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Kanada

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Kanada ist weltweit der 2.größte Erzeuger von Uran mit 8.999t im Jahr 2012.

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Badlands mit Hoodoo Potential
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Badlands mit Hoodoo Potential
Drumheller, Southern Alberta, Alberta, CA
Copyright: harzer; Contribution: harzer
Collection: harzer
Location: Kanada/Alberta/Southern Alberta, Region/Drumheller
Image: 1645266461
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Badlands mit Hoodoo Potential

Drumheller, Southern Alberta, Alberta, CA

Collection: harzer
Copyright: harzer
Contribution: harzer 2022-02-19
Atlas Coal Mine Museum
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Atlas Coal Mine Museum
Drumheller, Southern Alberta, Alberta, CA
Copyright: harzer; Contribution: harzer
Collection: harzer
Location: Kanada/Alberta/Southern Alberta, Region/Drumheller
Image: 1645266274
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Atlas Coal Mine Museum

Drumheller, Southern Alberta, Alberta, CA

Collection: harzer
Copyright: harzer
Contribution: harzer 2022-02-19
Husky Mine
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Husky Mine
Husky Mine, Elsa, Galena Hill, Mayo, Yukon-Territorium, Kanada
Copyright: mmauthner; Contribution: Stefan
Location: Kanada/Yukon-Territorium/Mayo Mining District/Galena Hill/Elsa/Husky Mine
Image: 1373872300
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Husky Mine

Husky Mine, Elsa, Galena Hill, Mayo, Yukon-Territorium, Kanada

Copyright: mmauthner
Contribution: Stefan 2013-07-15

You find additional specimen at the Geolitho Museum

Detailed Description

Hauptstadt:

Ottawa

Fläche:

9.984.670 km²

Einwohnerzahl:

33.441.277 (2009)

Bevölkerungsdichte:

3,3 Einwohner pro km²

Nachbarländer:

USA, (Grönland (Dänemark))


Kanada hat 10 Provinzen und 3 Territorien, wobei jeder dieser Einheiten noch weiter unterteilt wird.

British Columbia und Yukon-Territorium sind in Mining Distrikte unterteilt.

Mineral images (2029 Images total)

Kryolith
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Kryolith
Kryolithoktaeder mit Würfelflächen aus dem Francon Quarry, Montreal, Quebec, Kanada. Bildhöhe etwa 3,6 mm. Ex.coll. Adolph Vogg.
Copyright: Klaus Schäfer; Contribution: Klaus Schäfer
Collection: Klaus Schäfer, Collection number: FQ-Kryo-1-1-3
Location: Kanada/Québec/Montréal, Region/Montréal/St. Michel District/Francon Quarry
Mineral: Cryolite
Image: 1708594291
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Kryolith (SNr: FQ-Kryo-1-1-3)

Kryolithoktaeder mit Würfelflächen aus dem Francon Quarry, Montreal, Quebec, Kanada. Bildhöhe etwa 3,6 mm. Ex.coll. Adolph Vogg.

Collection: Klaus Schäfer
Copyright: Klaus Schäfer
Contribution: Klaus Schäfer 2024-02-22
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Anatas
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Anatas
BB 1 mm; mit Aegirin; Kanada/Québec/Montérégie, Region/La Vallée-du-Richelieu RCM/Mont Saint-Hilaire
Copyright: Hannes Osterhammer; Contribution: anatase2
Collection: anatase2
Location: Kanada/Québec/Montérégie, Region/La Vallée-du-Richelieu RCM/Mont Saint-Hilaire
Mineral: Anatase
Image: 1594227039
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Anatas

BB 1 mm; mit Aegirin; Kanada/Québec/Montérégie, Region/La Vallée-du-Richelieu RCM/Mont Saint-Hilaire

Collection: anatase2
Copyright: Hannes Osterhammer
Contribution: anatase2 2020-07-08
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Grossular
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Grossular
Grossularkristalle, Fundort: Kanada / Québec / Estrie, Region / Les Sources, RCM / Asbestos / Jeffrey Mine, Größe: 4,5 x 4,5 cm.
Copyright: Gabriel Cepok; Contribution: Gabriel Cepok
Collection: Gabriel Cepok
Location: Kanada/Québec/Estrie, Region/Les Sources, RCM/Val-des-Sources (Asbestos)/Jeffrey Mine
Mineral: Grossular
Image: 1523987408
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Grossular

Grossularkristalle, Fundort: Kanada / Québec / Estrie, Region / Les Sources, RCM / Asbestos / Jeffrey Mine, Größe: 4,5 x 4,5 cm.

