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Geology of the Conglomerate Lake area, District of Thunder Bay

S. E. Amukun

Geology of the Conglomerate Lake area, District of Thunder Bay

by S. E. Amukun

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Published by Ministry of Natural Resources in [Toronto], Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

PRIORITY 3.

Statementby S.E. Amukun.
SeriesOntario Geological Survey report,, 197
Classifications
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 101 p. ;
Number of Pages101
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1900480M
ISBN 100774346922
LC Control Number90100914
OCLC/WorldCa6951637

Dutton, C.E., , Geology of the Florence Area, USGS Professional Paper Modern Plate Tectonics Kona sulfide and copper depositional mineralization Franklin, J.M., , Proterozoic Rocks in the Thunder Bay Area, ILSG Vol. Dam Failure Inundation for the Bay Area- maps for each city Earthquake Maps-find the street you live on and what the damage would be for quakes on Bay Area Faults Earthquakes - Up-To-Date Map for the Bay Area; Faults in the General Bay Area. SF Bay Faults; San Francisco/Bay Area Map; Calaveras Fault Tour Through Hollister, CA.

Stromatolite from Thunder Bay. Wayne DeBrusk of Shuniah Twp. near Thunder Bay has donated a wonderful example of stromatolitic limestone, originally from the Eaglehead Lake area north of Thunder Bay. This one was found in a gravel pit. Strom as Wayne calls it is installed in our rock garden. Close up of the stromatolites showing the cone-shaped growth lines of the. NPGS Niagara Peninsula Geological Society Field Trip Info Sheet Thunder Bay field trip - puddingstone locations - Ontario Page 3 of 3 • The best material is usually obtained from boulders, found in glacial drift or on beaches along Lake.

*conglomerate* Coarse grained (rudaceous [1]) rock with rounded clasts [2] that are greater than 2mm in size. Conglomerates may be termed ‘intraformational’ if formed of local, recently deposited clasts, or ‘extraformational’ if the clasts are derived from outside the area of deposition.   Originally published in , this book contains a condensed account of the geology of the Lake District and how geology has influenced its visible features. The text is illustrated with a number of drawings and photographs showing significant geological structures, and points of interest to the trained geologist are printed in smaller : J. E. Marr.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Amukun, S.E. Geology of the Conglomerate Lake area, District of Thunder Bay. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Geology of the Conglomerate Lake area, District of Thunder Bay (Ontario Geological Survey report) [Amukun, S.

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E Amukun. A map of the Thunder Bay area showing the location of the GeoTour stops. Thick diabase layers form long and high cliffs, or “escarpments”, that dominate the landscapes around Thunder Bay.

Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake by surface. area, has a. The Black River area adjoins the Pic River area on the east and extends north to the Manitouwadge Area (Map No.

The area covered in this report lies between latitudes 48°45 T and 49°07 and longitudes 85°32» and 86°05» in the District of Thunder Bay.

This represents about square. The Granitehill Lake map-area is situated approximately 40 miles north of White River, Ontario. This area straddles the Algoma-Thunder Bay district boundary and falls within the Sault Ste. Marie Mining Division on the east side of the boundary and in the Thunder Bay Mining Division on the west Size: 5MB.

An excellent book for anyone interested in the geology of the San Francisco Bay Region (which has some of the most exciting and diverse geology anywhere).

I especially like that it's organized by area, and at the end of each chapter tells you places to go to see the geology of that by: Geology. Province: Superior Subprovince: Wawa Belt: Schreiber-hemlo Geological Age: Neoarchean Geochronological Age: - ma Metamorphism Type: shear Metamorphism Grade: amphibolite Geology Comments.

08/30/ (Q Unknown) - The main ore zone occurs within the Moose Lake Formation, a narrow band situated between the hanging wall Cedar Creek Formation and the footwall.

During the early ’s, two Cambridge geologists, John E. Marr ( – ) and Alfred Harker ( – ), undertook extensive geological fieldwork in the English Lake District. PYE,EG () Geology and Scenery: Rainy Lake and East to Lake Superior. ODM Geol. Guide Book 1, pp. PYE,EG () Roadside geology of Ontario: North Shore of Lake Superior.

