Geochemical data of the Buchans-Robert's Arm Belt and adjacent units in central Newfoundland and Notre Dame Bay regions [electronic resource] / A. Zagorevski and N. Rogers
- Open file (Geological Survey of Canada) ; 6728
- The following report presents a compilation of the geochemical data collected in the course of the Buchans-Robert's Arm belt project, which is funded under the auspices of the 2005-2010 Targeted Geoscience Initiative 3 Program (TGI3). The Buchans-Robert's Arm belt historically constitutes the most important base metal mineralized portion of the Newfoundland Appalachians, hosting several past producing mines (i.e., Buchans, Gullbridge, Crescent Lake volcanogenic massive sulphidedeposits), as well as numerous known mineral deposits and occurrences. Detailed knowledge of the local and regional structure, stratigraphy and tectonic setting is important for the success of present and future exploration programs and hence, the socio-economic development of central Newfoundland. ...
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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- Electronic monograph in PDF format.
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