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Geology and Sulfide Deposits of the Matagami Area

Quebec. Dept. of Natural Resources. Mineral Deposits Service.

Geology and Sulfide Deposits of the Matagami Area

Abitibi-East County.

by Quebec. Dept. of Natural Resources. Mineral Deposits Service.

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SeriesQuebec Dept. of Natural Resources Geological Report -- 137
ContributionsSharpe, J.
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Open LibraryOL21796846M

California Journal of Mines and Geology Preview this book bank bedrock body Canon caps carries cent channel City claim clay coal coarse comprises consist contains copper County course Creek deep deposits depth developments developments consist dike dips distance District drift east employed extends Flat foot Fork gold grade granite 4/5(1). The Kabanga Ni sulfide deposits, Tanzania: A review of ore-forming processes. Society of Economic Geologists. Reviews in Economic Geol Barnes S.-J. and Lightfoot P.C., Formation of magmatic nickel sulfide ore deposits and processes .

large active and fossil sulfide deposits in the rift valley and along the east wall of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 26'N. The sulfide deposits occur at water depths ranging from m on the wall of the valley to m at the valley floor, within an area of at least 5 km x @ona et al. a). The three mainFile Size: 3MB.   This suggests that the small amount of Pb and Zn in the sulfide globules may be sufficient (relative to contributed Cu) to account for the Pb and Zn in the Bingham replacement deposits. As an additional example, sample ET (Table 2) is from the glassy margin of a dike in the northern portion of the East Tintic district (Kim, ) where Cited by:

In both proximal footwall and hanging wall of the deposits (i.e., from Cited by: 3. Get this from a library! Let's talk ore deposits: proceedings of the Eleventh Biennial SGA Meeting, Antofagasta, Chile, September [Fernando Barra; Society for Geology Applied to Mineral Deposits. Meeting; Universidad Católica del Norte (Antofagasta, Chile)].


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Geology and Sulfide Deposits of the Matagami Area by Quebec. Dept. of Natural Resources. Mineral Deposits Service. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Geology and sulfide deposits of the Matagami area, Abitibi-East County. [John I Sharpe]. Several volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits have been mined in the Archean Matagami mining district (Abitibi subprovince, Quebec, Canada), but the volcanology of their host rocks has been little studied.

Most VMS lenses are located along a stratigraphic marker known as the Key by: 5. The Zn-Cu ores of the area are irregular replacement deposits in a series of typical Keewatin lavas, tuffs, and fragmentals. In general, the mineralized zone appears to extend around the W., NW., and N. sides of an area of basic intrusives known as the Bell River complex.

Cited by: 8. This book is written by a leading authority on the subject of magmatic sulfide deposits. An overview of deposit types, accompanied by a summary of the resources of nickel, copper and platinum-group elements in the world’s principal known deposits, is followed by a Cited by: Matagami was founded in with the development of mining in the area.

Previously, it existed only as a very small prospecting camp accessible only by float plane, but after a viable mineral deposit was found in the late s a permanent settlement began to bethe Quebec Toponomy Commission attempted to name the new community Mazenod after Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Country: Canada.

Sulfide Mineralization at the Voiseys Bay Deposit, Labrador, and the Eagle Deposit, Northern Michigan Edward M. Ripley and Chusi Li Chapter 8: Insights into the Geologic Setting and Origin of Ni-Cu-PGE Sulfide Deposits of the Norilsk-Talnakh Region, Siberia Nicholas T.

Arndt Chapter 9: The Kabanga Ni Sulfide Deposits, Tanzania:Cited by: 34, 4, / Silver in sulfide chimneys and mounds from 13oN and 21oN, East Pacific Rise; Feruvite from the Sullivan Pb-Zn-Ag deposit, British Columbia; Fibrous foitite from San Piero in Campo, Elba, Italy; Geochemistry of cassiterite and its inclusions and exsolution products from tin and tungsten in Portugal; The structure of sabinaite; The.

Vanadium mineralization occurs in oxide-rich horizons within the layered gabbro zones of the upper parts of the Bell River Complex, Matagami, Quebec and the Lac Dore Complex, Chibougamau, Quebec.

MAGMATIC SULFIDE DEPOSITS (MODELS 1, 2b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, and 7a; Page, a-g) by Michael P. Foose, Michael L. Zientek, and Douglas P. Klein SUMMARY OF RELEVANT GEOLOGIC, GEOENVIRONMENTAL, AND GEOPHYSICAL INFORMATION Deposit geology Magmatic sulfide deposits are sulfide mineral concentrations in mafic and ultramafic rocks derived from immiscible.

