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TitleTemporal and spatial distribution of magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE, Cr, and Fe-Ti-V deposits in the Bird River-Uchi-Oxford-Stull-La Grande-Eastmain superdomain: A new metallotect within the Superior Province
AuthorHoulé, M G; Lesher, C M; Metsaranta, R T; Goutier, J; Gilbert, H P; McNicoll, V
SourceSociety for Geology Applied to Minerals, 12th SGA Biennial Meeting, Uppsala 2013 Abstracts; by Society for Geology Applied to Minerals; 2013.
LinksOnline - En ligne
Year2013
Alt SeriesEarth Sciences Sector, Contribution Series 20140577
PublisherSociety for Geology Applied to Minerals
MeetingSociety for Geology Applied to Minerals, 12th SGA Biennial Meeting; Uppsala; SE; August 12-15, 2013
Documentbook
Lang.English
Mediadigital; on-line
File formathtml
ProvinceManitoba
NTS52L/06; 52L/05
AreaBird River
Lat/Long WENS-95.8000 -95.2500 50.5000 50.3833
Subjectsmetallic minerals; mineralization; nickel; copper; platinum; chromium; iron; titanium; vanadium; mineral deposits; sulphides; chromite; ultramafic rocks; mafic rocks; intrusive rocks; Superior Province; McFaulds Lake greenstone belt; LaGrande-Eastmain domain; Oxford-Stull domain
ProgramMafic-Ultramafic Ore Systems, Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI-4)
AbstractCr and Fe-Ti-V mineralization in ultramafic-mafic intrusions is known from several areas of the Superior province, but was considered to be of marginal significance until the discovery of world-class Cr deposits and potentially significant Fe-Ti-V mineralization in the McFaulds Lake greenstone belt ("Ring of Fire" area) of northern Ontario. Ni-Cu-(PGE), Cr-PGE, and Fe-Ti-V deposits/occurrences in the northern part of the Superior Province occur predominantly within Neo-archean supracrustal successions along the margins and within the interiors of the Bird River–Uchi–Oxford-Stull– LaGrande–Eastmain domains (BUOGE “superdomain”). This superdomain defines a major Cr-Ni-Cu-PGE-V metallotect that appears to be fundamentally different from other parts of the Superior Province, such as the Abitibi greenstone belt or the apparently relatively unmineralized North Caribou core, Island Lake, and Goudalie domains. Detailed studies of the tectonic, volcanic, and petrogenetic settings of key areas of the BUOGE superdomain are in progress and should provide light on why this metallotect is so different from those in the southern part of the Superior Province.
GEOSCAN ID296243