Geoscience

Bedrock Mapping, U-Pb Geochronology, Metallogeny, Sedimentology and Structural Evolution Studies of the Western Margin of the Rae Craton, Nonacho Lake Area (NTS 75F), Northwest Territories

Presenter: Edith Martel

The Northwest Territories Geological Survey completed the third field season of a multidisciplinary geoscience project in the Nonacho Lake area, 300 km southeast of Yellowknife.

Bedrock Mapping and Lithogeochemistry of Mafic Volcanic Rocks, Winter Lake Greenstone Belt, Slave Craton

Presenter: Dawson Stone

The Archean Winter Lake greenstone belt (WLB) is located in the western part of the Slave craton ~250 km north-northeast of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide Focused Mapping Initiative, Slave Craton, Northwest Territories

Presenter: Bernadette Knox

The Northwest Territories Geological Survey (NTGS) volcanogenic massive sulfide initiative continues to map greenstone belts of the Slave craton in areas of elevated resource potential.

Fluid Characterization of Ore Bearing Fluids at the Giant Mine and Quyta-Bell Gold System in the Yellowknife Greenstone Belt, Northwest Territories, Canada

Presenter: Baykan Aksu

The Yellowknife greenstone belt (YGB), located in the Northwest Territories, is an Archean tectonic province that hosts numerous gold occurrences including the world-class Con and Giant deposits near Yellowknife Bay.

Geophysical Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Survey, Itchen Lake and Point Lake Area, Northwest Territories

Presenter: Asif Mirza

During the winter of 2019, an airborne high-resolution magnetic survey in the Itchen Lake and Point Lake area was flown for the Northwest Territories Geological Survey (NTGS) by EON Geoscience Inc.

Preliminary Classification and Origin of the Salkeld Lake Cu-Ag Occurrence, Nonacho Basin, NWT

Presenter: Anna Terekhova

At the Salkeld Lake (Nonacho Basin, NWT) showing, stockwork- and shear-style Cu-Ag±Mo-Pb-Zn mineralization cross-cuts quartz-rich granitic gneiss, quartzite and alkali feldspar granite.

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