BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FRANK W. BEALES

his students and associates

Frank Beales [71 kb]

Frank Beales at home in the field, on the slopes of Nevado de Toluca volcano, Mexico, in 1987. Photo: GCW collection.

By
Graham C. Wilson

The Beales Bibliography,
a work in progress, first released 2001;
revised 21 October 2002; and posted
here on 08 December 2004.

Further material has come to light, as some of Frank's files
were re-evaluated during the final phase of the AGID CANADA Book & Journal Project
in late 2008 and early 2009: the results (references, perhaps a few photographs) will be posted here shortly,
adding to the 102 items cited below.

Preface

This web-based version of the bibliography (http://www.turnstone.ca/fwbbib.htm) is provided as a research tool for anyone interested in learning more of Frank Beales, his research, and the broad range of geological topics that held his interest.

Frank Beales (1919-2004) was a geologist who spent the majority of his academic career at the University of Toronto, after early years at McMaster University in Hamilton. Frank is known best for work on carbonate sediments of Neoproterozoic to Recent age (dolomitization, reef settings, bahamites, cherts, etc), for original contributions to the study of Mississippi Valley-type lead-zinc deposits, and for consideration of the migration of petroleum and ore fluids in sedimentary basins. All available Beales papers are included, and all known theses by students whom he supervised. Omitted are notes on field trips that he led, most notably to Florida and the Bahamas, and products of his consulting activities, concerning topics such as lead-zinc-silver mineralization in Mexico and industrial minerals in southern Ontario.

The bibliography is provided here in a citation-style format. It contains 70 items by Frank, 25 student theses and 7 other related items. The items are presented in three sections, each arranged in chronological order. A brief note on the origins of the bibliography appears at the end of this document: it should prove useful for biographical and archival purposes in particular. A knowledgeable appreciation of Frank in the context of Canadian sedimentology is available (Miall, 1998). He was certainly one of the first practitioners of the discipline in Canada (Middleton, 2004), eventually working in many parts of the country, from British Columbia and Alberta to southern Ontario and the Canadian Arctic.

References

MIALL,AD (1998) Canada's distinguished record of sedimentary geology. Geoscience Canada 25, 97-114.

MIDDLETON,GV (2004) History of sedimentology in Canadian universities: personal reflections. GAC/MAC Abs., St. Catharines, Ontario, 1pp.

Technical note: The citations are taken from the MINLIB database: search Code `Beales,F' in field A covers main topic (authors, n=70); cf. Beales in keyword fields K1 or K2 but NOT in A (n=32).


References, 1. 70 articles with FWB as sole author or co-author, 1950-1988:

BEALES,FW (1950) The late Palaeozoic formations of southwestern Alberta (preliminary account). GSC Paper 50-27, 70pp. manuscript.

BEALES,FW (1952) The Sedimentation and Diagenesis of Certain Late Palaeozoic Rocks of S.W. Alberta. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 179pp.

BEALES,FW (1953) Dolomitic mottling in Palliser (Devonian) limestone, Banff and Jasper national parks, Alberta. AAPG Bull. 37, 2281-2293.

BEALES,FW (1956a) Conditions of deposition of Palliser (Devonian) limestone of southwestern Alberta. AAPG Bull. 40, 848-870.

BEALES,FW (1956b) Clastic limestone calcarenites and precipitated calcarenites. BGSA 67, 1811.

BEALES,FW (1957) Bahamites and their significance in oil exploration. Alberta Soc.Petrol.Geol.Bull. 5, 227-231.

BEALES,FW (1958) Ancient sediments of Bahaman type. AAPG Bull. 42, 1845-1880.

BEALES,FW (1960) Limestone peels. J.Alberta Soc.Petrol.Geol. 8, 132-135.

BEALES,FW (1961a) Modern sediment studies and ancient carbonate environments. J.Alberta Soc.Petrol.Geol. 9, 319-330.

BEALES,FW (1961b) A geologist looks at Hamilton Mountain. Wood Duck 14 no.6, Hamilton Naturalists' Club, 95-99.

