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TitleMineral occurrence database, Great Bear Magmatic Zone
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AuthorBretzlaff, R E; Kerswill, J A
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Open File 7959, 2016, 7 pages, https://doi.org/10.4095/297587 (Open Access)
Year2016
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentopen file
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
File formatreadme
File formatpdf; rtf; sql; shp; kmz; mxd; mdb
ProvinceNorthwest Territories
NTS85I; 85J; 85K; 85M; 85N; 86C; 86D; 86E; 86F; 86K; 86L; 86M; 86N; 87A; 87B
AreaGreat Slave Lake; McLeod Bay; Taltheilei Narrows; Pethei Peninsula; Douglas Peninsula; Kahochella Peninsula; Redcliff Island; Fletcher Lake; Walmsley Lake; Artillery Lake; Ptarmigan Lake; Douglas Lake; Tent Lake; Snowdrift River; Gagnon Lake; Whitefish Lake; Sifton Lake
Lat/Long WENS-120.0000 -112.0000 68.5000 61.7500
Subjectseconomic geology; mineral potential; mineralization; mineral occurrences; sulphides; iron oxides; copper; gold; magmatic deposits; magmatism; hydrothermal deposits; data collections; Great Bear Magmatic Zone; Slave Craton; Churchill Province; East Arm Basin; Precambrian; Proterozoic
Illustrationstables
ProgramDirector office, GSC Central Canada Division, GSC Central Canada Division
Released2016 01 29
Summary(Plain Language Summary, not published)
A mineral occurrence database for mineral showings and deposits in the Great Bear magmatic zone, Wopmay Orogen, was created for use as a layer for mineral prospectivity modelling and remote predictive mapping for the Great Bear - Multiple Metals Project, Geo-mapping for Energy and Minerals program. The majority of the data points were originally extracted from NORMIN, the mineral showings database of the Northwest Territories Geological Survey in 2010. Other initial data came from the World Minerals Geoscience Database Project. Then both old and new data sources such as maps and diagrams from assessment reports and technical reports filed on SEDAR were georeferenced, and sites of mineralization were extracted as accurately as possible using GIS techniques. Many of the original NORMIN and WMGDP showings were thus relocated so that they could be used as a verification layer to test the modelling results. New showings were added from new literature and technical reports.
GEOSCAN ID297587