2 edition of Geology and mineral potential of south-central Newfoundland found in the catalog.
Geology and mineral potential of south-central Newfoundland
S. P. Colman-Sadd
by Mineral Development Division, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador in St. John"s, Nfld
Written in English
|Statement||by S.P. Colman-Sadd and H.S. Swinden.|
|Series||Report (Newfoundland Mineral Development Division) -- 82-8|
|Contributions||Swinden, H. S., Newfoundland. Mineral Development Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
In central Newfoundland (NTS 12A/10, 15, 16, 2H/1), As, Pb, and Zn concentrations in the clay-sized ( ppm), exceeding levels commonly set for purposes of environmental protection. Near Pb-Zn mines at Buchans, geochemical variation with depth reflects the dispersal of detritus from mineralized bedrock, and differences in sediment type and provenance. Definition of levels of mineral resource potential and certainty of assessment 12 Resource/reserve classification 13 Geologic time chart 14 FIGURES 1. Index map showing the location of the Mecca Hills Wilderness Study Area, Riverside County, California C2 2. Map showing mineral resource potential and generalized geology of the Mecca Hills Author: Douglas M. Morton, J.E. Kilburn, Andrew Griscom, H.W. Campbell.
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The Midcontinent Rift System (MRS) or Keweenawan Rift is a 2, km (1, mi) long geological rift in the center of the North American continent and south-central part of the North American formed when the continent's core, the North American craton, began to split apart during the Mesoproterozoic era of the Precambrian, about billion years ago. The original FTG data were acquired by Bell Geospace, collected on behalf of Celtic Minerals Ltd.. • The original aeromagnetic data were extracted from a compilation made by the Newfoundland and Labrador Government Department of Natural Resources. Experimental features • Raw field geology data and sub-surface 3-D geophysical model resultsCited by: 1.
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