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Subaqueous pyroclastic volcanism in the vicinity of the Helen Mine, Wawa, Ontario

Subaqueous pyroclastic volcanism in the vicinity of the Helen Mine, Wawa, Ontario

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Published in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Helen Mine,
  • Wawa

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 191 085 1982 thesis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77 p.
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22021848M

    Start studying Volcanos. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. What is pyroclastic material that ismm in diameter? Volcanic dust. An area of volcanic activity located over a rising mantle plume. J. A. McDivitt, Kontak, D. J., Lafrance, B., and Robichaud, L., “ Contrasting fluid chemistries, alteration characteristics, and metamorphic timing relationships recorded in hybridized orebodies of the Missanabie-Renabie gold district, Archean Wawa Subprovince, Ontario, Canada ”, Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic GeologistsEconomic Geology .

      Two and a half kilometres below northeastern Ontario, within the volcanic rock of the Canadian Shield, a primordial waterway has sat undisturbed for more than one billion years. Occurrence. Archean felsic volcanic rocks are only preserved in Archean cratons. A craton is an ancient stable continental block. Also, a craton has survived from plate tectonics that pull apart, collide or tear continents. On average, the felsic volcanic rocks only contribute to ≈% in volcanic rocks of greenstone belts. See Figure 2 and Table 1 for Examples of Archean felsic volcanic.

    How The Columbia River Gorge was formed: Plate tectonics and volcanic activity of The Columbia River Gorge. by Caitlin Espinoza, Amanda Bernal, and Jenette Shuman. The Columbia River Gorge as we see it today. Michael Matti, .   Pyroclastic density current: A very hot (several °C) mixture of gases and volcanic tephra that flows rapidly (up to s of km/h) down the side of a volcano: Extreme hazard — destroys anything in the way: Pyroclastic fall: Vertical fall of tephra in the area surrounding an eruption: Thick tephra coverage of areas close to the eruption (km Author: Steven Earle.


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Subaqueous pyroclastic volcanism in the vicinity of the Helen Mine, Wawa, Ontario Download PDF EPUB FB2

Subaqueous Pyroclastic Volcanism in the Vicinity of the Helen Mine, Wawa, Ontario Wawa Thesis submitted to the faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Minnesota by Mark Warren Osterberg in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, December INTRODUCTION Felsic metavolcanic rocks which underlie the Helen Iron Formation in the vicinity of the Helen Iron Mine, Wawa, Ontario (Fig.

1) present an un- usually good opportunity to study the morphology, stratigraphy and deposi- tional history of the upper portion of a predominantly subaqueous Archean by: Archean felsic volcanic rocks form a m thick succession stratigraphically below the Helen Iron Formation in the vicinity of the Helen Mine, Wawa.

to SUBAQUEOUS PYROCLASTIC FLOW DEPOSITS IN THE VICINITY OF THE HELEN MINE, WAWA, ONTARIO Wawa Osterberg and R. Morton to PRE- AND POST-DORE SEQUENCES IN THE WAWA VOLCANIC BELT, ONTARIO K.

Attoh to PETROGENETIC MODELS OF KEWEENAWAN BASALTIC ROCKS, UPPER MICHIGAN File Size: KB. Evidence for voluminous bimodal pyroclastic volcanism during rifting of a Paleoproterozoic arc at Snow Lake, Manitoba Kate E. Rubingh, Harold L. Gibson, Bruno Lafrance Harquail School of Earth Sciences, Laurentian University, Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, ON P3E 2C6, by: 2.

An assessment of the literature on subaqueous pyroclastic flows and their deposits shows that the term “pyroclastic flow” is frequently used loosely to describe primary, hot gas-rich pyroclastic flows, mass-flows which resulted from the transformation of gassupported flows into water-supported ones, and secondary mass-flows carrying redeposited pyroclastic Cited by: (1) a subaqueous pyroclastic flow (Howell et al.

; Kokelaar et al. ), which is a primary, hot, gas-rich mass flow of pyroclasts (Cas and Wright), (2) a subaqueous mass flow of pyroclastic debris (Fiske and. Physical volcanology of the footwall rocks near the Mattabi massive sulphide deposit, Sturgeon Lake, Ontario Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 25(2).

