2 edition of Geology of the asbestos deposits of southern Quebec /[by] P.H. Riordon. found in the catalog.
Geology of the asbestos deposits of southern Quebec /[by] P.H. Riordon.
Quebec. Dept. of natural resources.
in Quebec :Dept. of Natural Resources
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 67-71.
|Contributions||Riordon, P. H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
Rocks similar to those that furnish the asbestos in Georgia are common in the mountain region of North Carolina and Virginia, and in the latter State there is a very small production of asbestos used in manufacturing a dental product. VERMONT. The country rocks of the asbestos deposits in Quebec, Canada,Author: J.S. Diller. The geological map is copied from Horváth et al. () Local Geology: The Serpentine Tectonic Belt of the Lower Ordovician rocks of the Appalachians comprise serpentinized dunite, chromitite, pyroxenite and peridotite, all intruded by diorite, syenite, granite, gabbro and ultramafic to intermediate volcanic rocks. The dunite and peridotite that are associated with the asbestos deposits .
Asbestos, Quebec: The Town, the Mineral, and the Local-Global Balance Between the Two Jessica J. van Horssen The University of Western Ontario Supervisor Dr. Alan MacEachern The University of Western Ontario Graduate Program in History A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree in Doctor of PhilosophyCited by: 1. We have written the text primarily for undergraduates who are taking options in Economic Geology towards the end of a Degree Course in Geology. However, we hope that the text will also prove valuable to geologists working in the mining industry. The text is to a large extent based on a review of the existing literature up to the end of
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SOUTHERN QUEBEC b y P. Riordon Date: No P4- / ~'.~ October, Documents complémentaires / A. dditional files. Licence / License. Title: Geology of the Asbestos Deposits of Southern Quebec (DP) Keywords: Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles, Gouvernement du Québec. Geology and Ore Deposits of Rouyn Harricanaw Region, Quebec (Memoir ) [Cooke, H.C.; James, W.F.; Mawdsley, J.B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying Author: J.B.
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Riordon (Editor) / Paperback / Published Our Price: $ + $ special surcharge (Special Order) Geology of Tin Deposits in Asia and the Pacific: Selected Papers from the International Symposium on the Geology of Tin Deposits.
Abstract. There are two kinds of asbestos. There are asbestoform varieties of certain Minerals (such as the amphiboles) that find rather specialized uses in industry; and there is chrysotile, which is a much more abundant, cheaper and more generally : Colin J.
Dixon. In: The Geology of some ore deposits of Southern Africa, Vol.2, – () The Geological Society of South Africa Google Scholar Laurent, R.: Petrology of asbestos serpentinites of Southern Quebec. Overview of the geology and Cr-PGE potential of the Southern Québec Ophiolite Belt Article (PDF Available) in Geological Association of Canada - Special Paper.
Davis, D.W. & Lin, S. () Unraveling the geologic history of the Hemlo Archean gold deposit, Superior Province, Canada: a U‐Pb geochronological.
A study was undertaken which shows that different metavolcanic units in the southern Appalachians of Quebec can be distinguished on the basis of their Cited by: Quebec Department of Natural Resources, b. Traitement de migration par uation d'onde d'une partie de la ligne sismique DP Riordon.
P.H. Geology of Thetford Mines-Black Lake area, with particular reference to the Asbestos deposits. Unpubl. Ph.D. Thesis, McGill UnivMontreal, pp.
Riordon. P.H. Cited by: The Epidemiology of Asbestos-related Diseases in Quebec Institut national de santé publique du Québec III ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This report could not have been produced without the numerous studies conducted by the authors of the various documents produced in the framework of the sub-committee’s work on the epidemiology of asbestos-related Size: KB.
The geology of natural asbestos deposits and its application to public health policy Geology in China By: Bradley S. Van Gosen. The deposits included in this study are: Canadian Magnesite Mines magnesite-talc deposit, Allerston talc-magnesite deposit, Daffodil asbestos deposit, Slade-Forbes asbestos deposit.
Get this from a library. Géologie des gîtes d'amiante du sud-est Québécois = Geology of the asbestos deposits of southeastern Québec. [P H Riordon; Québec (Province). Service des gîtes minéraux.; Québec (Province).
Direction générale des mines.]. An overview of the mining history, geology, mineralogy, and amphibole-asbestos health effects of the Rainy Creek igneous complex, Libby, Montana, U.S.A.: A case study in teaching environmental mineralogy (modified from Bandli, B.
() Characterization of File Size: 1MB. Asbestos, town, Estrie region, southern Quebec province, os lies near the Southwest Nicolet River, 95 miles ( km) southwest of Quebec city.
Its economy traditionally depended almost entirely on asbestos mining and the manufacture of asbestos products.
One of the mines—the Jeffrey open-pit mine—is one of the largest asbestos mines in the world. Asbestos is a town in the Estrie (Eastern Townships) region of southeastern Quebec, Canada on the Nicolet River. Asbestos is the seat of Les Sources Regional County Municipality, formerly known as the Asbestos Regional County town covers an area of square kilometres ( sq mi), including land acquired due to the merger of the City of Asbestos with Country: Canada.
Castor, S.B. & Henry, C.D. () Geology, geochemistry, and origin of volcanic rock‐hosted uranium deposits in northwestern Nevada and southeastern Oregon, USA. Ore Geol. Rev. 16, 1 – Crossref Web of Science® Google Scholar. Economic geology is closely related to general and to structural The problems that arise can best be solved by one who has an adequate knowledge of the structural and historical geology of the region containing the deposits, such as is gained by detailed mapping, together with an understanding of the genesis geology.
Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Chalmers, R. (Robert), ; Format: Book, Microform, Online; p.: ill., map. Report on the surface geology and auriferous deposits of south-eastern Chalmers, R.
and Geological Survey of Canada. Report on the surface geology and auriferous deposits of south-eastern. See P. H. Riordon and V.
F. Hollister, Geology of Asbestos Deposits (); S. S. Chissick and R. Derricott, Asbestos: Properties, Applications and Hazards (). Asbestos A noncombustible, flexible mineral fiber that is able to withstand high temperatures; it is fabricated into many forms, either alone or mixed with other ingredients.
Asbestos: Quebec’s White Gold. Canada has a long, dark history with asbestos. Before mining stopped inthe country was one of the world’s main producers of the naturally occurring carcinogenic mineral. Mining efforts started in the s, when chrysotile deposits were discovered in Thetford, : Matt Mauney.The file was compiled through a systematic State-by-State search of the geologic literature.
An asbestos site was included only when the literature source specifically mentioned asbestos and (or) described the commonly regulated asbestos minerals as occurring in the asbestiform crystal Size: 2MB.