- Author:Paul Karrow,Peter Russell,Mario Coniglio
- Publisher:University of Waterloo Earth Sciences Museum; 1st edition
- Pages:124 pages
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Mario Coniglio; Paul Karrow; Peter Russell. Published by University of Waterloo Earth Sciences Museum. Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. ISBN 10: 0978099303 ISBN 13: 9780978099305. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory 0978099303-2-4. More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. Stock Image. Manitoulin Rocks!: Rocks, Fossils and Landforms of Manitoulin Island.
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This is an interesting and informative book about the geology, fossils, and landforms on Manitoulin Island, the largest freshwater island in the world, located at the northern end of Lake Huron in Ontario, Canada. The first part of the book is a description of the geological features and history of the island, and the second part is two guided tours of the the island, with stops at features of geological interest. If you're at all interested in geology or fossils and you're planning a trip to Manitoulin island, I recommend this book.
rocks, fossils and landforms of Manitoulin Island. Manitoulin Island, Ontario. Published 2006 by University of Waterloo, Earth Sciences Museum in Waterloo, Ont. Co-published by the Geological Association of Canada and the Gore Bay Museum. Includes bibliographical references: p. 117-119.
The first half of the book treats a broad range of topics and concepts required to appreciate the geology of Manitoulin Island, using local examples wherever possible
The first half of the book treats a broad range of topics and concepts required to appreciate the geology of Manitoulin Island, using local examples wherever possible. The second half of the book is a detailed field guide to 50 field stops on and north of Manitoulin Island to examine rocks and landforms. Location maps and clear driving directions are provided for each stop. Earth Science Museum (University of Waterloo) Softcover – 131 pages (2006).
The Fossil Hill Formation of Manitoulin Island, partly correlative to the Merriton Formation in the Niagara Falls region (Brunton et al. 2009), is early–middle Telychian in age, approximately 30–40 m thick (Copper 1978), and consists of thin-to medium-bedded, grey, richly fossiliferous dolostones, with common chertified intervals (Chiang 1971; Copper 1978). Dalmanelloid brachiopod shells were collected from the Upper Ordovician Lexington Formation (lower Katian) of Kentucky, Sheguindah Shale (middle Katian) on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, and the Stony Mountain Formation (upper Katian) in the Winnipeg area, Manitoba.
Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands is a municipality with town status in Manitoulin District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada, approximately 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Espanola. Its main town is Little Current, located on the northeast side of Manitoulin Island. However, its territory also includes most of the small islands surrounding Manitoulin, even those at the far western end of Manitoulin.
Manitoulin Island, Ontario. A beautiful pic of Manitowaning by Peter. Escape to Ontario’s Manitoulin Island for lakeside R&R, authentic First Nations culture, and frozen-in-time bliss. Largest Freshwater Island in the World. Peter Baumgarten - Creative Island Photography. 27 September ·. "Historic Waterfront" This week has been filled with beautiful sunrises.
Manitoulin Island /ˌmænɪˈtuːlɪn/ is an island in Lake Huron in Laurentia. With an area of 2,766 km2 (1,068 sq mi), it is the largest fresh water island in the world, large enough that it has over 100 inland lakes itself. In addition to the historic Anishinaabe and European settlement of the island, archeological discoveries at Sheguiandah have demonstrated Paleo-Indian and Archaic cultures dating from 10,000 BC to 2,000 BC.