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories. Item is-glen - Hudson's Bay Company steamship, "Distributor" at Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories.

Item is-glen - "Northern Prospector" with barge. Item is-glen.