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Radioactive mineral occurrences of the Province of Quebec.

Denis M. Shaw

Radioactive mineral occurrences of the Province of Quebec.

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Published by R. Paradis, printer to the Queen in Quebec .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Québec (Province)
    • Subjects:
    • Radioactive substances -- Québec (Province)

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE193 .A3 no. 80
      The Physical Object
      Pagination52 p.
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL255509M
      LC Control Numbergs 58000329
      OCLC/WorldCa2399618

      An index to Canadian mineral occurrences—Preliminary considerations. Author links open overlay panel D.D. Picklyk. Show moreCited by: 1. Late-tectonic granitic pegmatites occur throughout most of the southwestern Grenville Province of Ontario and Quebec. These vary from mineralogically simple (3–4 major phases) to complex (> 4 major phases) pegmatites; the latter are variably enriched in U, Th, Mo, and rare-earth elements (REE) and Zr and by: DISCOVERY OF TWO URANIUM OCCURRENCES 55 have been flown with closer line spacing in shore of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. The order togive betterdefinitionofpatterns. survey covers the Hawe St. Pierre, , map sheet. Uraniferous pegmatitic granite. RBC Letter: June — Vol. 34, No. 6 — Our Mineral Resources. Download PDF version. In his book called Minerals in Industry W. R. Jones gives a table of contents listing 55 minerals. Of these, Canada has 38 in production and several of the others are known but not yet worked.


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Radioactive mineral occurrences of the Province of Quebec. by Denis M. Shaw Download PDF EPUB FB2

Radioactive occurrences in the Grenville of Quebec, Mont Laurier-Cabonga district [Leslie Quebec Province. Kish] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Leslie Quebec Province. Kish. Stated in: Some Radioactive Mineral Occurrences in the Bancroft Area, by J.

Satterly and D.F. Hewitt,page 2. “The authors are greatly indebted to S. Robinson and his staff of the Radioactive Resources Division of the Geological Survey of Canada for the identification by X-ray powder-pattern photographs of over radioactive minerals.

the radioactive mineral occurrences. This report is a compilation of the [email protected] occurrences in northern New Jersey and gives a brief description for each reported site. Stream sediment occurrences associated with known areas of rock minerali-zation are not listed.

Because some of the bedrock occurrences may be potentially. Dear Colleagues, The southern Grenville Province is widely recognized for its mineral specimens, diversity, and associated deposits.

Many samples grace private collections and museums worldwide and serve as a source of garnet, wollastonite, talc, titanium, and other commodities derived from world-class mineral deposits.

Radioactivity in minerals are caused by the inclusion of naturally-occurring radioactive elements in the mineral's composition.

The degree of radioactivity is dependent on the concentration and isotope present in the mineral. For the most part, minerals that contain potassium (K), uranium (U), and thorium (Th) are radioactive.

Map showing location of radioactive mineral occurrences, Bancroft area, Ontario G B3 H1 Hydrogeology and ground water model of the Blue Springs Creek, I H D representative drainage basin / by J. Coward and M.

Barouch. Some Radioactive Mineral Occurrences in the Bancroft Area. Report; Ontario Department of Mines, Mines Branch: Ottawa, ON, Canada, ; p.

[Google Scholar] Russell, R.; Guggenheim, S. Crystal structures of near end-member phlogopite at high temperatures and heat-treated Fe-rich phlogopite: The influence of the O, OH, F site.

: Christopher Emproto, Austin Alvarez, Christian Anderkin, John Rakovan. PROVINCE OF ONTARIO OIMIITMCNT OF MINK HON. PHILIP T. KELLY, Minister of Mines H. RICKABY, Deputy Minister M. HURST, Provincial Geologist Geological Circular No.

2 OF THE ONTARIO DEPARTMENT OF MINES ISSUED March, Some Radioactive Mineral Occurrences in the Bancroft Area By J. SATTERLY and D. HEWITTFile Size: 4MB. Full text of "A list of Canadian mineral occurrences" See other formats.

Most of the numerous mineral occurrences of the southern half of the East Greenland Caledonides were discovered during Lauge Koch's geological expeditions (–; Koch, ; Haller, ) and during the later extensive mineral exploration by Nordisk Mineselskab A/S up to The mineral exploration history of East Greenland is outlined in detail by Harpøth et.

