4 edition of Geology and ore-deposits of Rossland, B.C. found in the catalog.
Geology and ore-deposits of Rossland, B.C.
Everend Lester Bruce
|Statement||by Everend Lester Bruce.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 83185, Bulletin / British Columbia. Bureau of Mines -- no. 4.|
|Contributions||British Columbia. Bureau of Mines.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (25 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||25|
D. R. M. Pattison's 84 research works with 2, citations and 5, reads, including: Kinetic control of staurolite-Al2SiO5 mineral assemblages: Implications for Barrovian and Buchan metamorphism. Thin section showing replacement of hornblende by pyrite Replacement vein in syenite rock, War Eagle Mine, Rossland, B. C. J Photo-micrographs of thin sections of sulphide ore from Austin ville, Va. Section of vein in Enterprise Mine, Rico, Colo Section showing change in character of vein passing.
McMillan, W.J., , Geology and genesis of the Highland Valley ore deposits and the Guichon Creek Batholith, in Sutherland Brown, A., ed., Porphyry deposits of the Canadian Cordillera of North America: Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Special Vol p. 85– Per Agricola, it is derived from "volf," "wolf," and "rahm," "ram," for "froth", "cream," "soot" (Latin = Lupi spuma), perhaps in allusion to an objectionable scum or substance formed during the smelting of tin ores containing tungsten; possibly also derived from "lupus" and "wolf", which were alchemists' terms for antimony, for which it may have been mistaken as an ore.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. C.I.M Geology Division Structural Geology of Canadian Ore Deposits 11 Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy C.L. Knight Economic Geology of Australia and Papua New Guinea 11 The Australian Institute of Metallurgy Cain, William Francis Carbon in Tree Rings of Twentieth Century America Ph.D. p.
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Stereograms of a block of ore-bearing country, Rossland, B.C., No --No Special map of Rossland, (Topography) --No Special map of Rossland, (Geology) --No Rossland mining camp. (Topography) --No Rossland mining camp.
(Geology) --No Geological plan of the principal mines at Rossland with accompanying sections. At head of title: British Columbia. Department of : The Annual Conference of the Mining History Association (MHA) was in Rossland, British Columbia, Canada, JuneRossland is called the “Golden City” because of the large gold output from its mines from to The Uplander Hotel in downtown Rossland was the venue for most of the conference events.
Robert, F., Poulsen, K.H., and Dubé, B. G OLD DEPOSITS AND THEIR GEOLOGICAL CLASSIFICATION Table 1: Commonly recognized types of lode gold deposits and their main geological attributes (cont’d.) Deposit Type Associated Alteration Metal Association Size & Grade of Deposits Selected ReferencesFile Size: KB.
Where to Find Gold in Ontario. In Ontario gold has been found with mispickel in quartz veins in schists near intrusive granite (Deloro); with pyrite, bismuthinite, and magnetite in quartz veins in crystalline limestone (Frontenac); with pyrite, pyrrhotite, copper pyrites and galena, in quartz veins in a zone of chlorite schist in a mass of gabbro, which is cut by many granite dikes (Belmont.
Geology and ore deposits of Rossland, British Columbia [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Govt. Print. Bureau, ), by Charles Wales Drysdale and Geological Survey of Canada (page images at HathiTrust) The basins of Nelson and Churchill Rivers [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Govt.
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Filed under: Mines and mineral resources -- Pennsylvania -- Lancaster County Philadelphia, Feb. [blank], Sir, Having from early age been concerned in working mines, and smelting and refining ores in Europe, and also several years engaged in the same line in the United States, I wish to become useful in promoting the opening of mines in.
The Stewart mining camp in northwestern British Columbia is abundantly mineralized with widely distributed, texturally and mineralogically varied, precious and base metal deposits. This report documents the geologic setting of the mining camp and the geologic features of the major mineral deposit types.
The Stewart camp is underlain by a 5-kilometre-thick Upper Triassic to Lower Jurassic. MEMORIALOF EVEREND L. BRUCE Geology and ore deposits of Rossland, British Columbia, Ann.
Rept. B'C' Dept' of M ines 1 6 1 9, 2l+-2 44 (). A survey of the general and economic geology of the east and south contact of the West Kootenay batholith Rice, Harington Molesworth Anthony Author: Harington Molesworth Anthony Rice.
observers have noted from Rossland, B. Thescarcity of such ores of this type in the Westis doubtless related to the fact that the intrusions theretookplacein a higher zone withless extreme temperatures.
McMillan, W.J.,Geology and ore deposits of the Highland Valley camp: Geological Association of Canada, Mineral Deposits Division, Field Guide and Reference Manual Series, No.
1, p. observers have noted from Rossland, B. The scarcity of such ores of this type in the West is doubtless related to the fact that the intrusions there took place in a higher zone with less extreme temperatures.
Such injections as Bergeat had in mind are similar to those. Great mining camps of Canada: announcing a new series. Mining mergers; What is in it for the North. Extending Marathon's mine life. Great mining camps of Canada 1. The history and geology of the Keno Hill Silver Camp, Yukon Territory.
1 Inco under foreign ownership. 1 Queenston Mining boasts largest land package. Editorial. -DRYSDALE, C. Geology and Ore Deposits of Rossland, British Columbia. [Canada Department of Mines, Mem No.Geological Survey, Geological Series, No.
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TGSL Report for Golden Dividend Resources Corporation, Vancouver, 48pp. Wilson,GC, Rucklidge,JC and Kilius,LR () Sulfide gold content of skarn mineralization at Rossland, British Columbia. 85, Wood,D () A new national park. Gold: History and Genesis of Deposits Robert W.
Boyle (auth.) GOLD: History and Genesis of Deposits is the product of an effort by the Society of Economic Geologists to publish materials that will expand knowl edge concerning timely, specific topics important to the study of economic geology and to economic geologists.
Meinert, L.D.,Skarn deposits in Nevada - Geology, mineralogy, and petrology of Au, Cu, W, and Zn skarns: in Meinert et al. (eds.), Skarn deposits in Nevada, Great Basin Symposium - Geology and ore deposits of the Great Basin, Geological Society of Nevada Fieldtrip #2 Guidebook, p.
Compilation of geology of Bowser and Sustut Basins draped on shaded relief map, north-central British Columbia: Geological Survey of Canada Open-Fileand British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Petroleum Geology Open-Filescale ,BRITISH COLUMBIA HISTORICAL QUARTERLY Published by the Archives of British Columbia Charles W.
Drysdale, Geology and Ore Deposits of Rossland, British Columbia, Ottawa, (Canada, Department of Mines, Geological Survey, came to B.C. have induced him to come, the ore was and is too poor to induce a File Size: 3MB.
The Mesozoic-Cenozoic history of the Canadian Cordillera in British Columbia was composed of five major stages: preaccretion island arc development in the Early Jurassic, micro-plate vs. continent collision in the Middle Jurassic, uplift and extension in the Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous, renewed collisional tectonics in the Middle Cretaceous, and extension and strike-slip faulting in the Cited by: