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Geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota.

Geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota.

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Published in Saint Paul : University of Minnesota, 1978 .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesReport of investigations - Minnesota Geological Survey ; 20 A-B
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 83/7409 (Q)
The Physical Object
Pagination33 p. in various pagings : ill. ; 22 cm.
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4446360M
LC Control Number79108306

Deer River has a site on the National Register of Historic Places, the Itasca Lumber Company Superintendent's House, built in by the leading lumber company in the area. [7] Late in World War II, a logging camp manned by prisoners of war was located at the site of an old CCC camp near Deer County: Itasca.   Cottage, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps ) - $ avg/night - Deer River - Amenities include: Internet, TV, Washer & Dryer, Parking, No Smoking, Heater Bedrooms: 1 Sleeps: 4 Minimum stay from 5 night(s) Bookable directly online - Book vacation rental with Vrbo/5(9).


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Geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota is a series of gravity differentiated mafic sills intruded into tuffaceous metasedimentary rocks and pillowed metabasalts of Early Precambrian (Archean) age.

Fragments or whole sections of three sills are represented in outcrop, each. Geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

MINNESOTA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Harvey Thorleifson, Director BEDROCK GEOLOGY OF THE DEER LAKE COMPLEX AND VICINITY, ITASCA COUNTY, MINNESOTA By Mark J. Severson Mark A.

Jirsa Natural Resources Research Institute Minnesota Geological Survey 1 1/2 0 1 MILE 0 1 KILOMETER SCALE INTRODUCTION. Berkley, J.L. and Himmelberg, G.R. Cumulus mineralogy and petrology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, MinnesotaRipley, E.M.

Sulfide minerals in the layered sills of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota. Series Title: Minnesota Geological. Berkley, J.L., Himmelberg, G.R.

and Ripley, E.M.,Geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota, Minnesota: Minnesota Geological Survey Report of Cited by: 2.

ScaleSeverson, M.J.; Jirsa, M.A. M Bedrock geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, by: 1. RI Geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota. Sulfide Minerals in the Layered Sills of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota Publisher: Minnesota Geological Survey.

Year: OAI identifier: oai: M Bedrock geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, MinnesotaAuthor: M.J. Severson and M.A. Jirsa. Berkley, J.L., and Himmelberg, G.R.,Cumulus mineralogy and petrology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota, IN Berkley, J.L., and others, Geology.

Deer Lake (Itasca County, Minnesota) Jump to navigation Jump to search. Deer Lake is located in Itasca County, Minnesota about 12 miles (19 km) north of Grand Rapids and about 8 miles (13 km) northeast of Deer River.

The lake covers 4, acres (17 km 2) and is Location: Itasca County, Minnesota. Reston VA USA [email protected] AM - PM Preferred contact method is electronic mail. U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey, National Geologic Map Database Project physical address Sunrise Valley Drive Mail Stop A.

Cabin Life in Itasca County * ** * ** * ** * * About Deer Lake. Deer Lake is located in Itasca County about 12 miles north of Grand Rapids and about 8 miles NE of Deer River. The lake covers about 4, acres and is roughly 5 miles long and miles wide. General Information.

Title: Bedrock geology of the Deer Lake complex and vicinity, Itasca County, Minnesota. Author(s): Jirsa, M.A., and Severson, M.J. Publishing Organization: Minnesota Geological Survey Series and Number: Miscellaneous Map Series Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: None North Latitude: 47° 50' 0" N ().

Crime and courtroom drama, in Deer Lake, Minnesota: Night Sins (Deer Lake, #1), Guilty as Sin (Deer Lake, #2), and Night Sins / Guilty as SinAuthor: Tami Hoag. The ore petrology and structural geology of the Deer Lake mafic-ultramafic complex, Effie, Itasca County, Minnesota: Unpub.

