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Diagenetic Controls on Hydrothermal Fluid Flow in the Osiris, Isis, and Isis East Carlin-Type Gold Showings, Nadaleen Trend, YukonDownload
Following ATAC Resources Ltd.’s 2010 discovery of the gold prospects in the Nadaleen Trend (Central Yukon), company geologists and consultants determined that Precambrian carbonate rocks within the trend contain large endowments of gold located in the hinges of anticlines and fault zones. ...
Environmental Controls on Alternating Aragonite-calcite Laminations in Notch-speleothems from Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands, British West IndiesDownload
Speleothems that grow in semi-exposed surface environments, such as wave-cut notches, are not well understood despite their widespread distribution. The +6.4 m-high wave-cut notch on Cayman Brac, that formed ~ 125 ka ago, is decorated with stalactites, stalagmites, and columns that grew between...
The boreal chorus frog (Pseudacris maculata) is a widespread species but we know little of its ecology. I examined the nature and existence of competitive mechanisms operating between larvae of the boreal chorus frog and wood frog (Lithobates sylvaticus) from field, mesocosm and laboratory venues...
Specialist predators with a limited diet may be less adaptable to environmental change than generalists, which consume a diversity of prey. As the climate changes, ecological homogenization is occurring, where generalist species outcompete specialists, reducing ecosystem complexity. In Arctic...
Isotope Geochemistry of Natural Gas from the Horn River Basin: Understanding Gas Origin, Storage and Transport in an Unconventional Shale PlayDownload
Devonian shales of the Horn River Basin, northeast British Columbia are recognized key targets for unconventional shale gas production in Canada. Recent studies show gas isotope geochemistry in several unconventional shale plays worldwide differ from conventional hydrocarbon reservoirs and carbon...
Local and regional demography in a migratory forest songbird and effects of forest management intensityDownload
The numerical response of forest birds to habitat alteration has been well documented in North America, but the underlying demographic processes driving these changes remain largely unknown. Among species sensitive to such alterations, the Ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapilla) shows one of the largest...
Surface mining for bitumen extraction results in production of tailings that are deposited into large ponds. Tailings in the ponds support diverse microbial communities capable of metabolizing organic compounds and producing biogenic gases (methane, CH4 and carbon dioxide, CO2). Because of low...
The Quandary of the Sask Craton: Origin and Evolution of the Lithospheric Mantle beneath the Sask CratonDownload
Mantle xenoliths from the Cretaceous (~106 to ~95 Ma) kimberlites at Fort à la Corne (FALC) present a unique opportunity to study the lithospheric mantle beneath the newly recognised Sask Craton. The Sask Craton, a small terrane with Archean (3.2 - 2.5 Ga) crustal ages, is enclosed in the...
The genesis of the Gayna River carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb deposit
Geochemical analyses on samples from the Mississippi Valley Type Gayna River deposit, Northwest Territories, Canada, have resulted in the definition of three ore stages and a deposit genesis model. Pb/Pb and Re/Os isotopic analyses indicate that the mineralization at Gayna River was emplaced...
Stable isotope dendrochemistry of needles, twigs, and tree rings were used to identify the impacts of a changing global atmosphere in two separate environments with different anthropogenic loads: the boreal forest surrounding the Athabasca Oil Sands region (AOSR), Alberta, Canada, subject to a...