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Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, Dristrict of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, Dristrict of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

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Published by Geological Survey of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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ContributionsWard, B.C., Dredge, L.A., Kerr, D.E.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 map ; scale 1:125 000
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22041647M

GDR Web Map Service: GDR_F: Abstract: GDR_F Web Map Service (ArcIMS ) Keywords: ArcIMS: Creator: Dataset Geology, Hackett River, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories (Geology AS) Dataset Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. 2. Regional geologic setting of study area. The Mackenzie River is Canada's largest and flows along the easternmost flank of the Cordillera north toward the Mackenzie Delta (Mackay and Mathews, , Dinter et al., , Hill, , Hill et al., , McNeil et al., ).During late Wisconsin deglaciation, northward drainage was blocked and glacial Lake Mackenzie formed a deep (max: m Cited by: 8.

Regional surficial geology studies in northern Canada with robust sample design and density to understand glacial transport phenomena are few (e.g., Shilts and Wyatt, , Klassen, , Tremblay et al., ); Most regional surveys sampled till (e.g., McClenaghan et al., , McClenaghan et al., , McMartin et al., ); however, regional studies of eskers (), or studies of till and Cited by: 9. The Lac de Gras Project consists of , hectares located in the Lac de Gras kimberlite field, close to two of the world’s richest diamond mines: Diavik and Ekati. North Arrow considers the area to have significant exploration potential for the discovery of new diamondiferous kimberlites.

  Rutter NW, Hawes RJ, Catto NR () Surficial geology, southern Mackenzie River valley, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada Map A, Geol Surv Canada, Ottawa Sarkar C, Heaman LM, Pearson DG () Duration and periodicity of kimberlite volcanic activity in the Lac de Gras kimberlite field, Canada and Author: Stéphane P. Poitras, D. Graham Pearson, Matthew F. Hardman, Thomas Stachel, Geoff M. Nowell, Scott C.   Surficial geology of east-central District of Mackenzie. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulle 41 p. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 42 (9): Link, ISI, Indicator mineral and till geochemical dispersal patterns associated with the Ranch Lake kimberlite, Lac de Gras Cited by:


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Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, Dristrict of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories Download PDF EPUB FB2

Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories, NTS D, Geological Survey of Canada, Canadian Geoscience Map no.

ed. Prelim., Surficial. The Lac de Gras map (NTS D) identifies surficial materials and associated landforms left by the retreat of the last glaciers which covered the area about years ago.

The surficial geology is based on aerial photograph interpretation and fieldwork. to follow up till sampling in the late s near Lac de Gras, staking of square miles incontinued sampling and staking inand, inidenti cation of a bullseye-shaped Lac de Gras Don Cummings.

sediment genesis and ice-flow history, is required. In the Lac de Gras area, modelling of overburden thickness begins with digital selection of polygons of the various surficial materials, obtained from surficial geology maps, which are used to trim data from the digital elevation model for the region.

The Quaternary geology of the Lac de Gras area was studied by surficial geology mapping of km2 and investigating the genesis of enigmatic landforms. Three distinct flow directions of the Laurentide Ice Sheet are recorded: flow to the southwest, then west, and finally to the west : Anna Macdonald Haiblen.

Surficial materials and related ground ice conditions, Slave Province, N.W.T., Canada Lac de Gras of Mackenzie, Northwest T erritories Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories (NTS 76 D).

GEOSCAN supports the mission of Natural Resources Canada through the timely access to information. GEOSCAN Search Results: Fastlink. GEOSCAN Menu. Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories; Ward, B C; Dredge, L A; Kerr, D E.

Geological Survey of Canada, "A" Series Map A, Eskers around the Keewatin Ice Divide: Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Mackenzie and Keewatin. Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, District of Mackenzie, Northwest. DENNY CAPPS. Capps, D.L., Rabus, B., and Clague, J.J.

Identification and characterization of dynamic alpine subglacial lakes using InSAR, radio-echo sounding. A Geological Survey surficial geology map at: a scale of(Rutter, N.W., and Boydell, A.N., in press) provided data on location and areal extent of unconsolidated deposits.

Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences,75(12): Koala, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Surficial geology, Lac de Gras, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Edited by A.S.M. Geological Survey of Canada. Google Scholar Cited by: 2. Cherry Terrain Sciences Division Geological Survey of Canada Booth St.

Ottawa, ON K1A OE8 Octo Dear Dr. Cherry, Enclosed is a copy of the report entitled “Granular Resources of the Slave Province” that I prepared as part of my University of Waterloo Co-op term at DIAND’s Land Management Division this past summer.

As a contribution to the Slave Province NATMAP, Terrain Sciences mapped three map areas (NTS 86A, 76D, and 76C) in the Lac de Gras area with the objective of providing a regional framework for geological interpretation and drift prospecting.

This report documents the preliminary results from the first field season. Surficial Geology, Point Lake, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Map A, scale Google Scholar Dredge LA, Kerr DE, Wolfe by: Glacial Lake Mackenzie, located in the middle reach of the Mackenzie Valley, extended km as a long narrow lake between the Rabbitskin River, 50 km east of Fort Simpson, and the Ramparts cliffs near Fort Good Hope; part of the lake extended an additional 75 km west from the by: The geology of kimberlite pipes of the Ekati property, Northwest Territories, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Lithos 1() September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Subsurface geology, lower Mackenzie River and Anderson River area, District of Mackenzie. [Ottawa] Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources [] (OCoLC) In this study, we utilize surface and subsurface data from the Lac de Gras area of the Northwest Territories to develop a three-dimensional understanding of till compositional anomalies emanating.

The surficial geology map delineates geologic materials at the land surface, classified by their lithology (sediment type or rock type) and stratig-raphy (relative position and age). The distribution of geologic materials in the study area is remark-ably complex but has a mappable pattern.

Thus, this map may help users with their preliminary. Geology of the Itchen Lake area, District of Mackenzie. [Ottawa]: [Energy, Mines and Resources Canada], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H H Bostock.

Here, we use surface and subsurface information to map three-dimensional dispersal patterns defined by indicator minerals and geochemical pathfinder elements in till matrix originating from known sub-cropping kimberlitic sources in the Lac de Gras region of the Northwest Territories ().Kimberlites in the Lac de Gras region rarely sub-crop, and when they do, they often have small sub-cropping Author: S.E.

Kelley, M. Ross, B. Elliott, P.X. Normandeau.The Coppermine River is a river in the North Slave and Kitikmeot regions of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut in is kilometres ( mi) long. It rises in Lac de Gras, a small lake near Great Slave Lake, and flows generally north to Coronation Gulf, an arm of the Arctic river freezes in winter but may still flow under the : Coronation Gulf.Identifier: urn:uuid:d49ae-1e5d-4ababadb0da9: Typename: csw:Record: Schema: : Last update: TZ: Title.