Iron oxide and alkali alteration, skarn and epithermal mineralising systems of the Grenville Province, Canada – FT02 – SOLD OUT
|Leaders: Louise Corriveau (Geological Survey of Canada), Olivier Blein (Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et Minières), Anne-Laure Bonnet (École Polytechnique de Montréal)|
|Main contact: email@example.com|
|Description: This trip will visit iron oxide, skarn, alkali and epithermal alteration zones and associated IOCG and affiliated mineralisation within the Bondy gneiss complex of the southwestern Grenville Province (Québec). Field attributes of this metasomatic system metamorphosed to granulite facies markedly contrast with non metamorphosed analog, the most significant difference being the development of widespread garnetites at the expense of magnetite-rich alteration types. An emphasis will be placed on the genetic linkages amongst the varied alteration types and styles of mineralisation, and the field protocols for the identification and exploration of such metamorphosed hydrothermal systems. Additional stops will provide an overview of the Grenvillian and pre-Grenvillian tectono-magmatic evolution of the region and the rheological contrast across its different domains as recorded by styles of magma emplacement and extent of deformation of dyke swarms.|
|Dates: August 15th to August 18th, 2017|
|Starting Point: Québec City, Québec, Canada
* Early departure from Québec City on August 15th. Participants must travel to Québec City before.
|Ending Point: Québec City, Québec, Canada
* Late arrival in Québec City on August 18th
|Participants: 15 participants maximum|
|Cost: $ 1000.00 CAD
* Includes ground transportation for the entire trip from Québec to field trip sites (round trip), accommodation, meals, and field trip guidebook.
|* Participants must provide proof of insurance coverage valid in Canada prior to participation in the field trip.
** All participants must sign a liability waiver form that will be provided by SGA prior to participation in the field trip.