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Clay and shale deposits of the western provinces.

Ries, Heinrich

Clay and shale deposits of the western provinces.

[Part I]-V

by Ries, Heinrich

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Published by Government Printing Bureau, 1912-15. in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clay -- Canada,
  • Shale

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Heinrich Ries and Joseph Keele.
    SeriesCanada. Geological Survey. Memoir no. 24-E, 25, 47, 65, 66. Geological series, 16, 21, 39, 53, 54, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada)
    ContributionsKeele, Joseph, 1863-1923.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15096073M
    LC Control Number12000672
    OCLC/WorldCa509924

    Mining operations southwest of the town of Altus, in Jackson County, extracted about million tons of copper ore from shale deposits between and The principal metallogenic provinces of Oklahoma are in the northeastern corner of the State, and in . Appalachian Plateaus Province. The Appalachian Plateau lies in Western Maryland, stretching across Garrett County and western Allegany County. It holds siltstone, shale and sandstone, as well as some areas of coal. Maryland Geological Survey, Kenneth N. Weaver Building, St. Paul St., Baltimore, Maryland, April Photo by Diane F. Evartt.

    The research work presents clay mineral composition in the sediment of the Pliocene Productive Series from western South Caspian Basin and identify potential source areas for the different research regions. The Productive Series is a main reservoir unit in the South Caspian Basin and divided into a lower division and an upper by: Geology Resources. Arkansas is divided topographically into two major provinces along a northeast-southwest trending "fall line". This imaginary line divides resistant sedimentary Paleozoic rocks of the Interior Highlands from unconsolidated sediments of the Gulf Coastal Plain.

    Shale is a fine-grained, clastic sedimentary rock, composed of mud that is a mix of flakes of clay minerals and tiny fragments (silt-sized particles) of other minerals, especially quartz and calcite. Shale is characterized by breaks along thin laminae or parallel layering or bedding less than one centimeter in thickness, called fissility. It is the most common sedimentary rock. and below a ft thick shale unit. This shale ("Pink" Marker) can be observed on logs throughout the area mapped, and continues downdip at least to the Laredo airport (fig. 3). The sequence can be correlated to the east into the Hughes and Hughes #1-B Palafox Exploration well, where the overlying clay-rich sequence is also logged (fig. 4).


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I] Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces pt. II, Report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. Part III-V, Clay and shale deposits of the wester provinces. Part III is by H. Ries, alone. Description. Two years ago, the writer and Mr.

Keele made a prelim- inary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western pro- vinces, which was published as Memoir 24 of the Geological Survey. Heinrich Ries, Report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces (part II) Heinrich Ries, Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces.

Heinrich Ries, Joseph Keele and Geological Survey of Canada. Heinrich Ries, Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. Heinrich Ries, Clay and shale deposits of the western provinces.

Heinrich Ries, Clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. Joseph Keele, Joseph Keele and Geological Survey of Canada. In eastern West Virginia and western Virginia where the Marcellus Shale, Mah- antango Formation, Hamilton Group, and Harrell Shale (Butts, ) cannot be differentiated in field mapping (de Witt et al., ), the Millboro Shale (Butts, ) represents these formations.

Rocks stratigraphically above the Hamilton Group, and Harrell Shale where. Here we report the discovery of a new Ediacaran BST deposit with exceptional preservation of non-mineralizing macro-organisms in thinly bedded black shale from Zavkhan Province, western by: processes the mined clay at Medicine Hat, Alberta.

Prince Edward Island There is no production of clay in the province. Nova Scotia Shaw Brick (a member of The Shaw Group Limited) extracts clay from pits at Lantz, Milford, and Shubenaca-die, all in Hants County, and shale from quarries located in Hardwood Lands, Hants County; and New Glasgow File Size: 69KB.

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Preliminary report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. [Heinrich Ries; Joseph Keele]. During this period, several deeper areas, located mainly in western Hubei Province, southeastern Chongqing Province, and northern Guizhou Province, were distributed in the Yangtze Block, and these were characterized by semi-deep to deep shelf environments in which black shale and mudstone were mainly deposited (Jiang et al.,; Li et Cited by: 1.

Additional Physical Format: Print version: Ries, Heinrich, Report on the clay and shale deposits of the western provinces. Ottawa: Govt. Print. The Middle Proterozoic Fe-cu-REE metallogenic province of the st.

Francois terrane, although not as large as the aforementioned districts, is a unique and interesting metal province and has the potential for new discoveries. The ores may be variants of the Kiruna- and Olympic Dam-type class of deposits.

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GEOLOGY OF THE CLAY DEPOSITS IN PARTS OF WASHINGTON AND IDAHO 1 by JOHN W. HOSTERMAN U.S. Geological Survey, Agricultural Research Center, Bel~villo, Maryland ABSTRACT The clay deposits of eastern Washington and northern Idaho are along the eastern edge of the Columbia River Plateau physiographic province.

Soon after deposition, flocculated organic-rich clay laminae of unbioturbated, finely laminated black shale deposits of the Dunkirk Shale underwent rapid mechanical compaction into a tight.

Shale tectonics is a relatively common term that encompasses any deformation involving overpressured, undercompacted, fine-grained sediments. Compared with the processes involved in salt tectonics (see the recent review of Hudec and Jackson, ), shale tectonics also includes deformation driven only by density contrasts, promoting shale upwelling and withdrawal (e.g., Andrews, Rather than being comprised dominantly of carbonate muds derived from coeval carbonate banks to the east, Woodbend basin-fill units have a significant clay shale content.

The occurrence of these shales marks the initial delivery of terrigenous deposits into the central Alberta Basin from an extrabasinal northerly source. PDF version. Metallogenic Mineral Provinces and World Class Ore Deposits in Europe.

W. De Vos 1, M. J. Batista 2, A. Demetriades 3, M. Duris 4, J. Lexa, 5 J. Lis 6, K. Marsina 5, and P.J. O'Connor 7. 1 Geological Survey of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium 2 Geological and Mining Institute of Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal 3 Institute of Geology and Mineral Exploration, Athens, Greece.Oil shale reserves refers to oil shale resources that are economically recoverable under current economic conditions and technological abilities.

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