Nueltin granites and mafic rocks in the Tebesjuak Lake map area, Nunavut [electronic resource] : new geochronological, petrological, and geophysical data / T.D. Peterson [and others].
- Current research, 1701-4387 ; 2015-5
- "The Tebesjuak Lake map area (NTS 65O), in Nunavut, is underlain by extensive intrusive and extrusive rocks of the Kivalliq Igneous Suite (Wharton Group, Nueltin Granite, and various mafic rocks). Spanning an age range of 1.74-1.77 billion years, these rocks are part of a broad anorogenic event that occurred throughout a large part of the western Churchill province. New geochemical, petrological, and geophysical data acquired during the GEM1-U project has now accurately established space-time trends in magma composition, the physical form of an important bimodal intrusion, and the relationship of Kivalliq rocks to some mineral showings in the map area"--Provided by publisher.
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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- Electronic monograph in PDF format.
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