Massive Sulphide Deposits tn Newfoundland

CIM Bulletin, 1960

THE Island of Newfoundland lies on the extreme eastern edge of the continent of North America and at the extreme northeastern end of the Appalachian geological province. Its belonging to the Appalachian province is shown in the geological history of the region and in the rock types and structures.
Mots Clés: chalcopyrite, Claas Sphal-galenapyrite-cbaleo, Newfoundland, Ordovician, sphalerite, Deposits, Massive sulphide, Massive sulphides, Newfoundland, Ore, Ores, pyrite