M.S. thesis, Univ. of Minnesota, Duluth: pp () Google Scholar Ripley, E.M.: Sulfides in the layered sills of the Deer Lake Complex Minnesota: Minnesota Geol. Survey Report of Investigations No.

20B, 32 pp ( Cited by: 4. USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) National Geologic Map Database. General Information. Title: Cumulus mineralogy and petrology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota Author(s): Berkley, J.L., and Himmelberg, G.R. Publishing Organization: Minnesota Geological Survey Series and Number: Report of Investigations no.

A [A1-A18] Larger Work: Berkley, J.L., and others, Geology of the Deer. Geologic units in Itasca county, Minnesota. Foliated to gneissic tonalite, granodiorite, and diorite and anorthosite.

Includes the Mentor and Deer Lake complexes, intrusions of the Newton Lake Formation, all within the Wawa subprovince; and the UBD intrusion (~2, to 2, Ma) in the Wabigoon subprovince. Deer is located in Itasca County, Minnesota. This lake is 1, acres in size.

It is approximately 50 feet deep at its deepest point. When fishing, anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill, Brown Bullhead, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Rock Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Bullhead, Yellow Perch, Pumpkinseed.

The Deer Lake Complex, located in north-central Minnesota, consists of a series of layered peridotite-pyroxenite-gabbro sills. Sulfide minerals occur as fine disseminations throughout pyroxenite and gabbro units, and occur more sporadically in peridotite and basal chilled margin units.

Sulfide volume percentage rarely exceeds A distinct zonation in sulfide mineralogy and sulfur isotopic Cited by: 4. geology of the State. These references are identified and located on the Quaternary Geologic Map Index of Minnesota (Plate 1).

This project was funded in part by the National Aero­ nautic and Space Agency through grants to the Space Science Center, University of Minnesota, NASA Grant No. NGL/Walton and to the Minnesota State. Located northwest of Grand Rapids in south-central Itasca County, this Deer Lake is not to be confused with a smaller Deer Lake located in northern Itasca County.

Part of Minnesota's Northeast tourism region, Itasca County is home to over an astounding 1, lakes and acres of forest that lend themselves to a variety of outdoor activities. DNR Report Aggregate Resources and Surficial Geology of Meeker County, Minnesota; Sand and Gravel Potential & Geomorphology; 2 plates.

Industrial Minerals: Geologic Mapping: Aggregate & Surficial Geology: DNR: Maps & Data: MGS M Bedrock Geology of the Deer Lake Complex, Itasca County, Minnesota: Metallic Minerals: Geologic Mapping.

The lake of changing colors: a history of Deer Lake, Itasca County, Minnesota Paperback – January 1, by Cyrus DeCoster (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Cyrus DeCoster.

Plat books are $35 per copy. To obtain a plat book in person, please visit the Administrative Services Department, located in Room of the Itasca County Courthouse.

Cash or Check only payments accepted. To obtain a plat book via mail, please send in a check for $ ($35 for the plat book and $ for shipping & handling) to. The purpose is to make the new "raw analytical" minerals data for DNR mineral projects publicly available promptly, so that the DNR does not hold unpublished data while the project continues, often for a year or more, and the report is written.

New government minerals data may provide clues to the location of valuable undiscovered mineral. THE GEOLOGY OF THE DEER LAKE GABBRO—PERIDOTITE COMPLEX ITASCA COUNTY, MINNESOTA John L, Berkley University of Missouri, Columbia ABSTRACT The Deer Lake Gabbro—Peridotite Complex is located in northern Itasca County, Minnesota, three miles southwest of Big Deer Lake.

It is intruded into a terrane composed of quartzofeldspathic. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.

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Bruce Wehling was thinking about the meaning of life at Deer Lake (Itasca County, Minnesota). January 7 at PM Beartooth Livesound -"The universe is a magnificent monumental brain conjuring feelings, and thoughts within and without us/5(11).

Sulfide minerals in amounts up to 3 vol% are found in basal, chilled marginal zones of two layered peridotite-pyroxenite-gabbro sills in the Early Precambrian Deer Lake Complex, northcentral Minnesota.

