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Genetic study of some pyrrhotite deposits of Maine and New Brunswick

Robert Stroud Houston

Genetic study of some pyrrhotite deposits of Maine and New Brunswick

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Published by Dept. of Development of Industry and Commerce in Augusta, Me .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pyrrhotite -- Maine,
  • Pyrrhotite -- New Brunswick

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Robert S. Houston.
    SeriesBulletin / Maine Geological Survey, Bulletin (Maine Geological Survey)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE391P9 H7 1956
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 117 p. :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16012690M

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Genetic study of some pyrrhotite deposits of Maine and New Brunswick by Robert Stroud Houston Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title: Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick Author: Dept. of Development of Industry and Commerce Created Date: 3/6/ AM. Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick by Robert S. Houston Maine Geological Survey - Bulletin 7 Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, Augusta, Maine (January, ).

Contents: Abstract / Introduction / Field and Laboratory Studies / Regional Geography / Regional Geology / Pyrrhotite Deposits / Description of Individual Deposits / Literature.

Get this from a library. Genetic study of some pyrrhotite deposits of Maine and New Brunswick. [Robert S Houston]. Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick. by Robert S. Houston. Maine Geological Survey - Bulletin 7. Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, Augusta, Maine (January, ).

Contents: Abstract / Introduction / Field and Laboratory Studies / Regional Geography / Regional Geology / Pyrrhotite Deposits. The largest deposit in the Bathurst Mining Camp, the giant Mt Brunswick 12 orebody, produces a signal of just mGal amplitude, an apparent inconsistency induced by large volumes of dense mafic volcanic rocks in the hanging wall.

Geologic and Genetic Attributes of Volcanic Sediment-Hosted Massive Sulfide Deposits of the Bathurst Mining Camp, Northern New Brunswick—A Synthesis. Massive sulfide deposits of the Bathurst Mining Camp experienced the following M 1 metamorphic conditions in the Ashgillian to Llandoverian ages (– Ma): Caribou = °C, kbars; Brunswick 12 = °C, kbars; Heath Steele and Stratmat = °C, kbars; and Brunswick 6 = °C, kbars.

Some deposits underwent a Late Silurian or Early Devonian M 2 metamorphism at pressures. PORPHYRY qOPPER-MOLYBDENUM DEPOSITS, EASTERN UNITED STATES E3 The Mount Pleasant deposit in New Brunswick has been variously regarded as one of porphyry type (Hollister, Potter, and Barker, ) or as one having affinities to a porphyry-type deposit (Kirk­ ham and Soregaroli, ).Author: Robert Gordon Schmidt.

some districts, such as the Bathurst camp, New Brunswick, where siderite is most abundant near VMS deposits within a major iron formation unit of the Brunswick belt (Peter and Goodfellow, ), and a variety of constituents including car-bonate, stilpnomelane, and apatite are most abundant in ironFile Size: KB.

Gangue is defined as any noneconomic mineral deposited together with ore; in VMS deposits this means essentially all nonsulfide miner- als (see “Hypogene Gangue Characteristics,” Chapter 9, this volume) and some hydrothermal sulfide minerals (typically pyrite File Size: KB. Houston, Robert S.,Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick, Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, Augusta, Maine, pp.

+ 6 plates. Maryland Baltimore Co. To sum up, Mineralogy of Maine is written by two authors who know their business. Furthermore it is the first complete study of all Maine minerals, and it is easy to read, well illustrated, and a bargain at forty dollars for the paperback version and only ten dollars more for the hardback book.

T his p aper presents a synthesis of the geology and tectonic history of the Lower Paleozoic rocks of the Bathurst Supergroup, which host the massive sulfide deposits of the Bathurst Mining Camp in northern New Brunswick (Figs.

1, 2, and 3).This synthesis is mainly based on the large volume of geologic data acquired on the rocks of the Bathurst Supergroup during EXTECH II and previous Canada. Reference: Houston, Robert S.,Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick, Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, Augusta, Maine, pp.

+ 6 plates. Lentz () developed a similar index to study alteration associated with the Brunswick 6 and 12 massive sulfide deposits in the Bathurst mining camp, Canada.

The composite ratio used by Lentz. The mineralogy of pyrrhotite from Sudbury CCN and Phoenix nickel ores and its effect on flotation performance Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Metallurgical Quarterly 50(1) January.

Preliminary analysis of the various episodes of gold mineralization at the Lake George Antimony Deposit, New Brunswick Technical Report (PDF Available) January with Reads How we. Houston, Robert S.,Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick, Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, Augusta, Maine, pp.

