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Age, geochemistry, and fluid characteristics of the MAX porphyry Mo deposit, southeast British ColumbiaDownload
MAX is a porphyry Mo deposit located near Trout Lake village in southeastern British Columbia. Mo mineralization is hosted by variably-altered calc-alkaline granodiorite dikes. Quartz veins have been subdivided into a paragenetic sequence based on vein style and crosscutting relationships....
The Steen River impact structure (SRIS) is a buried, complex crater located in NW Alberta, Canada. It was discovered in the mid 1900’s and was initially thought to be an endogenic igneous intrusion. With the growth of impact studies on Earth and other planets, the SRIS was recognized as such in...
The Appalachian orogen in eastern Canada resulted from the Paleozoic convergence of the continents Laurentia and Gondwana during the closure of the intervening Iapetus Ocean. In New Brunswick, the Fredericton Trough and Mascarene Basin were filled in the Silurian within the peri-Gondwanan domain...
Geochemistry and geochronology of the Precambrian Basement Domains in the Vicinity of Fort McMurray, Alberta: A Geothermal PerspectiveDownload
The geochemistry and geochronology of the Precambrian basement in the vicinity of Fort McMurray was investigated to evaluate the feasibility of geothermal heat production. The basement is composed of older (1.95-1.98 Ga) and younger (1.92-1.94 Ga) granitoids suites of the Taltson Magmatic Zone...
Geochemistry, Geochronology, and Fluid Inclusion Study of the Newton Epithermal Gold, and Morrison Porphyry Copper Deposits, British ColumbiaDownload
Petrologic, geochemical, geochronological, and fluid inclusion studies were conducted on the Newton epithermal and Morrison porphyry deposits in central British Columbia, as a part of a large collaborative research project to combine geological, ZTEM, magnetotelluric, and magnetic studies, in...
Geochronological and geochemical constraints on the origin of the Paleoproterozoic Union Island Group mafic magmatism, East Arm Basin, N.W.T.Download
The Slave craton underwent widespread extension during the Paleoproterozoic. In the southern Slave craton, this extension is manifest in multiple periods of continental mafic magmatism emplaced between 2.3–2.2 Ga and prior to 2.0–1.9 Ga calc-alkaline magmatism of the Taltson and Thelon zones...
Geochronology and Trace Element Characteristics of Pyrite from Selected Carbonate Hosted Pb-Zn Ore DepositsDownload
Carbonate-hosted ore deposits, such as Mississippi Valley-type (MVT), and Irish-type deposits, are a major class of Pb-Zn ores. Due to the mineralogy of these deposits, numerical constraints on the timing of mineralization are few. This thesis investigates pyrite Re-Os geochronology for dating...
Geology, geochronology, thermobarometry, and tectonic evolution of the Queen Maud block, Churchill craton, Nunavut, CanadaDownload
The Queen Maud block is divided into two crustal belts. The western Perry River belt is dominated by Mesoarchean to Neoarchean granitic gneisses and supracrustal rocks; it was incorporated into the Rae domain by at least 2.46 Ga. The eastern Paalliq belt is dominated by the 2.52-2.45 Ga Queen...
187Re-187Os analysis of magnetite and other oxide minerals from various well dated geological settings (kimberlites, lamprophyres, Manicouagan impact melt rock, Great Bear magmatic zone iron ore deposits and Laramie Anorthosite complex) worldwide have been used to investigate the potential for...