On the Size and Spacing of Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits within a District with Application to the Matagami District, Quebec Article (PDF Available) in Economic Geology (7) Geology and Metallogeny of Sul˜de Deposits Noril’sk Region U.S.S.R. O.A. Duzhikov and V.V. Distler, Editors Noril'sk area and the mineralization specific to this region.

Considerable awareness of the Noril'sk area has been Copper-nickel sulfide ore-bearing formations Ore. The Kuroko and Related Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Deposits: Economic Geology Monograph 5, p.

6 Atlas of Alteration Table 1: Summary of assemblages of alteration minerals, commonly used terminology, and the environment of formation. Magmatic Sulfide-Rich Nickel-Copper Deposits Related to Picrite and (or) Tholeiitic Basalt Dike-Sill Complexes: A Preliminary Deposit Model By Klaus J.

Schulz 1, Val W. Chandler 2, Suzanne W. Nicholson 1, Nadine Piatak 1, Robert R. Seal, II 1, Laurel G. Woodruff 3, and Michael L.

Zientek 4. 1 U.S. Geological Survey, National Center, Reston, VA 2 Minnesota Geological Survey,   The Key Tuffite is a stratigraphic marker unit for most of the zinc-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits of the Matagami Camp in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt.

This 2- to 6-m-thick unit was previously interpreted as a mixture of ash fall (andesitic to rhyolitic tuffaceous components) and volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS)-related chemical seafloor precipitate (exhalative component).Cited by: Massive sulfide deposits, gold deposits, and tin-bearing minerals occur in rocks of the Carolina slate belt in South Carolina and adjacent Georgia.

The belt of greenschist metamorphic rocks in which the ore deposits occur is mostly Cambrian in age. It is divided into an upper metasedimentary unit and a lower unit of predominantly felsic metavolcanic and metavolcaniclastic by: The geology of the Musofu River and Mkushi areas: Explanation of degree sheetpart of N.W.

quarter, and S.W. quarter (Report of the Geological Survey) [Stillman, C. J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The geology of the Musofu River and Mkushi areas: Explanation of degree sheetpart of N.W.

quarter. Introduction. Nearly 40 years after the first discovery of seafloor hydrothermal venting and associated massive sulfide deposits at mid-ocean ridges (Corliss et al.,Francheteau et al.,Spiess et al., ), high temperature “black smoker” hydrothermal systems are now known to occur in all ocean basins and along mid-ocean ridges of all spreading rates (German and Seyfried Cited by: Base Metal Sulfide Deposits in Sedimentary and Volcanic Environments Proceedings of the DMG-GDMB-SGA-Meeting Aachen, Series: Special Publication of the Society for.

foundland Appalachians, sulfide-bearing mudstones are abundant and are spatially associated with numerous deposits and prospects (e.g., Swinden, ; McNicoll et al., ; Fig. 1A, B). However, very few studies have been undertaken to understand their geology and lithogeochemistry, as well as theFile Size: 4MB.

Allard, G. et al. Precambrian Geology & Mineral Deposits of the Noranda-Val d'Or & Matagami-Chibougamau Greenstone Belts, ational Geological Congress,24th International Geological Congress, Guidebook, AC Softbound, previous owners name, minor signs of use, text in very good condition.

Sulfur and oxygen isotope analyses have been obtained for barite samples from the giant stratiform sulfide barite deposits at Red Dog in the western Brooks Range of Alaska, from stratiform barite deposits elsewhere in the Red Dog district, and from stratiform and vein and breccia barite occurrences in the central Brooks Range.

Twelve of the 15 deposits studied lie within middle to Upper.Some of the world’s largest sulfide deposits are around the Lake Superior region, which happens to contain almost 10% of world’s entire supply of freshwater.

Yellow Dog Peridotite, and Echo Lake Gabbro in Michigan, as well as the Mellen Complex in Wisconsin are potential locations for sulfide mines (see the map below for locations with.Base metal, gold deposits, and algoma-type iron formation in western Georgia were products of hydrothermal activity.

The protoliths of coticule and garnet-bearing iron formation were hydrothermal sediments deposited on or very near sea-floor basalt in the vicinity of a hydrothermal vent and mixed with significant quantities, possibly >50 pct in the case of coticules, of pelagic or terrigenous.