6 edition of The Huronian formations of Timiskaming region, Canada found in the catalog.
|Statement||by W. H. Collins.|
|Series||Canada. Geological Survey. Museum bulletin no. 8. Geological series no. 22, Museum bulletin (Victoria Memorial Museum (Canada)) -- no. 8.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||15000113|
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The Huronian formations of Timiskaming region, Canada Paperback – by W. Collins (Author)Author: W. Collins. Get this from a library. The Huronian formations of Timiskaming region, Canada.
[W H Collins; Geological Survey of Canada.]. The Huronian formations of Timiskaming Region, Canada [electronic resource] / By W. (William Henry) Collins and Geological Survey of Canada. Abstract.
Original issued in series: Museum bulletin no. Geological series / Geological Survey of Canada ; no. Cover head of title: Canada. Dept. of Mines. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Collins, W.H. (William Henry), Formations Huroniennes de la région Timiskaming, Canada.
Ottawa: Impr. placer gold potential of basal huronian strata of the Canada book lake group in the sudbury area, ontario. The Huronian Supergroup is a Proterozoic assemblage of geologic formations of the Superior craton of the Canadian Shield in Ontario and Quebec.
It extends from west of the city of Sault Ste. Marie in the west to the Ontario-Quebec border to the east and is part of the Southern Geologic Province. Carbonate units of the Chocolay Group in the Lake Superior area, USA and the Gordon Lake Formation of the correlative upper Huronian Supergroup, Ontario, Canada Author: Andrey Bekker.
The Huronian glaciation (or Makganyene glaciation) was a glaciation that extended from billion years ago (Gya) to Gya, during the Siderian and Rhyacian periods of the Paleoproterozoic era.
The Huronian glaciation followed the Great Oxygenation Event (GOE), a time when The Huronian formations of Timiskaming region atmospheric oxygen decreased atmospheric methane. The oxygen combined with the methane to form carbon. Canada book Abiwin. Note: The GPS coordinates that we are using for Abiwin came from an uncertain source and they still need to be verified: Jump to our Gazetteer entry for Abiwin; Abiwin lies 15 miles [ km] to the west of Huronian Jump to Google Maps centered on Abiwin; Biota.
Canada book Lovell, H.L. Geology of the Eby and Otto Area, District of Timiskaming; Ontario Dept. of Mines and Northern Affairs, GR99, 30p. Use and Reproduction of Content: The Content may be used and reproduced only in accordance with applicable intellectual property laws.
Non-commercial use of unsubstantial excerpts of the Content isFile Size: 4MB. Young GM, Long DGF () Ice-wedge casts from the Huronian Ramsay Lake Formation (> m.y. old) near Espanola, Ontario, Canada. Palaeogeogr Palaeocl Palaeoecol – CrossRef Google Scholar Young GM, McLennan SM () Early Proterozoic Padlei Formation, Northwest Territories, by: Two structures interpreted Canada book ice-wedge casts occur in the lower Huronian Ramsay Lake The Huronian formations of Timiskaming region of the north shore of Agnew Lake, north of Espanola, Ontario.
They Cited by: By M. Williams. INTRODUCTIOxN. The isolated Silurian rocks of The Huronian formations of Timiskaming region Timiskaming have long been of interest to the geologist.
Sir Wm. Logan described them first in and again in the Geology of Canada,(page ) InDr. Barlow described these rocks in the annual report of the Geological Survey of Canada.
The Huronian glaciation is the oldest The Huronian formations of Timiskaming region of protracted climatic refrigeration events that extensively affected Earth between and Ga in association with the rise of the atmospheric oxygen.
Canada book During these events, glaciers covered continents, extended to low latitudes, and reached there sea level.
The ice ages were followed by a protracted time interval with greenhouse (warm and humid. The Mississagi Formation is a thick (up to km) Proterozoic arenite sequence that forms part of the Huronian (lower Aphebian) succession Canada book the north shore of Lake Huron, formation is characterized by planar and to a lesser extent trough cross-stratified medium to coarse feldspathic arenites, with only minor amounts of argillite and by: ACCORDING TO THE LAKE HURON SHEET (Map A) of the Geological Survey of Canada, rock formations of Proterozoic age in the general vicinity of Sudbury and Española are represented by the Huronian (Bruce and Cobalt series), Whitewater series, acid intrusives of Killarnean age, and basic intrusives of Keweenawan age.
Huronian depositional style south of the Sudbury structure appears to have been strongly influenced by the early development of transtensional extensional basins. These basins were initiated by sinistral strike-slip movement along part of a Paleoproterozoic continental margin, which later evolved into Cited by: The Early Proterozoic Huronian Supergroup is a slightly metamorphosed sedimentary succession locally > 10 km thick, exposed to the north of Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada.
The lower part of the supergroup, comprising the Matinenda, McKim, Ramsay Lake and Pecors formations, was studied in the Quirke Syncline area, Elliot Lake, and regions immediately to the west and by: Huronian feeder dikes, these observations indicate that a large volume of mafic magma was injected into the crust in the region at circa Ga, making this regional mafic magmatic event a favourable Cu-Ni-PGE target (in addition to previous indications of this potential).
The Huronian formation, as found in the district adjoining the east side of Lake Timiskaming, is composed of the usual series of fragmental rocks, following one. This page provides a complete overview of Timiskaming, Ontario, Canada region maps.
Choose from a wide range of region map types and styles. From simple outline map graphics to detailed map of Timiskaming. Get free map for your website. Discover the beauty hidden in the maps. Maphill is more than just a map gallery. Copper Cliff formation, close to the base of the Huronian sequence in the Sudbury area, yield a U-Pb zircon age of Ga (Krogh et al.
This resu lt is identical, within error, to the above intrusive ages. These igneous events mark the onset of a tectonically active geological period in the region (TableCited by: The upper Gowganda Formation is part of the Paleoproterozoic Huronian Supergroup (ca.
– Ga) of the north shore of Lake Huron. The upper Gowganda Formation rests with sharp conformable contact on glaciogenic rocks of the lower Gowganda Formation and is gradational with cross-bedded sandstones of the overlying Lorrain by: Click here to view Ogistoh Mine (Huronian Belt Mine), South Lorrain Township, Cobalt-Gowganda region, Timiskaming District, Ontario, Canada Nearest.
In the Timiskaming region: (1) a great structural unconformity separates the Timiskaming sediments from the rocks of the Abitibi series; (2) the Timiskaming rests unconformably on the Pontiac group; (3) an enormous thickness of coarse, poorly sorted, heterogeneous conglomerate occurs at the base of the south limb of the Timiskaming synclinorium Cited by: 5.
Other articles where Huronia is discussed: Canada: Samuel de Champlain: and turned south to “Huronia” (the land of the Huron). Champlain wintered with the Indians and went with a Huron war party to raid an Onondaga village south of the St.
Lawrence. He was slightly wounded and the party was repulsed, but Champlain had once more confirmed the alliance. The Cobalt-Gowganda Silver Mining Area. By David K. Joyce. Introduction. The Cobalt-Gowganda Silver mining area (Cobalt Camp) of Ontario was one of the most prolific silver mining areas in the world.
Over million troy ounces of silver have been produced from mines in the area since the first vein was discovered in There are about 1, members registered to the TFN, about live within the territory and about across Canada, the United States and throughout the world.
The Timiskaming reserve was established under the Act of and inthe Timiskaming First Nation received an area ofacres at the head of Lake Timiskaming.
The Huronian glaciation (or Makganyene glaciation) lasted from million years ago (mya) to mya, during the Palaeoproterozoic was named after evidence was collected from Lake Huron region in Norththree separate horizons of glacial deposits are separated by non-glacial sediment. It was one of the most severe and longest ice ages in geologic history, similar to.
first time the Timiskaming series in the Kirkland Lake district of northern Ontario, and was so impressed by its similarity to the Mattagami series that further opportunity was taken in to investigate its relation to that series.
The results indicate beyond any ' Published by permission of the Geological Survey of Canada. Depositional environment of the Gowganda Formation (Precambrian) at the south end of Lake Timagami, Ontario.
Journal of Sedimentary Petrol Lindsey, D.A., Sediment transport in a Precambrian ice-age: the Huronian Gowganda Formation. ONTARIO DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND RELATED AGENCIES ANNUAL REPORTS Ontario Dept.
Mines 37TH PART 2 by Todd E. CENTRAL ORE ZONE AND VICINITY, KIRKLAND LAKE GOLD AREA, TOWNSHIPS OF TECK AND LEBEL, DISTRICT OF TIMISKAMING, ONTARIO, WEST SHEET 8vo, wps with small chip, pp., plts, figs.
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Describe the 3 sequence of events recorded by the rocks of the Wopmay region of North Western Canada: 1. opening of an ocean basin 2. sedimentation along the resulting new continental margins. Glacial Periods in Earth’s History We are currently in the middle of a glacial period (although it’s less intense now than it years ago) but this is not the only period of glaciation in Earth’s history; there have been many in the distant past, as illustrated in Figure In general, however, Earth has been warm enough to be ice-free for much more of the time than it Author: Steven Earle.
This volume and the accompanying map series present a synthesis of our knowledge and interpretation of the geology of the Province of Ontario. The document highlights briefly the role of geology in everyday life in the province and the evolving role of the Ontario Geological Survey; presents a summary sketch of the physiographic regions; gives a detailed overview of each of Superior, Southern.
The Ga Sudbury impact structure is widely accepted to be the erosional remnant of a tectonized to km-diameter multiring basin. The Garson Member of the Onaping Formation in the Whitewater Group immediately overlies the coherent impact melt.
the Huronian Supergroup. In earlySudbury Contact Mines Ltd., a sister company to Silver Century Exploration Ltd., completed a large DIGHEM v airborne geophysical survey over a number of areas in the north Lake Timiskaming region.
The object of the airborne. L’Encyclopédie de l’histoire du Québec / The Quebec History Encyclopedia. Geology of Canada [This article was written in the 's and published in For the precise citation, see the end of the document.] Geology. Canada is geologically one of the oldest countries in the world, and more than half of it consists of Precambrian rocks.
In the Archaean region of Canada and in New England the Algonkian metamorphics seem to grade into the Archaean complex without unconformity. This apparent conformity may, however, very well be due to subsequent dynamic metamorphism, which, as has been proved, may obliterate nearly all traces of a great unconformity.
Through the Rocky Mountain. Pdf ice age is a period of colder global temperatures and recurring glacial expansion capable of lasting hundreds of millions of years. the Huronian ( .Huronian definition is - of or relating to a division of the Proterozoic.Ebook geological history of Earth follows the major events in Earth's past based on the geological time scale, ebook system of chronological measurement based on the study of the planet's rock layers (stratigraphy).Earth formed about billion years ago by accretion from the solar nebula, a disk-shaped mass of dust and gas left over from the formation of the Sun, which also created the rest of.