Geology of carbonatite - alkalic rock complexes in Ontario Prairie Lake Carbonatite Complex, District of Thunder Bay by R. P. Sage

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Published by Ministry of Northern Development and Mines in Toronto, Ont .

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  • Carbonatites -- Ontario -- Prairie Lake Region (Thunder Bay),
  • Alkalic igneous rocks.

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Statementby R.P. Sage.
SeriesOntario Geological Survey study -- 46
ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Northern Development and Mines., Ontario Geological Survey.
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LC ClassificationsQE461 .S234 1987
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Paginationvii, 91 p. :
Number of Pages91
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Open LibraryOL19815908M
ISBN 100772905819

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Toronto, Ont.: Ontario, Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, Mines and Minerals Division, (OCoLC) Geology of carbonatite--alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: Prairie Lake Carbonatite Complex, district of Thunder Bay. [R P Sage; Ontario. Ministry of Northern Development and Mines. Get this from a library.

Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: Nemegosenda Lake alkalic rock complex, district of Sudbury. [R P Sage; Ontario. Ministry of Northern Development and Mines.; Ontario Geological Survey.]. Get this from a library. Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: Schryburt Lake Carbonatite Complex, district of Kenora.

[R P Sage]. Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario by R. Sage 20 editions - first published in Geology of the Carb Lake Carbonatite Complex by R.P. Sage Parts of this publication may be quoted if credit is given.

It is recommended that reference to this report be made in the following form: Sage, R.P. Geology of the Carb Lake Carbonatite Complex, Ontario Geological Survey Open File Report66p., 2 tables, 2 figures and I map. potential of alkalic rock-carbonatite intrusions, an examination of the Schryburt Lake Carbonatite Complex was completed.

The Schryburt Lake Carbonatite Complex lies within the Gods Lake Subprovince of 1 Geologist, Precambrian Geology Section, Ontario Geological Survey, Toronto. Approved for publishing by John Wood, Chief Geologist, April 25, In some complexes, calcite-rich carbonatite is mined as a source of lime to produce Portland cement, and in Europe, carbonatites have provided lime and iron for hundreds of years (Dawson, ; Deans, ; Bowden, ).

Carbonatites are igneous rocks which contain at least 50% modal carbonate minerals. some 35 major alkalic rock localities in the United States 13 are known to have carbonatites. The total volume of carbonatites for the world is exceedingly small; they form an average of 10~ or less of their host alkalic complexes and alkalic rocks constitute no more than l ~o of all igneous rocks.

Summary Report Firesand Property, McMurray and Lastheels Townships, Ontario, Canada Geology of Carbonatite - Alkalic Rock Complexes in Ontario: Firesand River Carbonatite Complex, District of Algoma; Ontario Geological Survey, Study 47, 82p. Sage, R.P. (): Alkalic rock, carbonatite and kimberlite complexes of Ontario, Superior Province.

Alkaline rock and carbonatite complexes, including the Prairie Lake complex (NW Ontario), are widely distributed in the Canadian region of the Midcontinent Rift in North America. Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: Cargill Township carbonatite complex, district of Cochrane (Ontario Geological Survey study, ISSN ; 36) Includes index.

ISBN 1. Carbonatites Ontario Cargill. Alkalic igneous rocks Ontario Cargill. Ontario. Ministry of Northern Development and Mines. ontario rocks Download ontario rocks or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get ontario rocks book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Geology of carbonatite alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: Seabrook Lake carbonatite complex, district of Algoma (Ontario Geological Survey study, ISSN ; 31) Includes index.

ISBN 1. Carbonatites Ontario Seabrook Lake (Algoma) 2. Alkalic igneous rocks Ontario Seabrook Lake (Algoma) I. Ontario. The pear-shaped outcrop of the alkalic rock complex at Powderhorn, Gunnison County, covers approximately 12 square miles. About 70 percent is underlain by pyroxenite which is intruded and/or replaced by concentric suites of nepheline and melilite-bearing rocks, magnetite-perovskite concentrations, biotite-rich zones, and by hamptonsbeachouse.com by: 02/22/ (R Tuomi) - Dominant rock type encountered in drilling is a pale pink to grey or white carbonate containing scattered books of reddish-brown biotite or phlogopite, scattered grains of magnetite, wisps of fiberous amphibole, and lenses of apatite grains, In thin sections the carbonate forms about 80% of the carbonatite and is a.

Carbonatite occurs in Archean rocks northwest of the Sudbury Igneous Complex(SIC), the Nemag Lake fenites occur in deformed rocks of the Huronian Supergroup at the western end of the Great Lakes Tectonic Zone southwest of Sudbury and.

Laboratory spectral reflectance measurements were made in the to mu m wavelength range for samples collected from four North American carbonatite-alkalic igneous rock complexes.

Alkalic rock spectra produced few absorption features; however, the carbonatites typically showed conspicuous carbonate, ferric and ferrous iron, and in some cases rare earth element absorption hamptonsbeachouse.com by: R.

Sage () Geology of Carbonatite - Alkalic Rock Complexes in Ontario: Lackner Lake Alkalic Rock Complex District of Sudbury. Mines and Minerals Division Ontario Geological Survey Study 32 This page contains all mineral locality references listed on hamptonsbeachouse.com Carbonatite is a type of intrusive or extrusive igneous rock defined by mineralogic composition consisting of greater than 50% carbonate minerals.

Carbonatites may be confused with marble and may require geochemical verification. Carbonatites usually occur as small plugs within zoned alkalic intrusive complexes, or as dikes, sills, breccias, and veins. They are almost exclusively associated with Primary: carbonate minerals, (> 50%). within zoned alkalic intrusive complexes, or as dikes, sills, breccias, and veins.

