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Huronian geology and the Blind River uranium deposits

Huronian geology and the Blind River uranium deposits

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Published by Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto .
Written in English

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  • Uranium - Ontario - Blind River

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    Pagination159 p.
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22028309M

    Uranium deposits formed at nearly all steps of the geological cycle, from high-grade metamorphic conditions (up to °C and 5–7 kbar) for the uranothorianite pyroxenite deposits from the Tranomaro area in the southern part of Madagascar, to plutonic, metasomatic, hydrothermal, basinal diagenetic, metamorphic, and volcanic to sedimentary and superficial environments with the calcretes Cited by: 6. Journal Article: GEOLOGY AND URANIUM DEPSOITS OF THE BLIND RIVER AREA, ONTARIO. GEOLOGY AND URANIUM DEPSOITS OF THE BLIND RIVER AREA, ONTARIO. Full Record; Other Related Research; Authors: Robertson, J A Publication Date: Wed Jan 01 EST Research Org.: Ontario Dept. of Mines, Toronto.

    Recent work in the Blind River-Elliot Lake area falls into the following categories: 1) recently completed or current Ontario Department of Mines and Northern Affairs mapping programs; 2) other Provincial, Federal, or joint activities; 3) the work undertaken by exploration or mining companies; and 4) . 1. Location of Blind River Area. 2. Key to recent geological maps, North Shore of Lake Huron. 3. Blind River Area, general geology. 4. Table of Formations. 5. Lateral variation in Bruce Group. 6. Comparison of stratigraphical nomenclatures used for North Shore, of Lake Huron. 7. Uranium deposits .

    SIZE AND GRADE OF DEPOSITS Subtype Huronian deposits The main mining areas in the Elliot Lake district are about 10 km apart and extend down dip to depths of about m below surface on the north and south flanks of a syncline (Fig. ). The largest, at Quirke Lake, extends 10 km in. Ore conglomerates of the Blind River area lie at or near the base of the Huronian sedimentary section in discontinuous, sheet-like, partly overlapping, south east trending zones within a major north northeast belt. They are part of a sequence of detrital sediments laid down in a beach and delta.


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Similar uranium deposits occur at Agnew Lake and in the basal Huronian north of Sudbury there are minor uranium and gold values. Provenance, lack of complete oxidation, transportation and depositional processes, redistribution during diagenesis and possibly low grade metamorphism, and the lack of postdepositional destructive processes are the dominant factors in the formation and preservation of the ores.

Huronian geology and the Blind River (Elliot Lake) uranium deposits* Special Volume, Vol. SV 33, No.In the Blind River area Proterozoic clastic and sedimentary rocks and minor volcanic rocks (The Huronian Supergroup) uncomformably overlie and trangress northwards over dominantly granitic Archean terrane ( + Ma) and are intruded.

Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. Publication: OFR Publication Details: Title: Huronian geology and the Blind River uranium deposits Author: Robertson, J.A. Series: Open File Report Type: Monograph Publication Year: Publication Geographic Area.

The Uranium Deposits of the Blind River Area — Canada. Chapter. This is one of the world’s major sources of uranium. The ore-Minerals occur in conglomerates at the base of the first sequence of epicontinental sediments to be deposited after the stabilization of the Archean Shield of : Colin J.

Dixon. Evidence of the origin of the Blind River uranium deposits Duncan R. Derry. Duncan R. DerryCited by: On the Blind River uranium ores and their origin D.

Robertson. RobertsonCited by: 9. Algoma District Ontario Canada Eastern Canada actinides Blind River Ontario economic geology metals sedimentary rocks mineral deposits, genesis Ontario uranium You do not currently have access to this : S. Roscoe.

Huronian Geology and the Blind River Uranium Deposits by James A. Robertson ly83 Parts of this publication may be quoted if credit is given. It is recommended that reference to this report be made in the following form: Robertson, James A.

Huronian Geology and the Blind River Uranium Deposits, Ontario Geological Survey Open File Report. The present study was designed to test the placer gold potential of the Elliot Lake Group, Ontario, Canada.

Pyritic quartz-pebble conglomerates and conglomeratic sandstones of probable fluvial. Sedimentary Geology, 63 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands Sedimentology of the Lower Huronian Supergroup (Early Proterozoic), Elliot Lake area, Ontario, Canada PHILIP W.

FRALICK 1 and ANDREW D. MIALL 2 1 Department of Geology, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ont. PTB 5E1 (Canada): Department of Geology, University of Cited by: On the occurrence of uranium in ancient conglomerates Charles Findlay Davidson.

Charles Findlay DavidsonCited by: Uraniferous reef-type quartz pebble conglomerates of Lower Huronian age, north of Lake Huron, and disseminated uraninite-bearing pegmatites in the Greenville sub-province of the Canadian Shield have been under investigation in Ontario during the past two by: 2.

Conglomerates of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, and in the Blind River district of Ontario, Canada, contain millions, possibly billions, of tons or ore ranging in grade from a few hundredths to percent by: 6. Lower Huronian Sandstones; Correlation Problems and Uranium; Morin Township Area, Ontario Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 12(2) February with 16 Reads.

The Elliot Lake-Blind River uranium deposits are located to the north of Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada, km west of Sudbury. Mines include Denison, Quirke, Panel and Stanleigh. These deposits are hosted within the up to 12 km thick Huronian Supergroup, which was deposited between and Ma (Hoffman, ) and overlies the Superior Province Archaean basement on the north.

Geology and Uranium Deposits, Quirke Lake-Elliot Lake, Blind River Area, Ontario (Preliminary Report),Paper, P 21 pages with 3 map figures in back pocket. Roscoe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Blind River-Elliot Lake mining area. The claims group is six miles north and east from the town of Blind River and four miles west and uouth from the town of Elliot Lake.

It can be readily reached by Highway 55Jt from Blind River to Heron Lake, and then by a bush road for a distance- of five m j ley, to the property. MoOANNUI,!. The Elliot Lake – Blind River, Ontario, paleoplacer deposits in the basal Matineda Formation, lowermost member of the – Ga old Huronian Supergroup, contain organic matter chemically consist Cited by: The Blind River uranium deposits: the ores and their setting [James Alexander Robertson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : James Alexander Robertson.

Most of the fill of the Huronian basin consists of siliciclastic rocks. The lower part of the succession (informally labelled ‘lower Huronian’ in Fig. 2) has a restricted distribution relative to the ‘upper Huronian’, which begins with the Gowganda Huronian succession is commonly considered to begin with uranium-rich sandstones and quartz pebble conglomerates of the Cited by: "original Huronian area." The early work in this area culminated with the classical report of Collins () in which much of the present nomenclature was established.

The discovery of uranium deposits in the Blind River-Elliot Lake area in reYou have no items in your shopping cart. Previous. About Us.