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Record #101002:

Archean quartz arenites and pyritic paleoplacers in the Bealieu River supracrustal belt, Slave structural province, N.W.T. / S.M. Roscoe, M. Stubley, D. Roach.

Title: Archean quartz arenites and pyritic paleoplacers in the Bealieu River supracrustal belt, Slave structural province, N.W.T. / S.M. Roscoe, M. Stubley, D. Roach.
Author(s): Roscoe, S. M.
Stubley, M.
Roach, D.
Date: 1989.
In: Geological Survey of Canada. Paper. (1989.), Vol. 89-1C (1989)
Abstract: Quartz arenite recently recognized at Beniah Lake found to be part of more extensive Beniah formation. Pyritic gold palaeoplacers likely to be present in quantities meriting exploration.
Notes:

Geological Survey of Canada. Paper. Vol. 89-1C :199-214 (1989).

Current Research, Part C: Canadian Shield.

Keywords: 553.411 -- Gold deposits, minerals.
622.1 -- Mineral deposits, preliminary investigations.
551.71 -- Archaean.
B -- Geology and soil sciences.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
(*470) -- Mackenzie District.
SPRI record no.: 101002

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