Wall-rock alteration Carbonatite-containing complexes are typically surrounded by an aureole of metasomatized rock that is The Ontario carbonatite province and its phosphate potential: Economic Geology, v.

74. Sage, R.P. Geology of Carbonatite - Alkalic Rock Complexes in Ontario: Big Beaver House Carbonatite Complex, District of Kenora; Ontario Geological Survey, Study 51, 71p. Use and Reproduction of Content: The Content may be used and reproduced only in accordance with applicable intellectual property laws.

The main true carbonatite rock at Laivajoki is calcite carbonatite, but here the carbonatite is almost pure calcite with only occasional grains of dolomite, no olivine or serpentine, and the phlogopite does not show the reverse pleochroism indicative of hamptonsbeachouse.com: H.

O’Brien. The ijolite series and carbonatite from the Spanish River complex, Townships andOntario, intruded ± m.y. ago, are normally magnetized, yielding a Cited by: Geology of the Cargill Phosphate Deposit In Northern Ontario and engineering and economic studies.

The Cargill alkalic complex, comprising principally carbonatite and pyroxenite-amphibolite rocks, was intruded into the rift system, of the Kapuskasing High during late Precambrian time about 1, million years ago, near the intersection of.

Complex. The Ontario Geological Survey donated copies of Geological Studies 27, 45 and 46 and Geological Report to the Institute of Lake Superior Geology in support of the alkalic rock field trip.

These reports provide the background data and more detailed maps for the Slate Islands, Killala Lake. Sage () Geology of Carbonatite - Alkalic Rock Complexes in Ontario: Lackner Lake Alkalic Rock Complex District of Sudbury.

Mines and Minerals Division Ontario. Using rapid-quench cold-seal high-pressure vessels at temperatures of – °C at 1 kbar pressure, we investigate the saturation of Na-carbonatite with minerals (calcite, apatite, clinopyroxene, nepheline, wollastonite, nyerereite, combeite) that are saturated in possible conjugate silicate magmas erupted at Oldoinyo Lengai (for methods, see the GSA Data Repository 1).Cited by: Feb 12,  · Alkaline rock and carbonatite complexes, including the Prairie Lake complex (NW Ontario), are widely distributed in the Canadian region of the Midcontinent Rift in North America.

It has been suggested that these complexes were emplaced during the main stage of rifting magmatism and are related to a mantle hamptonsbeachouse.com by: 8. The Larvik Batholith is of Permian age, about – million years old.

Larvikite is also found in the Killala Lake Alkalic Rock Complex near Thunder Bay in Ontario, Canada. The name originates from the town of Larvik in Norway, where this type of igneous rock is found.

The new phosphate mine and mill complex located southwest of Kapuskasing, Ontario, was constructed to replace an offshore supply of phosphate rock, and produces a high-grade phosphate concentrate. The Cargill Township Carbonatite Complex is one of a series of carbonatite complexes in the region that are hosted by the Ga aged Kapuskasing Author: Reno Pressacco.

Sage, R.P. () Geology of Prairie Lake Carbonatite Complex, District of Thunder Bay. Ontario Geological Survey, Study 46, 91p. Chakhmouradian,A.R et. al.() Marianoite, A new member of the cuspidine group from the Prairie Lake silicocarbonatite, Ontario.

Jul 12,  · Outcrops of Orbicular Granite in Lanark County, Ontario “Orbicular granite (also known as orbicular rock or orbiculite) is an uncommon plutonic rock type which is usually granitic in composition. These rocks have a unique appearance due to orbicules - concentrically layered, spheroidal structures, probably formed through nucleation around a Author: Christopher Brett.

Coldwell complex, Thunder Bay District, Ontario, Canada: Located on the north shore of Lake Superior the Coldwell complex is the largest alkaline complex in North America, with an approximate area of km². Coordinates are for the outcrop photos along. 10, 3, / Internal structures and geological setting of the three agpaitic intrusions: Khibina and Lovozero of the Kola Peninsula and Ilímaussaq, South Greenland; The differentiation of agpaitic magmas: the Ilímaussaq Intrusion, South Greenland; Experimental studies bearing on the origin of the alkalic rock - Carbonatite complex and.

May 05,  · Geology of carbonatite – alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: Killala Lake alkalic rock complex, District of Thunder Bay. Ontario Geological Survey Study p. Google ScholarCited by: 7. Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario Get this from a library.

Geology of carbonatite-alkalic rock complexes in Ontario: Spanish River Carbonatite Complex. Lackner Lake (Nemegos) Alkalic igneous rare earth element deposit in Ontario, Canada. Map. XMLIndustrial minerals - a global geology: London, Industrial Minerals Information Ltd., p.

and Watkinson, D.H.,Alkalic rock-carbonatite complexes of the Superior Structural Province northern Ontario, Canada: Chronique De La. Mineralogy of the Clay-Howells magnetite carbonatite: An A-type granite-related ‘carbonatite’ Zurevinski, S.E.* and R.H. Mitchell Department of Geology, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON.

Carbonatite is an igneous rock, found as subvolcanic intrusions and as lavas and tuffs, usually consisting largely of calcite and/or dolomite.

There are also alkalic (or natro-) carbonatites, which consist of complex carbonates of Na, Ca, and K. All are now considered to be essentially of magmatic origin, although sometimes modified by metasomatism.Paleomagnetism of the Spanish River Alkalic Rock–Carbonatite Complex, Twps.

andOntario Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 11(6) · February with 29 Reads.Rutan Hill rises about feet (82 m) above the adjacent creek valley to an elevation of just over 1, feet ( m).

This hill lies entirely within private, posted property. This nondescript hill is the surface expression of a diatreme that is the northern part of the Late Ordovician Beemerville Alkaline Complex.

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