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Sibley Group : a lithostratigraphic, geochemical, and paleomagnetic study
The Sibley Group is an unmetamorphosed Mesoproterozoic red bed sequence, commonly flat lying, that formed in an intracratonic basin between 1450 Ma and 1500 Ma. It covers an area o f 15,000 km^, and reaches a total ...
Sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy of the paleoproterozoic Rove and Virginia formations, southwest Superior Province
The Paleoproterozoic Rove and Virginia Formations are lithostratigraphically and chronostratigraphically correlative units which comprise the upper sedimentary strata in the Animikie basin. They sharply overlie an intensely ...
Diamondiferous mass-flow and traction current deposits in a Neoarchean Fan Delta, Wawa area, Superior Province
Diamond bearing Neoarchean metaconglomerates are present in the Michipicoten greenstone belt, Wawa-Abitibi subprovince near Wawa, Ontario. They form a portion of the Dore Metasedimentary rocks in the Arliss Lake subbasin, ...
Sedimentology and geochemistry of the 2.93 Ga Basinal Facies of the Red Lake carbonate platform
The Mesoarchean Red Lake carbonate platform is the oldest (~2.93 Ga) known carbonate platform on Earth. It is comprised of a variety of chemical sedimentary rocks including: limestone, dolostone, chert, oxide iron formation, ...