Nuclear power in Quebec -- and indeed in Canada -- has turned out to be a very great disappointment. Once promoted as a safe, clean, and cheap energy source, nuclear power is now seen by many Quebecers as dangerous, dirty and expensive.

The experimental Gentilly-1 nuclear reactor near Bécancour was a technical and economic fiasco. Nearly mineral species have been identified in the Bancroft region. It is one of those igneous intrusive events that is responsible for the wondrously rich mineral assemblage at the Beryl Pit and the gorgeous rose quartz in the Rose Quartz pit a few miles away.

Both pegmatite occurrences are located in Quadville. Satterly J. () Radioactive Mineral Occurrences in the Bancroft Area, Ontario Department of Mines, Annual report ARV65, pt.6, p ⓘ Kenmac Chibougamau Mine; Ref.: Geological Survey of Canada Miscellaneous Report 39 ⓘ Richardson Mine (Fission Mine) Joyce, D.

() Calcite Vein-Dikes of the Grenville Geological Province, Ontario, Canada. In the Bancroft area, Ontario, Canada, Precambrian uranium deposits (black dots, Figures 1,2) occur within the margins of large gneissic domes (pink, Figure 4), either in enclosing metasediments (crystalline limestone, paragneiss, amphibolite) or plutonic rocks (older gabbro, younger granite, syenite, and pegmatitic phases).The U deposits have been divided into.

(updated May 1, )Mineral Deposits contains an overview of mineral occurrences in the province of includes: occurrence type, primary and secondary commodity, deposit name and a link to the full record on ad the Mineral Deposit Inventory database in GIS format (updated May 1, ).

Welcome to all Quebec minerals enthousiasts!. This website is dedicated to the discovery of the minerals form the province of Quebec. A large territory, Quebec is the host of World reknown mineral localities: Mont-St-Hilaire, Asbestos, Thetford-Mines. The Mining Industry of the Province of Quebec in [Canada.

Quebec. Department of Mines.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mineralogical Record, part 3 Mineralogical Record, part 4 Mineralogical Record, part 5 Mineralogy Books Select Mineral Books Rock, Gem, and Mineral Books Rockhounding in the United States Place an Order Catalogs on this Website: MS Book and Mineral Company Mineralogical Record, part 1 (Volumes 1 - 10) For the Mineralogical Record Catalogs.

The New Jersey Geological Survey is a public service and research agency within the NJ Department of Environmental Protection. Founded inthe NJGS has evolved from a mineral resources and topographic mapping agency to a modern environmental organization that collects and provides geoscience information to government, consultants, industry, environmental.

Rimsaite J () Mineralogy of radioactive occurrences in the Grenville structural province Ontario and Quebec. Geol Surv Can Pap 78–1B–58 Google Scholar Rimsaite J () Chemical and isotopic evolution of radioactive minerals in remobilized vein-type uranium deposits, Saskatchewan, by: 1.

The Report on Mineral Activities in Québec presents a complete overview of the mining industry, discussing exploration, as well as rehabilitation and claim designation. Satterly,J () Radioactive mineral occurrences in the Bancroft area.

ODM 65 part 6, pp. plus 23 separate figures. Thomson,JE () North Hastings area, province of Ontario. ODM map 52b,scale. Thomson,JE () Mineral occurrences in the North Hastings area.

ODM 52 part 3, 80pp. References Cited. Bartlett, J.R., and DeKemp, E.A., Lithofacies, stromatoite localities, metallic mineral occurrences and geochemical anomalies associated with carbonate metasediments of the Burleigh Falls-Bancroft Radioactive mineral deposits of the Pembroke-Renfrew area: Ontario Geological Survey, Mineral Deposits Circu p.

The Montreal south-shore area is located around latitude 45°30′N and longitude 73°30′W in the province of Quebec, Canada. This area is part of the St. Lawrence Lowlands geological region.

Zircon is a well-known mineral that makes an important gemstone of of many colors. Its brilliant luster and fire, combined with good hardness, make it a desirable l Zircon with good color and transparency is uncommon; most Zircon crystals are opaque and brownish.

A Guide to Mineral Localities in China is the final chapter, and this information is well worth the price of the book alone, with 14 pages of complete locality information given by mine name, county, latitude/longitude, province, and a list of known minerals from each locality.

