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A 3-D compilation of data sets from the Rae craton, central Canada

Author: D B Snyder; Geological Survey of Canada; Canada.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Natural Resources Canada, 2015.
Series: Open file (Geological Survey of Canada), 7758.; Government of Canada Publications, M183-2/7758E-PDF.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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This Open File release includes files containing a 3-dimensional model that encompasses a volume of the Earth down to 300 km in central Nunavut. The region covered is between the northern communities of Baker Lake, Kugaruk, Repulse Bay and Rankin Inlet. Several geophysical data sets and derivative 3-D models have been assembled: these include gravity gradients, P-wave speeds, surface wave speeds, conductivity, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: D B Snyder; Geological Survey of Canada; Canada.
OCLC Number: 961857910
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Description: 1 online resource
Series Title: Open file (Geological Survey of Canada), 7758.; Government of Canada Publications, M183-2/7758E-PDF.
Responsibility: Snyder, D.B.
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This Open File release includes files containing a 3-dimensional model that encompasses a volume of the Earth down to 300 km in central Nunavut. The region covered is between the northern communities of Baker Lake, Kugaruk, Repulse Bay and Rankin Inlet. Several geophysical data sets and derivative 3-D models have been assembled: these include gravity gradients, P-wave speeds, surface wave speeds, conductivity, and receiver functions. These are geo-registered with the GEM Tri-territorial geological map compilation. The 3-D models and their interpretation provide context and insights into the locations and sources of known diamond and gold deposits in this region as well as into the structure geometries associated with the tectonic construction of this part of the Canadian Shield.

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