Geology of the Wanapitei Lake area, District of Sudbury

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Geology of the Wanapitei Lake area, District of Sudbury. Toronto, Ont.: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Burkhard O Dressler.

Lake Wanapitei occupies a meteorite crater in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. It is located near the much larger Sudbury meteorite crater but they are not related. Lake Wanapitei seen from space, upper right of the image.

The crater is mi ( km) in diameter and the age is estimated to be ± million years, placing it in the on: Sudbury, Ontario. Geology of the Wanapitei Lake area, district of Sudbury, by Burkhard O. Dressler.Toronto Public Library.

that area. The area, however, is not unfavourable to mineral exploration; gold and uranium mineralization was recently discovered by deep exploratory drill­ ing near the Archean-Proterozoic unconformity. Geology of the Chiniguchi Lake Area, District of Sudbury, by Burkhard O.

Dressier. Ontario Geological Survey Report19p. Dressler BO () Geology of the Chiniguchi Lake Area, District of Sudbury, Ontario Geological Survey, Report19 pp. Fedo CM, Y oung GM, Nesbitt, HW, Hanchar JM () Potassic and. The Sudbury Basin / ˈ s ʌ d b ə r i /, also known as Sudbury Structure or the Sudbury Nickel Irruptive, is a major geological structure in Ontario, is the third-largest known impact crater or astrobleme on Earth, as well as one of the oldest.

The crater formed billion years ago in the Paleoproterozoic era. The basin is located on the Canadian Shield in the city of Greater Age: Ma, Paleoproterozoic. • The Sudbury Basin or Structure was formed by the impact of a 10 km meteorite.

• This is the second largest impact crater in the world. • The original crater is guessed to be about km in diameter. • Impact occurred about billion years ago. • Original crater altered by subsequent geologic processes.

The Wanapitei Lake property consists of 18 staked claims and 5 patented mining claims in Rathbun township on the northern shore of Lake Wanapitei approximately 25 miles northeast of the city of Sudbury (Figure 1). The first gold discoveries were made in this area in the early 's shortly after the copper - nickel discoveries in the.

Geology of the Wanapitei Lake area, District of Sudbury (Report / Ontario Geological Survey) Jan 1, by Burkhard O Dressler Unknown Binding. Muir, T. L., Geology of Morgan Lake-Nelson Lake Area, District of Sudbury. Ontario Geology Survey, Open File Reportp. Müller-Mohr, V., Breccias in the basement of a deeply eroded impact structure, Sudbury, Canada (extended abstract).

Lake Wanapitei is located in Norman, Rathburn, Scadding, and Maclennan townships, 34 kilometres northeast of Sudbury. UTM Coordinates: EastingNorthing Watershed Map Lake Wanapitei is located in the Wanapitei Watershed.

Physical setting of Lake Wanapitei. Lake Wanapitei (46°45′N, 80°45′W) is 1 of more than lakes within the reaches of the City of Sudbury in Ontario, Canada ().It is the largest (12 km wide with a surface area of km 2) and deepest (> m) in the region, containing approximately 5 km 3 of water (Pearson et al., ).Wanapitei means ‘molar tooth’ in Ojibwa, referring to Cited by:   The Wanapitei Complex (6 km× km), lying km southeast of the Grenville Front, consists of a northwestern zone of gabbro and folded injection breccia and a southeastern layer of intensely folded hornblendeplagioclase gneiss.

Disseminated Ni-Cu sulphides are unevenly distributed in a zone between the injection breccia and the folded by: 3. Rathbun Lake revisited: a magmatic-hydrothermal Pd-Pt-Cu occurrence possibly related to the Sudbury impact.

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Despite occupying one of the most mineral-rich areas of the world, large swaths of the Sudbury basin have remained unexplored. Dan Farrow, the Sudbury District geologist with the Ontario Geological Survey, said Vale and Glencore hold a large number of patented mineral claims for tracts of land in the basin that only they can explore.

Reference: R. Sage () Geology of Carbonatite - Alkalic Rock Complexes in Ontario: Lackner Lake Alkalic Rock Complex District of Sudbury. Mines and Minerals Division Ontario.

