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Mineral deposits of Noranda, Quebec and Cobalt, Ontario. by David H. Watkinson

Mineral deposits of Noranda, Quebec and Cobalt, Ontario. by David H. Watkinson

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Published by Energy, Mines and Resources in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ore deposits - Noranda, PQ,
  • Ore deposits - Cobalt, ON,
  • Cobalt, Ontario

  • Edition Notes

    11

    ContributionsWatkinson, D.H.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination52 p.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21984929M

    Reference: Petruk (): The Silver-Arsenide Deposits of the Cobalt-Gowganda Region, Ontario. Can. Mineral. 11, ; Ann P. Sabina () Rocks and Minerals for the Collector: Cobalt-Belleferre-Timmins; Ontario and Quebec. Canadian Geological Survey Paper ⓘ. Full text of "Convocation Installation of the Chancellor R. Gordon Robertson, June 1 " See other formats 0- Digitized by the Internet Archive in http://arch i ve. org/detai I s/carletoncovoj 1 carl Carleton University Ottawa, Canada Convocation Installation of the Chancellor R. Gordon Robertson Sunday, June i, Order of Proceedings Sunday, June 1, Afternoon Ceremony (The.

    Prospector -- began looking for gold in Ontario--decided to take it to Quebec; ended up finding a big deposit, the Horne Copper and gold which began Noranda. Born in NS. Miner and prospector of old. Worked at Oldham Gold in NS. Went from Colarado to BC to California. Real Deadwood territoriy. Heard of silver in Ontario at Cobalt in and. A trip from Toronto to Northern Ontario, taken to appreciate the wonderful mineral storehouses that lie so close to our doors: a detailed description. The geology of the Cobalt Silver District, better understood now than it was in the early years of the camp's activities. Mining development now carried on much more scientifically; some examples.

    Geologic Field Trip Guidebooks Web Archive. Collected by: Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation Archived since: Jul, Description: The Geologic Field Trip Guidebook Web Archive is an initiative developed by librarians at Columbia University, Dartmouth College, Duke University, and Princeton University, under the auspices of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation. Norman. B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering, University of British Columbia, Stores Road, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z4, Canada Interests: mineral and coal processing; minerals' characterization using cutting edge technologies, e.g. XPS, AFM, micro-FTIR and other like Inverse Gas Chromatography (IGC) for minerals characterization; recovery of rare earths from mine tailings; urban mining.


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Mineral deposits of Noranda, Quebec and Cobalt, Ontario. by David H. Watkinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genre/Form: Guidebooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watkinson, D.H. Mineral deposits of Noranda, Quebec and Cobalt, Ontario. [Ottawa]: Energy, Mines. Miners in Cobalt, Ont. Silver deposits were first discovered in the northern Ontario town in the early s.

(Town of Cobalt) "Very few [mining companies] are at a level where they'd be putting. Watkinson's 73 research works with 1, citations and 2, reads, including: Online Resource 2. Re and Au contents of molybdenites from Canadian mineral deposits and occurrences. in the Cobalt district, Ontario.

Article. 14 km north-northwest of Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, within the. Mineral deposits of Canada: a synthesis of major deposit-types, district metallogeny, the evolution of geological provinces, and exploration methods Issue 5 of Special publication: Authors: Wayne David Goodfellow, Geological Association of Canada: Editor: Wayne David Goodfellow: Publisher: Geological Association of Canada, Mineral Deposits.

The bar graphs superimposed on this map of Canada show the amount of mineral production (in current dollars) for each province and territory for the years and (p). The top jurisdictions by value of mineral production in were Ontario ($ billion), Quebec.

Metallurgical ContentCopperWhere to Find Copper in British ColumbiaWhere to Find Copper in YukonWhere to Find Copper in ManitobaWhere to Find Copper in OntarioWhere to Find Copper in QuebecWhere to Find Copper in New BrunswickWhere to Find Copper in Nova ScotiaNickel and CobaltWhere to Find Nickel and Cobalt in OntarioWhere to Find Nickel in Manitoba Copper Copper.

Close mobile search navigation. Article navigation. Vol Number 5. In Ontario, large quantities of amethyst formed during the faulting of the Lake Superior Basin, between layers of Archean and Proterozoic rocks. This process occurred before the glaciations of the Great Lakes ba to 10, years ago, which depressed the land surface, scooped out thousands of lake basins, and carried away much of the.

Let's not forget, the great silver boom in Cobalt, the gold rushes in Kirkland Lake (), Red Lake (), Hemlo () and a host of base metal camps that all provided Ontario history with. Re-opened mines included the Sigma-Lamaque gold mine in Quebec, the Holt gold mine in Ontario, the Francoeur gold mine in Quebec, and the QR gold mine in British Columbia.

In the reserves compilation, the Fraser Morgan and Totten nickel-copper deposits in Ontario were listed as opening. In fact, neither mine opened in back to Mining in Ontario *Please note that much of the information and all of the images below were provided from a book written in the 's.

It was very up-to-date at the time when the book was published, but is not the most current information. It has been greatly simplified. Discovering a deposit On August 7,two railroad workers –J.H. McKinley and Ernest Darragh. InAlphonse Olier and Auguste Renault discovered the first gold deposit in the Rouyn-Noranda region, on the shores of Lac Fortune.

Despite their discovery, the area only became a centre for mining following the staking of claims and the discovery of a copper and gold deposit at the northern end of Lac Tremoy by Edmund Horne, a prospector.

Precious metal mining in Northern Ontario was followed by the discovery of the copper gold deposits in the Rouyn district of Quebec and construction of a smelter at Noranda in In northern Manitoba, the Great War was responsible for shipments of copper ore from the Mandy Mine.

The Val d’Or/Rouyn-Noranda camp is located in the province of Quebec and has produced 72 million ounces of gold to date (December ). This makes the Val d’Or/Rouyn-Noranda camp the second richest gold mining district in Canada after the Timmins camp in northern Ontario which has produced just over 76 million ounces by the end of The asset of the potential mineral wealth of Canada.

The discovery of important mineral deposits as the single factor which has done more to encourage the settlement of large areas than any other. How the discovery of the Klondike spread knowledge of the grain possibilities of the Prairies, while Cobalt, Kirkland Lake and Porcupine have been largely responsible for the development of an.

Minor deposits that occur, at least in part, within Archean greenstone belts, but that are probably related to deformational and metamorphic processes during post-Archean events, include the Co-Ni-Ag ores of Cobalt, Ontario (Smyk and Watkinson, ), largely sited in Neoproterozoic sequences, and the Cu-Au deposits of Chibougamau, Quebec (Guha.

All Abitibi was his cause-- a region. Val D'Or in Quebec. was a minister of the crown and a mayro. Helped formed the Read-Authier syndicate.

Val d'or is in Quebec, Canad. A new book about the history of the Town of Cobalt takes an in-depth look at its role in shaping the Canadian mining industry and its underappreciated contributions to the country’s economy. Cobalt: Canada’s Forgotten Silver Boom Town, written by Prof.

Douglas Baldwin, is a page illustrated account that’s been four decades in the making. Mines of the Cobalt-Gowganda Area. This listing of mines of the Cobalt-Gowganda area is a distillation of the mines listed in “Silver Cobalt Calcite Veins of Ontario, Ontario Department of Mines, by A.O.

Sergiades, Changes that are known have been added, along with notes of particular interest to mineral collectors. - TECHNICAL REPORT: Screening Level Health Risk Assessment of the Historical Mining Tour of Cobalt, Ontario. Ontario Ministry of the Environment»Download Executive Summary ( kB)»Download full report ( MB) – A Grey Wee Town: An Environmental History of Early Silver Mining at Cobalt, Ontario.

By Douglas Baldwin and David Duke. Geology is a science which focuses on the study of solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed and the processes by which it changes. It provides insight into the Earth's past including the evolutionary history of life and past y is commercially important for mineral exploration and for evaluating natural resources.

It also helps find solutions to.Home» Mines and Minerals» Land Tenure and Geoscience Resources» MLAS. Historical Mining Claim Maps. Before Claim Maps were available online, in which current and active claims may be viewed, claims were drawn on linen, paper and, later, Mylar sheets.