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Sedimentology of Hudson Bay, District of Keewatin, 34,44 and 54

Sedimentology of Hudson Bay, District of Keewatin, 34,44 and 54

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Published by Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology - Northwest Territories - Hudson Bay

  • Edition Notes

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    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p.
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22034742M

    Aspler, L. B. Sedimentology, structure and economic geology of the Early Proterozoic Hurwitz / Kiyuk Basin, District of Keewatin, p. In: D.G. Richardson and M. Irving (ed.) Project Summaries: Canada - Northwest Territories Mineral Development Subsidiary Agreement, . Abstract. We used Pb-dated sediment cores from wetlands and Blue Cypress Lake, in the Upper St. Johns River Basin (USJRB), Florida, USA, to measure historical accumulation rates of bulk sediment, total carbon (C), total nitrogen (N), and total phosphorus (P).Cited by:

    Regulation of elevation and discharge of the Great Lakes, designs for gates, sluices, locks, etc., in the Niagara and St. Clair rivers [District, Chicago Sanitary, Freeman, John Ripley ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Regulation of elevation and discharge of the Great Lakes, designs for gates, sluices, locks, etc., in the Niagara and St. Clair rivers4/5(1). The eleven sediment core sites were widely distributed, including west Hudson Strait (c m water depth), Hudson Bay's pseudo-shelves (eight cores from water depths of 34 to m) and the main central basin of the Bay (cores 10 – m water depth; Fig. 1).Two cores were collected from what we consider to be the inner shelf (Cited by:

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Get this from a library. Sedimentology of Hudson Bay district of Keewa 44, and [R J Leslie]. RANKIN INLET: A LESSON IN SURVIVAL [WEST COAST HUDSON BAY, DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN] [Terrence W Foster] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Terrence W Foster. Keewatin District Winisk River Hudson Bay Nice Canada Geological Survey Map $ Inuit, Oblate Missionaries, And Grey Nuns In The Keewatin,Paperba.

Sedimentology. Explore this journal > Explore this journal > Previous article in issue: Sediment particle size in the Hudson River Estuary. Previous article in issue: High-resolution sequence stratigraphy of a complex, incised valley succession, Cobequid Bay — Salmon River estuary, Bay of Fundy, Canada.

Authors. St-Onge, D.A. Surficial deposits of the Redrock Lake area, District of Mackenzie; 34,44 and 54 book Current Research, P a r t A, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper lA, p. Author: William Shilts.

PDF | On May 9,Hudson Bay and others published GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA OPEN FILE Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait, Moose River, and Foxe basins: Synthesis of the research activities. The item The estuaries of Hudson Bay: a case study of the physical and biological characteristics of selected sites, F.

Schneider-Vieira, R. Baker, M. Lawrence represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Manitoba Libraries. Ice-movement indicators and dispersal trains identified over the course of this project suggested ice movement into Hudson Bay (e.g.

Shilts and Boydell. The Late Ordovician fauna of the northern Hudson Bay Lowland, Manitoba, Canada, consisting of three stromatoporoid species (1 new), 41 coral (11 new and 2 new genera), 8. Temiskaming Treasure Trails- Volume 7 in an 8 part series on early Temiskaming District history by Peter Fancy.

Hudson Bay Gold Mines, Hudson Bay Mine, 14, Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Co., 7,34,44,54 Quinze River, 7,27 Quinze River bridge, 7,36 Return to Top of Index page. Imaging pockmarks and ring-like features in Hudson Bay from multibeam bathymetry data J.

Roger 1, M.J. Duchesne 2,3, P. Lajeunesse 1, G. St-Onge 4,5 and N. Pinet 2,3. The Hudson's Bay Company seem to have made their pathway into the great prairie land to the westward through York Factory and other posts on the Hudson's Bay, and their opera- tions into the Lake of the Woods and the adja- cent country were through outposts tributary to more important centres in the Red River country to the West.

Full text of "Sessional papers of the Dominion of Canada " See other formats. Clastic Tidal Sedimentology — Mem Pages Tidal Rhythmites Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Rhythmite Deposition on Mud Flats in the Macrotidal Cobequid Bay-Salmon River Estuary, Bay of Fundy, Canada.

Robert W. Dalrymple, Yasuhiko Makino, Brian. In the s, the pack route between the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC) posts at Fort Edmonton and Fort Assiniboine — the main trade route to Lesser Slave Lake, the Peace River district, and the interior of British Columbia — often became impassable because of mud and swollen rivers.

The subglacial environment can be viewed as containing a series of sediment packages that each have boundary interfaces that are sandwiched between an upper ice mass and an underlying bed (composed of bedrock or underlying sediments) where a complicated set of processes interact altering the morphological, thermal and rheological state of the sandwiched sediments, Cited by: 3.

This program is responsible for the field collection of sediment samples, the identification of contaminants of concern and possible sources, and the preparation of reports and evaluation of impacts.

In regards to dredging, the program develops. Continental dispersal, which is measured in hundreds to more than a thousand kilometers down-ice from the source and is typically detected using a distinctive bedrock lithology or mineral.

An example is the dispersal of the visually distinctive Omarolluk Formation clasts (‘omars’) from the Belcher Islands in Hudson Bay, Canada (Prest, ). by: 3. Abstracts Abstract Abstract.

The deglacial marine-limit surface is a virtual topography that shows the increase of elevation since deglaciation. The currently available set of marine-limit elevations (n = ), about three times the number available in the most recent synthesis, allows a fairly detailed rendering of the surface across most of glaciated North America and by: A trough of low marine limits (Hudson Bay may indicate a separation of Keewatin and Labrador sector uplifts that was not previously recognized.

This feature is defined by a series of marine-limit determinations in northern Manitoba that decline to a low of m (Klassen, ; Dredge and Nixon, ) and by a single Cited by:. Hudson explored all the following except: New York Harbor Hudson Bay St. Lawrence River Arctic Ocean See answers (2) Ask for details ; Follow Report Log in to add a comment Answer /5 4 +9 punineep and 9 others learned from this answer He did not explore the St.

Lawrence River.The Hudson Platform coverskm2 and is one of the largest Paleozoic sedimentary basins in Canada. The Hudson Platform encompasses parts of Manitoba, Ontario and Nunavut, with two thirds of the area covered by waters of Hudson Bay.

The Platform contains the large Hudson Bay Basin and the smaller satellite Moose River and Foxe basins.Hudson’s Bay Record Society. Link to: History of the HBRS | Volumes of the HBRS.

Most of the volumes in the Hudson’s Bay Record Society series are now out-of-print. However, four volumes are still available for purchase at a special discount offered by The Centre for Rupert’s Land Studies at The University of Winnipeg.