MOORHOUSE,WW and BEALES,FW (1962) Fossils from the Animikie, Port Arthur, Ontario. Trans.Roy.Soc.Canada 56, ser.III, 97-110.

BEALES,FW (1963) Baldness of bedding surface. AAPG Bull. 47, 681-686.

BEALES,FW and BROWN,PR (1963) Sawback Range Devonian section. Bull.Can.Petrol.Geol. 11, 238-266.

BEALES,FW (1965) Diagenesis in pelletted limestones. SEPM Spec.Publ. 13, 49-70.

BEALES,FW (1966) Field study of modern carbonate environments. Bull.Can.Petrol.Geol. 14, 180-188.

BEALES,FW and JACKSON,SA (1966) Precipitation of lead-zinc ores in carbonate reservoirs as illustrated by Pine Point ore field, Canada. TIMM B75, 278-285 [this paper was discussed in detail, the discussion appearing in TIMM B76, 130-136, 1967].

JACKSON,SA and BEALES,FW (1966) Concentration of Mississippi Valley-type ores during late stages of sediment diagenesis. Report, 82pp. plus 7 plates with 26pp. of captions.

JACKSON,SA and BEALES,FW (1967) An aspect of sedimentary basin evolution: the concentration of Mississippi Valley-type ores during late stages of diagenesis. Bull.Can.Petrol.Geol. 15, 383-433.

WOLF,KH, CHILINGAR,GV and BEALES,FW (1967) Elemental composition of carbonate skeletons, minerals, and sediments. In `Developments in Sedimentology, volume 9B, Carbonate Rocks, Physical and Chemical Aspects' (Chilingar,GV, Bissell,HJ and Fairbridge,RW editors), Elsevier, 413pp., 23-149.

BEALES,FW and JACKSON,SA (1968) Pine Point - a stratigraphical approach. CIM Bull. 61, 867-878.

BEALES,FW and OLDERSHAW,AE (1969) Evaporite-solution brecciation and Devonian carbonate reservoir porosity in western Canada. AAPG Bull. 53, 503-512.

BEALES,FW (1970) Walter Wilson Moorhouse, 1913-1969. GSA brochure, 4pp. [obituary].

BEALES,FW and ONASICK,EP (1970a) Stratigraphic habitat of Mississippi valley type orebodies. TIMM B76, 132-136, 175-177.

BEALES,FW and ONASICK,EP (1970b) Stratigraphic habitat of Mississippi valley type orebodies. TIMM B79, 145-154 [see also discussion on this and related papers in TIMM B80, pp.50-70, 1971].

BEALES,FW (1971a) Cementation in ancient pelletted limestones. In `Carbonate Cements' (Bricker,OP editor), Johns Hopkins University Studies in Geology 19, 216-224.

BEALES,FW (1971b) Cementation by white sparry dolomite. In `Carbonate Cements' (Bricker,OP editor), Johns Hopkins University Studies in Geology 19, 330-338.

BEALES,FW and ONASICK,EP (1971) Discussion of stratigraphic habitat of Mississippi valley type orebodies. TIMM B80, 292-293.

LOZEJ,GP, DENCE,MR and BEALES,FW (1971) Crateri meteoritici terrestri: revisione e discussione con esempi di crateri dello scudo Canadese. Geologia Tecnica 5, 157-181, Milan (in Italian).

BEALES,FW and KEITH,JW (1972) Limestone genesis and diagenesis. In `Stratigraphy and Sedimentology', IGC 24 part 6, 121-123, Montreal.

BEALES,FW and LOZEJ,GP (1973) Tidalites in the unmetamorphosed sedimentary fill of the Brent meteorite crater, Ontario. In `Tidal Deposits' (Ginsburg,RN and de Vries Klein,G editors), Comparative Sedimentology Laboratory, University of Miami, 49-54.

GILES,DA, ALVAREZ,A and BEALES,FW (1973) Cobre singenetico en la formacion Las Vigas del Cretacico Inferior del estado de Chihuahua, Mexico. Memoria de la X Convencion Nacional de la Asociacion de Ingenieros de Minas, Metalurgistas y Geologos de Mexico, 671pp., 319-326 (in Sp.).

BEALES,FW, CARRACEDO,JC and STRANGWAY,DW (1974) Paleomagnetism and the origin of Mississippi Valley-type ore deposits. CJES 11, 211-222.

BEALES,FW (1975) Precipitation mechanisms for Mississippi Valley-type ore deposits. Econ.Geol. 70, 943-948.

BEALES,FW and LOZEJ,GP (1975a) Sudbury Basin sediments and the meteoritic impact theory of origin for the Sudbury structure. CJES 12, 629-635.

BEALES,FW and LOZEJ,GP (1975b) Limestone host-rock paleoecological setting and controls of ore at three N. Mexican silver-lead mines. IX International Sedimentological Congress, Theme 9, Nice, preprint, 8pp.

BEALES,FW and LOZEJ,GP (1975c) Ordovician tidalites in the unmetamorphosed sedimentary fill of the Brent meteorite crater, Ontario. In `Tidal Deposits: a Casebook of Recent Examples and Fossil Counterparts' (Ginsburg,RN editor), Springer-Verlag, New York, 315-323.

LOZEJ,GP and BEALES,FW (1975) The unmetamorphosed sedimentary fill of the Brent meteorite crater, southeastern Ontario. CJES 12, 606-628.

BEALES,FW (1976a) Precipitation mechanisms for Mississippi Valley-type ore deposits - a reply. Econ.Geol. 71, 1062-1064.

BEALES,FW (1976b) Does brine plus oil equal sparry dolomite plus ore? CSPG Reservoir 3 no.6, 1-2.

BEALES,FW and LOZEJ,GP (1976) Additional note on the origin of the Sudbury structure. CJES 13, 179-181.

BEALES,FW, JOWETT,CE, PEARCE,GW and WU,Y (1976) Application of paleo-magnetism to the study of Mississippi valley-type ore deposits. EOS 57 no.12, 903.

BEALES,FW and HARDY,JL (1977) The problem of recognition of occult evaporites with special reference to southeast Missouri. Econ.Geol. 72, 487-490.

BEALES,FW, CORON,CR, HARDY,JL and MANNS,FT (1977) Coarse white sparry dolomite and calcite cements - indicators of former sustained porosity-permeability trends in Mississippi Valley type ore-host dolostones. AAPG Bull. 61, 765.

LOZEJ,GP and BEALES,FW (1977) Stratigraphy and structure of La Encantada mine area, Coahuila, Mexico. BGSA 88, 1793-1807.

BEALES,FW and HARDY,JL (1979) Criteria for recognition of diverse dolostone types with special reference to ore and petroleum problems. AAPG Bull. 63, 416.

BEALES,FW and HARDY,JW (1980) Criteria for the recognition of diverse dolomite types with an emphasis on studies of host rocks for Mississippi Valley-type ore deposits. SEPM Spec.Publ. 28, 197-213.

BEALES,FW, JACKSON,KC, JOWETT,EC, PEARCE,GW and WU,Y (1980) Paleomagnetism applied to the study of timing in stratigraphy with special reference to ore and petroleum problems. In `The Continental Crust and its Mineral Deposits' (Strangway,DW editor), GAC Spec.Pap. 20, 804pp., 789-804.

CLAESSON,KC and BEALES,FW (1980) Palaeomagnetism of a sulfide ore. EOS 61 no.17, 223.

JACKSON,KC and BEALES,FW (1981) The limits of paleomagnetic investigation techniques when applied to pyritic sphalerite ore from Nanisivik Mines and Hawker Creek, northern Baffin Island, N.W.T. Manuscript, University of Toronto, 44pp.

WU,Y and BEALES,FW (1981) A reconnaissance study by paleomagnetic methods of the age of mineralization along the Viburnum Trend, southeast Missouri. Econ.Geol. 76, 1879-1894.

