Geology of McFadden and Rattray townships area, District of Timiskaming
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Published by Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto .
Written in English


  • McFadden Township,
  • Rattray Township

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Pagination71 p.
Number of Pages71
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Open LibraryOL22029163M

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and geological evolution of McFadden and Rattray Townships which comprise a km2 north- south rectangular area situated east of Kirkland Lake along the Ontario-Quebec border. east part of Hearst Township, and south west part of McFadden Township. There are forty claims numbered L to ; L to ; L to ; L to ; L to ; L to all inclusive and L recorded in the names of R.A. MacGregor, Palace Drive, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario andFile Size: 1MB. in the northeast corner of Mcfadden Township Larder Lake Mining Division, Ontario. The survey was carried out to ground define an airborne magnetic anomaly, as part of part of a kimberlite exploration program. (Fig. 2) PROPERTY DESCRIPTION, LOCATION and ACCESS: The property consists of a single four unit mining claim, covering. The Larder Lake-Cadillac Break at Kirkland Lake marks the southern limit of the outcrop area of conglomerate, sandstone, and alkalic volcanic rocks of the Timiskaming Group (Cooke and Moorehouse, ; Corfu et al., ; Mueller et al., ). It is noteworthy that, apart from local minor folds, the weakly deformed Timiskaming Group faces southward toward the truncating “break.”.

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Civil Township Maps Depicting civil township boundaries, PLS boundaries, public roads and other major features To view PDFs, Adobe Acrobat Reader or higher is required-- .   The auriferous zone long known as the “Larder Lake Break” and more recently as the “Larder Lake Exhalite” is here interpreted as an exhalative kimberlitic carbonatite on the basis of its K, Ba, Sr, Mg, Fe, Cr, Ni and Co contents, and by comparison with similar younger rocks. Gold is believed to have been deposited syngenetically with this stratiform carbonatite and to be genetically Cited by: 5. GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE QUAKERTOWN-DOYLESTOWN DISTRICT, PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY 1 By F. BASCOM, E. T. WHERRY, G. W. STOSE, and A. I. JONAS INTRODUCTION By P. BASCOM LOCATION AND GENERAL RELATIONS OF THE AREA The Quakertown and Doylestown quadrangles, in this bulletinCited by: 5. GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS, EAST FLANK OF THE ELKHORN MOUNTAINS, BROADWATER;COUNTY, MONTANA By M. R. KLEPPER, E. T. RUPPEL, V. L. FREEMAN, and R. A. WEEKs ABSTRACT The Elkhorn Mountains are an oval-shaped mountain mass in west-central Montana that is located between the city of Helena and the valley of the Jefferson by: