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- 2Northwest Territories
- 1Alberta Basin
- 1Carbonate reservoirs
Characterization of late-diagenetic calcites of the Devonian Southesk-Cairn Carbonate Complex (Alberta Basin): constraints from petrography, stable and radiogenic isotopes, fluid inclusion and organic matter maturity dataDownload
The Alberta Basin has been the subject of various diagenetic studies but the precise understanding of the processes behind deep burial cementation remains unclear. This study investigates late-diagenetic calcites from the Devonian Southesk-Cairn Carbonate Complex with the purpose of constraining...
The Great Bear magmatic zone, Northwest Territories, hosts numerous giant quartz veins and stockwork zones. These zones can be up to 100m wide and up to 10km long, with two or more generations of quartz. A few of the giant quartz vein zones host base-metal ± uranium mineralization, and some are...
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...