Isotopic age studies and tectonic interpretation of superior province in Manitoba

by I. F. Ermanovics

Publisher: Geological Survey of Canada in Ottawa, Ont., Canada

Written in English
Published: Pages: 22 Downloads: 582
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  • Manitoba.

Subjects:

  • Radioactive dating -- Manitoba.,
  • Geology -- Manitoba.

Edition Notes

StatementIngo F. Ermanovics, R.K. Wanless.
SeriesPaper / Geological Survey, Canada ;, 82-12, Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 82-12.
ContributionsWanless, R. K.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE185 .A42 no. 82-12, QE508 .A42 no. 82-12
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p. :
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2796833M
ISBN 100660114038
LC Control Number83226244

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The Superior Craton covers central Canada; it occupies the northern and central part of Quebec, extending across the central and the southern part of Ontario, and also covers southeast Manitoba, with its tip reaching the boundary between the U.S.

states of South Dakota and Minnesota. Tectonic setting. The Archean Superior Craton extends over km 2 of the North American continent. Isotopic age studies and tectonic interpretation of superior province in Manitoba. Ottawa, Ont., Canada: Geological Survey of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: I F Ermanovics; R K Wanless.

Northern Superior geochronological programs in the Archean Northwestern Superior Province in Manitoba have provided insight into the nature of the geological components and timing of events that formed the northern flank of the Superior Province about million years ago.

The exciting revelations are still interpretive, and subject to. U-Pb isotopic dating of zircon and titanite from all the major litho-tectonic units of the Batchawana belt, an Archean greenstone belt of the Abitibi Subprovince of the Superior Province in Canada.

At least 12 granulite occurrences, ranging in size from a few 10’s tokm2, are exposed in the Archean Superior Province. Primary lithotectonic subdivision of the Superior Province into linear Cited by: A.

Tectonic analysis of the accretion of the Trans-Hudson Orogen to the Superior Craton from paleomagnetism with geobarometric corrections; in Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services. A more comprehensive study of whole-rock Rb-Sr isochron analyses of six suites collected from the Snow Lake area reveal age constraints that are all younger than Ga for the age of magmatic.

The Middle and Late Archean rocks of the Superior Province are of mantle and juvenile crustal origin with little evidence of inheritance of components older than ca.

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Download: Download high-res image (KB) Download: Download full. Precambrian rocks in Manitoba are divided into two provinces. The Superior Province is composed of rocks between 3 to billion years old, and the Churchill Province is composed of rocks between and billion years old.

Ancient detrital zircons from the western Rae and the northwestern Superior Provinces have similar Hf isotopic ratios (Fig. 6, Table 2). The majority of the – Ga zircon grains have negative ϵHf values between −2 and −10 when compared to the CHUR values of Blichert-Toft and Albarède ().

This statistic shows the population of Manitoba, Canada inby age and sex. Inthere werefemales 65 years of age and over in Manitoba. Read more. The test of whether such a loop is warranted will come from pole positions from rocks of the Superior Province in the critical age range ( m.y.).

If the curve were to be constrained by results from other provinces (that is making the assumption that they may be treated together) a different path would result {e.g.

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The timing of Molson Igneous Events in the northwestern part of the Superior Boundary Zone has been investigated for over two decades because it has importance for understanding the tectonic evolution of this convergent margin during the ∼– Ga closure of the Manikewan Ocean (Symons and Harris, ).Furthermore, much of the Ni–Cu mineralization in the Superior Boundary.

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Introduction The Trans-Hudson Orogen, Manitoba and Saskatch- ewan, is one of the largest and best exposed Palaeopro- terozoic orogenic belts in the North American craton, and welds together Archaean rocks of the Superior, Rae and Hearne Provinces (Hoffman.

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