1 edition of Quaternary geology of the southern Canadian Cordillera, by J.J. Clague [and others] found in the catalog.
Quaternary geology of the southern Canadian Cordillera, by J.J. Clague [and others]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||QE 696 I61 1987 A-18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||67|
Quaternary geology of part of the McLeod Lake map area (NTS J), central British Columbia: lithostratigraphy, glacial history, and chronology. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. Locat A, Demers D, Locat P, Geertsema M The Rocky Mountains, are a well known mountain range in British Columbia, and are most commonly associated with the Canadian Cordillera. They are the largest mountain range in North America, extending from the Liard River Basin in north-eastern British Columbia, through British Columbia, and deep into New Mexico in the United States (Robinson, J. Lewis).
Reinterpretation of an important lithostratigraphic unit resting on the last interglaciation Muir Point Formation, southwestern British Columbia. Canadian Quaternary Association Meeting, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia. Program and Abstracts,p. Hanson, M.A.*, Lian, O.B., and Clague, J.J. Optically stimulated. Quaternary geology, Toronto and surrounding area, Southern Ontario [map] / design by D.R. Sharpe and Raimonds Balgalvis. imprint [Toronto]: Ontario Geological Survey, description. 1 map on 2 sheets: col. ; sheets 74 x 55 cm. format(s) Other.
Quaternary Geology of the Canadian Cordillera.” In R.J. Fulton (ed.) Quaternary Geology of Canada and Greenland. Geological Society of Canada, Geology of Canada, no. 1. This book is the last of three volumes in which the recent knowledge of the extent and chronology of Quaternary glaciations has been compiled on a global scale. This information is seen as a fundamental requirement, not only for the glacial community, but for the wider user-community of general Quaternary workers. In particular the need for accurate ice-front positions is a basic requirement.
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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 the southern Canadian Cordillera. Ottawa, Ont.: National Research Council of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: J J Clague.
Formation and failure of natural dams in the Canadian Cordillera by J. Clague 1 edition - first published in Quaternary geology of the Southern Canadian Cordillera by J. Clague 1 edition Geology, Stratigraphic Geology, Congresses, Accessible book, Bibliography, Conservation of natural resources, Dam failures.
John Joseph Clague PhD FRSC OC (born ) is an award-winning Canadian authority in Quaternary and environmental earth is a Professor of Earth Sciences at Simon Fraser University and an Emeritus Scientist of the Geological Survey of Canada. Clague was the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, President of the Canadian Geomorphology Research Group and Vice Fields: Quaternary, Environmental earth sciences.
Ice sourced in the Coast Mountains remained dominant over the southern and east-central parts of the Interior Plateau during deglaciation. Quaternary geology of the Canadian Cordillera. A Transect of the Southern Canadian Cordillera from Calgary to Vancouver. Late Quaternary Geology of Southwestern British Columbia by John J.
Clague & John L. Luternauer, Free. Slope Stability and Mountain Torrents, Fraser Lowlands and Southern Coast Mountains, British Columbia. Canadian Cordillera on the west and east, but large areas Clague, J.J., Late Quaternary Geology and Geochronology of British. flat-topped volcano in southern British Columbia, Canada.
J.J. Clague, R.W. Mathewes, B.G. WarnerLate Quaternary geology of eastern Graham Island, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 19 (), pp. Google Scholar. Introduction. The southern Ontario (lowland) region is a sedimentary basin covering ∼72 km 2 located within the Great Lakes watershed (e.g., Sharpe et al.
a).It is bounded by Canadian Shield to the north and east, and three Great Lakes to the south and west (Ontario, Erie, and Huron). The Cordillera of western Canada was repeatedly enveloped by a continental ice sheet, known as the Cordilleran Ice Sheet, during the Pleistocene and latest Pliocene (Flint, ; Clague, ; Jackson and Clague, ).At its maximum extent, the Cordilleran Ice Sheet and its satellite glaciers covered almost all of British Columbia, southern Yukon Territory, and southern Alaska, and extended.
Marine Geology, 89 () 57 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands LATE QUATERNARY GEOLOGY AND GEOCHRONOLOGY OF THE CENTRAL CONTINENTAL SHELF OF WESTERN CANADA JOHN L. LUTERNAUER1, K.W. CONWAY2, JOHN J. CLAGUE1 and BERTRAND BLAISE3 ~Geological Survey of Canada, West.
Geology and crustal structure of the southern Coast and Intermontane belts, southern Canadian Cordillera, British Columbia. ,scale map, in Open File (). Roddick, J.A.
Geology, Pitt Lake (Vancouver, east half), British Columbia. Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Quaternary geology of southern Ontario and applications to hydrogeology. Hazen A.J. Russell, a Emmanuelle Arnaud, b Andrew F. Bajc, c David R.
Sharpe a a Geological Survey of Canada – Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. b G Institute for Groundwater Research, School of Environmental Sciences, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario.
The Great Plains physiographic province lies east of the Rocky Mountains and extends from southern Alberta and Saskatchewan nearly to the United States-Mexico border.
This chapter covers only the northern part of the unglaciated portion of this huge region, from Oklahoma almost to the United States-Canada border, a portion that herein will be. Hewitt, K., Gosse, J. and Clague, J.J. Rock avalanches and the pace of late Quaternary development of river valleys in the Karakoram Himalaya.
Geological Society of. and uninhabited. The Canadian Cordillera is a region of extremely diverse topography, geology, climate, and vegetation.
Rugged glacier-clad mountains that receive more than mm of precipitation per year are within sight of broad semiarid valleys.
The general form of the Cordillera resembles that of a great wall. This monograph reviews the nature of Quaternary environmental changes over the largest continent in the Southern Hemisphere.
Moreover, since South America makes a transect across most climatic belts of an entire hemisphere, it provides a unique opportunity to examine the impact of changing Quaternary climates on a variety of environments.
It also forms the basis for judging the synchrony or. Glacial retreat from the North Cascade Range after the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) at approximately 21 ka until the end of the Pleistocene at ka was complex and. Geologic studies which have provided information on the late Cenozoic history of the southern Rocky Mountain Trench, British Columbia include: (1) the St.
Eugene Formation and the origin of the southern Rocky Mountain Trench, (2) the stratigraphy and correlation of Quaternary sediments, (3) the patterns of glacier flow and the origin of late Wisconsinan till, and (4) the sedimentology and.
QUATERNARY GEOLOGY The early studies and formal stratigraphy of the glacial and recent depo sits in the Toronto area are summarized by Karrow [). The basic sequence of deposits, representing three main glacial and three nonglacial periods, was known. The Northern Cordilleran Volcanic Province (NCVP), formerly known as the Stikine Volcanic Belt, is a geologic province defined by the occurrence of Miocene to Holocene volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest of North belt of volcanoes extends roughly north-northwest from northwestern British Columbia and the Alaska Panhandle through Yukon to the Southeast Fairbanks Census Area of far.Quaternary geology, southern Alberta I.
Shetsen. G S6 C5 Oblique map of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Alberta, Canada, and Montana, United States by Tau Rho Alpha ; prepared in cooperation with Canada Parks Service and the National Park Service.This synthesis of the Quaternary geology of Canada and Greenland covers the regional Quaternary geology of Canada, applied Quaternary geology in Canada (including its influence on man's environment), the Quaternary geology of the ice-free areas of Greenland, and the dynamic and climatic history of the Greenland ice-sheet.