Sudbury mineral occurrence study

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  • COMDA 1985-1990,
  • Wanapitei Lake area - Mineral occurrences

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Pagination235 p.
Number of Pages235
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Open LibraryOL21985689M
ISBN 100772981035

Located on the southern rim of one of the world’s largest and best-exposed meteorite impact sites, close to many mines and diverse geological environments, Sudbury is truly the best place in the world to study Geology. Sudbury’s massive deposits of nickel, copper and platinum group elements provide unique opportunities for field instruction. The mineralization is enriched in platinum, palladium and gold, and contains a number of different platinum and palladium minerals in sub-microscopic amounts including michenerite (Pd, Pt) BiTe, merenskyite (Pd,Pt)(Te,Bi)2, volynskite AgBiTe2, sperrylite PtAs2 and an unknown copper-palladium-bismuth sulphide mineral.   Sudbury Project Developments. Since the Sudbury project began in , Inventus has identified many new mineral prospects above the . SHATTER CONES AND ASSOCIATED SHOCK-METAMORPHIC MICRODEFORMATIONS IN MINERALS – THE CASE OF THE SUDBURY IMPACT STRUCTURE, CANADA.L. Ferrière1 and G. R. Osinski2, 1Natural History Museum, Burgring 7, A Vienna, Austria.([email protected]), 2Dept. Earth Sciences/Centre for Planetary Exploration, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, .

  Inventus is a mineral exploration and development company focused on the world-class mining district of Sudbury, Ontario. Our principal assets are a % interest in the Pardo Paleoplacer Gold Project and the Sudbury Project located northeast of Sudbury. Pardo is the first important paleoplacer gold discovery found in North America. A study of precious-metal mineral distribution in local haloes around Cu-rich stringers, MD3 zone, Morrison Deposit, Sudbury, Ontario JA Huggins1, AM McDonald1 1Mineral Exploration Research Centre, Department of Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario The Morrison deposit, owned by KGHM in Sudbury, Ontario, hosts a series of Fe. Experiencing symptoms after heart transplantation may hamper the heart recipient’s self-management which can lead to negative effects. We know little about symptom occurrence and distress after heart transplantation, especially in relation to sociodemographic variables. The aim of the study was to explore self-reported symptom occurrence and distress after heart transplantation and their. Transmission electron microscopy shows the occurrence of NPs of anglesite (PbSO 4), Fe–As-phosphate, kintoreite (Pb[(Fe,Al) 3 (P(As)O 4)(PO 3 (OH))(OH) 6]), and franklinite (ZnFe 2 O 4) in matrices of amorphous silica which retain different stages of their agglomeration and aggregation. Other identified nano-size phases in the MSC and MOM.

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By Tom Jewiss. Often, if not always, when the mining history of the Sudbury region is considered, is treated as the starting date. For it was in August of that year that Thomas Flanagan, a blacksmith on the Canadian Pacific Railway, noticed a rust coloured patch of rock while working with a crew in a recently blasted rock cut north-west of present-day Sudbury.

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The mineral here described was found by the writer last summer in a pegmatite dike in the north west corner of lot 4, conc. 3, Dill township, Sudbury district. An opening had been made in the dike from which one carload o{ feldspar was shipped. The dike is 30 to 40 feet wide and is exposed for a length of feet cutting biotite-garnet-gneiss.

Sudbury Breccia occurs as dykes and dyke swarms within the brecciated footwall rocks and can host the rich copper-nickel-(Pt-Pd-Au) footwall orebodies found in Sudbury. The Sudbury Igneous Complex is the main mineral-bearing part of the Sudbury mineral occurrence study book structure and is considered to be a layered impact melt sheet.

The common occurrence of talc, which also bears MgO, in association with orthopyroxene, warrants additional focus on this mineral. This paper reviews the occurrences of pyroxene and talc in sulphide ore bodies, focussing on the Merensky ore in South Africa and the Sudbury ores in Canada.

Reference Location: Sudbury RGO. Book - Mineral Deposits Studies in the Huntsville -Parry Sound Powassan Area, p. Publication Number: OFR Date: Author: Marmont, C. and Johnston M. Publisher Name: OGS. Reference Location: Sudbury RGO. Book - Pegmatite Mineral Resources of Ontario, p.

Mineral Deposit Identification; Deposit Name(s) American Metal #1 -Siragusa #20 -Cunningham Copper Float #2 - Related Deposit Type.

heralded the entry of the Sudbury area into an era of export specialization based on the mineral wealth of the Sudbury resulting optimism prompted Sudbury to become an incorporated town in The subsequent exploitation and settlement of the region was, from the outset, subjected to many outside influences.

Economi­. Get this from a library. Rocks and minerals for the collector: Sudbury to Winnipeg. [Ann P Sabina] -- This guidebook describes mineral, rock and fossil occurrences between Sudbury, Ontario and Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is one of a series of guidebooks covering collecting localities in various.

Another field of special study has to do with the nickel ores at Sudbury Ontario, and other localities. In this direction such observers as Campbell and Knight (), Lindgren and Davy (), Short and Shannon (), and Buddington () have carried out.

A unique feature of the Sudbury impact structure is the Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC), a differentiated impact melt sheet (e.g., Faggart et al. ;Grieve ;Dickin et al. Dickin et al. The Lac Panache (Nipissing) gabbro intrudes Huronian metasediments ca. 40 km southwest of the Sudbury Igneous Complex.