Collection: Gabriel Cepok
Copyright: Gabriel Cepok
Contribution: Gabriel Cepok 2018-04-17
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Minerals (Count: 1758)

Minerals (1758)

Rock images (18 Images total)

Beryl
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Beryl
Beryl (goshenite); 5.2 cm across. Cirque 4 talus, Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group, Logan Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Mark Mauthner photo.
Copyright: ©2018 Mark Mauthner; Contribution: mmauthner
Location: Kanada/Nordwest-Territorien (Northwest Territories)/Mackenzie District/Mackenzie Mountains/Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group
Mineral: Beryl
Rock: pegmatite
Image: 1593189672
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Beryl  W
Analysed with wavelength-dispersive X-ray WDS

Beryl (goshenite); 5.2 cm across. Cirque 4 talus, Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group, Logan Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Mark Mauthner photo.

Copyright: ©2018 Mark Mauthner
Contribution: mmauthner 2020-06-26
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Tafelig, blaß purpurrot Fluorapatit
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Tafelig, blaß purpurrot Fluorapatit
Fluorapatite; 0.8 cm across. Cirque 5 talus, Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group, Logan Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Private collection; Mark Mauthner photo.
Copyright: ©2018 Mark Mauthner; Contribution: mmauthner
Location: Kanada/Nordwest-Territorien (Northwest Territories)/Mackenzie District/Mackenzie Mountains/Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group
Mineral: Fluorapatite
Rock: pegmatite
Image: 1618583690
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Tafelig, blaß purpurrot Fluorapatit  X
Analysed with X-ray diffraction XRD
W
Analysed with wavelength-dispersive X-ray WDS

Fluorapatite; 0.8 cm across. Cirque 5 talus, Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group, Logan Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Private collection; Mark Mauthner photo.

Copyright: ©2018 Mark Mauthner
Contribution: mmauthner 2021-04-16
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Amblygonite-Montebrasite im Pegmatit
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Amblygonite-Montebrasite im Pegmatit
Amblygonite-Montebrasite; specimen 2.5 cm tall (xl 0.8 cm long). Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group, Logan Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Private collection (MM#1237; LNPG#000); Mark Mauthner photo.
Copyright: ©2018 Mark Mauthner; Contribution: mmauthner
Location: Kanada/Nordwest-Territorien (Northwest Territories)/Mackenzie District/Mackenzie Mountains/Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group
Mineral: Amblygonite-Group
Rock: pegmatite
Image: 1593190189
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Amblygonite-Montebrasite im Pegmatit

Amblygonite-Montebrasite; specimen 2.5 cm tall (xl 0.8 cm long). Little Nahanni Pegmatite Group, Logan Mountains, Northwest Territories, Canada. Private collection (MM#1237; LNPG#000); Mark Mauthne...

Copyright: ©2018 Mark Mauthner
Contribution: mmauthner 2020-06-26
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Rocks (Count: 174)

Rocks (174)

Fossil images (40 Images total)

Mumifizierte Stämme von Metasequoia
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Mumifizierte Stämme von Metasequoia
Mummified stump of a Metasequoia (dawn redwood) tree on Geodetic Hills of Axel Heiberg Island
Copyright: Wikipedia User: Ansgar Walk; Contribution: Stefan
Location: Kanada/Nunavut-Territorium/Qikiqtaaluk, Region/Königin-Elisabeth-Inseln/Axel Heiberg Island/Geodetic Hills
Fossil: Metasequoia
Image: 1392570634
License: Creative Commons - Attribution Share Alike (CC-BY-SA) V.3.0
Mumifizierte Stämme von Metasequoia

Mummified stump of a Metasequoia (dawn redwood) tree on Geodetic Hills of Axel Heiberg Island

Copyright: Wikipedia User: Ansgar Walk
Contribution: Stefan 2014-02-16
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Euoplocephalus tutus
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Euoplocephalus tutus
Aus Abgüssen unterschiedlicher Originalfunde (FO: Alberta, Kanada) montiertes Skelett im Senckenberg Museum Frankfurt.
Copyright: Wilfried Berns; Contribution: oliverOliver
Collection: Senckenberg-Museum
Location: Kanada/Alberta
Fossil: Euoplocephalus tutus
Image: 1423602286
License: Creative Commons - Attribution Share Alike (CC-BY-SA) V.3.0
Euoplocephalus tutus  D

Aus Abgüssen unterschiedlicher Originalfunde (FO: Alberta, Kanada) montiertes Skelett im Senckenberg Museum Frankfurt.

