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Granitoids and rare-element pegmatites of the Georgia Lake area, northwestern Ontario

B. Zayachkivsky

Granitoids and rare-element pegmatites of the Georgia Lake area, northwestern Ontario

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Published in Thunder Bay .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Georgia Lake area,
  • Pegmatites - Ontario

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 462 P4Z3 1985 thesis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination234 p.
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22065218M

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Granitoids and rare-element pegmatites of the Georgia Lake area, northwestern Ontario by B. Zayachkivsky Download PDF EPUB FB2

Granitoids of the immediate Georgia Lake area were investigated in conjunction with rare-element pegmatites to determine the character of the granitoids as parental intrusions to rare-element pegmatites. The granitoids include two-mica leucogranites occurring as a large plutonic mass south of the pegmatite field and as smaller satellitic intrusions, the Kilgour Lake Group granitoids centered on a small gabbroic-metagabbroic unit near Kilgour Lake and tonalitic sills Author: Borys.

Zayachkivsky. Granitoids of the immediate Georgia Lake area were investigated in conjunction with rare-element pegmatites to determine the character of the granitoids as parental intrusions to rare-element pegmatites.

The granitoids include two-mica leucogranites occurring as a large plutonic mass south of the pegmatite field and as smaller satellitic intrusions, the Kilgour Lake Group granitoids centered on a small gabbroic-metagabbroic unit near Kilgour Lake tonalitic sills.

Rare Element Pegmatites Ontario. in the Dryden area of northwestern Ontario, is a late-tectonic, subsolvus, peraluminous, S-type, collisional granite that features are unambiguous genetic. This study marks the third consecutive regional investigation of mineralization associated with rare-element pegmatites and related S-type, peraluminous granites in the Superior Province of Ontario.

Although the Georgia Lake pegmatite field within the Quetico Subprovince has witnessed a long period of exploration for various rare-elements and most northwestern Ontario book lithium since its discovery in the mid.

The abundances of several important trace elements found in rare-element pegmatites are traced from their crustal sources (Mason and Moore, ), through to large granitic plutons (data from Macdonald et al., ), through to a rare-element pegmatite, represented by the bulk composition of the Tanco deposit (Stilling et al., ).

Thesis - Granitoids and Rare-Element Pegmatites of the Georgia Lake Area, Northwestern Ontario. Publication Number: Date: Author: Zayachivsky, B. Publisher Name: Lakehead University. Thesis - The Petrography and Alteration of Some Spodumene Pegmatites near Beardmore, Ontario.

Zayachkivsky B () Granitoids and rare-element pegmatites of the Georgia Lake area, northwest Ontario. M Sc Thesis, Lakehead Univ, Thunder Bay, Ontario Google Scholar Zou, Tianren, Yang, Yueqing, Guo, Yongquan, Ni, Yunxiang () China’s crust-and mantle-source pegmatites and their discriminating by: Zayachkivsky, B.

() Granitoids and Rare-Element Pegmatites of the Georgia Lake Area, Northwestern Ontario. thesis, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario. Thesis on the Granitoids and Rare-Element Pegmatites of the Georgia Lake Area, Northwestern Ontario.

Three claims are staked by Steve and Jim Forbes plus John Rapski covering the historical Jackpot showing. Robert and W. Kornick staked claims over the Salo and Carrot Showings encompassing the Jackpot claim block of Forbes and. Granitoids also have dark minerals, sometimes quite a lot and sometimes hardly any.

Usually, feldspar-plus-quartz dominates, and geologists call granitoids felsic rocks in recognition of this. A true granite can be rather dark, but if you ignore the dark minerals and assess only the felsic component, it can still be properly : Andrew Alden. The MNW pegmatite is a unique pegmatite of the Georgia Lake pegmatite field with respect to a strongly developed mineral zonation and a m core consisting predominantly of white spodumene intergrown with quartz.

Other known rare-metal pegmatites in the area contain a green iron-rich spodumene. The MNW pegmatite. —, & Branscombe, L. (): Genesis of pegmatites in the Quetico Gneiss Belt of northwestern Ontario Granitoids,»barren«pegmatites and metasediments, with additional data on rare-element pegmatites, from the Georgia Lake pegmatite field.

- by: The geological setting of pegmatites and the parental and cogenetic fertile granites worldwide range from Precambrian to Cenozoic. The rare element pegmatites occur in orogenic belts in association with late- to post-tectonic granites and large regional faults in northwestern Ontario book to lower-amphibolite-facies rocks postdating the peak of regional metamorphism.

