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D. H. Rousell, Unresolved problems and the evolution of Sudbury geology, in 52nd annual meeting, Institute on Lake Superior Geology; Part 1, Proceedings and abstracts, vol. 52, Part 1, A. C. Wilson, Ed. Institute on Lake Superior Geology, [location varies], United States, 2006, pp. 57-58.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2006-087927
D. H. Rousell and Gibson, H. L., The roles of endogenesis and meteorite impact in the evolution of the Sudbury Structure, in Geological Association of Canada - Mineralogical Association of Canada Joint Annual Meeting Abstracts, vol. 29, Geological Association of Canada, Waterloo, ON, Canada, 2004, p. 360.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2011-067396
D. H. Rousell and Kehinde-Phillips, O. O., Experimental investigation of the oxidation and agglomeration of large underground muck-piles of sulphide ore, in Tezisy; 27-y mezhdunarodnyy geologicheskiy kongress, vol. 27, N. A. Bogdanov, Ed. [International Geological Congress], [location varies], International, 1984, p. 141.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.1985-055883Lockerby Minemuck piles
D. H. Rousell and Long, D. G. F., Do outliers of the Huronian Supergroup mark the downfaulted rim of the Sudbury Crater?, in Conference on Large meteorite impacts and planetary evolution; abstracts, vol. 922, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, United States, 1997, p. 49.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2001-020235
D. H. Rousell, Meyer, W., and Prevec, S. A., Bedrock geology and mineral deposits, in The physical environment of the city of Greater Sudbury, vol. 5, D. H. Rousell and Jansons, K. J., Eds. Ontario Geological Survey, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2002, pp. 21-55.
GeoRef, Copyright 2018, American Geological Institute.2004-050599Elliot Lake GroupHough Lake GroupNipissing GabbroOnwatin FormationQuirke Lake GroupVermillion Formation