1 edition of Surficial geology, Trail River-Eagle River, Yukon, Northwest Territories found in the catalog.
Surficial geology, Trail River-Eagle River, Yukon, Northwest Territories
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A Yukon-wide compilation of map footprints and associated citation data for published and unpublished surficial geology maps that were incorporated into the Yukon digital surficial geology compilation (Release 1). The maps were originally produced by the GSC, YGS, Yukon Government and various universities at various scales ranging fromtoThe Yukon Geological Survey creates and maintains a collection of interactive maps and data discovery tools.
Geology. Energy Mines and Resources. Bedrock. Drill. Glacier. Mineral. Mining. Terranes. Landform. Geophysics. Surficial. Surficial Geology of Northern Yukon Territory and Northwestern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper,11 pp.
Hughes, O.L. Late Wisconsinan Laurentide Glacial Limits of Northwestern Canada: Cited by: Surficial geology Bell River. Rock River; Eagle River; Old Crow River; Bluefish River; Rapid River; Kandik River; Pacific Ocean watershed.
Alsek River. Kaskawulsh River; Jarvis River; Dezadeash River. Aishihik River or Canyon Creek; Tatshenshini River.
Klukshu River; Blanchard River (Yukon) Alphabetical list. Surficial geology of northern Yukon Territory and northwestern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geolo- gical Survey of Canada, Paper Hughes, O.L. ().Cited by: Yukon Geological Survey. Yukon Geological Survey publications.
Includes material formally published by the Yukon Geological Survey (geoscience maps, open files, bulletins, etc.). Other publications. Publications managed, but not published by Yukon Geological Survey or Energy, Mines and Resources including reports, maps, and property files.
Display Trail River-Eagle River a map Bedrock source maps / Cartes-sources pour la géologie en place; Geological Survey of Canada; Géologie Québec, Ministère des Ressources naturelles et Faune Québec; in, Atlas géoscientifique numérique, ceinture de Cape Smith et environs, péninsule d'Ungava, Québec-Nunavut / Digital geoscience atlas of the Cape Smith Belt and adjacent domains, Ungava Peninsula, Quebec.
The Yukon River is a major watercourse of northwestern North America. The source of the river is located in British Columbia, Canada. The next portion lies in, and gives its name to Yukon. The lower half of the river lies in the U.S. state of Alaska. The river is 3, kilometres (1, mi) long and empties into the Bering Sea at the Yukon.
Located in the Northwest Territories of Canada, the Horton River flows for river miles from Horton Lake to Franklin Bay on the Arctic Ocean. Horton Lake is not the source of the river, but it is the most common starting point for paddlers.
The Horton is not a technically demanding river to paddle. geological mapping and associated studies of an area in northern BC and adjacent Yukon and Northwest Territories, which displays a unique geological and tectonic transition from narrow southern Cordillera to broad northern Cordillera.
8) John Armstrong (INAC) is studying mineralogy and geochemistry of alkaline rocks in the. The Carmacks map area has been partly or extensively glaciated a minimum of four times during the past ca. million years. The two oldest, named pre-Reid glaciations occurred prior to the last.
New releases from the Earth Sciences Sector, Natural Resources Canada. A GEOSCAN service. Comments. @canada. A Geological Survey surficial geology map at a scale of(Rutter, N. W., and Boydell, A. N., in press) provided data on location and areal extent of unconsolidated deposits containing good granular material.
This map will be indexed as GSC Open File and When published it may be. surficial Bayrock, L.A. and Hughes, G.M. (): Surficial geology of the Edmonton district, Alberta; Research Council of Alberta, RCA/AGS Earth Sciences Report43 p.
Hot Topics. Funding to support the collaboration of Yukon Geological Survey, Government of Yukon, and Yukon College to characterize permafrost in the Whitehorse Region by linking areas of known permafrost with areas of similar surficial geology and aspect.
Yukon College for Yukon Research Centre: Jean Marie River First Nation. This ,scale surficial geology map of the Sand River area depicts the unit name, genesis, general morphology and relief, and thickness of the area.
General comments may also be given regarding construction suitability of a unit or its general geotechnical properties. An inset map shows the bedrock geology underlying the study area.
Yukon Geological Survey, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. 1, likes 8 talking about this 1 was here. Latest updates about Yukon Geological Survey programs, services and other news. Yukon River. Route of the Gold Rush Original Gwich'in name: Yukon meaning 'great river' Current official name: Yukon, from the Gwich'in original Source: Coastal Range mountains of northern British Columbia Mouth: Bering Sea at St.
Michael, Alaska Direction of flow: northwest Length: 3, kilometres Main Characteristic: aboriginal resource and Gold Rush route. Eagle River Road leads miles east to Eagle River Nature Center, a great destination with indoor natural history displays, outdoor nature trails and year-round nature programs.
(Photo by Serine Reeves) Population: 24, Eagle River is located on the Glenn Highway, 13 miles from downtown Anchorage. Lower Mainland Surficial Geology Capilano Sediments Raised marine, deltaic and fluvial deposits; beach sands, marine and non‐marine silts, and river sands, with gravel; typically 3 to 30 m thick but can be as thick as 60 m.
Vancouver Surrey Delta Richmond North Vancouver Chilliwack Abbotsford Coquitlam Langley Mission. An updated assessment of ground ice and permafrost geology-related observations based on seismic shothole drillers' log records, Northwest Territories and northern Yukon Download Author.
Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve is one of the rare locations in North America where so much of geologic history is preserved (Precambrian era to the Cenozoic). The Yukon River meanders through the preserve for a distance of approximately river .This study attempts to map the geomorphology and surficial geology of the Chilliwack River valley, and consequently establish a chronology of geomorphic events.
So little detail is known about the geomorphology of the British Columbian Cascade and Coast .