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Geology of the Flin Flon-White Lake area. By A.H. Bailes and E.C. Syme
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Volcanic rocks in the Flin Flon area are part of a ca. Ma juvenile arc assemblage (Syme et al., ), consisting mostly of subaqueous mafic rocks with associated volcaniclastic deposits and. The Flin Flon arc assemblage (– Ga) consists of basaltic, basaltic andesite and rhyolitic rocks interpreted to have been erupted in an island-arc to back-arc setting (Syme and Bailes, , Syme et al., ).The Hidden formation of the Flin Flon arc assemblage conformably overlies the Flin Flon, Callinan, and Triple 7 deposits which are located in the City of Flin Flon.
Ansdell, K.M., , Epigenetic gold deposits and their relationship to the evolution of the western Flin Flon Domain, Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Geological Survey Open House , Abstract volume. A.H. Bailes, E.C. SymeGeology of the Flin Flon-White Lake area Manitoba Department of Energy and Mines, Geological Services Branch, Geology Report .
The rhyolitic units are within a relatively narrow fault sliver, the Grassy Narrows zone (Bailes and Syme, ), which has a maximum width of m ().Metavolcanic units in the Grassy Narrows zone are a bimodal basalt–rhyolite suite that include MORB-like basalt and extension-related rhyolite ().All rock units have near-vertical dips, and maps are thus cross-sections through the . Subsequent work, both near Flin Flon and elsewhere in the Flin Flon–Snow Lake belt, including the Amisk Lake area, has resulted in the identification of a number of fault-bounded lithotectonic assemblages (Reilly, ; Stern et al., a, b; Lucas et al., ).
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Geology of the Barrington Lake-Melvin Lake-Fraser Lake area By H.P. Gilbert NOTE: This report supersedes Preliminary Maps L-2, L-1 and L GR Geology of the Flin Flon-White Lake area By A.H.
Bailes and E.C. Syme. GR Geology of the southern part of the Rusty Lake volcanic belt By D.A. Baldwin. Bailes, A.H., and Syme. E.C. Geology of the Flin Flon–White Lake area; Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services, Geological Report GR, p. Lentz, D.R. Petrogenetic evolution of felsic volcanic sequences associated with Phanerozoic volcanic-hosted massive.
Geology of the Flin Flon-White Lake area By A.H. Bailes and E.C. Syme. Geoscientific Report GR Geology of the southern part of the Rusty Lake volcanic belt By D.A.
Baldwin NOTE: This report supersedes Preliminary Maps R-1; R Geoscientific Report GRB Geology of the Knee Lake-Gods Lake area By H.P. Gilbert. Bailes, A.H.
and Syme, E.C. Geology of the Flin Flon– White Lake area; Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services, Geological Report GR, p. David, J.
And Syme, E. U-Pb geochronology of late Neoarchean tonalites in the Flin Flon Belt, Trans-Hudson Orogen; surprise at surface; Can.
Jour. of Earth. Bailes, A.H. and Syme, E.C. Geology of the Flin Flon–White Lake area; Manitoba Energy and Mines, Minerals Division, Geological Report GR, p. Bleeker, W. New structural-metamorphic constraints on Early Proterozoic oblique collision along the Thompson Nickel Belt, Manitoba, Canada; in The Early Proterozoic Trans-Hudson Orogen.
Flin Flon, Schist Lake and Mandy area rocks. References Bailes, A.H. and Syme, E.C.Geology of the Flin Flon–White Lake area: Manitoba Energy and Mines. A sulphur isotope study of sulphides from the Flin Flon–Snow Lake–Hargrave River–Talbot area shows that sulphides from the Cu-Zn VHMS deposits have δ34S values that range between − and.
Syme, E.C., And Bailes, A.H Stratigraphy and tectonic setting of Early Proterozoic volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits, Flin Flon, Manitoba, Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the.
Geology and hydrothermal alteration of the hanging wall stratigraphy to the Flin Flon–– Callinan volcanogenic massive sulphide horizon (NTS 63K12NW and 13SW), Flin Flon area, Manitoba. In Report of activitiesManitoba Industry. Petrogenesis of the Ga mafic hanging wall sequence to the Flin Flon, Callinan, and Triple 7 massive sulphide deposits, Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada Y.