+ 6 plates. Houston, Robert S.,Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick, Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, Augusta, Maine, pp. + 6 plates. Data: Mineral Data: Click here to view Labradorite data: Locality Data: Click here to view Katahdin Iron Works Mine, Katahdin Iron Works, Piscataquis Co., Maine, USA.

Activity The Formation of Iron Sulfide - Pyrrhotite Maine Geological Survey Objectives: To introduce students to the concept of the chemical formation of minerals from a hot, semi-liquid melt; to introduce basic stoichiometric concepts regarding a minerals formula (in this case FeS); and to allow students to develop some practice in.

The granite pegmatites of central Maine have been described in some detail by Bastin. 1 The present paper presents the results of a more detailed investigation of two recently opened deposits and some additional facts concerning some of the better known localities. Recent feldspar quarrying operations at Buckfield, in Oxford County, have.

Geology of the Katahdin pyrrhotite deposit and vicinity, Piscataquis County, Maine. Bulletin 2. Prepared in cooperation wth the Geological survey of the United States Department of the Interior. In Massive Sulphide Deposits in the Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick and Northern Maine.

Economic Geology, Monogr p. Lentz, D.R. Geochemistry of sediments and sedimentary rocks: historical to research perspectives. Volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits of the Newfoundland Appalachians: An overview of their setting, classification, grade-tonnage data, and unresolved questions.

Houston, Robert S.,Genetic Study of Some Pyrrhotite Deposits of Maine and New Brunswick, Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, Augusta, Maine, pp.

The Katahdin Pyrrhotite Deposit is near Brownville Junction, Maine. Historically the site has been associated with the Katahdin Range Mining District which is now part of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. The site was first discovered in The Katahdin Pyrrhotite Deposit was closed at the time of data entry with no known plans to re-open.

Maine’s Geology and Mineral Potential Geology of Maine and New Brunswick Hibbard and others,Lithotectonic map of the Appalachian orogen. Mineral Deposits Maine’s geology hosts a variety of genetic mineral deposit types.

Maine Minerals Information on the Web. More recent bedrock mapping of the Highlands done jointly by the New Jersey Geological Survey and the U.S. Geological Survey from untilfor the new geologic map of New Jersey (Drake et al., ), and by the New Jersey Geological Survey sinceled to further lithologic refinement and understanding of the geologic and strati-graphic relations of these complex rocks.

The Caribou Zn-Pb-Cu-Ag volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit located in northeast New Brunswick represents a significant base-metal resource in the Bathurst Mining Camp.

Zinc, Pb and Cu are the primary resources that are being extracted from this deposit; however, Au and Ag are important by-products that could help offset costs.

This study used mineral liberation analysis supported further by Cited by: 1. In Studies in Maine Geology--Igneous and metamorphic geology. Edited by R.D. Tucker and R.G.

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This deposit, treared in some derail by vokes () and Eardley-wilmot () belongs to the general pyrite-pyrrhotite-molybdenite mineralization of the region, but here the sulfides have been deposited as vertical veins in joints within the monzonite-gneiss country rock. The following Canadian deposits represent other genetic types'.

Studies completed in the last ten years have discovered new massive sulfide deposits in the Central Pontide zone. The Zeybek VMS deposit is one of these newly-discovered deposits found in the.

@article{osti_, title = {GEOLOGY, SULFUR ISOTOPES AND THE ORIGIN OF THE HEATH STEELE ORE DEPOSITS, NEWCASTLE, N.B., CANADA}, author = {Dechow, E}, abstractNote = {The Heath Steele mine is located 35 miles northwest of Newcastle, New Brunswick, Canada.

Middle Ordovician Tetagouche Group rocks, consisting of siliceous and basic volcanic rocks, and fine-grained. Archaeologists conducted small-scale dig to search for initial evidence that the site merits further study.

(Robert Clark, National Geographic) Other evidence of Vikings in the New World include a copper coin and other artifacts of the 11th century found in the U.S. state of Maine.Maine Geological Survey Neotectonics of Maine The Geology and Geophysics of the Passamaquoddy Bay Area, Maine and New Brunswick, and their Bearing on Local Subsidence Olcott Gates P.O.

Box Wiscasset, Maine ABSTRACT The basement rocks of the Passamaquoddy Bay area are Precambrian volcanics and Lower Ordovician shales,Cited by: 3.