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Radioactive mineral occurrences in the vicinity of Hawk and Richard Lakes

Ontario. Dept. of Mines.

Radioactive mineral occurrences in the vicinity of Hawk and Richard Lakes

by Ontario. Dept. of Mines.

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Published by Queen"s Printer for Ontario in Toronto, Ont .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby J. Satterly.
SeriesGeological circular (Ontario. Dept. of Mines) -- 1
ContributionsSatterly, J.
The Physical Object
Pagination6 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20171778M

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Radioactive mineral occurrences in the vicinity of Hawk and Richard Lakes by Ontario. Dept. of Mines. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Radioactive mineral occurrences in the vicinity of Hawk and Richard Lake / J. Satterly --No. Some radioactive mineral occurrences in the Bancroft Area / J. Satterly and D.F. Hewitt --No. Preliminary report on the geology of the Manitouwadge Lake Area / E.G.

Pye. In general this book is good as an Introduction to radioactive minerals. It covers the formation, localities and the minerals itself.

It is thus quite broad, and the only book of which I know that covers the wordlwide occurence of uranium and thorium by: 2. SOME RADIOACTIVE MINERAL OCCURRENCES IN CARDIFF AND MONMOUTH TOWNSHIPS, HALIBURTON COUNTY By S.E.

Wolfe and Nelson Hogg. INTRODUCTION AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The writers spent two weeks, from July 8 to JIn Cardiff and Monmouth townships, Hali burton county, investigating reported discoveries of radioactive minerals.

but the radioactive mineral suite was known. In these cases the probable radio-active elements were determined from the chemistry of the radioactive minerals present. For example, if the mineral monazite ((Ce, La, Nd) PO4) is the only mineral mentioned in an occurrence description_ the elements present are assumed to be thorium and rare earth.

LES CONDITIONS CI-DESSOUS RÉGISSENT L'UTILISATION DU PRÉSENT DOCUMENT. Votre utilisation de ce document de la Commission géologique de l'Ontario (le «contenu») est régie par les conditions décrites sur cette page («conditions d'utilisation»).

Nine hundred and sixty-five natural radioactive occurrences of uranium, some containing thorium, are known for Arizona. Of these, localities were the source of l8.l million pounds of U between and About 43 million pounds.

Kay Cumbow, Great Lakes Environmental Alliance, Port Huron, MI, () Great Lakes Groups Question Newly Discovered Radioactive Waste Shipments from Illinois through Great Lakes Region Deadly fuel would move from LaSalle nuclear reactors through Port Huron, MichiganAuthor: Beyond Nuclear.

Uraninite. Uraninite is a highly radioactive and interesting mineral. It is the chief ore of uranium and radium, which is found in trace amounts. Helium was first discovered on the earth in samples of uraninite. Radium and helium are found in uraninite because they are the principle products of uranium's decay process.

The most common ore mineral of thorium is monazite [(Ce,La,Nd,Th)PO 4], a common accessory mineral occurring in small amounts, a percent or less, in granites and related igneous rocks. This monazite can contain several percent ThO 2 substituting for light rare earth elements (LREE). Other primary ore minerals of thorium are thorianite [ThO 2] andFile Size: KB.

The most common radioactive minerals include uraninite, thorite, uranothorite, REE-bearing minerals, secondary alteration products (uranophane) and accessory mineral phases. Episodic exploration and development in the area dates back towith a mids peak in activity following airborne and ground scintillometer surveys.

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the area includes Early Proterozoic sedimentary-exhalative lead-zinc occurrences and Cretaceous and/or Tertiary base metal and rare gold-rich veins. Fieldwork from to was funded by the Canada/Yukon Co-operation Agreement on Mineral Resource Development. Lithoprobe additionally supported the fi eldwork in Figure GS General geology of the Sheila-Margaret lakes area, showing locations of mineral occurrences.

Geology provided by Black Hawk Mining Ltd., ; index map from Baldwin (). Manitoba Geological Survey. According to: Ontario Department of Mines, Volume LXV, Part 6,Radioactive Mineral Occurrences in the Bancroft Area, by J. Satterly. “In exploration of uranium was carried out on about properties in the area between Bancroft, Haliburton, and Bobcaygeon in Hastings, Haliburton, and Peterborough counties”.

identified opaque mineral, possibly thorianite, appeared to be highly radioactive. Significant differences were found in the radioactivity of similar and closely related igneous rocks from one area to another. In general, the more alkalic and siliceous igneous rocks have the highest radioactivity.

OFFICIAL USE ONLYAuthor: Robert R. Coats. Satterly, J. () Radioactive Mineral Occurrences in the Bancroft Area, Ontario Department of Mines, Annual Report ARV65, Pt.6, p, Galway Township ⓘ Crystal Lake Mine (Silver Crater Mine) Ref.: Geological Survey of Canada Miscellaneous Report Renfrew County; Raglan Township ⓘ Henderson property.

Nearly mineral species have been identified in the Bancroft region. It is one of those igneous intrusive events that is responsible for the wondrously rich mineral assemblage at the Beryl Pit and the gorgeous rose quartz in the Rose Quartz pit a few miles away.

Both pegmatite occurrences are located in Quadville. Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM V) All minerals and raw materials contain radionuclides of natural origin, of which the most important for the purposes of radiation protection are the radionuclides in the U and Th decay series and 40K.

For most human activities involving minerals and raw materials, the levels of exposure to. a mineral containing natural radioactive elements (long-lived isotopes of the radioactive series of U, U, and Th) in amounts considerably exceeding their average content in the earth’s crust.

There are about known radioactive minerals that contain uranium, thorium, or both elements; radium minerals have not been reliably established. containing thorium-bearing minerals in the vicinity of Rock Corral.

In earlypreliminary reconnaissance examinations of the known occurrences and adjacent area by D. Hewett, G. Walker, and L. Baumgardner indicated that some biotite-rich inclusions in plutonic rocks exposed in the Rock Corral area contained concentraCited by: 1.

Radioactive & Metalliferous Minerals Unit Report, Institute of Geological Sciences, Report No. Tandy, B. C. New radioactive nodule and reduction feature occurrences in the Littleham-Larkbeare area of Devon.

Radioactive & Metalliferous Minerals Unit Report, Institute of Geological Sciences, Report No. Thomas, H.H. The Southwest Region includes California, Nevada, and Arizona.

The Regional Office, headquartered in Sacramento, provides Center oversight and support, facilitates internal and external collaborations, and works to further USGS strategic science directions.

For about two months, starting around December 7,an airplane operated under.Naturally occurring radioactive minerals, in quantities that would normally be used for scientific study or kept in a mineral collection, pose little health hazard when handled properly.

Specimens should be stored a reasonable distance away from a place where you would spend a lot of time each day, i.e., your work area, office, or bedroom.