BEALES,FW (1982a) Multi-facetted research is needed to probe multi-variate controls on Mississippi Valley-type ore genesis. Abs. Internatl.Conf. on Mississippi Valley Type Lead-Zinc Deposits, 10.

BEALES,FW (1982b) Genesis of Mississippi valley-type lead and zinc ore deposits and consequent exploration thinking. AAPG Bull. 66, 548.

BEALES,FW and JACKSON,KC (1982) Multiple genetic and diagenetic models help the unravelling of Mississippi Valley-type ore genesis. Abs. 11th IAS International Congress on Sedimentology, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, 17.

CRAWFORD,ML and BEALES,FW (1982) The Shawangunk Mine trend: a possible sandstone-hosted Mississippi Valley-type ore deposit in southeastern New York. Abs. Internatl.Conf. on Mississippi Valley Type Lead-Zinc Deposits, 18.

HARDY,J and BEALES,FW (1982) Gayna River Mississippi Valley-type mineralization - a splendid exploration study of where the ore wasn't. Abs. Internatl.Conf. on Mississippi Valley Type Lead-Zinc Deposits, 28.

SIVENAS,P and BEALES,FW (1982a) Natural geobatteries associated with sulphide ore deposits. I. Theoretical studies. J.Geochem.Explor. 17, 123-143.

SIVENAS,P and BEALES,FW (1982b) Natural geobatteries associated with sulphide ore deposits. II. Field studies at the Viburnum Trend, southeast Missouri, U.S.A. J.Geochem.Explor. 17, 145-160.

CRAWFORD,ML and BEALES,FW (1983) The Shawangunk Mine: a possible sandstone-hosted Mississippi Valley-type ore deposit in New York. In Proc.Internatl.Conf. on Mississippi Valley Type Lead-Zinc Deposits (Kisvarsanyi,G, Grant,SK, Pratt,WP and Koenig,JW, editors), Univ. of Missouri-Rolla, 603pp., 436-445.

SIVENAS,P, FOULKES,FR and BEALES,FW (1983) Electrochemical studies of galena and marcasite natural electrodes. Manuscript, University of Toronto [originally intended for GCA?; not published in GCA, 1983-87].

ANDERSON,GM and BEALES,FW (1984) Geochemical and stratigraphical approaches to Mississippi Valley-type ore deposits. In `Ore Deposits Workshop', Department of Geology, University of Toronto, 189+6pp.

BEALES,FW, CAVEN,RJ and CHUNG,R (1984a) Report on development of University of Toronto shielded electrodes and experimental self-potential surveys (volume 1). University of Toronto Report, 1-160.

BEALES,FW, CAVEN,RJ and CHUNG,R (1984b) Report on development of University of Toronto shielded electrodes and experimental self-potential surveys (volume 2). University of Toronto Report, 161-363.

BEALES,FW, CAVEN,RJ and CHUNG,R (1984c) Report on development of University of Toronto shielded electrodes and experimental self-potential surveys (volume 3). University of Toronto Report, in form of 6 appendices, 41, 15, 8, 20, 16 and 79pp., total 179pp. [includes a lengthy manuscript prepared by P. Sivenas and F.W. Beales, intended for submission to the Bulletin of the AAPG in 1985, entitled `Electrochemical potentials applicable to the search for hydrocarbon reservoirs'].

BENDING,DA, BEALES,FW and SPOONER,ETC (1984) Mineral paragenesis, fluid evolution, timing and geochemistry of Zn-Pb mineralization in the Yellowhead and Pend Oreille mines, Metaline district, Washington. Manuscript, University of Toronto.

SIVENAS,P and BEALES,FW (1984) Electrochemical aspects of hydrocarbon reservoirs and surface seeps. AAPG Bull. 68, 528 [Perhaps known in draft as `Electrochemical potentials applicable to the search for hydrocarbon reservoirs', New Orleans meeting].

BEALES,FW, LEE,J and LUDVIGSEN,R (1986) An alternative interpretation of the middle Cambrian paleoenvironment of the Burgess Shale, Yoho National Park, B.C., Canada. Abs. SEPM Midyear Meeting, Vol. III, p.7, Rayleigh, NC.