The Georgia Lake rare-element pegmatite field and related S-type, peraluminous granites, Quetico Subprovince, north-central Ontario. Open File Report ().

Sudbury, Canada: Ontario. B-0 Map of Paleozoic Area of Northwestern Georgia ( MB) B-0 Plate 1: Deaton (Couper) Iron Ore Pits, Polk County, Georgia ( KB) B-1 A Preliminary Report on the Marbles of Georgia. A total of twenty fertile granites and their rare-element pegmatite aureoles was examined to correlate their tectonic position relative to the preceding orogenic event with their geochemical signature, namely Li, Rb, Cs, Be, Ga, Sn, NbTa, Y, Cited by: Applied Geochemistry, Vol.

7, pp./92 $+ Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press Ltd Geochemical and petrogenetic features of mineralization in rare- element granitic pegmatites in the light of current research P. C~RN~C Department of Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3T 2N2, Canada (Received 24 October ; accepted in revised Cited by: Alteration and fluid characterization of the Hamlin Lake IOCG occurrence, Northwestern Ontario, Canada  Forslund, Nathan () The Hamlin Lake area is located approximately km southwest of Thunder Bay, Ontario, in the Shebandowan Greenstone Belt of the Wawa Subprovince in the Superior Province.

Vieirópolis Pegmatite Field, Northwest of Paraíba State, Brazil: New Occurrences of Amazonite Pegmatites. In Second Eugene E.

Foord Pegmatite Symposium (p. 24). O'Grady Lake area Pezzotta, F. & Simmons, W.B.: Field Course on the Rare Element Pegmatites of cal Handbook and Field Trip guidebook. JunePaterson Lake Area ⓘ Marko’s pegmatite [Columbite-(Fe)] Tindle, A.G.

& Breaks, F.W. () Oxide minerals of the Separation Rapids rare-element granitic pegmatite group, northwestern Ontario. Canadian Mineralogist, 36,   Granitic pegmatites - Volume 87 Issue - David London. The primary focus of this review is on P-T conditions, mineralogical indicators of melt or fluid composition and textural evolution; lesser treatment is given to pegmatite sources or to pegmatite-wallrock interactions.

Investigations of stable and radiogenic isotopes have revealed that the source materials for pegmatites are likely to. @article{osti_, title = {ELEMENTS OF RARE EARTHS IN ACCESSORY MINERALS OF GRANITOIDS}, author = {Lyakhovich, V.V.}, abstractNote = {The distribution of rare earths in accessory minerals of granitoids, apatite, sphene, garnet, epidote, fluorite, zircon, orthite, monazite, and xenotime was studied.

The highest contents of rare-earth elements are typical of sphenes and fluorites. Geology and Geochronology of Granitoid and Metamorphic Rocks of Late Archean Age in Northwestern Wisconsin By P.

SIMS, Z. PETERMAN, R. ZARTMAN, and F. BENEDICT CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GEOLOGY OF THE LAKE SUPERIOR REGION GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER C A description of Archean rocks in the Puritan batholithCited by: 7.

Granitic Pegmatites as Sources of Strategic Metals INTRODUCTION Strategic elements, generally metals, are those that are of greatest risk to supply disruptions or are important to a country’s economy or defence.

The list varies with country but includes Ta, Nb, Be, Sb, W, rare earth elements (REEs), and Co. Rare-element pegmatites are enriched inFile Size: 1MB. Georgia has such a variety of different geologic terrains, the state is also rich in valuable geologic resources. In the Elberton area of Georgia's Piedmont are world-famous bodies of finely textured gray granite.

Georgia's granite has been used for building stone, headstones, statuary, and monuments around the world. Pegmatites at Lake George CO We checked out a new area last week at Lake George, but didn't believe we would find many crystals as the area was quite dug up.

First thing we did was examine the debris from the older digs, since the diggings looked promising we gave it a try. granitoids • Most workers believe that the majority of granitoids are derived by crustal anatexis, but that the mantle may also be involved in the process.

• The mantle contribution may range from being a source of heat for crustal anatexis to being the source of material as well. The effect of subducting a slab of continental crust. Pegmatite is a very coarse-grained igneous rock. Simple pegmatites are composed of large crystals of ordinary minerals.

Here is a sample of alkali feldspar granite pegmatite from Northern Norway which is composed of alkali feldspar (pink), quartz (gray) and biotite (black).

Width of view 50 cm. The dimensions of the area are approximately (east­ west) by (north-south) miles-an area of about square miles. The Louisville and Nashville Railroad runs from 3;4 to 1;4 mile east of, and essentially parallel to, the western boundary of the area.

