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Geology of the Redstone River Area District of Timiskaming.

Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. Division of Mines.

Geology of the Redstone River Area District of Timiskaming.

by Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. Division of Mines.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesGeoscience report -- 161
ContributionsPyke, D.R.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21808298M

Please note that the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library holds most of the rare map collection at the University of Toronto Partial List of Rare Canadian Maps At the Map & Data Library. Map of the Province of Ontario showing location of Mining road projects, Ontario Dominion Agreement , vote no. [ca. ,,]; Map of north-eastern Ontario and north-western .   A) Geological setting prior to Timiskaming deposition. The southern part of the Blake River Group is tilted to the North, the Malartic Group is tilted to the SW, and the Pontiac subprovince experience thrusting and folding during the N-S collisional event (Benn et al., ). B) Timiskaming deposition during shallow-level shortening.

  Clockwise from below, these are the Skead, Redstone River and Blake River volcanoes. The physical form of the component volcanic units provides insight into the environments of the accumulation. Lava flows in the three volcanoes commonly range in thickness from 7 to m, the average of 25 measured flows being 70 m. These waterproof maps are folded into a small booklet format with each page centered on the river. One of the hardest parts of finding a new fishing spot is determining parking and access locations. These Fishing & River Map Guides clearly show access points and the patchwork of ownership that are typical of the land adjacent to rivers.

  Sudbury District Geologist for the Resident Geologist Program of the Ontario Geological Survey. Over thirty years of well-rounded experience in geology and geochemistry, in both research and mineral exploration (nickel, VMS, gold). Bilingual (English and French).Title: Geologist, Ph.D. Timiskaming District ⓘ Kirkland Lake Township (Teck Township) F. R. Ploeger () No. S24 Kirkland Lake Gold Study, District of Timiskaming pp in Summary of Field Work, , by the Ontario Geological Survey, edited by V.G. Milne, O.L. White, R.B. Barlow, J.A. Robertson and A.C. Colvine, Ontario Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Paper.


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Geology of the Redstone River Area District of Timiskaming by Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. Division of Mines. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geography. The district is formed by the original townsite for Redstone, using original surveyed lot boundaries on the north, south and east. It is a strip of land running north-south along the Crystal River for a mile and a half ( km). Redstone Boulevard (also County Route 3), lined with some of its original Llewellyn Westinghouse cast iron streetlamps, is the backbone of the ect: Theodore Boal.

OF MINES, 38TH ANNUAL REPORT complete volume, light wear,vg, includes BOSTON-SKEAD GOLD-COPPER AREA, DISTRICT OF TIMISKAMING, 28 pp., figs, included along with 3 other reports on Oba Area of the Algoma District, Thunder Bay lead and zinc deposits, and SOME IRON AND GOLD DEPOSITS OF RAINY RIVER DISTRICT.

Price: $. Examination of the Timiskaming rocks discloses that the provenance area was composed of basic volcanics an intrusives, rhyolites and acid porphyries of great variety, minor amounts of chert, Fe formation, jasper and slaty graywackes, and rare syenite, granite and gneiss.

Disintegration of the Geology of the Redstone River Area District of Timiskaming. book of the area was largely by: The Larder Lake district lies along a narrow band of Timiskaming sediments which extends from Kenogami, Ontario, to beyond the Bell River in Quebec.

On the Omega property, lavas and tuffs of the underlying Keewatin outcrop in the middle of this band in a sharply folded anticline overturned to the by: 1. Bruce, E.L. Redstone River area, District of Timiskaming, Ontario; Ontario Department of Mines, Annual Report Map 35h, scale Use and Reproduction of Content: The EIP and the Content may be used and reproduced only in accordance with applicable intellectual property laws.

Non-commercial use of unsubstantial excerpts of the Content is. Full text of "Geology of an area adjoining the east side of Lake Timiskaming, Quebec" See other formats CANADA DEPARTMENT OF MINES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BRANCH Hon.

TEMPLEHAN, MINISTER; A. Low, DEPUTY MINISTER; R. BROCK, DIRECTOR GEOLOGY OF AN AREA ADJOINING THE EAST SIDE LAKE TIMISKAMING QUEBEC BY. Map - Geological series, Precambrian geology of the Magusi River area, Cochrane and Timiskaming districts.

