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study of structural fabric in Grenville rocks of an area in southeastern Ontario.

Guy Kendrick

study of structural fabric in Grenville rocks of an area in southeastern Ontario.

by Guy Kendrick

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Published in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Structural.,
  • Geology -- Ontario -- Clare River (Lennox and Addington Co.)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsToronto, Ont. University. Theses (M.Sc.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MSC 1966 K46
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[132, 27 leaves]
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15179971M

    A revised model for the crustal structure of the SW Grenville Province, Ontario, Canada. Geological Magazine, Vol. , Issue. 4, p. Grenville Province, southeastern Ontario. Canadian Journal of Earth Scien – Precambrian Geology, Denbigh Area. Ontario Geological Survey, Preliminary map P Precambrian Research, 26 ( Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands GEOLOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY AND PALEOMAGNETISM OF THE CHENEAUX METAGABBRO (HELIKIAN) OF SOUTHERN QUEBEC AND EASTERN ONTARIO MAURICE K. SEGUIN Department of Geology, Universitg Laval, Quebec, GIK 7P4 (Canada) JOEL BRUN Ministry .

    Wall-rock structure at the present contact surfaces between repeatedly deformed thrust sheets, Grenville Orogen of central Ontario, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47 (6): Link, . PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS (ANALYSIS) K () - The Age of Deformation Related To the Emplacement of the Elzevir Batholith and Its Regional Implications, Grenville Province, southeastern Ontario; in Gibson Lake-Cross Bay area, Northwest Territories (Kivalliq region, Nunavut). Part 2: regional structural geology.

    Potentially economic wollastonite-rich skarns are widespread in the Central Metasedimentary Belt of southeastern Ontario, Canada. Their genesis is evaluated through a comparative study of: the Platinova skarn (ca. 4 Mt grading 35% wollastonite), hosted by greenschist facies marble in the Elzevir terrane; the Olden skarn (ca. Mt; 35%) in amphibolite facies marble of the Sharbot Lake terrane. Alteration of the Grenville rocks by magmatic emanations. Formation of nepheline Formation of corundum Later alterations Age relations.. Summary Bibliography. Assrnacr A speculative working-hypothesis is offered to account for the genesis of well-known nepheline- and corundum-bearing gneisses of southeastern Ontario.


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Study of structural fabric in Grenville rocks of an area in southeastern Ontario by Guy Kendrick Download PDF EPUB FB2

Crustal structure of the southeastern Grenville Province, northern New York State and eastern Ontario. the means by which the mid‐lower crustal rocks exposed in the Grenville province were emplaced.

Seismic refraction/wide‐angle reflection data were acquired to investigate the deep structural interrelationships within the southeastern Cited by: STRUCTURE AND STRATIGRAPHY OF THE NORCAN LAKE AREA, GRENVILLE PROVINCE, SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO by Frank Adam Karboski, A thesis submitted to the Facility of Graduate Studies in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science Department of Geology Carleton University Ottawa, Ontario Feb., Cordierite gedrite rocks in the southern Grenville Province occur near the base of the Central Metasedimentary Belt boundary thrust zone, interpreted by.

The images show that zones analogous to the interpreted Grenville Front Tectonic Zone are also present within the Central Metasedimentary Belt and support models of northwest-directed crustal shortening for Grenvillian deep crustal deformation beneath most of southeastern Ontario.A Precambrian basement high, the Iroquoian high, is defined by a Cited by: This issue presents a number of recent discoveries and advances in our understanding of mineral locations in the > billion rocks of the Grenville Province in southern Ontario, Quebec, New York, and New Jersey, utilizing a variety of data ranging from classic field observations to geochronology to isotopic and geochemical tracers.

Brigham, R.J. () Structural geology of southwestern Ontario and southeastern Michigan: Ontario Department of Mines and Northern Affairs, Paperp. Google Scholar Bright, E.G. () Petrography of the Precambrian basement rocks in deep drillholes beneath the Phanerozoic cover in southern Ontario: Ontario Geological Survey, Open File Report25p.

Revised cross sections of the western Grenville Province incorporate new geologic results and reprocessed seismic reflection data. The geology is presented in terms of three tectonic elements: (1) "pre-Grenvillian Laurentia and its margin" with ca. and Ma continental arc plutons and associated supracrustal rocks; (2) "Composite Arc Belt" of allochthonous ~ Ma.

