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TitleField guide to mineral occurrences in the Betts Cove and Tilt Cove areas, Newfoundland
AuthorSangster, A L; Pollard, D
SourceField trip 1: geology and mineral deposits of the northern Dunnage Zone, Newfoundland Appalachians; by Evans, D; Kerr, A; 2001 p. 37-51
Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 2005750
PublisherGeological Survey of Newfoundland and Labrador (St. John's, NL, Canada)
Meeting2nd North Atlantic Minerals Symposium; St. John's, NL; CA; May 27-30, 2001
ProvinceNewfoundland and Labrador
NTS2E/05; 2E/12; 2E/13; 12I/01
Areanorthern Newfoundland; Betts Cove; Tilt Cove; Snooks Arm; Redcliffe Pond; East Pond; West Pond; Mount Misery; Winser Lake; Supply Pond; Beaver Cove Pond
Lat/Long WENS-56.5000 -55.5000 50.4167 49.2500
Subjectseconomic geology; ophiolites; mineral deposits; mineral deposits genesis; porphyries; quartz; feldspar; mica; igneous rocks; intrusive rocks; intrusions; dykes; gabbros; serpentinites; peridotites; volcanic rocks; lavas; tholeiites; titanium; sedimentary rocks; structural features; faults; obduction; folds; synclines; gold; copper; zinc; cumulus processes; metamorphic rocks; talc; carbonate; schists; pillow lavas; layering; shear zones; mineralization; basalts; pyrite; breccias; arsenic; lead; silver; cobalt; nickel; host rocks; sulphide deposits; sills; mafic rocks; pillow breccias; chlorite; serpentine; lithology; sulphides; chalcopyrite; magnetite; hematite; bedding; argillites; metasedimentary rocks; hydrothermal deposits; veins; pegmatites; hydrothermal alteration; base metals; structural controls; volcanic exhalitive zone; fluid flow; Nugget Pond Deposit; Nugget Pond Horizon; Cape Brule Porphyry; Cape St John Group; Snooks Arm Group; Scrape Point Formation; Mount Misery Formation; Round Harbour Formation; Balsam Bud Cove Formation; Venams Bight Formation; Bobby Cove Formation; East Pond Formation; Fly Pond Formation; Betts Cove Complex; Betts Head Formation; Tilt Cove Mine; Betts Cove Mine; Nippers Harbour Massif; massive sulphide deposits; footwall rocks; talc-carbonate schists; boninitic basalts; Paleozoic; Silurian; Ordovician
Illustrationssketch maps; tables; cross-sections