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Tweedale F., Hanley J., Kontak D., Rogers N.. Methodology for solute characterization of fluid inclusions by petrographic and SEM/EDS complementary analysis. In: Rogers N., editor. TGI 4 - Intrusion Related Mineralisation Project: new vectors to buried porphyry-style mineralisation. Vol Open File 7843. Geological Survey of Canada; 2015. 5. p. 569-570p.
Tweedale F., Hanley J., Kontak D., Rogers N.. Petrographic observations and evaporate mound analysis of quartz-hosted fluid inclusions: applications to assess metal fertility in granites. In: Rogers N., editor. TGI 4 - Intrusion Related Mineralisation Project: new vectors to buried porphyry-style mineralisation. Vol Open File 7843. Geological Survey of Canada; 2015. 3. p. 369-381p.
Tweedale F., Hanley J., Kontak D., Rogers N.. Petrographic observations and evaporate mound analysis of quartz-hosted fluid inclusions hosted by granitoid samples from the South Mountain Batholith, Nova Scotia: an exploration tool for vectoring towards mineralised areas in intrusive rocks. In: Rogers N., editor. TGI 4 - Intrusion Related Mineralisation Project: new vectors to buried porphyry-style mineralisation. Vol Open File 7843. Geological Survey of Canada; 2015. 7. p. 79-99p.
Turner E., Bekker A.. Thick sulfate evaporite accumulations marking a mid-Neoproterozoic oxygenation event (Ten Stone Formation, Northwest Territories, Canada). Geological Society of America BulletinGeological Society of America Bulletin. 2015.
Turner E., Long D.. Formal definition of the Neoproterozoic Mackenzie Mountains Supergroup (Northwest Territories), and formal stratigraphic nomenclature for its carbonate and evaporite formations. Vol Open File 7112.; 2012.
Turner E.. Gossans of the Cornwallis District, central high Arctic islands, Canada. In: Williamson M.-C., editor. Environmental and Economic Significance of Gossans. Vol Open File 7718. Geological Survey of Canada; 2015. 5. p. 54-57p.
Turner E., Broughton D., Brooks T.. Neoproterozoic carbonate lithofacies and ore distribution at the Kipushi Cu-Zn deposit, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Gayna River Zn camp, Northwest Territories, Canada. Economic GeologyEconomic Geology. 2018;113:779-788.
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Turner E.. Structural and Stratigraphic Controls on Carbonate-Hosted Base Metal Mineralization in the Mesoproterozoic Borden Basin (Nanisivik District), Nunavut. Economic GeologyEconomic Geology. 2011;106:1197-1223.
Turner E.. A lithostratigraphic transect through the Cambro-Ordovician Franklin Mountain Formation in NTS 96D (Carcajou Canyon) and 96E (Norman Wells), Northwest Territories. Vol Open File 6994.; 2011.
Turner E.. Stratigraphy of the Mackenzie Mountains supergroup in the Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: MacFarlane K.E., Weston L.H., Relf C., editors. Yukon Exploration and Geology 2010. Yukon Geological Survey; 2011. 2. p. 207-231p.
Turner E., Long D., Rainbird R., Petrus J., Rayner N.. Late Mesoproterozoic rifting in Arctic Canada during Rodinia assembly: impactogens, trans-continental far-field stress and zinc mineralisation. Terra Nova. 2016;28:188-194.
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Turner E., Roots C., MacNaughton R., Long D., Fischer B., Gordey S., et al. Chapter 3: Stratigraphy. In: Martel E., Turner E.C., Fischer B., editors. Geology of the central Mackenzie Mountains of the northern Canadian Cordillera, Sekwi Mountain (105P), Mount Eduni (106A) and northwestern Wrigley Lake (95M) map-areas, Northwest Territories. Vol NWT Special Volume 1. NWT Geoscience Office; 2011. 3. p. 31-192p.
Turner E.. Mesoproterozoic carbonate systems in the Borden Basin, Nunavut. Can J Earth Sci. 2009;46:915-938.
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Turner E.. Lithostratigraphy and stable isotope values of the early Neoproterozoic Gypsum formation (Little Dal Group, Mackenzie Mountains Supergroup) NWT. Vol NWT Open Report 2009-002.; 2009.
Turner D., Kamber B., Kontak D., Long D., Hnatyshin D., Creaser R., et al. Economic potential of the Mesoproterozoic Borden Basin zinc district, northern Baffin Island, Nunavut: update 2011–2012. In: Summary of Activities 2012. Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office; 2013. 1. p. 1-12p.