A Geochemical and Isotopic Study of Plutonic and High Grade Metamorphic Rocks from the Chandos Township Area, Grenville Province, Ontario McMaster University.

Glacicd activity stripped the soil from parts of the Grenville Province This is the Grenville Province of central and eastern Ontario, a patchwork of many different pieces of crust, or terranes. These tenanes collided in a pow­ erful mountain building event which thrust up a major mountain range.

Today, the ancient mountain range has been eroded. In the low-grade rocks of the study area, there is a single phase of penetrative deformation, giving a nearly vertical schistosity at a consistent angle, anticlockwise with respect to the now.

Funck T, Louden KE, Reid ID. Crustal structure of the Grenville Province in southeastern Labrador from refraction seismic data: evidence for a high-velocity lower crustal wedge.

Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 38 (10): Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar. In the southwestern Grenville Province (central and southeastern Ontario), however, structural geologists have found it difficult to document northwest-directed thrusting within large.

Preliminary report on the relationship of mineral deposits to intrusive rocks and metamorphism in part of the Grenville Province of southeastern Ontario. Ontario Dept.

Mines, Prelim. Southeastern tectonic zone Regional geology The Southeastern zone is composed of 5 small terranes in two lithotectonic zones that appear to have been emplaced during the Grenville metamorphic event along northwest verging thrust planes (Rivers et al., ).

The Grenville-aged basement rock exposed in southeastern Ontario has a rich mineralogy hosted in a miscellany of deposits including granitic pegmatites, skarns, and carbonatites [12,13,14]. There is a long history of mining and exploration in this region with most activity having occurred during the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the.

The southwestern Grenville Province in Ontario consists of Paleoproterozoic and Mesoproterozoic rocks that formed along the southeastern margin of Laurentia dur-ing a significant period of growth. Structural Study of Kakagi Lake Area, Northwestern Ontario: McMaster University B.

T Culshaw, N. Geology, Structure and Microfabric of Grenville Rocks in the Cardiff Area, Ontario: University of Ottawa: Ph.

T Cunningham -Dunlop, P.K. Geology of Economic Uraniferous Pegmatites in the Bancroft Area, Ontario. Hanmer, S. and A. Ciesielski,‘A structural reconnaissance of the northwest boundary of the Central Metasedimentary Belt, Grenville Province, Ontario and Quebec.’ In: Current Research, Part B: Geological Survey of Canada Paper, no.

84–1B, p. – Google Scholar. Habib MK () Structural fabric and uranium distribution in shear zones near Cardiff, Ontario.

MSc Thesis, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (unpubl), pp Google Scholar Hawthorne FC, Černy P () The Mica Group. The Reading Prong province is a Grenville massif that links the Blue Ridge and the Green Mountain provinces to form the spine of the U.S.

Appalachians (Fig. 1).The Hudson Highlands comprises the northern extent of the Reading Prong in southeastern New York and Connecticut (Fig. 2).The details of the Grenvillian orogeny in the Appalachians are commonly difficult to decipher because of complex. The Platinova skarn is hosted by greenschist facies calcitic marble, contiguous to the hypersolvus Deloro pluton, in the Belmont domain, southeastern Ontario, Canada.

The skarn is approximately 4 million tones grading 35% wollastonite. The contact between the pluton and the skarn is not exposed. The skarn is divided into wollastonite-rich and poor units.Lanark, Ontario. Folded Grenville marble Metamorphic Near Madoc, Ontario.

Amethyst in granite breccia Igneous; intrusive, plutonic Thunder Bay, Ontario. Gneiss formed from sedimentary rock Metamorphic Red Bridge, near North Bay, Ontario.

Gneiss Metamorphic French River near Sudbury, Ontario. Anorthosite Igneous Valley River near Sudbury, Ontario.Chemical Geology, 69 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands [3] GEOCHEMISTRY AND ORIGIN OF THE ORE CHIMNEY FORMATION, A TRANSPORTED PALEOREGOLITH IN THE GRENVILLE PROVINCE OF SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO, CANADA LUC HARNOIS and JOHN M.

MOORE Department of Earth Sciences, Carleton University .