1 edition of Geology of the East Half of the Birch Lake area, District of Kenora, Patricia Portion found in the catalog.
Geology of the East Half of the Birch Lake area, District of Kenora, Patricia Portion
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Potato Island Site, District of Kenora, Ontario By Polly Koezur, James Vallière Wright Pages January 1 Pages in category "Geography of Kenora District" The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. This list may not reflect recent changes. N. Northwestern point of the Lake of the Woods; R. Ring of Fire (Northern Ontario) U. Unorganized Kenora District.
Internment to follow in Lake of the Woods cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation, c/o Mrs. Dave Edmunds, 10 Gunne Crescent, Kenora, Ontario P9N 3N5 or to the Lake of the Woods CT Scanner Fund, 21 Wolsley Street, Kenora, Ontario P9N 3W7. BROWN FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE ENTRUSTED WITH ARRANGEMENTS. It entered the Whiteshell east of Rennie and then crossed the Ontario boundary three miles east of West Hawk Lake, continuing thirty-five more miles to Kenora. There was also an entrance to the northern area of the Whiteshell from a point on the Highway #1, approximately five miles west of Whitemouth where a gravel road led to the power.
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in Summary of Field Work and Other Activities 'by the Ontario Geological Survey, edited by P.C. Ihurston, Owen L. White, R.B. Barlow, M.E. Cherry and A.C. Colvine, Ontario Geological. The geology, structure, and mineral deposits in the eastern part of Baird township are discussed in this report.
The map-area forms the southwestern part of the Red Lake area where substantial mineral production has been attained. 95° 94" 93° Key map showing location of the Baird township map-area. Scale, 1 inch to 50 miles.
The area includes rocks of the Keewatin group, being part of the Keewatin type area mapped by A. Lawson in The rocks are basic, intermediate, and acid flows and pyroclastic rocks, and subordinate sedimentary rocks.
Some coarse-grained basic rocks are intrusive into the above group. The Crowduck Lake group of steeply dipping sedimentaryFile Size: 9MB.
Birch Lake Area (Eastern Half), District of Kenora (Patricia Portion); p. in Summary of Field Work and Other ActivitiesOntario Geological Survey, edited by John Wood, Owen L. White, R.B. Barlow and A.C. Colvine, Ontario Geological Survey. Miscellaneous Paperp. Thurston, P.C.
Ontario Geological Survey Kenora District Theses Collection. District Theses; ID Author Title Year Institution Gundy Lake Road East Area: University of Manitoba: Property: Yes: KEN The Geology of the Kenora Airport Area: University of Manitoba: Regional: Yes: KEN Geology and Gold Deposits of Uchi-Slate Lakes Area, District of Kenora, Patricia Portion, Ontario: Yale University: Ph.
T Bathe, D.E. The Geology and Petrogenesis of the Killala Lake Alkalic Complex: Carleton University: B. T Battrum, D.D. Mineralogy and Sedimentation in the Kama Hill Formation of the Sibley Group.
Ontario Bureau of Mines Annual ReportPart 3, p Red Lake area ; History of area ; History of prospecting/mining in area ; Woman Lake ; Narrow Lake ; Position and means of access ; Canoe routes of area ; Pine Ridge ; English River ; Chukuni Lake ; Pakwash Lake ; Bruce Lake ; Little Pakwash Lake ; Trout Lake ; Ear Falls ; Woman River ; Snake Falls ; Wenasaga River ; Uchi.
Trout Lake River, norteast of Ear Falls in the District of Kenora (Patricia Portion) (Figures ). This work is being done under our Ontario license to conduct archaeological assessments, #P Geology of the East Half of the Birch Lake area, Kenora District, Patricia Portion. Ontario Geological Survey, Open File Reportaccompanied by four maps.
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Ontario Bureau of Mines Annual ReportPart 3, p Red Lake ; Gammon River ; Rickaby Lake ; Canoe routes of area ; Means of access ; Lac du Bonnet ; Oiseau Lake; Tulabi Lake ; Elbow Lake ; McGregor Lake ; Snowshoe Lake ; Routes within area ; Carroll Lake ; Donald Lake ; Hammerhead Lake ; Gammon Lake ; Douglas Lake ; Trout Bay ; Drainage of area ; Nelson River.
The Dalles Granodiorite ( Mal at Kenora and the undated Cliff Lake Granodiorite at Cedar Lake are local representatives of this event. Sialic material at the present erosion level was doubled and the English River Subprovince was elevated relative to the adjoining Wabigoon Subprovince.
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