All important communities are located along U. Size: 6MB. ORIGIN AND CLASSIFICATION OF PEGMATITES (Concluded) KnNwBru K. LaNoes, University of Kansas. of simple pegmatites in the pegmatite area of southeastern Mani-toba. CrasstrtcarroN A. Acid, (alaskite, normal granite, alkaline granite, granodigrite, Adirondacksl2l and in northwestern Manitoba All of the complex acid pegmatites known to File Size: KB.

Davidite; a review of Canadian occurrences, and report on a recent find at Kommes Lake, SaskatchewanCited by: 3. The Mayo Salah pluton, which is located in the North-Cameroon domain of Central African Bold Belt (CAFB), is emplaced as a laccolith in volcano-sedimentary schists of Poli series, and displays features of Rare-metal Granite (RMG).

It is made of two main rock groups: (1) the metaluminous barren muscovite granite (MsG) and (2) the Nb-Ta bearing peraluminous leucogranite (MsL) which expresses Cited by: 8. Georgia Lake granites (e.g. Glacier Lake batholith, Barbara Lake stock) Quetico subprovince, (Ontario, Canada) no precise age (Neoarchean) bt+ms granite.

Occasional crd+qtz symplectites partial melting of clastic metasedimentary rocks of Quetico subprovince metasedimentary enclaves common Breaks et al., 12 Armstrong Highway areaAuthor: Claire E Bucholz, Christopher J Spencer. Home. Book. Teachers. Collectors. Events. Games.

Maps. Gallery. If you have a collector in your family, welcome to the Georgia Rocks web site. Anyone can begin collecting rocks, minerals, and fossils in Georgia (subject to respecting the rights of landowners) without any knowledge of.

Kissin,SA, Zayachkivsky,B and Branscombe,LA () Genesis of pegmatites in the Quetico gneiss belt of northwestern Ontario - granitoids, "barren" pegmatites, and metasediments, with additional data on rare-element pegmatites, from the Georgia Lake pegmatite field.

Ontario. Cut locally by abundant pegmatite, aplite, and composite aplite-pegmatite of mineralogy similar to the host granite.

Unit is a 5 km by 40 km batholith that underlies the southern coast of RI. Intrusion during the latter part of Alleghanian deformation of the Narragansett Basin is indicated by its Permian age, rapid cooling, and field relations.

Papers that came out of our granite research. Nabelek, P. I., O'Neil, J. and Papike, J. () Vapor phase exsolution as a controlling factor in hydrogen isotope variation in granitic magmas: The Notch Peak granitic stock, Utah. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 66, Nabelek, P.

() Trace element modeling of the petrogenesis of granophyres and aplites in the Notch Peak. A rare-earth element (REE) or rare-earth metal (REM), as defined by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, is one of a set of seventeen chemical elements in the periodic table, specifically the fifteen lanthanides, as well as scandium and yttrium.

Scandium and yttrium are considered rare-earth elements because they tend to occur in the same ore deposits as the lanthanides and. Although emerald deposits are relatively rare, they can be formed in several different, but specific geologic settings and the classification systems and models currently used to describe emerald precipitation and predict its occurrence are too restrictive, leading to confusion as to the exact mode of formation for some emerald deposits.

Generally speaking, emerald is beryl with sufficient Cited by: 6. Commonly contains granite and pegmatite of Narragansett Pier type (and probably age). In much of area both granites occur as innumerable veins penetrating other units or as larger bodies full of inclusions of those units, which can be mapped through the bodies of granite.

Home. Book. Teachers. Collectors. Events. Games. Maps. Gallery. 3 rd Grade Local Rocks Program (Piedmont and Blue Ridge rocks). On this page you can download the graphics, lesson plans, and Google Earth files developed by Roadside Geology of Georgia co-author Dr.

Bill Witherspoon of Fernbank Science Center (FSC), during more than 15 years of working with students in DeKalb .There are in Georgia three great geological belts or areas, viz: The Paleozoic, the Crystalline and the Coastal Plain.

The Paleozoic Area lies in the extreme northwestern corner of the state. It embraces the counties of Dade, Walker, Whitfield, Catoosa, Chattooga and Floyd, and the greater part of Murray, Gordon, Bartow and Polk.The A-type Granitoids Defined by Loiselle and Wones () A stands for Anorogenic or Anhydrous or the first letter of the last choice removes the necessity of debating the meaning of A.

Magmas are emplaced in post-collisional or within plate settings, i.e., an.