The sulfides occur interstitially to silicate minerals, and consist of pyrrhotite with minor exsolved cobaltian pentlandite, chalcopyrite, gersdorffite, and marcasite±pyrite as an alteration Cited by: 8.

Unorganized territory in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States Deer Lake is an unorganized territory in Itasca County, Minnesota, United States. The population was 3, at the census.

It is the setting for novels by author Tami Hoag. Ripley EM () The ore petrology and structural geology of the Deer Lake mafic-ultramafic complex, Effie, Itasca County, Minnesota.

Unpubl MS thesis, Univ of Minnesota Duluth, pp Schulz KJ () The petrology and geochemistry of Archean volcanics, western Vermilion District, northeastern by: 5. The Mineral Diversification Program was created by the Minnesota Legislature in"To provide for the diversification of the State's mineral economy through long term support of mineral exploration, development, production, and commercialization" (Minn.

State. sec. The projects conducted under the Mineral Diversification Program are managed and coordinated through the Minerals. In Geochemistry of Hydrothermal Ore Deposits (ed.

Barnes), pp. Wiley. RIPLEY E. () The ore petrology and structural geo- logy of the Deer Lake mafic-ultramanc complex, Eme, Itasca County, Minnesota. Unpublished thesis.

Univ. of Minnesota. RIPLEY E. () Sulfides in the layered sills of the Deer Lake Complex Cited by: m 21 / o’leary lake quadrangle, itasca county, $ 10 m 22 / dewey lake quadrangle, st. louis county, $ 10 m 23 / dark lake quadrangle, st.

louis county, $ 10 m 24 / bedrock geology of minnesota,scale,$ 10 m 28 / eagle mountain quadrangle, cook county, $ 10 m 36 / pigeon point quadrangle, cook county, $ MINNESOTA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, MISC. MAP SERIES. Collection of 37 maps covering various regions of Minnesota, most focused on bedrock, with some gravity maps.

They are: M-2 Green J.C. et al. GABBRO LAKE QUADRANGLE, LAKE COUNTY MINNESOTA; M-3 Ikola R.J. SIMPLE BOUGUER GRAVITY MAP OF MINNESOTA, HIBBING SHEET; M-4 Ikola R.J. SIMPLE. Deer Lake is in the Lakes category for Itasca County in the state of Minnesota. Deer Lake is displayed on the Deer Lake West USGS quad topo map.

Anyone who is interested in visiting Deer Lake can print the free topographic map and street map using the link above. Geology and mineralogy of the Cuyuna Range.

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Caves in Minnesota "At a Glance" PDF. Deer is located in Itasca County, Minnesota. This lake is 1 acres in size. It is approximately 50 feet deep at its deepest point.

When fishing, anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass and Walleye.

Alvwood Township is a township in Itasca County, Minnesota, United population was 42 at the census. Geography. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of square miles (92 km 2), of which square miles (91 km 2) is land and square miles ( km 2), or %, is water.

Demographics. As of the census ofthere were 74 people County: Itasca. Goodland Township is a township in Itasca County, Minnesota, United population was at the census.

Geography. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of square miles ( km 2), of which square miles ( km 2) is land and square miles ( km 2), or %, is water.

Demographics. As of the census ofthere were County: Itasca. Geology 6 Geology, Stratigraphic 3 Metallurgy 3 Ore Deposits 3 + More; Call Number. Q - Science 19 T - Technology. 14 L - Education 4 Format. Book 42 Thesis 6 Publication Year.

45 2 to 1 Language. English 32 Russian 11 French.Oteneagen Township is a township in Itasca County, Minnesota, United population was at the census.

The name is derived from the Ontonagon River in Michigan. Geography. According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of square miles ( km²), of which square miles ( km²) is land and square miles ( km²), or %, is : Itasca.There are lakes found in Itasca County, Minnesota.