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The best known oil shale deposit in North America is in the
Green River Formation.
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The word 'anthracite' means 'soft coal'.
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The distribution of kimberlite pipes in North America
forms a random pattern.
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A resource is any geologic material that has yet to be
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_____________ is the initial stage in the development of
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A placer deposit is usually formed by the action of water.
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Gossans are associated with supergene deposits found on
the deep ocean floor.
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Aluminum mines extract ores from underground shafts.
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The oil window is open at depths shallower than 2300 m.
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Humans are extracting non-renewable resources faster
than which they are being formed.
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The major coal-producing region of Canada is in Nova
Scotia and New Brunswick.
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The major coal-producing region of the US is in the
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Please match the following images with the trap type
that is shown in each.
C.Fault, stratigraphic trap
D.None of the answers are
F.Anticline, structural trap
G.Reef, stratigraphic trap
I. Fault, structural trap
N.Reef, structural trap
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The Western Canada Sedimentary Basin is Canada's
largest producer of oil and gas.
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The most abundant ore of lead is galena.
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Coal bed methane extraction requires the removal of
huge quanitities of freshwater.
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The ore-forming process of ____________ occurs as early-
forming minerals settle to the bottom of a cooling
mica and quartz
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What is Alberta's provincial gemstone?
(NO extra spaces or punctuation, just the one word
answer please, e.g. diamond)