Mesozoic geology and lignite potential of the Moose River Basin. by P.G. Telford [and others]
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Mesozoic geology and lignite potential of the Moose River Basin. by P.G. Telford [and others]

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Published by Ministry of Northern Development and Mines in Toronto .
Written in English


  • Lignite - Ontario,
  • HERP Program,
  • Moose River basin

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The Physical Object
Pagination184 p.
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21986610M
ISBN 100772982481

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Geometry and kaolin potential of anastomosed stream deposits in late Albian strata of the Mattagami Formation, Pike Creek, Kipling township, Moose River Basin, Ontario. Ont. Geol. Unconsolidated mud and sand of Middle Jurassic age are known from limited subsurface data in the Moose River Basin (Telford et al. ; Norris ; Telford and Verma ;Telford et al. The chemistry of lakes and streams within the North Branch of the Moose River is strongly correlated with the nature and distrubution of geologic materials in the watershed. The dominance of thin glacial till and granitic gneiss bedrock in the region north and east of Big Moose Lake results in a geologically sensitive terrain that is characterized by surface water with low alkalinity and. Start studying Mesozoic Geology. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

  Abstract. The Congo Basin represents one of the largest and least studied continental sedimentary basins in the world. The stratigraphy of cover sequences across the basin is poorly resolved and a somewhat simple stratigraphy has generally been applied with gross subdivision of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic cover sequences into a number weakly correlated units. The Mesozoic era is frequently known as the Age of the Dinosaurs or Age of Reptiles, but many other life forms evolved and thrived during this time, including marine invertebrates, flowering plants, birds, and mammals. The Mesozoic was also a time of major geologic change during which great thicknesses of rocks were deposited across the western US. (). Provenance analyses of early Mesozoic sediments in the Ningwu basin: Implications for the tectonic–palaeogeographic evolution of the northcentral North China Craton. International Geology Review: Vol. 61, No. 1, pp. Jack C. Pashin, Jin Guohai, Denise J. Hills, "Mesozoic Structure and Petroleum Systems in the De Soto Canyon Salt Basin in the Mobile, Pensacola, Destin Dome, and Viosca Knoll Areas of the MAFLA Shelf", Mesozoic of the Gulf Rim and Beyond: New Progress in Science and Exploration of the Gulf of Mexico Basin, Christopher M. Lowery, John W. Snedden, Norman C. Rosen.