The gabbro contains disseminated sulfides and is in contact with a chalcopyrite-rich quartz vein that crystallized from highly saline fluids ( ± 3 equivalent wt.% NaCl) at a minimum temperature of ± 27 °C. This book is designed to emphasize concepts that can be applied across a broad range of ore deposit types beyond Sudbury and nickel deposit geology.

It is an essential resource for exploration geologists, university researchers, and government scientists, and can be used in rock and mineral analysis, remote sensing, and geophysical applications. In there was a find of SPERRYLITE crystals in the Sudbury basin at the the Broken Hammer deposit.

The claim owner WALLBRIDGE MININGS teamed up with ALPINE GEMS (Brad Wilson) to mine and sell these Sperrylite specimens on the mineral market. All of the Sperrylite crystals came from a surface pit and most are in a metamorphosed Epidote.

Mining Matters is a charitable organization dedicated to bringing knowledge and awareness about Canada's geology and mineral resources to students, educators and the public. The organization provides current information about rocks, minerals, metals, mining and the diverse career opportunities available in the minerals industry.

A company with a burgeoning world-class nickel project near Timmins is showing a dramatic spike with its latest resource estimate. With an exploration drilling campaign still underway, Toronto's Canada Nickel Company released an updated mineral count for its Crawford nickel-cobalt sulphide project.

The resource in the measured and inferred categories has more than doubled. SUDBURY, ON, Nov. 18, /CNW/ - Frontier Lithium Inc. (TSXV: FL) (the "Company") announces the closing of a non-brokered Flow Through private. T he S udbury structure, Ontario, is the remnant of a Ga old impact crater, which originally had a diameter of to Sudbury Igneous Complex occurs within the Sudbury structure.

The Sudbury Igneous Complex is a to km-thick, ~ × km elliptical igneous-rock body, which consists of four major lithologies (from top to bottom) traditionally termed "granophyre. MS Book and Mineral Company Geologic Catalog of Canada: Home Page: Sale: List of Catalogs: Contact information E.

/ KIRKLAND LAKE GOLD AREA (A DETAILED STUDY OF THE CENTRAL ZONE AND VICINITY), ONTARIO, Toronto,cl[2], pages, 23 plates in pocket / A DISCUSSION OF SUDBURY GEOLOGY AND SULPHIDE DEPOSITS, Toronto,pb, "The Sudbury Basin, also known as Sudbury Structure or the Sudbury Nickel Irruptive, is a major geological structure in Ontario, Canada.

It is the second-largest known impact crater or astrobleme on Earth, as well as one of the oldest. The basin is located on the Canadian Shield in the city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario. 37, 6, / Nomenclature of the alunite supergroup; Ludwigite from the type locality, Ocna de Fier, Romania: new data and review; The differential thermal analysis of gaudefroyite; Chlorine-bearing amphiboles from the Faser Mine, Sudbury, Ontario; The occurrence and crystal structure of foitite from a tungsten-bearing vein at Copper Mountain.

Contaminated soils in the Greater Sudbury area (Ontario, Canada) exhibit elevated Cu and Ni concentrations whose geochemical behavior appears contradictory, with Cu appearing to b.

A feasibility study on a mothballed Red Lake mine project is due out in the second half of By that time Rubicon Minerals expects to prove up more ounces at its shuttered Phoenix Gold operation as underground drilling continues to expand the gold resource base.

The Toronto mine developer’s updated estimated gold count for the project showsounces of gold in the. This study reports the first documented occurrence of platinum group-minerals (PGM) in the vicinity of the Voisey’s Bay magmatic sulfide ore deposit. The PGM are present in a sulfide poor, hornblende gabbro dyke in the Southeast Extension Zone of the massive sulfide Ovoid deposit.

The dyke has somewhat elevated concentrations of platinum-group elements (PGE) and gold (up to g/t Pt. "Dana's Minerals and How to Study Them" came in the condition described by the seller. It is a classic work and an excellent addition to my library of books relating to the identification of minerals.

It is an excellent balance between technical and is also a rare find. I would highly recommend it to other rock and mineral s: 4. Many important metals occur as sulfide, arsenide, and antimonide minerals, especially in the Sudbury mineral complex.

The first step in processing these ores involves "roasting" the ore in air to produce the metal or metal oxide, along with nonmetal oxides that can be serious pollutants if not trapped. Lackner Lake complex, Lackner Township, Sudbury District, Ontario, Canada: The complex is a 28 square kilometer circle and consists of a series of arcuate ridges of ijolite, malignite, and nepheline syenite cut by niobium-bearing carbonatite dikes.

Biotite is a common phyllosilicate mineral within the mica group, with the approximate chemical formula K(Mg, Fe) 3 AlSi 3 O 10 (F, OH) name “biotite” is used in the field and in entry-level geology courses because these minerals generally cannot be distinguished without optical, chemical, or x.

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brine mineral occurrence in the diablo mountain wilderness study area, oregon, and its possible significance to pacific rim tradeAuthor: et al Peters, Thomas J.An ore is a natural occurrence of rock or sediment which contains enough minerals with economically important elements, typically metals, that can be extracted from the deposit economically.

The ores are extracted by mining for a profit from the earth; they are then refined (often by smelting) in order to extract the valuable elements.