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Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits

Canada. Natural Resources Canada.

Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits

by Canada. Natural Resources Canada.

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Published by Natural Resources Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

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  • Gold ores -- Geology -- Canada.

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    Statementby K.H. Poulsen ...[et al.]
    SeriesBulletin (Geological Survey of Canada) ; 540
    The Physical Object
    Pagination106 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
    Number of Pages106
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22128191M

    When prospecting for gold, learning about the geology of your area could have big payoffs! This book is written for experienced gold hunters, and examines "The relationship of Regional Geology to the Types of Placer Deposits (With Emphasis on Epithermal Deposits Forming Eluvial Placers and How to Metal Detect Them); Meteorites - Mining. / GOLD ‘ AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON THE GEOLOGY OF GOLD DEPOSITS, Proceedings Volume, Toronto, `, cl, pages, - 3 -, $ [Books includes 6 major sections: Canadian Precambrian Gold Deposits Re-interpreted, New Canadian Gold Deposits, Gold in Precambrian Shields, Hemlo Gold Camp, Epithermal Deposits, Epithermal and other Deposits.

    The Metallogeny of Lode Gold Deposits: A Syngenetic Perspective is a synthesis of lode gold vein forming processes, addressing the commonality in similar worldwide deposits. The book’s empirical model incorporates widely known and accepted principles of ore deposition and shows how it applies in the volcanic-sedimentary greenstone belt environment. Schroeter, T.G. and Panteleyev, A., , Lode gold-silver deposits of the Northern Cordillera: Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Spec. Vol., in press. Epithermal Vein-type Gold Deposits with a brief look at the factors that affect the viability of a gold deposit Conditions.

    Orogenic gold deposits, or gold deposits in metamorphic rocks, are the spatially and temporally most widespread gold deposit type, defining important exploration targets in Precambrian shields and in Phanerozoic orogen ic belts. Detailed material for this globally important deposit type will be provided on tectonic and structural controls. Hydrothermal Alteration Mineralogy and Geochemistry of the Archean World-Class Canadian Malartic Disseminated-Stockwork Gold Deposit, Southern Abitibi Greenstone Belt, Quebec, Canada. Economic Geology, Vol. , Issue. 6, p.


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Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits by Canada. Natural Resources Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geological Classification of Canadian Gold Deposits Paperback – January 1, by K. Poulsen (Author), F. Robert (Author), B Dube (Author), Geological Survey of Canada.

(Author) & 1 moreCited by: Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits. Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Knud Howard Poulsen; F Robert; B Dubé; Geological Survey of Canada.

Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits. Responsibility. K.H. Poulsen, F. Robert, and B. Dubé. Language.

English. Abstract and summary also in French. Imprint. Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, Physical description.

Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits / K.H. Poulsen, F. Robert, and B. Dubé.: ME-PDF "Classifications of ore deposits provide essential frameworks for designing exploration strategies, evaluating prospects, and performing resource assessments of selected paper proposes a geological classification of lode gold deposits, based largely.

This volume defines and summarizes in a comprehensive and systematic manner the essential characteristics of all economically significant types of Canadian mineral deposits. These summaries reflect the current understanding of mineral deposits and correspond closely to the definition of mineral-deposit types in common use.

Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available World Gold Deposits: A Geological Classification Studies in geology: Author: Jean-Jacques Bache: Edition: revised: Publisher: North Oxford Academic, COVID Resources.

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Precambrian Iron-Formations. Gold Deposits. Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits This book provides a review of the geology and settings of metalliferous deposits. Classification of gold deposits is much more than a textbook exercise: it provides an essential framework for resource assessment studies, for designing exploration strategies (e.g., what type of deposit to look for, where and how), and for evaluating prospects.

The final section of this volume, Chapter 9 (De Souza et al., ), describes the geology and geological setting of the orogenic and/or intrusion-centered Canadian Malartic deposit in the town of Malartic in Quebec.

Commercial production of the open pit mining operation began in Maywith proven and probable Au reserves of t, contained in Mt of ore grading an.

Metallurgical ContentGold Deposit Class #1Gold Deposit Class #2Gold Deposit Class #3Gold Deposit Class #4Gold Deposit Class #5Gold Deposit Class #6Gold Deposit Class #7Gold Deposit Class #8Gold Deposit Class #9Gold “Deposit” Class #10 Gold/Auriferous Deposits can be classified into types for which here is a List of 10 Types of Gold Deposits: Auriferous.

Gold Deposits and Their Geological Classification. World Gold Deposits: A Geological Classification Hardcover – January 1, by J. Bache (Author)Reviews: 1. Geological classification of Canadian gold deposits / Author: K.H.

Poulsen, F. Robert, B. Dube. Publication info: Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, - Geology - pages 0 Reviews The objective of this volume is to define and summarize in a brief and systematic manner the essential characteristics of all economically significant types of Canadian mineral deposits.

Article citations. More>> Boyle, R. The Geochemistry of Gold and Its Deposits. Canadian Geological Survey Bulletin,p. has been cited by the following article. Card KD, Poulsen KH, Robert F. The Archean Superior Province of the Canadian Shield and its lode gold deposits.

In The Geology of Gold Deposits: the Perspective in Edited by R.R. Keays, W.R.H. Ramsay, and D.I. Groves. Economic Geology Monograph 6: Google Scholar. The classification is broad but complex and there is much debate in the technical literature about the assignment of various, previously classified orogenic gold deposits as being IRGS types.

A simplistic view is that there are two broad styles of IRGS gold deposits. PERTZEL TAHAN & ASSOCIATES PTY LTD Page 1. The so-called `mesothermal' gold deposits occupy a consistent spatial/temporal position (), having formed during deformational processes at convergent plate margins (orogeny) irrespective of whether they are hosted in Archaean or Proterozic greenstone belts or Proterozoic and Phanerozoic sedimentary rock sequences (e.g.

Barley and Groves, ; Kerrich and. Gold deposits are formed via a very wide variety of geological processes.

Deposits are classified as primary, alluvial or placer deposits, or residual or laterite deposits. Often a deposit will contain a mixture of all three types of ore. Plate tectonics is the underlying mechanism for generating gold deposits. National Instrument (the "NI " or the "NI") is a national instrument for the Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects within Canada.

The Instrument is a codified set of rules and guidelines for reporting and displaying information related to mineral properties owned by, or explored by, companies which report these results on stock exchanges within Canada.Gold is mainly found in two types of deposits: lode (hard rock veins) and placer (surface).

Locating the richest gold bearing areas primarily involves research, planning, dedication and funds. In other words, those who study geological surveys, land formations, rock structures and gold prospecting history prior to prospecting may have a better.Geology and Gold Deposits of the Marysville Mining District, Montana By JAMES W.

WHIPPLE Gold Deposits of the Boulder County Gold District, Colorado By JAMES A. SAUNDERS Part I is Chapter H U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN GEOLOGY AND RESOURCES OF GOLD IN THE UNITED STATES DANIEL R. SHAWE and ROGER P. ASHLEY, Scientific Editors.