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Quaternary geology of the Sudbury basin area

G. J. Burwasser

Quaternary geology of the Sudbury basin area

District of Sudbury

by G. J. Burwasser

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Published by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources in Toronto .
Written in English


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StatementG. J. Burwasser.
SeriesOntario Geological Survey report -- 181
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 103 p. :
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21512383M


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Quaternary geology of the Sudbury basin area by G. J. Burwasser Download PDF EPUB FB2

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government. The Sudbury area lies near the southern edge of the Precambrian Quaternary geology of the Sudbury basin area book Shield, just north of Lake Huron (46°00’N–47°30’N; 79°30’N–81°30’W) (Fig. ) Although the rocks are old, the rugged landscape is young and dominated by rocky hills and ridges, rounded and scoured by by: 1.

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).Author: Hazen A.J. Russell, Emmanuelle Arnaud, Andrew F. Bajc, David R. Sharpe. LATE QUATERNARY GEOLOGY AND GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE CHILLIWACK RIVER VALLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA Ian Robert SaundersUniversity of East Anglia, THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE in the Department of Geography @ IanRobertSaunders SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY.

• The Sudbury Basin or Structure was formed by the impact of a 10 km meteorite. • This is the second largest impact crater in the world. • The original crater is guessed to be about km in diameter. • Impact occurred about billion years ago.

• Original crater altered by subsequent geologic processes. Landsat 7 image (August ) of the Lake Wanapitei basin and surrounding area, Ontario, Canada.

The gridded road network of the Sudbury urban area can be seen at mid-left. Dashed line shows the extent of the Sudbury Basin, a deformed Ga old impact crater. Download: Download full-size image; Fig. Geology of Lake Wanapitei by: Phillips, E, Hodgson, DM and Emery, AR () The Quaternary Geology of the North Sea Basin.

Journal of Cited by: Quaternary geology of the Sudbury basin area book geology, and (c) the Quatemary deposits. In addition, bottom sampling was to be carried out, of Quaternary sediments and, if possible, of in situ bedrocks. The present pa per gives an account of the results obtained.

Data acquisition Figs. l and 2 show the area ofinvestigation, which covers about km2 and is bounded to the east. Card, K.D., Geology of the Sudbury-Manitoulin Area, Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin; Ontario Geol. Surv., Reportp. Accompanied by Mapscale 1 inch to 2 miles orand 4 charts.

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Quaternary Research Crossref, ISI, Google Scholar. Livernois, J. Author: Hazen A.J. Russell, Emmanuelle Arnaud, Andrew F. Bajc, David R. Sharpe. Quaternary geology fieldwork was conducted at a reconnaissance-scale in the Kaskattama highland area to document the Quaternary stratigraphy and till composition.

The Sudbury basin is one of the few areas of mapping of Quaternary geology on the Canadian shield that provides a record of Algonquin lake phases. Meltwaters from the northward-receding ice front formed a series of deltas southward into the Sudbury basin in central Ontario around the time the Cartier I moraine was by: The Sudbury Basin / ˈ s ʌ d b ə r i /, also known as Sudbury Structure or the Sudbury Nickel Irruptive, is a major geological structure in Ontario, Canada.

It is the third-largest known impact crater or astrobleme on Earth, as well as one of the oldest. The crater formed billion years ago in the Paleoproterozoic : Ma, Paleoproterozoic. Ontario's Quaternary Geology at a compilation scale of This layer includes Quaternary geology units, point features such as drumlins and glacial striae and line features such as eskers, shore bluffs and ad the Quaternary Geology data in GIS format.

the location of the study area STATE OF INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION OF WATER WEST FORK OF THE WHITE RIVER BASIN QUATERNARY GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE WEST FORK WHITE RIVER BASIN (MODIFIED FROM GRAY, ) Lake sand, beach sand, and slack-water sand and silt deposits of broad, shallow postglacial lakes.

The onset of the Quaternary ( Ma) corresponds to significant paleo-environmental events, such as the intensification and southward extension of Northern Hemisphere glaciation. In the North Sea Basin a significant late Cenozoic succession has been identified as a high-resolution archive of paleo-environmental changes during the Pliocene and Pleistocene.

However, the identification of the Cited by: 7. Vol. T, Quaternary Geology of the Great Basin: Inglewood, California to Salt Lake City, Utah June 27–July 8, Vol. T/, Overflight of the Tectonic Boundary Between the Colorado Plateau and the Basin Range Provinces: Northwest Arizona July 6–7, July 20–21, Quaternary Geologic Map of Connecticut and Long Island Sound Basin By Janet Radway Stone,1 John P.

