4 edition of Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces found in the catalog.
Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces
|Statement||by William F. Jennison.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 82894|
|Contributions||Canada. Mines Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 microfiches (170 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||170|
The northern part is known to contain deposits of rock salt, gypsum, coal, and tar sands, and it will also produce natural gas, and, probably, petroleum. The stream beds along the western edge of the area contain immense gravel deposits washed down from the mountains, some of which are known to be auriferous. Sydney is a former city and current community located in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. Situated on Cape Breton Island's east coast, it belongs administratively to the Cape Breton Regional Municipality. Sydney was founded in by the British, was incorporated as a city in , and dissolved on 1 August , when it .
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Get this from a library. Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces. [William F Jennison; Canada. Division des mines ()]. Get this from a library. Report on the gypsum deposits of the maritime provinces. [William F Jennison; Canada. Mines Branch ()].
Full text of "Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces [microform]" See other formats. Book (1) Article Type. Facet list. Research Article Maritime Provinces New Brunswick (1) Nova Scotia Minas Basin (1) Newfoundland and Labrador gypsum deposits (4).
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Gypsum [Information about this mineral maybe obtained in report on the Gypsum Deposits of be Maritime Province" by W: F, Jennison Department of Mines, Ottawa. - Gypsum beds are numerous throughout the county where it is underlain by Lower Carboniferous rocks.
Approximately 10% of the total population are found in the Maritime provinces, 61% in Quebec and Ontario, 23% in the Prairie Provinces and 6% in British Columbia. Of the present population, % are of British descent, % French, and the remainder of widely scattered nativity.
Climate. Canada: Provinces and territories; province or territory area rank in area population () the three remaining east coast provinces are called the Maritime Provinces, or the Maritimes.
of the United States and, like them, is an area of lakes, rivers, and tree-clad hills. Deposits of coal, gypsum, and other nonmetallic minerals as well.
The northern flank of the Pyrenees is characterized by a series of large alluvial deposits that fan out across southwestern France. The darker, roughly triangular area in southwest France is part of the forested Aquitaine Basin. The southern flank of the Pyrenees (Spain) is characterized by aridity and very rugged, mountainous conditions.
Many large deposits of gypsum occur distributed throughout Canada; the most extensively mined areas being those in the Maritime Provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick where the mineral is found associated with rocks of the lower Carboniferous series. Many of these deposits are exposed in cliffs which vary from 50 feet to feet in height.
Partridge Island is a significant historical, cultural and geological site located near the mouth of Parrsboro Harbour and the town of Parrsboro on the Minas Basin, in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia.
It attracts many visitors including sightseers, swimmers, photographers, hikers and amateur geologists. . All of the Maritime Provinces were covered by kilometre-thick glaciers as recently as 20, years ago (or 20 ka for short).
Just after the glacial theory was born, a controversy emerged about the nature of glaciation in Maritime Canada which still resonates today. The Petitcodiac River / p ɛ t i ˈ k oʊ d i. æ k / (), known informally as the Chocolate River, is a river in south-eastern New Brunswick, river has a meander length of 79 kilometres (49 miles) and is located in Westmorland, Albert, and Kings counties, draining a watershed area of about 2, square kilometres ( sq mi).
The watershed features valleys, ridges, and rolling Country: Canada. Washabuck Peninsula is an overlooked gem considered by sailors to be one of the finest such locations in the Maritime provinces. Several large deposits of.
PDF | On Apr 2,Robert J. Ryan and others published Preliminary Report on the Origin of Uranium Occurrences in the Horton Group of the Windsor Area, Nova Scotia | Author: Robert J. Ryan. Karst geology and hydrogeology of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia: an overview gypsum-anhydrite deposits of the Canadian Maritime provinces is described.
These deposits include the largest U.S. gypsum producer within Miocene evaporites in the Salton Trough at Plaster City, California, and the major producer within Pliocene evaporites on San Marcos Island in the Gulf of California. The gypsum SALT A N D POTASH DEPOSITS 0 GYPSUM Zn-Pb SULFIDES 0 BARITE ''Ohm CELESTITE Fig.
Cited by:. ⇑ EA-I. Obruchev: Geology of Siberia. outcrop along the eastern margin of the basin, while slightly disturbed Devonian and lower Carboniferous formations are found to the south and the northwest. The coal deposits occupy the interior of the basin, and represent the middle and upper Carboniferous, lower and upper Permian, Triassic, and.The sabkha deposits consist mainly of brown carbonate and quartz silt with evaporites, including gypsum, halite and celestite.
Non-evapoirte components, mostly of detrital origin, include quartz, feldspars, heavy minerals, calcite, aragonite (skeletal), dolomite and clay minerals. Sampling was from pits and by coring.Click the publisher below.
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