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The geology of the Orvan Brook sulphide deposit, Restigouche County, New Brunswick
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Restigouche County: records found Established in from Gloucester County: named after the Restigouche River: William Francis Ganong identified the Mi'kmaq name for Restigouche River as Lustagooch' meaning "five-fingered river": 17th Century French name . The geology of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island, or, Acadian geology / By. Dawson, John William, Sir, Publication Details. If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book chapter, please feel free to enter the title and author information. The information you enter here will be stored in the.
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Published by Geol. Surv. Can. Pap., 11 pages + map and x-section in pocket. Buy The geology, mineralogy, and geochemistry of the Captain sulphide deposit, Gloucester and Northumberland Counties, New Brunswick (Geological Survey of Canada.
Paper) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Multisensor geophysical measurements, including total count natural γ-ray activity, density, magnetic susceptibility, resistivity, and induced polarization (IP), were made in several boreholes at the Stratmat Main zone, Restigouche, and Halfmile Lake deposits, New Brunswick, to determine the geophysical characteristics and signatures of volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) deposits in the.
METAL SULPHIDE DEPOSITS 16 LITTLE SEVOGLE RIVER 2 () NEAR SURFACE ENRICHMENT DEPOSITS 17 RIDGE BROOK () Recommended citation: SMITH, E.A. Bedrock geology of central New Brunswick (NTS 21 I and part of 11 L).
E.A. (compiler) Bedrock geology of the Cape Tormentine area (NTS 11 L/04), Westmorland County, New Brunswick. New File Size: 4MB. New Brunswick Appalachian Transect: Bedrock and Quaternary geology of the Mount Carleton - Restigouche River Area Reginald A.
Wilson1, Michael A. Parkhill1, and Jeffrey I. Carroll2 1New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources P.O. Bathurst, New Brunswick, Canada E2A 3Z1File Size: 7MB. Brook iron mine and no. 6 base metal deposit, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Paper56 p.
Lindeman, E.,Austin Brook iron-bearing district, New Brunswick: Geological Survey of Canada, Mines Branch Monograph15 p.
Young, G.A.,Bathurst district, New Brunswick: Geological Survey of Canada, p. d e. High-grade sulphide mineralization outcrops at surface and dips gently to the north-northwest. The Restigouche sulphide body has a strike length of approximately metres and continues down dip for metres.
Thickness varies between 1-to-plus metres. Restigouche County ( populat) is located in north-central New Brunswick, Canada. The county is named for the Restigouche River which flows through the county and is famous for its salmon pools, which have attracted wealthy American and Canadian tourists to the region's summer colonies for decades.
Forestry dominates the local y: Canada. The Mount Fronsac North volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit is the most recently discovered massive sulfide body in the Bathurst Mining Camp.
The deposit occurs within a sequenceCited by: 4. New Brunswick's famed Restigouche River, which anglers call "the best darned salmon river in the world," draws legions of fishing enthusiasts annually, including wealthy businessmen, the famous, and even a former American president.
And "running the Restigouche," is a pastime enjoyed by canoeists and nature lovers. (3) New Brunswick Vital Statistics (4) Records of the Surveyor General of New Brunswick LIST OF most CHURCHES For Restigouche County Their address, phone number and date established LIST OF CEMETERIES OF THE RESTIGOUCHE.
Here you will find a list of VOLUNTEER HELPERS People who have volunteered to help with either Restigouche, Gloucester Or. The deposit found was the Orvan Brook occurrence [ 5 ], Restigouche County, New Brunswick (NTS ), a massive sulfide zone up to 48 m in thickness, a strike length of km containing pyrite, sphalerite, galena, chalcopyrite, tetrahedrite and arsenopyrite (Tupper, ).Cited by: 7.
WALKER, J.A. Geology of the Taylor Brook massive-sulphide deposit (NTS 21 O/08E), Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick.
In Current Research Edited by B.M.W. Carroll. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Minerals and Energy Division, Mineral Resource Reportp. 57– * WALKER, J.A. The Murray Brook massive sulfide deposit, which was the first geochemical discovery in the Bathurst camp, is one of the largest sulfide deposits in the area.
The massive sulfides are hosted by quartzose metasedimentary rocks in the lower part of the Ordovician Tetagouche Group. The place seems to have thriven up to the very hour of its destruction.
For years preceding the capture of Quebec emigration from Nova Scotia to Chaleur and Restigouche freely proceeded. The position of affairs then was this: Acadie belonged to Britain, and New France to the French Crown. But a difficulty arose as to the limits of Acadie. Excerpt: Dalhousie ( population: 3,) is a Canadian town located in Restigouche County, New Brunswick.
Dalhousie, N.B., looking toward Restigouche River, circa Dalhousie is the shire town of Restigouche County and dates European settlement to Geological Bridges of Eastern Canada NATMAP Project: bedrock mapping in Restigouche County, New Brunswick R.A. Wilson, J.P. Langton, and J.I.
Carroll New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Geological Surveys Branch, P.O. Bathurst, New Brunswick E2A 3Zl, Canada. Regional bedrock geology map of the Bathurst Mining Camp in north central New Brunswick showing locations of major volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits (modified from Parkhill & Doiron ).
Toad Brook is owned by the Goelet family of New York, with four generations on the Restigouche River. Their two first camps were burned down by forest fires. The foundations of the last one can be seen next to the brook. It was a lodge of exceptional beauty.The gold-rich Louvicourt volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, New Brunswick: A Kuroko analogue in the Bathurst Mining Camp., Exploration and Mining Geology, 15,p - Journal Article, Geology of the Kedgwick, Gounamitz River, States Brook and Menneval map areas (NTS 21 O/11, 21 O/12, 21 O/13 and 21 O/14), Restigouche County, New Brunswick.
In Current Research Edited by B.M.W. Carroll. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources; Minerals, Policy and Planning Division, Mineral Resource Reportp.