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Publication: Special Volume
Auteur(s): D. S. ROBERTSON, T. P. PODOLSKY and G. E. NUTTER
Mots clés: Uranium, Conglomerate, conglomerate-hosted deposits, geology
Numéro: 1986
Volume: SV 33
Année: 1986
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Publication: Special Volume
Auteur(s): DAVID S. ROBERTSON Toronto, Ontario
Mots clés: Uranium, Uranium exploration
Numéro: 1986
Volume: SV 33
Année: 1986
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Publication: Special Volume
Mots clés: platinum-group elements, PGE, mineralogy, Recovery, Ores, conventional process
Numéro: 1986
Volume: SV 33
Année: 1986
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Sommaire: Uranium, thorium and yttrium have been recovered, since the 1950s, from pyritic quartz-pebble conglomerates occurring in the basal sediments of the Quirke syncline at Elliot Lake. Gold, an element of interest in similar type deposits occurring worldwide, is a very minor constituent of the Elliot Lake conglomerates because the provenance area of the sediments had few gold-bearing rocks.
Uranium, thorium and rare elements are found in resistate and diagenetic minerals occurring in the matrix of...
Publication: Special Volume
Auteur(s): F.Q. BARNES, Consulting Geologist
Mots clés: Uranium, Uranium exploration, Elliot Lake, Quirke syncline, milling
Numéro: 1986
Volume: SV 33
Année: 1986
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Sommaire: The Agnew Lake uranium deposits were discovered in 1953 following the discovery of the Elliot Lake deposits to the west. The original property was optioned to Kerr Addison Mines Limited who added additional claims by staking. Agnew Lake Mines Limited was incorporated in 1967 to develop the property and a shaft was sunk to 1040 metres and five levels developed before work was suspended due to low uranium prices at the end of 1970.
In 1974-75 the mine was dewatered and production started in...
Publication: Special Volume
Auteur(s): C.K. WILTON, Senior Development Geologist, Kerr Addison Mines Limited
Mots clés: Uranium, Uranium exploration, Geology, Agnew Lake Mine
Numéro: 1986
Volume: SV 33
Année: 1986
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Sommaire: 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 (2500 + Ma) and are intruded by Nipissing Diabase (2ll5 Ma). Later deformation and metamorphic events are recognized. The developing depositional basin was controlled by the incipient Great Lakes Tectonic Zone marginal to the Algoman Craton.
The Matinenda Formation (basal Huronian) comprises...
Publication: Special Volume
Auteur(s): JAMES A. ROBERTSON, Policy Advisor, Mineral Resources Branch, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources **, Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario
Mots clés: Uranium, Uranium exploration, geology, Blind River, metamorphism
Numéro: 1986
Volume: SV 33
Année: 1986
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