DeWolfe, a H. Gibson, a S. Piercey a a Mineral Exploration Research Centre, Department of Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Ramsey Lake Road Sudbury ON P3E 6C7, Canada. the Flin Flon Belt are hosted by felsic volcanic rocks. References Bailes, A.H. and Syme, E.C. Geology of the Flin Flon-White Lake area; Manitoba Energy and Mines, Minerals Division, Geological Report GRp.
Gilbert, H.P. Geological investigations in the northern Flin Flon Belt, Manitoba (parts of NTS. Bedrock geology of the Hook Lake Block The Hook Lake Block is bounded by the Manis-tikwan Lake Fault on the east, and the Cliff Lake Fault on the west (Bailes and Syme, ; Figure GS).
Mapping in the Hook Lake Block during focused on the northern portion (Figure GS). The simpliﬁed geology of the area is shown in Figure GS blocks such as those recognized by Bailes and Syme () and Syme () in the adjacent Flin Flon-White Lake area of Manitoba; 3.
to determine the geotectonic setting of the vol canogenic units; 4. to geochemically characterize sequences and units considered to be of importance with regard to base metal and gold mineralization. The McBratney Lake PGE-Au occurrence is hosted in the Bear Lake basaltic andesite, close to a gabbroic intrusive body (Theyer, ) that is interpreted to be related to the Wonderland gabbro, which is part of the Bear Lake Block (Bailes and Syme, ).
This tectonic block is part of the to Ga Flin Flon greenstone belt (Syme et al. Geology of the Flin Flon -White Lake area. Jan ; A H Bailes; E C Syme; Bailes, A.H., and Syme, E.C.
Geology of the Flin Flon -White Lake area. Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological. Bailes AH, Syme EC () Geology of the Flin Flon-White Lake Area.
Manit Energy Mines, Geol Rep GR Google Scholar Bickford ME, Collerson KD, Lewry JF, Van Schmus WR, Chiarenzelli JR () Proterozoic collisional tectonism in the Trans-Hudson orogen, Saskatchewan. TECTONOPHYSICS ELSEVIER Tectonophysics () Three-dimensional collisional structure of the Trans-Hudson Orogen, Canada S.B.
Lucas a, D. White a, Z. Hajnal b, J. Lewry c, A. Green d, R. Clowes e, H. Zwanzig f, K. Ashton g, D. Schiedewitz f, M. Stauffer b, A. Norman h, P.F. Williams h, G. Spence i Geological Survey of Canada, Booth Street, Ottawa, Ont.
K1A OE8. Geology of the Flin Flon – White Lake area. Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Re-port E C Syme; Bailes, A.H., and Syme, E.C. Geology of the Flin Flon – White Lake area. Manitoba. Surﬁcial geology of the Swan River area / by E.
Nielsen, published GR Geology of the Flin Flon–White Lake area / by A.H. Bailes and E.C. Syme, published GR Geology of the Barrington Lake–Melvin Lake–Fraser Lake area / by H.P.
Gilbert, published Report of Activities Report of Field Activitiespublished Geology of the exposed basement in the Reed Lake area, Flin Flon belt, west-central Manitoba (parts of NTS 63K9, 10, 15, 16) by S.
Gagné, E.C. Syme, S.D. Anderson and A.H. Bailes (scale ). Bleeker W - Thompson Area - General Geology and Ore Deposits: in Galley A G, Bailes A H, Syme E C, Bleeker W, Macek J J, Gordon T S, (Eds), Geology & Mineral Deposits of the Flin Flon and Thompson Belts, Manitoba, International Association on the Genesis of Ore Deposits Guide Book No.
10 Geological Survey of Canada, Open File pp The geology in the Tartan and Mikanagan lakes area (Fig. GS) has been investigated by a number of workers, including Tanton (), Bateman and Harrison () and Bailes and Syme (), who provided a regional geolog-ical framework and synthesis for this part of the Flin Flon greenstone belt.
Gilbert (,and.Flin Flon - Mandy mapscale Last provincial maps Thomas, (Saskatchewan) Douglas –Phantom Lake and South Main mapsscale Bailes and Syme, (Manitoba) Flin Flon-White Lake Mapscale.