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Detailed Precambrian geology, alteration and mineralization of the Werner Lake area, western English River Subprovince Keywords "Ontario Mining Publications,Ontario Geological Survey,OGS,Ontario Geology,Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry,MNDMF,Ontario Geosciences,Ontario Publication Sales Office" Created Date. The English River subprovince is one of two metasediment-dominated terranes in the western Superior Province. It has been interpreted as an accretionary complex, a foreland, or a fore-arc basin. Map - Werner Lake – Rex Lake Area (West Sheet), District of Kenora (Patricia Portion), Ontario. Publication Number: M Scale: Date: Author: Carlson, H.D. Publisher Name: ODM. Map - Detailed Precambrian Geology, Alteration and Mineralization of the Almo Lake Area, Western English River Subprovince. Source Map: DEPOSIT IS PLOTTED ON TOPO MAP. Sources Map Scale: Werner Lake – English River Area. Publication Number: M Scale: Date: Author: Western English River Subprovince and Parts of Uchi and Wabigoon Subprovinces.
English River Subprovince 6 Bird River Subprovince 7 Winnipeg River Subprovince 8 Wabigoon Subprovince 9 WesternWabigoon Region 10 Central Wabigoon Region 11 EasternWabigoon Region 12 Quetico Subprovince 12 Wawa Subprovince 13 AnAccretionary Tectonic Model 13 PartB Western SuperiorTransect: English River-WinnipegRiver-Wabigoon Portion 15 Day 1. The English River subprovince contains the most extensive distri- bution of S-type, peraluminous granitic rocks in NW Ontario and these rocks are estimated to underlie about km 2 of the ERS. The specific area of investigation on which this study is focused extends between 49°N and 52°N and between 90°W and 95°W, and covers the western halves of the Berens River, Uchi, English River, Winnipeg River, and Wabigoon subprovinces. 2. . Layered gneisses in the Winnipeg River subprovince contain magmatic zircon with U–Pb ages of ± 9 and ± 4 Ma at Tannis Lake, and and ± 5 Ma at Cedar Lake, indicating.
The Sim Lake property lies within the central portion of the English River Subprovince of the Superior Province of the Canadian Shield. The English River Subprovince is a linear, kilometres long by 50 kilometre wide, east-west trending structural belt comprised predominantly of highly metamorphosed and. In the western pan of the Superior province, gneisses and plutonic rocks of the English River subprovince form a km wide, east trending unit bound on both north and south by metavolcanic. Regional geology The southern segment of the Cat Lake-Winnipeg River pegmatite district is almost entirely restricted to the Bird River greenstone belt, which occupies the boundary between two major components of the English River subprovince: the Manigotogan-Ear Falls gneiss belt in the north,32,23 and the Winnipeg River batholithic belt in. The southern margin of the western English River terrane is marked by the Bird River – Separation Lake greenstone belt (Breaks ), which includes mafic metavolcanic rocks and the Cr-bearing.