Yukon exploration and geology 1982

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Yukon exploration and geology Paperback – Import, January 1, by Exploration and Geological Services Division (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Exploration and Geological Services Division.

Find Yukon geology publications and digital data downloads. Yukon Geological Survey. Energy, Mines and Resources. YGS. YGSIDS. Minfile. Yukon, Exploration and Geology. Author: Canada. Exploration and Geological Services Branch.; and Northern Affairs Canada.

Publisher: Whitehorse, Yukon: Exploration and Geological. Book Chapter Geology, Exploration, and Discovery in the Tintina Gold Province, Alaska and Yukon Author(s) Craig J.

Hart Craig J. Hart Yukon Geology Program, Box (F-3), Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada Y1A 2C6. Centre for Global Metallogeny, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia.

The Yukon Plateaus are drained by the modern Yukon River and are generally underlain by the Yukon-Tanana terrane and Intermontane superterrane, which is composed of recessive rocks (mostly schists) and have undergone a high degree of metamorphism and deformation (Fig.

4a and b; Gordey and Makepeace, ).The Kaska Mountains form the heart of the Cassiar terrane and are Cited by: Yukon Geological Survey, Yukon Exploration and GeologyK.E.

MacFarlane (ed.), Yukon Geological Survey, p. Abstract: This volume contains 11 technical papers: E. Bordet - Bedrock geology of the Teslin Mtn and east Lake Laberge areas S.H. Ellis et al. - Clast fabric analysis of glacial diamict, Liard Lowlands T.A.

Fraser et al. - Yukon shale studies overview M.A. Friend et. Yukon Placer Mining Industry Debicki, R. (compiler), Yukon Geological Survey. Abstract: This volume contains reports describing the placer mining industry in Yukon during to and follows earlier annual Mineral Industry Reports for Yukon published by the Department of Indian and Northern Yukon exploration and geology 1982 book, and by the Geological Survey of Canada.

Prepared in cooperation with the British Columbia Geological Survey, Yukon Geological Survey, and XDM Geological Consultants, Inc. Porphyry Copper Assessment of British Columbia and Yukon Territory, Canada as indicated by currently available exploration results.

Yukon Geological Survey, Yukon Exploration and GeologyK.E. MacFarlane and M.G. Nordling (eds.),p. Abstract. Yukon Geological Survey, Yukon Mining, Development and Exploration OverviewD.S. Emond, L.R.

Blackburn, R.P. Hill and L.H. Weston (eds.), Yukon Geological. Yukon placer mining industry, Whitehorse, Yukon: Exploration and Geological Services, Northern Affairs Program, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R L Debicki.

The Laforma deposit has current reserves oftonnes @ oz/t Au (Yukon Exploration Geology, ) and is presently under a new stage of development. The purpose of this paper is to describe the geology and geochemistry of the Laforma deposit, and particularly to report on the unusual nature of its hydro- thermal fluids which make it.

Collier has mapped the geology of the Cape Lisburne region, and L. Prindle and F. Hess have made contributions to the knowledge of the metamorphic terranes of the Yukon-Tanana district.

It is the writer's purpose to describe in nontechnical language the larger geographic features and discuss their relation as far as the data available. Developments in Economic Geology, Volume Geochemical Exploration provides an outline of several significant areas of technical communications in relation to the mining industry.

This book discusses the role of governments, universities, and industries in the search for and development of the natural resources. Learn about Yukon bedrock geology, Yukon surficial geology and Yukon geothermal energy and the work the Yukon Geological Survey does.

Energy, Mines and Resources. Geology Memoir Geology and Mineral Resources of the Southern Coalfield; Part 1 - The South Coastal Portion N/A Memoir Geology Memoir The Geology of the Broken Hill District N/A Memoir Geology Memoir The Geology of the Clarence-Moreton Basin N/A.

Preliminary Report on Geological Control to Ore Distribution in the Whitehorse Copper Belt, Yukon Territory, filed as Assessment Report *# GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Paper HILKER, R.G.,   Aggregate resource exploration using a process-depositional model of meltwater channel development in the Eagle Plains area, northern Yukon.

In Yukon exploration and geology Edited by D.S. Emond, L.R. Blackburn, R.P. Hill and L.H. Weston. Geochemical constraints on the provenance of pre-Mississippian sedimentary rocks in the North Slope of Yukon and Alaska, GSA Books Yukon, Exploration & Geology ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Summary in French.

Six maps on 4 folded leaves in pocket. Description: 49 pages: illustrations, maps. Present geological and geophysical data available for the northern Yukon appear to deny the existence of such a fault (Bamber and Waterhouse, ; Poulton, ; Lane, ).

However, the purpose of this paper is not to argue against the southward translation of Alaska model, a task much better accomplished by those working in the northern Yukon. Yukon Geological Survey of Canada Publications, Department of Mines Publications relating to the Yukon M / Cockfield, W.

and Bell, A. / WHITEHORSE DISTRICT, YUKON, Ottawa,pb, 63 pages, 8 plates, 1 map (in pocket), - 5 - $ 75 Geological Survey of Canada Publications relating to the Yukon.

In: Yukon Exploration and GeologyK.E. MacFarlane and P.J. Sack (eds.), Yukon Geological Survey, p. Turner, E.C., A lithostratigraphic transect through the Cambro-Ordovician Franklin Mountain Formation in NTS 96D (Carcajou Canyon) and 96E (Norman Wells), NWT.

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Structural Geology: Deformation of Rocks Geology Geology for Environmental Scientists. • See Fig. in your book. Fig. Strike & Dip. A graphic representation of the concept of strike Yukon River near Eagle, Alaska. Thrust direction.

Compression experiment in tectonic. Little Chief Mine, Whitehorse Copper Belt, Whitehorse mining district, Yukon, Canada: Operated fromproducedtons Cu, 90 tons Ag, and 7 tons Au from 8, tons of ore.

The Whitehorse Copper Belt: Mining, Exploration and Geology (). Geology Section, Yukon Region, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, Bulletin 1, 29 p. ⓘ 'Amphibole Supergroup'.

Alaska Mines and Geology, Juneau: Department of Natural Resources. Volume xxxii No. 1 (January ). Volume xxxii No. 1 (January ). Burlingame, Virgnia S. "John J. Healy's Alaskan Adventure.". Denali Geology Road Guide The original edition of this book was inspired by the National Park Service Centennial during which Denali celebrated years of geological research and exploration.

Exploration and geology of the Mt. Emmons molybdenite deposits, Gunnison County, Colorado. Volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits associated with highly alkaline rift volcanics in the southeastern Yukon Territory.

James K. Mortensen; Colin I. Goswin. Economic Geology AugVol, doi. Journals & Books; Help Download PDF general are more prevalent outside the area of influence of intrusive centres (e.g.

Moore,Heidrick and Titley, ) and at deeper crustal levels in some deposits (Tosdal and L. Weston (Eds.), Yukon Exploration and GeologyExploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and.

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Abbott, G.,Origin of the Clinton Creek asbestos deposit, in Yukon exploration and geology: Exploration and Geological Services Northern Affairs, Indian and Northern Affairs, Canada, p. 18– Abe, Katsuyuki,Seismological evidence for a lithospheric tearing. Bostock, H. / YUKON TERRITORY: SELECTED FIELD REPORTS OF THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA TOOttawa,afb, pages, 1 map (in pocket), 9 figs.

(2 in pocket) - 2 - $ [Complete coverage of mining, ore deposits, and geology of the Yukon]. Carl first arrived in Yukon in and worked on a wide variety of projects in Yukon, Alaska and British Columbia before becoming Resident Geologist for the Government of Nunavut in Carl returned to the Yukon inand became a consultant and exploration contractor throughout Yukon, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories.

Francis Macdonald's research focuses on the interactions of tectonics, climate, and biological evolution through Earth history. This work begins with geological mapping, and uses stratigraphic analysis, isotope geochemistry, geochronology, paleomagnetism, and paleontology to reconstruct paleoenvironments and tectonic histories.

Yukon - Yukon - Economy: The federal and territorial governments play important roles in Yukon’s economy.

The territorial government has assumed increasing responsibility for building roads, airfields, and power-generating facilities, as well as for providing incentives to private companies interested in developing resources in the area. Few people continue to make their living by hunting.

It flows northwest, then turns west to reach its mouth at the Yukon River. Geology. The river is a gravel-bed stream located south of Dawson City. It lies on the Klondike Plateau, and forms the southern boundary of the Yukon placer gold district.

Indian River and its tributaries are the largest gold producers in the Yukon. In: Yukon Exploration and GeologyD.S. Emond and L.L. Lewis (eds.), Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon Region, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, p.

Daniel J. Soeder M.S, Scyller J. Borglum Ph.D, in The Fossil Fuel Revolution: Shale Gas and Tight Oil, Abstract. Petroleum geology concepts have been evolving in recent years with the development of shale gas and tight oil.

The old methodology for conventional resources that relied on assessing source rocks, thermal maturity, migration paths, and reservoir traps and seals has become.

Coupled with the Alaska Highway, the WWII building of the Canol pipeline facilitated access to oil at the Whitehorse refinery bringing new people, exploration, development and tourism to Yukon.

An influx of tourism led to a permanent non-native population surpassing the indigenous population for the first time. Much of this activity occurred in Whitehorse, which replaced Dawson as Yukon's. Get this from a library! Geology for development: mineral resources and exploration potential of Africa: proceedings of the sixth General Conference on African Geology, Nairobi, Kenya,December [C A Kogbe; International Geological Correlation Programme.

Project ;]. 2. Geological Profile In the last decade, there have been major discoveries of gold, silver, copper, zinc, and lead in the Yukon – but perhaps most interestingly, only 12% of the Yukon has been staked, making the region highly under-explored.

Spending on exploration and development rose from $93 million to $ million from 3.

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