3 edition of Quaternary geology of central Melville Island, Northwest Territories found in the catalog.
Quaternary geology of central Melville Island, Northwest Territories
D. A. Hodgson
|Statement||D.A. Hodgson, J.-S. Vincent, J.G. Fyles.|
|Series||Paper ;, 83-16, Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 83-16.|
|Contributions||Vincent, J. S., Fyles, J. G. 1923-|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A42 no. 83-16, QE696 .A42 no. 83-16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||85127586|
Lake water was collected in 15 L polyvinyl chloride (PVC) bags with minimal atmospheric interaction from a m deep lake near Shellabear Point, Melville Island, Northwest Territories, Canada. Sample bags were aerated through a closed water loop for 60 min to allow sufficient radon to equilibrate in a coupled air by: Read "Field observations of recent transgression on northern and eastern Melville Island, western Canadian Arctic Archipelago, Geomorphology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
In , the Geological Survey of NSW released high-resolution digital mapping data of the coastal Quaternary deposits of New South Wales as part of the Comprehensive Coastal Assessment. Since then a series of 17 hard copy map products was produced from the digital data for the entire coast. Melville Island is shared by the Northwest Territories, which is responsible for the western half of the island, and Nunavut, which is responsible for the eastern half. The mountains on Melville Island, some of the largest in the western Canadian Arctic, reach heights of one kilometre.
Melville Island is a member of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, Canada with an area of 42, km 2 (16, sq mi). No one lives on Melville Island. It is the 33rd biggest island in the world and Canada's 8th biggest island. Melville Island is shared by the Northwest Territories, which has the western half of the island, and Nunavut, which has the eastern half. Study areas have ranged from the Yukon coast and Mackenzie Delta area to the central and eastern Arctic, Hudson Bay, Lake Winnipeg, eastern Québec, the Atlantic Provinces, and Ireland. In the mid s, I was seconded to the South Pacific Applied Geoscience Commission, conducting applied research on coastal management issues in Fiji, Kiribati.
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Get this from a library. Quaternary geology of central Melville Island, Northwest Territories. [D A Hodgson; J S Vincent; J G Fyles]. Quaternary Geology of the Inman River Area, Northwest Territories Paperback – by D.
St-Onge (Author)Author: D. St-Onge. Quaternary geology of western Melville Island, Northwest Territories. [D A Hodgson; Geological Survey of Canada.] -- Study of the Quaternary geology, glacial features and physiography of the westernmost section of Melville Island in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.
QUATERNARY GEOLOGY OF CENTRAL MEL VILLE ISLAND, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Abstract Moderately to completely weathered Devonian elastic Quaternary geology of central Melville Island cover much of central Melville Island, including Dundas Peninsula.
The principal Quaternary deposits are till and ice contact gravels, which occur in central and southeastern Dundas Peninsula. The maps cover the paleogeography of North America 8, years ago (3 sheets:years ago andyears ago), the Quaternary geology mapping in Canada and the late Wisconsinan and Quaternary geology of central Melville Island Retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet.
This is Geology of Canada series no. 1; it is also Geology of North America volume K The three major sections of this volume include six chapters describing the regional Quaternary geology of Canada, two describing the Quaternary geology and climatic history of Greenland, and six that review applied Quaternary geology in Canada, including chapters on paleobotanical analysis, geodynamics, geomorphic processes, terrain geochemistry, Quaternary resources, and the influence of the.
Quaternary geology of central Melville Island, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada Paper, The Late Wisconsin Glaciation and deglaciation of the Laurentide Ice Sheet. Quaternary Geology in Part of the McLeod Lake Map-Area (NTS J), Central British Columbia.
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Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, This Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Location of Lake BC01 (unofficial name) on Melville Island, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Insets show the location of Lake BC01 and the coring site in the lake. The locations of other sites discussed in the text are also by: Comment on “Multi-proxy record of postglacial environmental change, south-central Melville Island, Northwest Territories, Canada” by Peros et al.,Quaternary Resea – Melville Island is an uninhabited island of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago with an area of 42, km2.
It is the 33rd largest island in the world and Canada's eighth largest island. Mountains on Melville Island, some of the largest in the western Canadian Arctic, reach heights of metres.
There are two subnational pene-exclaves that lie west of the th meridian and form part of the Northwest Territories Archipelago: Queen Elizabeth Islands. Bednarski JB. Surficial geology and sea level history of Bathurst Island, Northwest Territories, emphasizing the last glacial maximum.
Canadian Journal of Cited by: Riley, G C. - Petrology of the Gneisses of Cumberland Sound, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories; - Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 61; 68 pp., 1 fig., 10 photoplts.
h.t., 1 fold. map in pocket. Quaternary geology and geomorphology of Assiniboine and Qu'appelle Valleys of The geology of Melville Island, Arctic Canada. The Quaternary period is subdivided into the Pleistocene (Ice Age) and the Holocene (present warm interval) epochs, with the Pleistocene spanning most of the Quaternary and the Holocene covering the past 10 years.
Lewis T, Lafrenière MJ, Lamoureux SF. Hydrochemical and sedimentary responses of paired High Arctic watersheds to unusual climate and permafrost disturbance, Cape Bounty, Melville Island, Canada.
Hydrolog. Process 26 (13): Crossref, Google by: 8. Infrared stimulated luminescence ages are presented from the North Westland region, West Coast, South Island, New Zealand. These ages span much of the last interglacial-glacial cycle from ± ka to ± ka.
Coverage is extended to c. 14 ka via cosmogenic isotope by: 3. dus pearyi) bulls on north-central and northeastern Melville Island, Northwest Territories, Canada.
Four transect lines were flown parallel to the Four transect lines were flown parallel to the coastal shorelines of Hecla and Griper Bay and adjacent Sabine Bay.
A sediment core from Lake BC01 (75°′N, °′W, m asl) on south-central Melville Island, NWT, Canada, provides the first continuous postglacial environmental record for the region.
Fossil pollen results indicate that the postglacial landscape was dominated by Poaceae and Salix, typical of a High Arctic plant community, whereas the Arctic herb Oxyria underwent a gradual Cited by: A ‐year record of water table depth, vegetation and fire inferred from a raised peat bog, Prince Edward Island, Canadian Maritimes.
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