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TitleFe and Mg signatures of the Bong Uranium Deposit, Thelon Basin, Nunavut
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AuthorPotter, E GORCID logo; Sharpe, R; Girard, IORCID logo; Fayek, M; Gammon, P; Quirt, D; Robbins, J
SourcePresentations of the 2014 TGI-4 unconformity-related uranium workshop; by Potter, E GORCID logo (ed.); Geological Survey of Canada, Scientific Presentation 34, 2015 p. 151-170, Open Access logo Open Access
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Meeting2014 Targeted Geoscience Initiative 4 unconformity-related uranium deposits workshop; Saskatoon; CA; December 4, 2014
Mediaon-line; digital
RelatedThis publication is contained in Presentations of the 2014 TGI-4 unconformity-related uranium workshop
File formatpdf
NTS66A; 66B
AreaSissons Lake
Lat/Long WENS -99.0000 -97.0000 64.7500 64.2500
Subjectsstructural geology; radioactive minerals; geochemistry; unconformity-type deposit; unconformities; uranium deposits; uranium; mineral deposits; mineral occurrences; mineralization; iron geochemistry; magnesium geochemistry; structural features; faults; alteration; hydrothermal alteration; illite; Athabasca Basin; Bong deposit; Kiggavik deposit; Thelon sub-basin; Woodburn Lake group
Illustrationsphotographs; cross-sections; profiles; location maps
ProgramTargeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI-4) Uranium Ore Systems
Released2015 11 20
Summary(Plain Language Summary, not published)
The Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI-4) is a collaborative federal geoscience program that provides industry with the next generation of geoscience knowledge and innovative techniques to better detect buried mineral deposits, thereby reducing some of the risks of exploration. This scientific presentation consists of thirteen short presentations delivered at the final project workshop that highlight the main results of research completed under the TGI-4 uranium ore systems project. The TGI-4 activities were focused on unconformity-related uranium systems located in the Athabasca, Thelon and Otish Basins of northern Saskatchewan, Nunavut and Quebec, respectively.

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