Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. by Richard W. Hutchinson Download PDF EPUB FB2
Get this from a library. Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. [Richard W Hutchinson]. Hutchinson RW () Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories. Geol Surv Can Bull 50 pp Google Scholar Jahns RH () The genesis of pegmatites II: quantitative analysis of lithium-bearing pegmatite, Mora County, New by: Richard W.
Hutchinson, Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Bull. 34, Lithium resources in the Yellowknife area by: 5. —, Wise, M.
& Černý, P. (): Distribution and structural setting of fertile granites and related pegmatites in the Yellowknife pegmatite field, District of Mackenzie. - Current Res. - Current by: Hutchinson RW () Regional zonation of pegmatite near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories.
Geol Surv Can Bull 34 Jahns RH () The study of by: This may outline a special zonation within a metallogenic province. — At the end of the paper, the author gives a comparison of Central and West African rare-metal pegmatite type classification with similar classifications obtained in U.S.S.R., in U.S.A.
and in Canada. Fabrics and Deformation of Archean Metasedimentary Rocks, Ross Lake – Gordon Lake Area, Slave Province, Northwest Territories Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 12(5) Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada. Paper3. Robert B. Rowe, Pegmatitic mineral deposits of the Yellowknife-Beaulieu region.
Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada. Paper4. Richard W. Hutchinson. Regional zonation of pegmatites near Ross Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. The Cross Lake pegmatite field and the Red Cross Lake Li-bearing pegmatites occur in the Archean Sachigo subprov- ince of the Superior Province in central and northeastern Manitoba, respectively.
The Cross Lake pegmatite field occurs over an area of ap- proximately km2 at the western margin of the subprovince and about 30 km east of the. Hutchinson RW () Regional zonation of pegmatites at Ross Lake, NWT Geol Surv Can Bull pp Cerny P () Distribution and structural setting of fertile granites and related pegmatites in the Yellowknife pegmatite field, District of Mackenzie.
Geol Surv Can Pap northwest Queensland, a microstructural study. Econ Geol 80(1) Calcium-rich beusite occurs in a pegmatite from the regionally zoned Peg swarm of the Archean Yellowknife pegmatite field, Northwest Territories.
Beusite occurs as pale brown tabular lamellae, up. Granite and pegmatite studies at Northern Indian Lake Study of pegmatite bodies and enclosing rocks, Yellowknife-Beaulieu region, District of Mackenzie.
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