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Geology of the Lasthope Lake area, Granville Lake Division, Manitoba

A. P. Fawley

Geology of the Lasthope Lake area, Granville Lake Division, Manitoba

by A. P. Fawley

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Published by Dept. of Mines and Natural Resources, Mines Branch in Winnipeg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Manitoba -- Lasthope Lake

  • Edition Notes

    One folded map in pocket.

    Statementby A.P. Fawley.
    SeriesPublication -- 49-5, Publication (Manitoba. Mines Branch) -- 49-5
    ContributionsManitoba. Mines Branch.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 p. :
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20020031M

    Geology and Metal Contents of the Ruttan volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, northern Manitoba, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Mineralium Deposita 39(8) March with Reads. Granville Lake Community Status The community of Granville Lake is located on a peninsula on the south shore of Granville Lake, which is part of the Churchill River system. Many of the residents are members of the Mathias Colomb Indian Band from Pukatawagan. The mining community of Leaf Rapids is 42 kilometres north-east by air. Normal access to.

    For more information, please contact Nancy Stamm, Geologic Names Committee Secretary. Asterisk (*) indicates usage by the U.S. Geological Survey. Other usages by state geological surveys. "No current usage" (†) implies that a name has been abandoned or has fallen into disuse. Former usage and, if known, replacement name given in parentheses (). The Association for Women Geoscientists (AWG) published their first geology field trip guidebook in late and it is now available for sale to the general public. This guideboook is a collection of geology road logs, associated geological information, and local cultural history of areas within the Canadian Rockies and the Alberta Badlands.

    The Clearwater Formation is a stratigraphic unit of Early Cretaceous age in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin in northeastern Alberta, Canada. It was first defined by R.G. McConnell in and takes its name from the Clearwater River near Fort McMurray.. Impermeable marine shales in the Clearwater Formation provided part of the trapping mechanism for the underlying Athabasca oil sands Coordinates: 58°00′49″N °20′38″W / °N . New uranium-lead geochronology results from the Lynn Lake greenstone belt, Manitoba (NTS 64C11–16) by C.J. Beaumont-Smith, N. Machado and D.C. Peck Winnipeg, Science, Technology, Energy and Mines Hon. Jim Rondeau Minister John Clarkson Deputy Minister Mineral Resources Division John Fox Assistant Deputy Minister Manitoba Geological.


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Geology of the Lasthope Lake area, Granville Lake Division, Manitoba by A. P. Fawley Download PDF EPUB FB2

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From the Statistics Canada (StatCan) census, Granville Lake had a population of 98 people. Time Zone: Granville Lake lies in the Central Time Zone (CST/CDT) and observes daylight saving time zone in French: CST- Heure Normale du Centre (HNC), CDT- Heure Avancée du Centre (HAC).

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plus 8 geological maps at scale and 5 figures at 1. Population: Contact Person: Brenda Traverse Granville Lake Community Council Box Leaf Rapids, MB R0B 1W0. Sat: Ph: no phone Fax: no fax No E-mail.

basics of the geology in our area, before moving on to view some specific examples. Lake County geology can be divided into two assemblages of rocks: 1) The basement rocks, which go back to a time when our area was in the deep ocean; and 2) The overlying rocks, which include volcanic deposits and lake beds, which are much younger than the Size: 1MB.

The following pages relate to The Lake Genealogy Book that was sponsored by Simon Lake, who was also a major contributor. The book was compiled by Arthur Adams and Sarah Risley and printed in As it would be an extraordinary task to publish the book in its entirety, only selected portions of the book are contained within these web pages.

Granville Lake is a settlement of the Mathias Colomb First Nation located on Granville Lake in northern Manitoba. The community does not have all-weather road access; rather the community relies on ice roads in the winter and the lake-river system in the division: Geology of the Rennie-West Hawk Lake area, Lac du Bonnet Mining Division, Manitoba (Publication / Manitoba Dept.

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