4 edition of The clay and shale deposits of Nova Scotia and portions of New Brunswick found in the catalog.
The clay and shale deposits of Nova Scotia and portions of New Brunswick
|Statement||by Heinrich Ries ; assisted by Joseph Keele.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 82620, Memoir / Geological Survey of Canada -- no. 16E.|
|Contributions||Keele, Joseph, 1863-1923., Geological Survey of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 microfiches (133 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||133|
The Horton Bluff Formation Gas Shale, Frontier Shale Play Fairway Analysis, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Fundy basin of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick (NB) is primarily an underfilled-lake-type basin with a paucity of confirmed organic-rich sediments. which was published as part of a study on world oil-shale deposits (Dyni, ). The GEOSCAN supports the mission of Natural Resources Canada through the timely access to information. Program: Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI-5), Knowledge Management Coordination Program: Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI-5), Uranium ore systems - fluid pathways Released: 03 Abstract: Visible-near infrared - shortwave infrared (VNIR-SWIR) spectroscopy, gamma-ray logs, and magnetic susceptibility measurements were taken on drill core samples that span the Patterson Lake. (Nova Scotia) b shale deposits include the Triassic shales of the Stanleyvil1e Basin in Zaire and the Albert shales of New Brunswick, Canada (Mississipian). D. OCCURRENCE Oil shale deposits are located throughout the world. 3. 73,74 but it is .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ries, Heinrich, Clay and shale deposits of Nova Scotia and portions of New Brunswick. Ottawa, Government Printing Bureau, Full text of "The clay and shale deposits of Nova Scotia and portions of New Brunswick [microform]" See other formats.
Full text of "Joint report on the bituminous, or oil shales of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia; also, On the oil-shale industry of Scotland.
Economics. Geology" See other formats. "This shale could be used for pressed brick, and, if mixed with some burned clay, for firebrick, and it is also the kind used for mixing with short-fibre asbestos for making asbestic [The Clay and Shale Deposits of Nova Scotia and Portions of The clay and shale deposits of Nova Scotia and portions of New Brunswick book Brunswick.
The oil shales of Nova Scotia occur in rocks of Carboniferous age. The two major deposit areas are located in Antigonish and Pictou Counties. Minor oil shale occurrences have also been reported along the south side of Minas Basin, and on Cape Breton Island at Lake Ainslie and MacAdams : M.C.
Rockwell, S.R. The clay and shale deposits of Nova Scotia and portions of New Brunswick book. Geological Survey of Canada: Clay and shale deposits of New Brunswick [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Govt. Print. Bureau, ), also by Joseph Keele (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Geological Survey of Canada: The clay and shale deposits of Nova Scotia and portions of New Brunswick [electronic resource] / (Ottawa.
Copepods and cladocerans were collected, mainly in August, from the top m of the water column in the outer Bay of Fundy, off Brier Island, Nova Scotia (ca. 44°15′N, 66°23′W) in The Clay and Shale Deposits of Nova Scotia, and portions of New Brunswick.
Geological Survey, Dept. of Mines, Ottawa. Mem Geological Series Mitchell, J. Early Mining of Coal in the Glace Bay District, Cape Breton. South Cape Breton Mining Society. Fernow, B. Half-graben lacustrine sedimentary rocks of the Lower Carboniferous Strathlorne Formation, Horton Group, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada Article in Sedimentology 39(2) - June.
Nova Scotia (1) Ontario New Brunswick (1) Nova Scotia (1) Ontario Cochrane District Ontario Clays and Clay Minerals () 27 (4): – Purchase. Add to Citation Manager. Journal Article. Characterization of Bitumens and Coals. My dear Marianne, —We have just returned from an expedition of three days to the Strait which divides Nova Scotia from New Brunswick, whither I went to see a forest of fossil coal-trees—the most wonderful phenomenon perhaps that I have seen, so upright do the trees stand, or so perpendicular to the strata, in the ever-wasting cliffs, every year a new crop being brought into view, as the.
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The remains are very numerous, most of them being exceedingly thin films flattened in a calcareous shale and showing no definite surface markings (, 21).Weller has collected specimens from the Altyn limestone at the. A singular feature of this clay-vein consists in the very curious overlap of the vein to the left on gaining the roof of the coal, where it would seem that the intrusive clay at this place met some obstruction, which diverted it and caused it to curl over and actually penetrate the upper1 layers of.
This is true of offsets of the Sangamon marine bench on northern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia (Neale ; Grant ). Small faults of glaciotectonic origin are particularly abundant in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and southeastern Quebec (figs.
and ). They are considered to be mostly late Wisconsin or early Holocene in age, as. (2.) Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, P.O. BoxHahf ax, NS B3J 2T9, Canada (3.) New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Geological Surveys Branch, P.O.
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The triassic period, in ascending, follows the Permian. It is represented in North America, especially in Nova Scotia, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, by deposits of red hard shale with few fossil remains, and in North Carolina and Virginia by the same kind of rocks, containing however beds of combustible mineral or of coal.
In Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, deposits of ferruginous clays and wad, as well as the ochre deposits of Colchester county, Nova Scotia, have been worked on a small scale from time to time. In the western provinces, deposits of workable size and grade are said to exist, but no production is reported.
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This sequence was stated to be repeated three times in the Cambro-Silurian (Ordovician), Middle and Upper Silurian, and Lower Devonian of New York and adjacent regions. In Nova Scotia, J.
Dawson distinguished a general succession of Carboniferous rocks consisting of (1) coarse sediments deposited in shallow water at the base, (2) limestone. insuffcient to meet existing demand, absent incremental production from either existing offshore Nova Scotia or onshore New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
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THE COAL OR CARBONIFEROUS GROUP. Upper Freeport (No. 7) Clay, shale, sandstone, and concealed' Sandstone, Lower Freeport,' and conglomerate Coal, Concealed Coal, Middle Kittanning (No. Clay 6) Inkheb 2 45 30 55 3 3 Shale 15 Coal 1 Shale 1 6 10 3 6 Coal, Lower Kjttanning (No.
5) Clay 3 Shale and sandstone Limestone, Putnam Hill 5 2 1 8 Coal, Brookville (No. 4) 5 ' The Lower. WORLD SHALE GAS RESOURCES: AN INITIAL ASSESSMENT OF 14 REGIONS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES advances in well completion practices may enable more of the very high clay content shale formations to be efficiently stimulated, also enabling these basins and formations to be Nova Scotia and New Brunswick of Eastern Size: 16MB.
Erect lycopod stem drawn in section. The interior was filled with shale only after the stem had been surrounded with a coarser fraction of sediment. Nova Scotia, Canada, after Dawson, Graded bedding far exceeding the scale of that reported in the underclays above is.
The Helderbergian series is mainly confined to the eastern part of the continent; there is a northern development in Maine, and in Canada (Gaspe, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Montreal); an Appalachian belt, and a lower Mississippian region.
The series as a whole is mainly calcareous ( ft. in Gaspe), and thins out towards the west. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
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(FIGURES and On green shale, from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. (FIGURE Carboniferous rain-prints with worm-tracks (a, b) on green shale, from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Natural size.) (FIGURE Casts of rain-prints on a portion of the same slab (Figure ), seen to project on the under side of an incumbent layer of arenaceous shale.
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