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Precambrian geology and mineral deposits of the Cobalt-Kirkland Lake-Timmins area of Ontario
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International Geological Congress,International Geological Congress, Twenty-Fourth Session, Canada, Field Excursion, Ab-C 96 pages with illustrations. Softbound, very good condition. Guidebook. $ Early Precambrian (Archean) metavolcanic-metasedimentary northeast trending rocks are the principal geological feature of the Northeast Temagami area in which the Niemetz property is located.
This belt averages about 13 kilometers wide and 29 kilometers long with the dominant structure being a northeast trending syncline called the Tetapaga.