BEALES,FW, PETTINGILL,S and LEE,J (1986) Evaporitic-diagenetic origin of dolomite? Abs. SEPM Midyear Meeting, Vol. III, p.7, Rayleigh, NC.

BEALES,FW (1987) The `mixing hypothesis' for Mississippi valley-type Pb/Zn sulphide deposits and its implications for petroleum exploration. Abs. SEPM Midyear Meeting, Vol. IV, 6.

MARQUEZ,CX, MARAVEN,SA and BEALES,FW (1987) Spatial and possible genetic relationships between hydrocarbons and sulphide mineralization in carbonate reservoir rocks. Abs. SEPM Midyear Meeting, Vol. IV, 52.

CHOWDHURY,AN, BEALES,FW and MIALL,AD (1988) Diagenetic modifications of the Drake Point- King Christian sandstone reservoirs (lower Jurassic), western Sverdrup basin, Arctic Canada. Manuscript, University of Toronto, 43pp. plus 11 figures.


References, 2. Theses Supervised by FWB, 1952-1987 (25):

BSc Theses (4)

TASSONYI,EJ (1952) Criteria for Determining Reef Rocks. BSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 97+16pp.

IRBE,JE (1959) The Ordovician Section at Marmoraton Mines. BSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 62pp.

GLEUSTEEN,HJ (1960) Appraisal of the Amabel Dolomite for Crushed Stone Production. BSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 29pp.

ONASICK,EP (1970) The Existence and Stability of Natural Remanent Magnetism in Mississippi Valley Type Sulphides and Host Rocks. BSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 29pp. plus appendices.

MSc/MA Theses (14)

OLLERENSHAW,NC (1958) The Simcoe Diamond Drill Core Section of the Palaeozoic Rocks of South-Western Ontario. MA Thesis, University of Toronto, 177pp. plus map folder.

MacQUEEN,RW (1960) Sedimentation and Diagenesis of the Lower Fairholme Group in Jasper Park, Alberta. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 129+35pp.

MacKENZIE,WS (1961) The Geology of the Mt. Stornoway-Redan Mountain Carbonate Complex, Jasper Park, Alberta. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 105+40pp. plus map.

BONHAM-CARTER,GF (1963) A Study of the Microscopic Components of the Swan Hills Devonian Reef. MA Thesis, University of Toronto, 78pp. plus 3 maps and 9 plates.

HARPER,JD (1964) The Sedimentary Ecology of the Kirkfield Quarry, Kirkfield, Ontario. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 122pp. plus 10 plates and 1 separate sheet (1964).

JACKSON,SA (1966) A Study of Mississippi Valley Type Lead-Zinc Mineralization with Special Reference to Sediment Diagenesis. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 93+13pp. (1966).

WATSON,RI (1972) An Experimental Investigation of Quartz Sand Grain Microtopographies. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 62pp. plus 29 plates.

ARENGI,JT (1977) Sedimentary Evolution of the Sudbury Basin, Ontario. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 141pp. (1977).

JOWETT,EC (1977) Acquisition and Retention of Magnetization in Modern Lime Muds, Ancient Limestones and Dolostones and Carbonate-Hosted Sulphides. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 189pp. (1977).

HARDY,JL (1979) Stratigraphy, Brecciation, and Mineralization: Gayna River, Northwest Territories. MSc Thesis, Department of Geology, University of Toronto, 467pp. (1979).

CRAWFORD,MJ (1981) Geology and Lead-Zinc Mineralization of the Sandstone-hosted Shawangunk Mine, New York, as Compared to Other Lead-Zinc Sandstone Deposits. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 193pp. (1981).

BENDING,DAG (1983) A Reconnaissance Study of the Stratigraphic and Structural Setting, Timing, and Geochemistry of Mineralization in the Metaline District, Northeastern Washington, U.S.A. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 324pp. (1983).

