3 edition of Geology and mineral resources of the Alberni-Nanaimo Lakes sheet, Vancouver Island found in the catalog.
Geology and mineral resources of the Alberni-Nanaimo Lakes sheet, Vancouver Island
Nicholas William David Massey
by Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Energy, Mines, and Petroleum Resources, Mineral Resources Division, Geological Survey Branch in Victoria, B.C
Written in English
|Statement||by N.W.D. Massey.|
|Series||Paper,, 1992-2, Paper (British Columbia. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources) ;, 1992-2.|
|Contributions||British Columbia. Geological Survey Branch.|
|LC Classifications||QE187 .M265 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||96125161|
Age: Paleozoic ( - Ma) Lithology: Volcanic rocks Reference: Chorlton, L.B. Generalized geology of the world: bedrock domains and major faults in GIS format: a small-scale world geology map with an extended geological attribute database. doi: / Geological Survey of Canada, Open File . Dave Huntley is a geoscientist who works with the Geological Survey of Canada in Vancouver. His expertise is in Quaternary geology and has worked in many parts of western Canada. He has published numerous papers, reports and geological maps covering geology, stratigraphy, sedimentology, mineral exploration and geological hazards in British File Size: 2MB.
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This guide book has been prepared for the geological field trip on Vancouver Island, preceding the Annual Meeting, Vancouverof the Geological Association of Canada. It consists of two parts. The first part, after a brief historical introduction, summarizes what is known about Vancouver Island geology.
Geology and Mineral Resources of the Alberni–Nanaimo Lakes Sheet, Vancouver Island 92F/1W, 92F/2E and Part of 92F/7E British Columbia Ministry of Energy Mines and Petroleum Resources Cited by: 7. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Alberni - Nanaimo Lakes Sheet, Vancouver Island (NTS 92F/1W, 2E) C/ Paper P Massey, N.W.D.
Geology and Mineral Resources of the Cowichan Lake Sheet, Vancouver Island (NTS 92C/16) B/ Paper P Massey, N.W.D. Geology and Mineral Resources of the Duncan Sheet. Geology of the Port Alberni–Nanaimo Lakes Area (NTS 92F/1W, 2E and part of 92F/7E) F/7E, Geology and Mineral Resources of the Alberni - Nanaimo Lakes Sheet, Vancouver Island (NTS 92F/1W, 2E) F/12, Preliminary Map PM Geology and mineral resources of the Alberni-Nanaimo Lakes sheet, Vancouver Island 92F/1W, 92F/2E, and part of 92F/7E.
B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources. Paperp. Massey, N. (b). Geology and mineral resources of the Cowichan Lake sheet, Vancouver Island 92C/ Regional Geology • Vancouver Island is mostly of the exotic Wrangellia terrane, which formed during three major volcanic episodes: 1.
Sicker Group island-arc volcanism ( Ma). These rocks comprise the basement of Wrangellia and are overlain by limestone of the Buttle Lake Group. Karmutsen Fm. ocean-island volcanism ( Ma). McLAREN, G.P. (): A Mineral Resource Assessment of the Chilko Lake Planning Area; B.C. Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Bulletin 81 MASSEY, N.W.D.
(): Geology and Mineral Resources of the Alberni—Nanaimo Lakes Sheet, Vancouver Island, (92F/IW, 92F/2E and part of. Geology and geomorphology of the West Coast of V ancouver Island Page 3 A series of glaciations carved the Vancouver Island’s mountain landscapes since their formation.
The City of Nanaimo exists because of coal mining, which took place from around to It could be argued that this is also why British Columbia is part of Canada. The only coal mining at present is from the Quinsam mine (below) near to Campbell Size: 1MB.
Release Year Region Nearest Town Waterbody Name Quantity; VANCOUVER ISLAND NANAIMO LAKES FIRST NANAIMO 5, VANCOUVER ISLAND NANAIMO LAKES.
* All new photographs of the areas discussed in the book. * Additional information on the science of geology. Geology of Southern Vancouver Island reveals the Island in a whole new way as it points out fault lines, glacier erratics, fossils and other interesting natural formations.
In a clear and straight-forward manner, author C.J. Yorath. (Mustard, P., () The Upper Cretaceous Nanaimo Group, Georgia Basin, British Columbia, in Geology and geological hazards of the Vancouver Region, southwestern British Columbia, J.
Monger (ed), Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletinp. ), and also from a field-trip guide to the Nanaimo Group rocks of Pender Island, also by Peter. The Island Copper deposit at Port Hardy, approximately miles northwest of Vancouver, B.C., consists of two ore zones with total reserves oftons of percent copper and percent molybdenite.
Ore zones occur in Jurassic andesitic rocks in the hanging wall and footwall of a quartz-feldspar porphyry dyke. Breccias with volcanic and intrusive fragments cap the dyke and Author: D. George Cargill. The north side of Cowichan Lake, Vancouver Island B.C. is underlain by volcanic rocks, sediments, and intrusives of Mesozoic age.
The oldest rocks, Jurassic or Triassic flows known as the Sicker andesites, are conformably overlain by about feet of cherty tuffs, coarser pyroclastics, and small lenses of limestone known as the Sicker sediments. Cherty tuffs form the lower members of the. Massey, N. D.,Geology and mineral resources of the Alberni-Nanaimo Lakes sheet, Vancouver Island 92F/1W, 92F/2E, and part of 92F/7E: B.C.
Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paperp. The story of Vancouver Island spans hundreds of millions of years. The island was formed through a combination of processes, including tectonic plate movement, volcanism, erosion and glaciation. The following is a brief summary of the more detailed information provided by the references listed at the bottom of this page.
The Geomorphology of Vancouver Island is a series of nine based thematic maps that collectively describe the physical nature of Vancouver : Richard Guthrie.
Very readable, for a non-geologist. I would highly recommend this book for anyone interested in the geology of Vancouver Island and the surrounding area (e.g.
Strait of Juan de Fuca). It was quite a comprehensive treatment of the subject - historical geology, physical geology, plate /5(4). Geology of Southern Vancouver Island reveals the Island in a whole new way as it points out fault lines, glacier erratics, fossils and other interesting natural formations.
In a clear and straight-forward manner, author C.J. Yorath guides geologists and amateur naturalists alike to some of the most interesting geological sites on the southern /5(3). Geoscience Map ( scale) is the fourth in a series of five new geological maps (Geoscience Maps to ) of northern Vancouver Island which together provide a revised Early Mesozoic stratigraphic framework and Mesozoic-Tertiary plutonic history for southern Wrangellia.
With its unique geological environment it is one of the finest locations for rockhounding in Western Canada. Featuring detailed maps ranging from Victoria through the Chemainus Valley and up to Port Hardy, A Field Guide to Gold, Gemstone & Mineral Sites of British Columbia, Vol.
1 covers more than sites on Vancouver Island and adjacent islands/5(8).map a / principle mineral occurrences of british columbia, vancouver sheet,scale, $ 8 M / Thompson, R. I. / STRATIGRAPHY, TECTONIC EVOLUTION AND STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF THE HALFWAY RIVER MAP AREA (94B), NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAINS, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Ottawa,pb, pages, 9 plates (in box), 80 figs., 4 tables, - 2 - $ The Mineral Creek Property (formerly called the Debbie Property) is located 10 kilometers East of Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
History of the MINERAL CREEK (DEBBIE) Project The Mineral Creek (former Debbie-) Property and adjacent area has a long history of exploration and small scale production focused on gold beginning.