OGS Rock On Series 2, pp. [update and revision of the author's "Geology and Scenery: North Shore of Lake Superior", ODM Geol. Guide Book 2, pp., ]. ROSE,WI. General Geology Map of Mining Area, East Arm, Great Slave Lake, Northwestern Territories, Map is handed colored in 5 color to show rocks types found at the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Company of Canada, Ltd., several mining sites marked on map showing locations for Cn, Zn, Au, U, Th, Ag, W, Sn, etc., folded map, no date, x 61 cm (14 x.

Publication - Geology of the Black River Area, District Of Thunder Bay. Publication Number: R Date: Author: Milne, V.G. Publisher Name: OGS. Book - National Geochemical Reconnaissance Release NGRRegional Lake Sediment and Water Geochemical Reconnaissance Data, Ontario Eastern Shore, Lake Superior.

Bedrock Geology of the Grand Lake Area Aroostook, Hancock Penobscot, and Washington Counties, Maine By DAVID M. LARRABEE, CHARLES W. SPENCER, and DONALD J.

SWIFT CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN E Description of the rocks and geologic structure of an area in eastern MaineCited by: 9.

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Report of the Bureau of Mines I Part 6; p Sapawe Lake ; Rainy River District ; Previous work done in area ; Topography and drainage in area ; Average elevation of area ; Atikokan River ; Steeprock Lake ; Crooked Pine Lake ; Waterfall on Atikokan River (photo) ; Whiskey Jack Lake ; Magnetic Lake ; Waterfalls in area ; Seine River ; Reserve Island (photo) ; Timber resources.

An impact origin for the Sudbury structure in Ontario has long been accepted, but knowledge of the corresponding ejecta was limited to fall-back breccia in the relict crater at Sudbury. The more distant ejecta blanket was discovered only recently near Thunder Bay, Ontario, and later in other parts of the Lake Superior region.

Geology of the San Francisco Bay Region, by Doris Sloan, UC Press,pages, $ “The world-famous Bay Area rocks tell a geologic story that reads like a Russian novel with a very large cast of characters.

Because of our plate tectonic history, we have a crazy-quilt pattern of rocks almost defying description and. Franciscan Complex, unit 1 (Coast Ranges) (Jurassic to Cretaceous) at surface, covers 41 % of this area.

Franciscan complex: Cretaceous and Jurassic sandstone with smaller amounts of shale, chert, limestone, and conglomerate. Includes Franciscan melange, except where separated--see KJfm. It would be difficult in a few pages to com- bine an attempt to give a general account of the geology of the district with adequate attention to the work carried out in the last thirty years, and the reader is, therefore, referred to Geology of the Lake District (Marr, S.E.

HOLLINGWORTH ) and to the Regional Geology: Northern Cited by: Numerous discoveries have been made in the District of Patricia around Red Lake, Woman Lake, Narrow Lake, Clearwater Lake, etc., forming an east and west mineral belt about miles long. The producing gold mines of Ontario are in Timiskaming and Keewatin.

the Rice Lake, W allace Lake, Red Lake, Confederation Lake, Meen-Dempster, Pickle Lake, and Fort Hope green- stone belts reflects a history of rifting beginning ca. Ga. The Animikie Group is a geologic group composed of sedimentary and metasedimentary rock, having been originally deposited between 2, and 1, million years ago during the Paleoproterozoic era, within the Animikie group of formations is geographically divided into the Gunflint Range, the Mesabi and Vermilion ranges, and the Cuyuna the map, the Animikie Group is the dark.Caribou Island is an uninhabited island in the eastern end of Lake Superior, 40 kilometres (25 mi) south of Michipicoten lies entirely within the territorial waters of Canada although only about five kilometres from the international border between Canada and the United is approximately kilometres ( mi) long and kilometres ( mi) wide, and 1, acres ( ha Coordinates: 47°21′33″N 85°48′36″W / °N .The conglomerate was mined in the reservoir area and used in the construction of the dam.

Large blocks of conglomerate and sandstone were used is the rip-rap to cover the downstream side of the dam. On the west side of the dam are bedrock outcrops consisting of serpentinite and silicified greenstone and chert.