2 edition of geology of the Forbes Lake Area, Saskatchewan found in the catalog.
geology of the Forbes Lake Area, Saskatchewan
W. J. Pearson
1967 by Dept. of Mineral Resources, Geological Sciences Branch, Precambrian Geology Division in Regina .
Written in English
|Statement||by W. J. Pearson and E. Froese.|
|Series||Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources. Report, no. 34, Report (Saskatchewan. Dept. of Mineral Resources) ;, no. 34.|
|Contributions||Froese, E., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE194 .A27 no. 34 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||68135420|
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Forbes Lake North 'Ihe northern shores and islands of Forbes Lake expose a variety of felsic rocks. Pale siliceous fine- to medium-grained, finely laminated and slightly flaggy guartzo feldspathic rock occurs on islands in the centre of the lake (sf).l Relict feldspar phenocrysts, partly sheared quartz eyes and.
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Saskatchewan Subsidiary Agreement on Mineral Development Laroque and Forbes Lake the rocks are variably sheared. This shearing. which can be traced in a zone along the southeastern side of Forbes Lake, coincides approximately with a northwester1y-directed change to more felsic volcaniclastic material.
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Stephen A. Forbes State Park is acres of oak hickory forest surrounding a acre lake. Fishing, Swimming, Boating, Camping, Picnicking, Hiking, and Hunting are all popular activities. Oak Ridge Campground is a great place for an overnight stay, There are shaded campsites with electricity, water and a shower building.
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Near the boat launch at Elbow marina on Lake Diefenbaker there's an unobtrusive cairn commemorating, of all things, a rock. Before the Qu'Appelle and South Saskatchewan rivers were dammed in the s to create the Diefenbaker reservoir for the nearby Coteau Creek hydroelectric plant, the rock was blown to smithereens with explosives.
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