Green mineral formed from the oxidation of nickel-rich rock. IMA Status: Approved IMA Locality: It was first described from the Gaspe Peninsula in Quebec, but has been reported from elsewhere, including western Australia.

Link to Location Data. Name Origin: Named after its locality. Name Pronunciation: Gaspeite: Synonym: ICSD. The geology of Canada is a subject of regional geology and covers the country of Canada, which is the second-largest country in the ic units and processes are investigated on a large scale to reach a synthesized picture of the geological development of the ces: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New.

New gold targets in the Chibougamau area Characterization of mineral occurrences Patrick Houle Géologie Québec. Most mineral occurrences in the western part of the Chibougamau Pluton are characterized by the presence of a shear zone, accompanied by strong sericitization.

This sericite generally occurs as crystals aligned parallel to the. I've put a number of interesting Grenville Geological Province minerals on my website including a number of slightly radioactive minerals like Betafite from Silver Crater mine, uranophane from the Madawaska Mine, uraninite and Kemp Prospect thorite, plus a.

Genetic significance of inclusions and fracture fillings in magmatic and metamorphic rocks from selected Canadian uranium occurrences: Author: Rimsaite, J: Source: Uranium deposits in magmatic and metamorphic rocks: proceedings of a technical committee meeting on uranium deposits in magmatic and metamorphic rocks; p.

Year: Reading Room 1: The Story of Glaciers in Maritime Canada This reading room provides a brief overview of the history of glaciation in Maritime Canada with emphasis on Nova Scotia.

If you are a rookie glacial geologist I recommend visiting some of. Abitibi Belt Abitibi County Quebec absolute age Canadian Shield Archean lead mineral deposits, genesis inclusions isotopes Canada gold ores Pb/Pb isotope ratios Eastern Canada faults silica minerals Superior Province Pb/Pb metal ores upper Precambrian framework silicates quartz metals metasomatism North America silicates Cited by: For many years, North America was the largest exporter of uranium ore in the world and has been a major world producer since demand for uranium developed.

In Kazakhstan took over top spot, relegating Canada to second. 20% of the world's primary uranium production came from mines in Canada in % of the world production came from one mine, McArthur River.

The following is a list of Quebec gems and minerals listed in our database. Click the pictures to get full data, click the X to remove the gem from the list. Beryllonite: Beryllonite is a clear gem/mineral that gets its name from its high content of beryllium.

Mineral water: Water which meets the standards defined in section 7 with the exception of those prescribed in paragraph c or d shall be called “mineral water”. R.R.Q.,c.

Q-2, r. 5, s. Book - Radioactive mineral deposits of the Pembroke-Renfrew area, p. Publication Number: MDC Date: Author: S.L. Masson and J.B. Gordon. SOME RADIOACTIVE MINERAL OCCURRENCES IN CARDIFF AND MONMOUTH TOWNSHIPS, HALIBURTON COUNTY By S.E.

Wolfe and Nelson Hogg. INTRODUCTION AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The writers spent two weeks, from July 8 to JIn Cardiff and Monmouth townships, Hali burton county, investigating reported discoveries of radioactive.

Summing up significant finds of recent years, Canada Year Book mentions the discovery of what is probably the largest known single source of titanium in the world at Lake Allard, Quebec; more than million tons of unusually pure ilmenite have been proved (ilmenite is defined as containing per cent iron and per cent titanium).

Other. Pacific Northwest and Worldwide Mineral Specimens for Sale. My name is Jeff Schwartz and I'm an avid field collector of Pacific Northwest minerals.

I am also the web author ofan educational resource providing information about Washington state's mineral occurrences and their associated geology. Mineral Deposit Inventory for Ontario. Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines.

() failed to indicate radioactive anomalies. 06/03/ (A Wilson) - Satterly estimated that the pegmatite dike had an exposed width of feet and a length of about feet. Book - Mineral occurrences in the Renfrew area, p. Naturally occurring radioactive minerals, in quantities that would normally be used for scientific study or kept in a mineral collection, pose little health hazard when handled properly.

Specimens should be stored a reasonable distance away from a place where you would spend a lot of time each day, i.e., your work area, office, or bedroom.mineral resources of Mongolia: New York, United Nations, Atlas of Mineral Resources of the ESCAP Region, v. 14, p. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific and Australian Bureau.