Within the footwall volcanic sequence five chemically and mineralogically distinct alteration types have been defined: least altered, sericite, chlorite, chloritoid, and ankerite. An alteration model is proposed in which shallow circulating seawater ( km), heated by a subvolcanic intrusion, encountered rocks of felsic composition within the Cited by: MANWA EXPLORATION SERVICES LTD.

42C82NE LECLAIRE REPORT ON A The Wawa, Ontario area is thought to be underlain by rock sequences from a minimum of three (3) cycles of volcanism, from a number of different volcanic centres vicinity of the mine, is composed almost exclusively of siderite.

The mine operated until Bedded pyroclastic deposits in the Wawa area are thought to have formed in this manner, and are now composed of a thicker, more massive basal unit. This paper reports the analysis on cores and rock slices, data on seismic and logging activities, characteristics of core samples, and the paleogeographic background of the Yingcheng Formation of the Xujiaweizi faulted depression in the Songliao Basin.

The results show that some of the volcanic rocks were formed during subaquatic eruptions. These subaqueous volcanic. Atypical diamondiferous polymict volcaniclastic breccias and lamprophyre dikes have been recently discovered within the Wawa subprovince of the Superior craton.

These rocks comprise part of a subduction-related volcanic sequence of the Michipicoten greenstone belt. Dated at Ga, they are the oldest known primary diamondiferous rocks.

Detailed mapping of 9. Michipicoten Area, including over fifty gold, more than thirty-five iron, four base metal, one asbestos, and one niobium (Goodwin, ). Current producers in the area are limited to che Helen-MacLeod iron mine north of Wawa, and a small open cut gold mine south of Wawa owned by Bridgett Lake Resources.

tal and non-fragmental peralkaline volcanic rocks, in-cluding subglacial and subaerial lava flows, domes, spines, dykes, and pyroclastic deposits (Fig. 2, after Edwards et al. The development of the edifice overlaps in space and time with formation of nine small basaltic centers in the Iskut volcanic field (Fig.

1C. Wawa-Michipicoten Iron Sampling Program Ruth and Josephine Iron (Diamond) Ranges for Peter J. Colbert Claims Corbiere-Esquega Townships, Ontario NTS C/2 by Frederick Thomas Archibald, APGO Reg.# Septem Volcanology of Canada includes lava flows, lava plateaus, lava domes, cinder cones, stratovolcanoes, shield volcanoes, submarine volcanoes, calderas, diatremes, and maars, along with examples of more less common volcanic forms such as tuyas and subglacial has a very complex volcanological history spanning from the Precambrian eon at least billion Geology: Volcanism.

The Geology of the Lucy Mine Area, Wawa, Ontario: University of Western Ontario: B. Strain and Grain Size Analysis of a Deformed Archean Pyroclastic Flow, Temagami, Ontario: McMaster University: B. T The Significance of Chloritoid within the Footwall Volcanic Rock of the Helen Iron Range: University of.

The Key Tuffite is a stratigraphic marker unit for most of the zinc-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits of the Matagami Camp in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt.

This 2- to 6-m-thick unit was previously interpreted as a mixture of ash fall (andesitic to rhyolitic tuffaceous components) and volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS)-related chemical seafloor precipitate Cited by: The emergent summit of Mayor Island, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, is a peralkaline rhyolite volcano constructed by: a sequence of lava flows, the Tutaretare Rhyolite Formation new; and pyroclastic deposits, the Oira Pyroclastite Formition (new).

These 2 formations constitute the Mayor Island Group by:. Additional work is planned in the Wawa area to better determine the paleogeography, including the temporal and spatial relationships of the turbidites and other sandstones to each other and to the volcanic rock units.

Pyroclastic rocks are abundant, and probably were deposited in both subaerial and subaqueous environments9'!0. Transitions should.The La Fortuna deposit covers an area of ∼90– km 2 west and southwest of the volcano and is partly overlain by pyroclastic-flow deposits, lava flows, and orange-colored pumice-fall deposits.

The deposit displays a typical hummocky morphology with numerous lagoons and small marshes tens of meters in diameter distributed between hills.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.