- Author:R. H Sutcliffe
- Publisher:Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (1988)
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The Geology compiled from the Maps, et. of the Geological Survey by JordanJ. 24 Sheets in Portfolio, with Index.
The Ontario Geological Survey (OGS) is an administrative Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. OGS helps people understand how to apply the geological knowledge about Ontario to address a range of public policy issues.
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District of Thunder Bay. by R. H. Sutcliffe. Bibliography: p. 60-62. Spine title: Fletcher Lake area. At head of title: Mines and Minerals Division. Ontario Geological Survey report,, 251. Other Titles. Published 1988 by Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines in Toronto, Ont Bibliography: p. One map on folded sheet in pocket.
District of Thunder Bay (Ontario Geological Survey report). Be the first to ask a question about Geology Of The Attwood Lake Area.
Geology of the Attwood Lake area, District of Thunder Bay (Ontario Geological Survey report). 0774350458 (ISBN13: 9780774350457). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Geological Survey of Canada, Map 1253A, scale 1:5 000 000. Saarnisto M (1974) The deglaciation history of the Lake Superior . Saarnisto M (1974) The deglaciation history of the Lake Superior region and its climatic implications. Slattery SR (2003b) Quaternary geology of the Pagwachuan Lake area, District of Thunder Bay. Ontario Geol Surv, Map . 524, Geological Series – Preliminary Map, scale 1:50 000. Taylor FB (1895) The Nipissing beach on the north Superior shore.
Photo courtesy of the Ontario Geological Survey. Thunder Bay Niagara of the North The Kakabeka Falls area is underlain by flat-lying layers of soft shale that erode easily
Photo courtesy of the Ontario Geological Survey. Setting the stage: The ancient origins of the world’s largest freshwater lake Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake by surface area, has a unique geological origin that has led to its enormity. Thunder Bay Many giant lakes, such as Lake Tanganyika in East Africa and Lake Baikal in Siberia, lie within active rift valleys, where the Earth’s crust sags and forms a deep basin. Thunder Bay Niagara of the North The Kakabeka Falls area is underlain by flat-lying layers of soft shale that erode easily. However, within the shale are layers of chert, a hard sedimentary rock that resists erosion.
Books and Maps Books and maps of the . . over the counter at the following . Geological Survey offices, all of which are authorized agents of the Superintendent of Docu-ments. ANCHORAGE, Alaska-Rm. CONTRIBUTIONS TO PRECAMBRIAN GEOLOGY OF LAKE SUPERIOR REGION . DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BRUCE BABBITT, Secretary. The purpose of this report is to (1) describe the general geology of each segment of the GLTZ within the Lake Superior region, (2) describe the kinematics determined from the one area where the GLTZ is exposed, (3).
232 Manitoba Geological Survey. 1986: Regional geology of the Lac des Isles area, District of Thunder Bay; Ontario Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Paper 132, p. 70–75. Figure GS-21-1: Simplied geology of the Bird River Belt, showing the location of the Bird River Sill and the Mayville intrusion. 1989: The Lac des Isles complex, Ontario: petrology and platinum group elements mineralization in an Archean mac intrusion; Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, v. 26, p. 1408–1427.
We’ve released a new map of the Precambrian geology of the Kenogaming Township in the Northern Swayze area in Northeastern Ontario. It is part of the multi-year 1:20,000 scale mapping project to update the geology of the northern Swayze area. The map presents a synthesis of field observations collected during the bedrock mapping field season, lithogeochemistry, geochronology and airborne geophysics interpretations of the area. Ontario Geological Survey.