Surficial geology, Kikerk Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

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ContributionsWard, B.C., Kerr, D.E.
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Surficial geology, Kikerk Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories (86P). Geological Survey of Canada, Open File Some or all of the raw data associated with this publication have been loaded into the "Canadian Database of Geochemical Surveys" and subsequently converted into easy-to-use MS Excel spreadsheets.

Surficial geology, Kikerk Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Surficial geology (86P). Geological Survey of Canada, Open File (more). The glacial geomorphology of the south-west Lake District has been mapped over 98 km usingaerial photography, Google Earth images and a high resolution digital elevation model (NEXTMap).

The area is subdivided into two map sheets (eastern and western) and includes Upper Eskdale, the Langdales, the valleys surrounding Wastwater and the Cited by: Surficial deposits, landforms, glacial history and reconnaissance drift sampling in the Trout Lake map area, Northwest Territories Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we.

The Great Slave Lowland of the Taiga Shield is an 11, km 2 low-elevation granitic bedrock plain along the north shore of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories. It is characterized by a mosaic of coniferous and deciduous forest cover, wetlands, sparsely vegetated bedrock outcrops, and peatlands.

The region was glaciated until ab years ago and then inundated by Glacial Lake McConnell and by ancestral Great Slave Lake, which gradually declined towards the present lake Cited by: 4.

The surfi cial geology of the Frances Lake map area (H) was mapped by Dyke (), the Wolf Lake map area (B) by Klassen (), and the Watson Lake map area (A) by.

Surficial geology, Coppermine (east half), District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, Map A, Scale Google Scholar.

HUGHES, O. (): Surficial geology of northern Yukon Territory and northwestern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper11 p. Google Scholar.

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Cherry Terrain Sciences Division Geological Survey of Canada Booth St. Ottawa, ON K1A OE8 Octo Dear Dr. Cherry, Enclosed is a copy of the report entitled “Granular Resources of the Slave Province” that I prepared as part of my University of Waterloo Co-op term at DIAND’s Land Management Division this past summer.

The geology of the Northwest Territories has been mapped in different quadrangles by the Canadian government. The region has some of the oldest rocks in the world and among the oldest in North America, formed from several sections of stable craton continental crust, including the Slave Craton, Rae Craton and Hearne Craton.

These rocks form the Archean Northwest Territories book Proterozoic Precambrian basement. Lake map-area falls entirely in the Great Slave Plain physiographic region (see location map, Figure 1). 4 Bedrock geology was mapped by the Geological Survey on Operation Mackcnzte in (Douglas and Norris, ).

A reconnaissance surficid geology investigation. Prepared for the GSA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, this well-illustrated volume offers guides to the lavas of the Columbia River basalts, megaflood landscapes of the Channeled Scablands, Mesozoic accreted terranes, metamorphic Precambrian Belt and pre-Belt rocks, and other features of this tectonically active region.

Bednarski, J.M. Surficial geology, Fisherman Lake, Northwest Territories – Yukon Territory – British Columbia.

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Geological Survey of Canada, Open FileMap NTS 95B05, scale 1:. Surficial Geology, Point Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Map A, scale Google Scholar Dredge LA, Kerr DE, Wolfe SA. Duk-Rodkin A, Hughes OL () Surficial geology, Carcajou Canyon, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories.

Geol Surv Can, Map A, scaleGoogle Scholar Duk-Rodkin A, Lemmens DS () Glacial history of the Mackenzie region. Surficial geology of the Contwoyto Lake map area (north half), District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories; Kerr, D E; Wolfe, S A; Dredge, L A; in, Canadian Shield / Bouclier Canadien; Geological Survey of Canada.

River complex (including the McKenzie area) was uplifted and eroded by surface processes to expose what we see today. SURFICIAL GEOLOGY Surficial geology represents all the non-bedrock geological features or surface processes examined at the McKenzie Conservation Area.

Surficial geology includes soils, weathering patterns, glacial features, and. During the lifetime of glacial Lake Mackenzie (at le– 14 C yr bp) large flood discharges of freshwater escaping northwards from glacial Lake Agassiz into Lake Mackenzie are postulated to have had major oceanographic effects on thermohaline circulation of the Arctic Ocean.

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Surficial Geology, Big Lake Quadrangle Base from U.S. Geological Survey Big Lakequadrangle, Universal Transverse Mercator grid, zone 15 North American Datum The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Geological Survey of Canada, PaperGeological Notes on Northeastern district of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories Paperback – January 1, by J.

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Geological Survey of Canada. Ontaratue River, J, Travaillant Lake, O, and Canot Lake, P map-areas, District of Mackenzie, N Geological notes on northeastern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories / by J.A. Fraser; Surficial geology of Tuktoyaktuk, district of Mackenzie / V.N.

Rampton, M. Bouchard. Surficial materials and ground ice information from seismic shotholes in the Mackenzie–Beaufort region, Yukon and Northwest Territories: digital compilation. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1 CD-ROM; The Geology of the Hayeswater and Martindale Areas of the North-Eastern Lake District: Scale Sheets Ny41sw, Ny41nw and Parts of Ny41se and Ny42sw (Onshore geology series - technical report) by Derek Woodhall | 1 Jan SURFICIAL GEOLOGY OF THE STILLWATER 30 x 60 MINUTE QUADRANGLE, MINNESOTA fluvial, or eolian sand within the Glacial Lake Anoka basin and within areas bounded by scarps.

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