2 edition of Report on the Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces. found in the catalog.
Report on the Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces.
Canada. Dept. of Mines. Mines Branch.
|Other titles||Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces.(Report).|
|Series||Reports (Canada. Mines Branch) -- 84|
|Contributions||Jennison, William F.|
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Gypsum [Information about this mineral maybe obtained in report on the Gypsum Deposits of be Maritime Province" by W: F, Jennison Department of Mines, Ottawa. ]. - Gypsum beds are numerous throughout the county where it is underlain by Lower Carboniferous rocks. gypsum mining gypsum plant in Agusan del Sur, Caraga, Philippines “Agusan del Sur is a landlocked province of the Philippines located in the Caraga region in Mindanao. Its capital is Prosperidad and borders, from the north clockwise, Agusan del Norte, Surigao del Sur, Davao Oriental, Compostela Valley, Davao del Norte, Bukidnon, and Misamis.
The gypsum quarry, between White Head and the Macumber manganese workings. Circa The tunnel was a naturally formed watercourse. It went under the road (not shown). The quarry is now overgrown. Photo in W.F. Jennison, "Report on the Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces", Can. Dept. Mines, no. 84, This photo has been shown times. Maritime Province of Nova Scotia (Fig. 1). There is potential for karst terrains to form wherever any of these rocks are exposed, but outcrops of limestone and dolostone in the province are relatively restricted in area and it is the evaporite karsts developed on the Windsor Group gypsum .
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Get this from a library. Report on the gypsum deposits of the maritime provinces. [William F Jennison; Canada. Mines Branch ()]. Get this from a library. Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces. [William F Jennison; Canada. Division des mines ()]. Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces [microform] by Jennison, William F; Canada.
Mines Branch. Publication date Topics Gypsum, Gypse, Gypsum industry, Gypse Publisher "Reports and maps of economic interest published by the Mines Branch": 6 p.
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Jennison. Abstract. At head of title: Canada. Department of Mines. Mines Branch."No. "Mode of access: Internet Topics: Gypsum. Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces [electronic resource] / By William F. Jennison and Canada. Mines Branch. Mines Branch "Reports and maps of economic interest published by the Mines Branch": 6 p.
at end."No. "Includes bibliographical references and an onic of access: Internet Full text of "Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime provinces [microform]" See other formats. Jennison, W.F. () Report on the Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces.
Canadian Department of Mines: Goodman, N.R. () Gypsum and Anhydrite in Nova Scotia. GESNER, A. Third report on the geological survey of the Province of New Brunswick.
Henry Chubb, Saint John, New Brunswick, 88 p. JENNISON, W.F. Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime Provinces, Canada. Canada Department of Lands and.
Jennison, W.F. () "Report on the Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces", Can. Dept. Mines, no. [ Online ] Ramik, R.A. () "Lost and Found: one of Canada's earliest type mineral localities", The 32nd Rochester Mineralogical Symposium, Program.
CGC mining rights to the gypsum resources of the area were eventually relinquished and transferred back to the Province of New Brunswick. Over the last thirty or so years interest in the remaining gypsum resources in the area has been sporadic limited. Report on the gypsum deposits of the Maritime Provinces, Canada.
Canada Department of. Minerals Yearbook Know More. Minerals Yearbook, (aSEan) (indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thai gypsum deposits occur in both northern and southern areas of the.
Several large deposits of high quality gypsum ore are found in various locations and there are many outcroppings of this soft white mineral found around the coast.
Sincethere has been a. Many large deposits of gypsum occur distributed throughout Canada; the most extensively mined areas being those in the Maritime Provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick where the mineral is found associated with rocks of the lower Carboniferous series.
Many of these deposits are exposed in cliffs which vary from 50 feet to feet in height. The Maritimes, also called the Maritime provinces, is a region of Eastern Canada consisting of three provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island (PEI).
The Maritimes had a population of 1, in Together with Canada's easternmost province, Newfoundland and Labrador, the Maritime provinces make up the region of the Atlantic provinces. MARITIME PROVINCES. MOSELE The karst which has developed on the widespread Mississippian gypsum-anhydrite deposits of the Canadian Maritime provinces is described.
In this Report. The gypsum karsts and caves of the Canadian Maritimes Max MOSELEY Ridge Valley Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3P 2K2 Abstract: The karst which has developed on the widespread Mississippian gypsum-anhydrite deposits of the Canadian Maritime provinces is described.
Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have large areas displaying all. The one large comprehensive work covering Kansas gypsum deposits exclusively was written by Grimsley and Bailey (). It describes in detail the gypsum deposits in Kansas as they were known at that time. Haworth (a) wrote a historical report of the gypsum and cement industry in Kansas.
The production of gypsum is one of th3 oldest industries in Canda, and in point of gypsum output Canada ranJis third among the countries of the world. Gypsum was discovered in the Maritime Provinces at a very early:date, but there is no authentic production until aboutwhen gypsum was mined. The karst which has developed on the widespread Mississippian gypsum-anhydrite deposits of the Canadian Maritime provinces is described.
Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have large areas displaying. References. Adams, S. () A microscopic study of vein quartz: Econ. Geology, v. 15, p. Annual Register () Kansas Agr.
Soc., p. Bailey, H. Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. Home; Contact; Government Home; Department of Natural Resources Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Natural Resources Government of .Book (1) Article Type.
Facet list. Research Article Maritime Provinces New Brunswick (1) Nova Scotia Minas Basin (1) Newfoundland and Labrador gypsum deposits (4).Maritime Provinces New Brunswick (2) Quebec Rouville County Quebec Book: Geoscience for the Public Good and Global Development: Toward a Sustainable Future.
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