Sudbury is spread out around a group of lakes; the largest is Lake Wanapitei. Closest to downtown Sudbury is Lake Ramsey. Enjoy its waterfront at Bell Park on the western shore. Take the walkway along the water or bike the lake’s mile (kilometer) loop.

West of the park stands Science North, Sudbury’s most popular attraction/5(27). 1 INTRODUCTION Lake Wanapitei lies 40 km northeast of Sudbury, Ontario, and covers approximately km2 at an elevation of m asl (Dence and Popelar ; Dressler ). The lake has been controversially identified as the site for a 37 Ma impact eventFile Size: KB.

The Renabie Lake map area is in Leeson Twp. and partly in Brackin Twp., Sudbury District, Ontario. It is in the Porcupine mining division (see Fig.I). The area is reached by automobile from Wawa, via Highway and Highwayninety miles to the dormant Nudulama. Geology is a science which focuses on the study of solid Earth, the rocks of which it is composed and the processes by which it changes.

It provides insight into the Earth's past including the evolutionary history of life and past y is commercially important for mineral exploration and for evaluating natural resources.

It also helps find solutions to. Field Guide Book New York State Geological Association Geology Science. $ Shipping: Geology of the Opikeigen Lake Area. District of Kenora (Patricia Portion) Ontario Department of Mines.

Geological Report by Henry Rating: % positive. Dressler, B.O., The Effects of the Sudbury Event and the Intrusion of the Sudbury Igneous Complex on the Footwall Rocks of the Sudbury Structure.

In: The Geology and Ore Deposits of the Sudbury Structure (Pye, E.G.,Cited by: Sudbury is spread out around a group of lakes; the largest is Lake Wanapitei. Closest to downtown Sudbury is Lake Ramsey. Enjoy its waterfront at Bell Park on the western shore.

Take the walkway along the water or bike the lake’s mile (kilometer) loop. West of the park stands Science North, Sudbury’s most popular attraction/5(). Greater Sudbury, commonly referred to as Sudbury, is a city in Ontario, is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population, with a population ofat the Canada Census.

By land area, it is the largest in Ontario and the seventh largest in is administratively a single-tier municipality, and thus not part of any district, county, or regional municipality.

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Geology Of The Sapawe Lake Area, With Notes On Some Iron And Gold Deposits Of Rainy Lake District. Publication Ontario Department of Mines, Description. Comments (0) Media Type Publication Description Report of the Bureau of Mines I Part 6; p of Wanapitei Lake. Concurrently, clay and silt were deposited in great quantities in the progla- cial lake that formed within the Sudbury Basin itself as well as along the outer margin of the southern basin rim.

The Sudbury area IS alternately very cold-dry continental arctic, cool-dry con- tinental polar, hot-dry continental tropical,File Size: 1MB.

Sudbury, officially Greater Sudbury (French: Grand-Sudbury), is a city in Ontario, is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population, with a population ofat the Canadian Census. By land area, it is the largest in Ontario and the fifth largest in is administratively a Unitary authority, and thus not part of any district, county, or regional municipality.

Sudbury (official name Greater Sudbury) is a city of approximatelypeople, located in Northern Ontario, Canada.

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It is Northern Ontario’s largest city in both area and population, and a major retail and service centre for the region. Understand Sudbury’s weather is typical of locations on the Canadian Shield, with hot summers and cold winters.Sudbury is spread out around a group of lakes; the largest is Lake Wanapitei.

Closest to downtown Sudbury is Lake Ramsey. Enjoy its waterfront at Bell Park on the western shore. Take the walkway along the water or bike the lake’s mile (kilometer) loop.

West of the park stands Science North, Sudbury’s most popular attraction.Cambrian geology and included the mapping of numerous Iarge areas in Ontario. The first was his work on the Espanola District of Ontario. This study was one of several conducted in an attempt to correlate cer-tain rocks at Sudbury with those along the north shore of Lake Huron.

The demand for iron during World War I led to a study of the Michipi.