2 edition of Guide to Granitic Rock Nomenclature Used in Reports of the Ontario Division of Mines. found in the catalog.
Guide to Granitic Rock Nomenclature Used in Reports of the Ontario Division of Mines.
Ontario. Dept. of Mines.
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Guide to Granitic Rock Nomenclature Used in Reports of the Ontario Division of Mines; Ontario Div. Mines, MP 52, 14 p. Giblin, P.E., Leahy, E.J. Geological Compilation of the Batchawana Sheet, Districts of Algoma and Sudbury; Ontario Geological Survey Prelim.
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Mines, MP 52, 14 p. Giblin, P.E., Leahy, E.J. Resear ch Division, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6P4, Canada A BSTRACT The classi ﬁ cation of granitic pegmatites was frequently attempted during the past century. In most cases in hard rock core logging alteration is a large part of the mineralogy.
It tells you where the rock has changed – like from fluid movement or contact with a heat source. This is especially true in vein style gold deposits as we have here in NW Ontario. The alteration of the right type usually will denote mineralization and ore.
1. Introduction. Portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) spectrometers are widely used in mining and exploration programs, because they provide the advantage of completing measurements in situ (non-destructive) and collecting large amounts of geochemical data rapidly at low costs (Fisher et al., ).Although pXRF is considered a routine semi-quantitative analytical tool (Arne et al., ), the Cited by: 6.
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An informal name for dark green to black amphiboles, mostly ferro-hornblende or magnesio-hornblende according to the current nomenclature. In the book "Rock-forming minerals, volume 2b, double chain silicates" by Deer, Howie & Zussman (), the term "hornblende" is used as a group name for all aluminous amphiboles in the calcium amphibole subgroup of the Amphibole Supergroup.
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Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey editorial standards and stratigraphic nomenclature 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, California 2 California Division of Mines and Geology, Sacramento, California.
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Jade never shows external crystal structure except in rare cases where it pseudomorphs, or mimics the crystal habit of another mineral. I had heard about this phenomenon from a couple of rock hounds over the years, but never witnessed it until about 15 years ago when I found a pocket of hexagonal jade in the Granite Mountains (Wyoming) northeast of the Red Dwarf ruby deposit near the.
These two nomenclature reports are now replaced by a new report IMA that classifies the amphiboles in accordance with fig. Amphibole nomenclature hierarchy based on Oberti et al.(), modified to fit Mindat's organization of amphiboles and updated with root names published after. A stratigraphic code or guide is a formulation of current views on stratigraphic principles and procedures designed to promote standardized classification and formal nomenclature of rock materials.
It provides the basis for formalization of the language used to denote rock .ANFO - Acronym for ammonium nitrate and fuel oil, a mixture used as a blasting agent in many mines. Annual report - The formal financial statements and report on operations issued by a corporation to its shareholders after its fiscal year-end.
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Waste from operations of this type consists of host rock and gangue minerals. Common host rock types include alluvium, black shale, chert, dolostone.