MARQUEZ C,XM (1984) Spatial and Genetic Relationships Between Oil and Sulphide Mineralization in Carbonate Reservoir Rocks. MSc Thesis, Department of Geology, University of Toronto, 277pp.

ZHU,C (1987) Studies on Insoluble Residues of the Bonneterre Carbonate Rocks at the Buick Mine, Viburnum Trend, S.E. Missouri and Implications for Geochemistry of Lead-Zinc Mineralization. MSc Thesis, University of Toronto, 166pp. [supervised by Greg Anderson and Frank Beales].

PhD Theses (7)

MOUNTJOY,EW (1960) Structure and Stratigraphy of the Miette and Adjacent Areas, Eastern Jasper National Park, Alberta. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 249pp. plus 23 plates plus map folder.

OLLERENSHAW,NC (1963) Stratigraphic Problems of the Western Shickshock Mountains in the Gasp‚ Peninsula. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 389pp. plus map folder.

BONHAM-CARTER,GF (1966) The Geology of the Pennsylvanian Sequence of the Blue Mountains, Northern Ellesmere Island. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 116pp. plus 12 plates.

GIBSON,DW (1966) Triassic Stratigraphy and Petrology between the Athabasca and Smoky rivers of Alberta. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 103pp. plus 6 plates.

CORON,CR (1981) Facies Relations and Ore Genesis of the Newfoundland Zinc Mines Deposit, Daniel's Harbour, Western Newfoundland. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 2 volumes (1981).

SIVENAS,P (1981) Aspects of Electrochemistry Applied to the Study of Mississippi Valley Type Ore Deposits. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 180pp.

MANNS,FT (1982) Stratigraphic Aspects of the Silurian-Devonian Sequence Hosting Zinc and Lead Mineralization near Robb Lake, Northeastern British Columbia. PhD Thesis, University of Toronto, 252pp. (1982).


References, 3. Additional material relevant to a FWB biography (7 items):

BONHAM-CARTER,GF (1965) A numerical method of classification using qualitative and semi-quantitative data, as applied to the facies analysis of limestones. Bull.Can.Petrol.Geol. 13, 482-502. [additional article from graduate student].

LONGWELL,CR, FLINT,RF and SANDERS,JE (1969) Physical Geology. Wiley, New York, 685pp. [book critique by K.H. Wolf and F.W. Beales in Earth-Science Reviews 5 no.1, A36-37, 1969].

SEPM (1986) Society records and activities. J.Sed.Petrol. 56, 581-597 [award, portrait].

GEOLOGY DEPARTMENT (1998) 150 years of geology at the University of Toronto. Department of Geology, University of Toronto, 40pp. [note on MVT research].

MIALL,AD (1998) Canada's distinguished record of sedimentary geology. Geoscience Canada 25, 97-114 [note on sedimentological research].

WILSON,GC (2001) Bibliography of Frank W. Beales. Biographical compilation, 24pp. [original form of this report - and 30pp. update, 21 October 2002 - original data held in digital formats].

MIDDLETON,GV (2004) History of sedimentology in Canadian universities: personal reflections. GAC/MAC Abs., St. Catharines, Ontario, 1pp.


Notes for biographer and archivist

This bibliography is undoubtedly incomplete, especially with regard to graduate students, both formally supervised and informally aided. The BSc thesis roster in this list is but a token; there must be many more. Much of this material was assembled while sorting out a sizable fraction of Frank Beales' library in the past few years, as part of the collection of materials for overseas shipment as part of the AGID Canada Book and Journal Donation Project which is hosted on this site.

This material has been interesting to compile, and suggests three principal stages in Frank's professional evolution, namely; (1) sedimentology and energy resources, (2) sedimentology with regard to metallic ores, such as MVT deposits, and (3) excursions into geochemical and geophysical techniques applicable to his beloved carbonate sequences. His wide-ranging interests extended to additional topics, such as terrestrial impact structures.


Graham Wilson, posted 08 December 2004, last updated 16 December 2004
note added 07 February 2009

See also a dedicated note on the "pyrite from the Nanisivik deposit".

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