Publication Number: P Scale: Date: Publisher Name: OGS. Reference Location: Kirkland Lake RGO. Book - Preliminary report on the Timmins-Kirkland Lake area, gold deposits file, #G Full text of "Report on the geology of the area along the T. and N.O. Railway" From the North branch of the Grassy in the south of Za-\dtz township a lake and two portages connect with the Redstone river; and from the latter stream in the south of Bartlett a chain of seven lakes provide a good canoe route in a north-north-westerly direction.

This report describes briefly, the general geology, the structural geology, and the evidence of metallic mineralization of the Holmes-Burt Area, in the District of Timiskaming, about 15 miles west of Kirkland Lake. Figure 1 — Key map showing location of map- area.

Geology Comments 08/11/ (D Guindon) - The property is underlain by mafic metavolcanic rocks of the Kinojevis assemblage of the Western Abitibi subprovince, part of the Superior Province.

The rocks of the Blake River assemblage lie to the northeast and the contact between them is northwest trending about 3 km away. The silver mining area is located, mostly, on the western shore of Lake Temiskaming, in Ontario, on the border with Quebec, although some of the mines were located further away near Gowganda, New Liskeard and Elk Lake.

Geology (Geology – Origin and Processes taken, from Joyce et al, ) General Geology. DISCOVER THE JAMES BAY FRONTIER TRAVEL BROCHURE BOOK CHOCHRANE TIMISKAMING.

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in the publicatio'of his book on Mineral Deposits of the canadian Shield. gold area of Ontario. He also pioneered in the Little Long Lac area, Ontario, and contributed much in later years to the geology of the Geology of the basin of Red Lake, District of Patricia, Ont.

Dept. Mines, Aim. Rept' 33, Pt.4(t). Mineral. Map P Precambrian geology of the Lightning River area, District of Cochrane, scale or 1 inch to 1 mile --Map P Precambrian geology of the Magusi River area, Districts of Cochrane and Timiskaming, scale or 1 inch to 1 mile.

Ontaratue River, J, Travaillant Lake, O, and Canot Lake, P map-areas, District of Mackenzie, N Geological notes on northeastern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories / by J.A. Fraser; Surficial geology of Tuktoyaktuk, district of Mackenzie /. 38th Annual Report, part 2, / Burwash, E.

and Hurst, M. / GEOLOGY OF THE FORT HOPE GOLD AREA, DISTRICT OF KENORA (Patricia Portion) GEOLOGY OF THE AREA BETWEEN FAVOURABLE LAKE AND SANDY LAKE, DISTRICT OF KENORA, ONTARIO, Toronto, pb,92 pages, 49 illustrations, 8 sketch maps, 3 geologic maps (in. Geology of Rupert Bay -Missisicabi River area.

Quebec Department of Natural Resources, Preliminary Report20 p. Recurrent carbonate environments in the. Intrusions within the Gowg anda Area, Distri ct of Timiskaming.

Ontario Geological Survey, Open File Reportpp. Dressler BO () Geology of the Wanapitei Lake Area, District of. Subsurface geology, lower Mackenzie River and Anderson River area, District of Mackenzie.

[Ottawa] Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E J Tassonyi.

The study of the geology and ground-water resources of the Uma­ tilla River basin was begun in A reconnaissance study of the geology of the area, a well inventory, and a survey of water use were made, and a report was compiled that listed and interpreted the data.

This report is intended to assist in the wise development and man. Matachewan is a township in Timiskaming, Northeastern Ontario, Canada, located at the end of Ontario Highway 66 along the Montreal name is derived from the Cree word for "meeting of the currents".

The town's main economy is based on mineral mining, mainly gold mining, with some tourism.Ontario is located in east-central Canada. Ontario is bordered by the James Bay, Hudson Bay, Lake Superior, Lake Ontario, the United States to the south, Quebec to the east, and Manitoba to the west.

If you are interested in Ontario and the geography of Canada, our large laminated map of .Red River, Lamar, Delta, Hopkins, Franklin, Titus, Morris, Camp, and Cass. The mean annual rainfall of the region is about 48 inches, ranging from 45 inches in the west to a little more than 50 inches along the Arkansas State line.

The mean annual temperature is from 64° to 65° F. The district is traversed from east to west by three lines of.