Collection: Senckenberg-Museum
Copyright: Wilfried Berns
Contribution: oliverOliver 2015-02-10
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Hexanchus microdon
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Hexanchus microdon
Hexanchus microdon; Lateralzahn, ca. 1,2 cm; Kreide, Campan/Maastricht; Lampert Frm., Hornby Island, Kanada
Copyright: AZRAEL; Contribution: bardenoki
Location: Kanada/British Columbia/Nanaimo Mining Division/Hornby Island
Fossil: Hexanchus microdon
Image: 1167170328
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Hexanchus microdon

Hexanchus microdon; Lateralzahn, ca. 1,2 cm; Kreide, Campan/Maastricht; Lampert Frm., Hornby Island, Kanada

Copyright: AZRAEL
Contribution: bardenoki 2006-12-26
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Fossils (Count: 143)

Stratigraphic units (Count: 4)

Subsidiary Pages

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Lincoln, F.C. (1911): Types of Canadian Gold Deposits. Econ. Geol. 6, 247.
  • Kohl, E. (1953). Über das Vorkommen der sekundären Uranmineralien vom Katanga-Typus. Aufschluss, Jg.4, Nr.10/11, S.147-49.
  • Ingelson, A. (1984). Mineral Occurrences in W Canada. Min.Rec., Vol.15, H.2, S.89-94.
  • Lapis Red. (1985). Lapis Aktuell: Diamantsuche in Kanada. Lapis, Jg.10, Nr.6, S.4.
  • Melanson, F. (1995). Fluoritfundstellen in Kanada. Lapis, Jg.20, Nr.11, S.33.
  • Färber, G. (1996). Polaris: Bergbau in der kanadischen Arktis. Lapis, Jg.21, Nr.11, S.34.
  • Ercit, T.S. & Gault, R.A. (2002). 28th Rochester Min. Symp. (April 19-22,2001) - Contr. Papers in Specimen Miner. P.1 - News on Canadian Amphibole Occurrences. Rocks & Min., Vol.77, H.3, S.170.
  • Horvat, L. und C.J. Stanley. (2003). Mineral Species Discovered in Canada and Species Named after Canadians. Can. Miner. Spec. Publ. 6, 372 S.
  • Boyd, W.F. (2006). Canadian Diamonds - Obscurity to Center Stage. Rocks & Min., Vol.81, H.4, S.278-83.
  • Cook, R.B. (2006). Welcome to the Gems & Minerals of Canada. Rocks & Min., Vol.81, H.1, S.12-13.
  • Joyce, D.K. (2006). Gold in the Canadian Shield. Rocks & Min., Vol.81, H.2, S.100-13.
  • Mauthner, M. (2006). Gypsum Crystals in Canada. Rocks & Min., Vol.81, H.1, S.62-66.
  • Mauthner, M. & Melanson, F. (2006). Fluorite Occurrences in Canada. Rocks & Min., Vol.81, H.2, S.114-20.
  • Wilson, B.S. (2010). Colored Gemstones from Canada. Rocks & Min., Vol.85, H.1, S.24-42.
  • HORVÁTH, L. (2014). Catalogue of mineral species occurring in Canada. Contr. Can. Min., Web publ., Min. Ass. Can. 88 S.
  • Andrea Curtolo, Davide Novella, Alla Logvinova, Nikolay V. Sobolev, Rondi M. Davies, Maxwell C. Day, Martha G. Pamato, Fabrizio Nestola: Petrology and geochemistry of Canadian diamonds: An up-to-date review. Earth-Science Reviews Volume 246 (2023) Article Number 104588. Open Access https://doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2023.104588
  • Melanie C. Kelman; Alexander M. Wilson: Assessing the relative threats from Canadian volcanoes. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Vol.61, Nr. 3 (2024) S. 408-430. Open Access doi: 10.1139/cjes-2023-0074

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GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) TM4MioGZUE2nClSS-AjB9A
GUID (Global unique identifier) 8A0CCE4C-9981-4D50-A70A-5492F808C1F4
Database ID 757