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Geology of the Espanola-Whitefish Falls area, District of Sudbury, Ontario
K. D. Card
|Statement||by K. D. Card.|
|Series||Geoscience report -- 131|
|Contributions||Ontario. Division of Mines.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. Publication: R Publication Details: Title: Geology of the Espanola-Whitefish Falls area, District of Sudbury Author: Card, K.D. Series: Report, Geological Report, Geoscience Report Type: Monograph with accompanying maps Publication Year: Publication Geographic Area.
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Card, K.D. () Geology of the Espanola-Whitefish Falls Area, District of Sudbury, Ontario. Ontario Geological Survey Report Other Regions, Features and Areas containing this. * "Foster Township is located seme 40 miles to the west of the city of Sudbury, Ontario.
The property is about 7 road miles (10 km) east of the Town of Espanola over excellent gravel road. The claim group straddles this east-west road and is bounded by Elizabeth Lake on the north, and d Lake on the south. • The Sudbury Basin or Structure was formed by the impact of a 10 km meteorite.
• This is the second largest impact crater in the world. • The original crater is guessed to be about km in diameter. • Impact occurred about billion years ago. • Original crater altered by subsequent geologic processes. Ontario Drill Hole Database Opens in a new window (ODHD) Drill Holes Opens in a new window: ODHD data Download ODH (ZIP) Tableau VIZ View Tableau visualization of database: Monthly: May Ontario Geological Survey Publications Opens in a new window (PUB) Maps & Digital Data Opens in a new window.
Sudbury breccias are commonly attributed to meteoritic impact at about Ga in the vicinity of the Sudbury Igneous Complex. In the Whitefish Falls area, about 75 km southwest of Sudbury. "Sudbury Breccia" at Whitefish Falls, Ontario: evidence for an impact origin Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 39(6) February with Reads.
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guelph, ontario n1e o/ tfceivl-d dec unos s&ctjom sudbury nov 2 7 j| m. The geology of Ontario consists of the study of the rock formations in the most populated province of Canada. Ontario has some of the oldest rocks on Earth.
It is made up of ancient Precambrian igneous and metamorphic rock and overlain by younger sedimentary rocks and soils. About 61% of the province is covered by the Canadian Shield.
The shield can further be. Graphic maps of the area around 46° 1' 3" N, 81° 31' 30" W. Each angle of view and every map style has its own advantage. Maphill lets you look at Whitefish Falls, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada from many different perspectives.
Start by choosing the type of map. You will be able to select the map style in the very next step. K.D. CardGeology of the Espanola-Whitefish Falls Area, District of Sudbury, Ontario. Ontario Geological Survey, Report Ontario Geological Survey, Report (), p. 70Cited by: 4.
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See areas that have been limed or planted with shrubs and trees since the Regreening Program began in Road and Traffic Restrictions (RATR) See areas where road work is being undertaken by the City. The breccias on which this report is based occur in an area that is just over a kilometre south of the village of Whitefish Falls in Ontario (Fig.
1C; 2). Stratigraphically, they occur in a thick argillite unit comprising the central portion of the Gowganda Formation which is a thick partly glaciogenic unit forming part of the Huronian by: 2.The Larder Lake district lies along a narrow band of Timiskaming sediments which extends from Kenogami, Ontario, to beyond the Bell River in Quebec.
On the Omega property, lavas and tuffs of the underlying Keewatin outcrop in the middle of this band in a sharply folded anticline overturned to the by: 1.The Mesoproterozoic (~ Ga) Sudbury dyke swarm was emplaced at equatorial latitudes and cross-cuts the Grenville, Southern and Superior Provinces of the Canadian Shield.
The dyke swarm has been linked to the break-up of the Mesoproterozoic supercontinent Columbia ( to Ga). The Sudbury dykes are alkaline olivine diabases that extend ~ km to the W and Cited by: