2 edition of Late-Wisconsin stratigraphy in north-central Quebec and Ontario Canada found in the catalog.
Late-Wisconsin stratigraphy in north-central Quebec and Ontario Canada
in New Haven
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QE 696 I24 1956 thesis|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
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Request PDF | Illinoian to Late Wisconsinan stratigraphy at Woodbridge, Ontario | Near Woodbridge, northwest of Toronto, Ontario, a 15 metre-high railroad cut and associated borrow pit, first. The pre-Late Wisconsin stratigraphy of southern Simcoe County, Ontario: implications for ice sheet buildup, decay, and Great Lakes drainage evolution Brown bear (Ursus arctos) ( ± 35 BP) from late-glacial Champlain Sea deposits at Saint-Nicolas, Quebec, Canada, and the dispersal history Buried bedrock valleys and glacial and Cited by: The surficial deposits of Cochrane District consist mainly of three sheetlike stratigraphic units: lower till, which records regional glaciation during the Wisconsin stage, overlies Precambrian bedrock, and is overlain by mostly varved sediment of the Barlow–Ojibway Formation, which was deposited in glacial Lake Barlow–Ojibway during northward retreat of the ice margin.
Bedrock geology. Southern Ontario is underlain by Paleozoic bedrock of the Michigan basin unconformably overlying Precambrian basement rocks of the western Grenville province (Armstrong and Carter ).In Simcoe County, the Paleozoic bedrock surface displays large topographic variations and can generally be categorized into two subregions: the Niagara Escarpment, a north–south-trending Cited by: 9.
The pre-Late Wisconsin stratigraphy of southern Simcoe County, Ontario: Implications for ice sheet build-up, decay, and Great Lakes drainage evolution. The pre-Late Wisconsin stratigraphy of southern Simcoe County, Ontario: implications for ice sheet buildup, decay, and Great Lakes drainage evolution 1.
Riley P.M. Mulligan, Andy F. Bajc* Ontario Geological Survey, Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury, ON P3E 6B5, Canada. Five Late Wisconsinan tills are defined on the basis of their texture, mineralogic composition, and stratigraphic position. These new formations are, from youngest to oldest, Marchand, Whitemouth Lake, Roseau, Senkiw, and Whiteshell Wisconsinan ice first invaded southeastern Manitoba 22 to 24 years ago.
A sand pit at Leamington, Ontario, in southeastern Essex County in the southernmost part of Canada, has yielded many taxa of fossil animals and plants that are dated over 13 BP.
Study of late Wisconsin deposits in a small bog on the crest of Brampton esker (mantled by the Halton Till), about 30 km west of Toronto, Ontario, yielded a radiocarbon date of 12 ± years.
The recognition of ice-marginal deltas constructed during the formation of the Nakina II moraine and a previously unrecognized spillway, in the vicinity of Longlac, northern Ontario, indicates that existing concepts of ancestral lake level history and drainage systems in the Lake Superior–Lake Nipigon region is inadequate.
Based on isostatically corrected digital elevation maps, ice-marginal. Glacial ice covered the Chalk River area through most of the Wisconsin Stage. About 11 years ago, an ice retreat was followed immediately by a short incursion of Champlain Sea waters, which deposited at least m of clay, silt, and sand.
The pre-Late Wisconsin stratigraphy of southern Simcoe County, Ontario: implications for ice sheet buildup, decay, and Great Lakes drainage evolution 1 Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Lobal affinity of Late Wisconsin tills at St. Marys in southwestern Ontario, Canada. Nonetheess, stratigraphic units and t4C ages from the Scioto sublobe area have been used in construction of published time-distance diagrams of late Wisconsin, Ontario-Erie lobe glaciation (e.g., Dreimanis and Goldthwait, ; Dreimanis,b).
2. Physical setting of Lake Wanapitei. Lake Wanapitei (46°45′N, 80°45′W) is 1 of more than lakes within the reaches of the City of Sudbury in Ontario, Canada ().It is the largest (12 km wide with a surface area of km 2) and deepest (> m) in the region, containing approximately 5 km 3 of water (Pearson et al., ).Wanapitei means ‘molar tooth’ in Ojibwa, referring to.
Stratigraphy and sedimentology of the Espanola Formation (Huronian) in the Whitefish Falls area, Ontario: John Burlington: The Geology And Geochemistry Of The Aquarius Deposit, Timmins, Ontario, Canada: Robert Campbell: Petrography and spectral IP response of the Sturgeon Lake massive sulfide and Temagami iron formation.
A preliminary synthesis Late-Wisconsin stratigraphy in North-Central Quebec and On-tario, Canada The deglaciation of the Helluva Lake area, miles northwest of Schefferville Jan Twenty thousand years ago, the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS: 33 × 10 6 km 3) was the dominant influence on sea level, climate, and ocean water circulation (Bond et al.,Chappell et al., ) but its history prior to the last glacial maximum (LGM) is obscure because of erosion of older deposits (Clark and Lea, ).One of the best pre-LGM records occurs in Southern Ontario, Canada.
Bernlef H. FeenstraLate Wisconsin stratigraphy in the northern part of the Stratford-Conestogo area, southern Ontario. Jesse L. Craft Ph.D., Pleistocene local glaciation in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Ronald N.W. DiLabio Ph.D., Glacial dispersal of rocks and minerals in the Lac Mistassini-Lac Waconichi area.
SUMMARY OF QUATERNARY STRATIGRAPHY AND HISTORY, EASTERN CANADA R.J. Fulton,* P.F. Karrow,t P. LaSalle:j: and D.R. Grant* * Geological Survey of Canada, Booth Street, Ottawa, Ontario KIA OE8, Canada t Department of Earth Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3GI, Canada sMinistere des Richesses Naturelles, Boulevard de L'Entente, Quebec, Quebec GIS 4N6, Canada.
Borns H () Late Wisconsin fluctuations of the Laurentide ice sheet in southern and eastern New England. Geol Soc Am Bull 37– Mulligan R, Bajc A () The pre-Late Wisconsin stratigraphy of southern Simcoe County, Ontario: Implications for ice sheet buildup, decay and Great Lakes drainage evolution.
Can J Earth Sci. Quaternary Stratigraphy of the Severn and Winisk Drainage Basins, Northern Ontario; Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin59 p. Google Scholar Veillette, J.J. Please read why I think this is the best way to visit Canada and tips on choosing the best rental car here.
If you are looking for great hotels for your trip, I recommend checking my article about the Best Hotels in Quebec and Ontario. Here is the proposed Canada itinerary for 2 weeks.The distal end of the left humerus of a grizzly bear, Ursus arctos, has been recovered from above the Early Wisconsin Sunnybrook Till at Woodbridge, Ontario, from the same horizon that previously has yielded remains of the woolly mammoth, Mammuthus age of these specimens is estimated at 40 –50 years BP, within the mid-Wisconsin, Port Talbot Interstadial.