2 edition of Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec found in the catalog.
Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec
|Statement||by Eugene Poitevin and R. P. D. Graham.|
|Series||Canada. Geological Survey. Museum bulletin no. 27, Geological series, no. 35, Museum bulletin (Victoria Memorial Museum (Canada)) -- no. 27.|
|Contributions||Graham, Richard Percival Devereux, 1880-|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .C13 no.27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 103 p.|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||18000194|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Poitevin, Eugene. Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec. Ottawa: Gov't Printing Bureau, Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec [microform] by Poitevin, Eugène ; Graham, R.
(Richard Percival Devereux), b. ; Geological Survey of CanadaPages: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Poitevin, Eugène. Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec. Ottawa: Govt.
Print. Bureau, Geological Survey of Canada: Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Govt.
Print. Bureau, ), also by Eugène Poitevin and R. Graham (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Title: Contributions to the Mineralogy of Black Lake Area, Quebec: Authors: Poitevin, Eugene; Graham, R. D.: Publication: The Journal of Geology, vol.
29, issue 1. Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec [electronic resource] / By Eugène. Poitevin, b. (Richard Percival Devereux) Graham and Geological Survey of Canada. Abstract. al issued in series: Museum bulletin no. Geological series / Geological Survey of Canada ; no.
Erratum inserted at p. Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec / By Eugene. Poitevin and Richard Percival Devereux Graham. Abstract. Erratum slip head of title: Canada. Department of MinesCover es bibliographical of access: Internet.
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Mineralogy and origin of stichtite in chromite-bearing serpentinites. in Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology (1) Megantic Mine, Black Lake area, Quebec, Harvard Museum specimen. Suolunite, Mine Lac D'Amiante (Lake Asbestos Mine), Quebec Suolunite is a relatively rare hydrated calcium silicate that occurred many years ago at Mine Lac D'Amiante (aka Black Lake Mine) in Quebec.
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POITEVIN, E. & GRAHAM, R.P.D. () Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec. Geological Survey of Canada, Museum Bulletin No, p. Data: Mineral Data: Black Lake, Thetford Mines, Les Appalaches RCM.
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Canada Department of Mines, Geological Survey, Museum Bulletin No. 27, p. Black Lake, Thetford Mines, Les Appalaches RCM, Chaudière.Thetford Mines (Canada Census populat) is a city in south-central Quebec, is the seat of Les Appalaches Regional County Municipality.
Thetford Mines was founded in after the discovery of large asbestos deposits in the area, and the city became a hub for one of the world's largest asbestos-producing regions. In the city expanded to its current boundaries Country: Canada.POITEVIN, E. & GRAHAM, R.P.D. () Contributions to the mineralogy of Black Lake area, Quebec.
Geological Survey of Canada, Museum Bulletin No, p. Mineral and/or Locality.