Turner EC, Long DG. Basin architecture and syndepositional fault activity during deposition of the Neoproterozoic Mackenzie Mountains supergroup, Northwest Territories, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth SciencesCanadian Journal of Earth Sciences. 2008;45:1159-1184.
Turner E., Kamber B., Kontak D., Long D., Hnatyshin D., Creaser R., et al. Economic potential of the Mesoproterozoic Borden Basin zinc district, northern Baffin Island, Nunavut: update. In: Summary of Activities 2012. Canada-Nunavut Geoscience Office; 2013. 1. p. 1-12p.
Turner D., Armstrong D.. Project Unit 10-028. Upper Ordovician Stratigraphy of Northern Ontario: Differential Subsidence and Deposition in Two Late Ordovician Basins Contemporaneous with Hirnantian Glaciation and the Taconic Orogeny. In: Easton R.M., Bajc A.F., Hamilton M., Préfontaine S., Duguet M., O Burnham MARCUS et al., editors. Summary of Field Work and Other Activities 2015. Vol Open File Report 6313. Ontario Geological Survey; 2015. 3. p. 32-1p. to p. 32-22p.
Turner E., Kamber B.. Arctic Bay Formation, Borden Basin, Nunavut (Canada): Basin evolution, black shale, and dissolved metal systematics in the Mesoproterozoic ocean. Precambrian Res. 2012;208:1-18.
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Turner E.. Base-metal Enrichment in Stage-5 (mid-Cambrian) Black Shale of the Hess River Formation, Misty Creek Embayment, Selwyn Basin. In: Paradis S., editor. Targeted Geoscience Initiative 4: sediment-hosted Zn-Pb deposits: processes and implications for exploration. Vol Open File 7838. Geological Survey of Canada; 2015. 7. p. 75-95p. .
Tóth Z., Lafrance B., Dube B., Mercier-Langevin P., McNicoll V.. Targeted Geoscience Initiative 4. Lode Gold Deposits in Ancient Deformed and Metamorphosed Terranes: Geological Mapping and Structural Re-Appraisal of the Banded Iron Formation–Hosted Gold Mineralization in the Geraldton Area, Ontario. In: Beakhouse G.P, Easton R.M., Bajc A.F., Metsaranta R.T., O Burnham MARCUS, Préfontaine S. et al., editors. Summary of Field Work and Other Activities 2013. Vol Open File Report 6290. Ontario Geological Survey; 2013. 5. p. 58-1p. to p. 58-14p. .
Tóth Z, Lafrance B., Dube B., McNicoll V., Mercier-Langevin P., Creaser R.. Banded iron formation-hosted gold mineralization in the Geraldton area, northwestern Ontario: Structural setting, mineralogical characteristics and geochronology. In: Dube B., Mercier-Langevin P., Castonguay S., McNicoll V.J, Bleeker W., Lawley C.JM et al., editors. Precambrian lode gold deposits - a summary of TGI-4 contributions to the understanding of lode gold deposits, with an emphasis on implications for exploration. Vol Open File 7852. Geological Survey of Canada; 2015. 8. p. 85-97p.
Tóth Z, Lafrance B., Dube B., Mercier-Langevin P., McNicoll V.. Structural setting, mineralogical characteristics and geochemical footprints of banded-iron-formation-hosted gold mineralization in the Geraldton area, Ontario. Vol Open File 7667.; 2015.
Tóth Z., Lafrance B., Dube B., Mercier-Langevin P., McNicoll V.. Geological setting of banded iron formation-hosted gold mineralization in the Geraldton area, Northern Ontario: preliminary results. Vol Open File 7370.; 2013.
Tóth Z., Lafrance B., Dube B., Mercier-Langevin P., McNicoll V.. Targeted Geoscience Initiative 4. Lode gold deposits in ancient deformed and metamorphosed terranes: Relative chronology between hydrothermal activity, gold mineralization and deformation events in the Geraldton area, northwestern Ontario. In: Bajc A.F., Beakhouse G.P, Easton R.M., Hamilton M., Préfontaine S., Brunton F.R. et al., editors. Summary of Field Work and Other Activities 2014. Vol Open File Report 6300. Ontaro Geological Survey; 2014. 4. p. 40-1p. to p. 40-10p.