Natural Resources

Current Research 2012

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  1. J. Hinchey - Preliminary insights into lithogeochemical signatures and possible provenance of reduced sedimentary units associated with copper mineralization − western Avalon Zone, Newfoundland
  2. A. Kerr and V. McNicoll - New U−Pb geochronological constraints from mineralized granites in southern Newfoundland
  3. A. Kerr and H. Rafuse - Rare-earth element (REE) geochemistry of the Strange Lake deposits: Implications for resource estimation and metallogenic models
  4. M. Minnett, H. Sandeman and D. Wilton - Geochemistry of the host rocks and timing of gold-electrum mineralization at the Viking property, Newfoundland
  5. H. Sandeman, V. McNicoll and D.T.W. Evans - U−Pb geochronology and lithogeochemistry of the host rocks to the Reid gold deposit, Exploits Subzone−Mount Cormack Subzone boundary area, central Newfoundland
  6. G.W. Sparkes - New developments concerning epithermal alteration and related mineralization along the western margin of the Avalon Zone, Newfoundland
  7. L.S. Normore - Geology of the Random Island map area (NTS 2C/04), Newfoundland
  8. G.W.H. van Hees, A. Zagorevski and M. Hannington - Volcanology and stratigraphy of the Lundberg Zone, Buchans, Newfoundland
  9. S.D. Amor - Lake-sediment and water-sampling survey in the Alexis River region, southeastern Labrador
  10. D. Brushett - Quaternary geology and till geochemistry of the Carmanville (NTS 2E/08), Wesleyville (NTS 2F/04) and Musgrave Harbour (NTS 2F/05) map areas
  11. M.L. Irvine - Coastal monitoring in Newfoundland and Labrador
  12. M.J. Ricketts - Aggregate-resource mapping in the Centreville−Wareham−Trinity area, Bonavista Bay
  13. J.S. Smith - The paleogeography of glacial Lake Shanadithit, Red Indian Lake Basin, Newfoundland: Implications for drift prospecting
  14. A. Harris and S. Cochrane - Core-storage program, 2011
  15. G.J. Stapleton, J.L. Smith, M.C. Squires and H.M. Rafuse - Mineral Occurrence Data System

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