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Economic significance of platinum group elements and water in asteroids: Insights from chondritic meteoritesDownload
Asteroids are considered to be rich sources of precious metals, water, and essential volatiles for life. Such a consideration has been derived from the study of meteorites and asteroid reflectance spectra which have both been vital to our understanding of asteroid compositions. The vast amount of...
Kimberlite Indicator Minerals from the Central Mackenzie Valley, Northwest Territories, Canada: A Reconnaissance Geochemistry SurveyDownload
The Central Mackenzie Valley (CMV) area of Northwest Territories is underlain by Precambrian basement belonging to the North American Craton. The potential of this area to host kimberlitic diamond deposits is relatively high judging from the seismologically-defined lithospheric thickness, the age...
The Upper Devonian Grosmont shelf complex is the world’s largest heavy oil deposit hosted in carbonates, with an estimated >50 billion cubic meters (318 to probably 406 bbls) of initial volume in place. At present the Grosmont is not yet under production. This study involves log interpretation,...
Diagenesis, Burial history, and Reservoir Characterization of the Scollard sequence sandstones in AlbertaDownload
A detailed laboratory study of sandstone samples from outcrops and conventional core samples from the Maastrichtian-Paleocene Scollard-age fluvial strata in the Western Canada foredeep was undertaken to investigate the reservoir characteristics, burial depth history, and sandstone diagenesis. The...
Banded iron formations (BIF) are a key chemical sedimentary record for examining the evolution of the early oceans, atmosphere, and biosphere. While the classic model suggests that BIF were deposited by either anoxygenic photoferrotrophs or oxygen producing cyanobacteria, recent studies have...
Expression of Major and Trace Element Signatures of the Frasnian Duvernay Formation within a Sea Level Context: insights into the processes that control mudstone composition, paleoredox conditions and organic matter enrichmentDownload
This study evaluates the effects of sea level on redox conditions, shale composition and sediment provenance in the Late Devonian (Frasnian) Duvernay Formation of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) of Alberta, Canada, an organic-rich ‘black’ shale localized between the reefs and...
Abstract Burrow-associated diagenetic alteration and eventual reservoir quality parameters such as porosity and permeability may be altered due to reorganization of the sediment fabric associated with animal burrowing, or result from heterogeneous cement distribution influenced by the bioturbate...
Geochemical Characterization and Fluid History of the Tiger Zone; a Tertiary Distal Carbonate-Replacement Intrusion-Related Gold Deposit, Central YukonDownload
A paragenetic and geochemical study has resulted in the classification of the Tiger zone as a Tertiary-aged intrusion-related gold deposit. Gold-bearing mineralization occurs in two geochemically and temporally distinct assemblages. The first assemblage contains carbonate-replacement,...