Schafer,2 Elizabeth Haley London,3 Mary L. DiGiacomo-Cohen,4 Ralph S. Lewis,5 and Woodrow B. Thompson6 with a section on Sedimentary Facies and Morphosequences of Glacial Meltwater Deposits, by Byron D.

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geology of the Stanley Basin (Fig. 1 of Evenson and others,this volume, Stops 3-S). The field trip route begins at Galena Summit and ends at the town of Stanley.

Main access is from Idaho High an all season paved road. Much of the trip route is through the Sawtooth National Recreation Size: 3MB. This document describes the Quaternary stratigraphy, surficial geology, and Quaternary history of the area covered by the Sand River area (NTS 73L), east-central Alberta.

Eight glacial and nonglacial formations were defined for the Quaternary sequence in the Sand River area. Quaternary geology is the branch of geology that study developments from million years ago onwards. In particular Quaternary geology study the process and deposits that developed during the Quaternary, a period characterized by glacial-interglacial cycles.

Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Preliminary maps showing Quaternary geology of 20 minute quadangles, eastern Stockton, California,quadrangle in SearchWorks catalog. A reconnaissance paleomagnetic study has been carried out on the Precambrian nickel irruptive of the Sudbury basin.

A total of 60 oriented samples was collected along a single traverse across the n Cited by: Quaternary geology of the orangeville area, southern ontario: OFR: Quaternary geology & granular resources of the central and eastern parts of the regional municipality of durham: OFR: Some peat and peat moss deposits thunder bay-ignace area part 2 districts of kenora and thunder bay: OFR: Some peat moss and peat deposits in.

Sudbury district geologist Dan Farrow of the Ontario Geological Survey examines a mineral sample at his office near Laurentian University. Farrow said there are a number of potential Sudbury Basin deposits that could be developed in the near future, including Glencore's Errington and Vermilion projects.

Suggested citation: Machette, M.N., Coates, M-M., and Johnson, M.L.,Rocky Mountain Section Friends of the Pleistocene Field Trip—Quaternary geology of the San Luis Basin of Colorado and New Mexico, September 7–9, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report –, p.

The magmatic Ni-Cu-platinum-group element (PGE) deposits in the Sudbury area were discovered in (Giblin, ). As Ni has grown from a chemical curiosity through early use in armor plating to its present-day pervasive role in modern industry, resources have continued to be discovered around the periphery of the Sudbury Igneous Complex and even richer ore zones have been identified in the Cited by: Abstract— Historically, there have been a range of diameter estimates for the large, deeply eroded Vredefort impact structure within the Witwatersrand Basin, South Africa.

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Quaternary geologic map of the Sudbury 4 degree by 6 degree quadrangle, United States and Canada,IMAP (NL) Geologic and isostatic map of the Nenana Basin area, central Alaska,IMAP The Sudbury Basin is the second largest known impact crater on Earth — 62 kilometres long, 30 kilometres wide and 15 kilometres deep.

Joe Petrus is a researcher at Laurentian University in Sudbury. This scale map is a compilation depicting the surfical geology of the central Alberta area and is accompanied by GIS files.

The Sudbury Basin in Ontario, Canada, is 39 miles long and 19 miles wide - and miles deep. It was formed by a comet hitting Earth billion years ago, researchers have found. 38th Annual Report, part 2, / Burwash, E.

and Hurst, M. / GEOLOGY OF THE FORT HOPE GOLD AREA, DISTRICT OF KENORA (Patricia Portion) GEOLOGY OF THE AREA BETWEEN FAVOURABLE LAKE AND SANDY LAKE, DISTRICT OF KENORA, ONTARIO, Toronto, pb,92 pages, 49 illustrations, 8 sketch maps, 3 geologic maps (in pocket), - 3 - $ Sudbury Basin (1) Sudbury Quaternary geology (1) Solid-earth geophysics The mineralogy of the platinum-group elements from some copper-nickel deposits of the Sudbury area, Ontario.

Journal: Economic Geology. Publisher. The Sudbury Basin is a roughly elliptical crater that measures about 37 miles by 18 miles (60 kilometers by 30 kilometers), located on the outskirts of Sudbury, Ontario, in Canada.

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Quaternary geology of the Englehart area, northern Ontario; Ontario Geological Survey, Mapscale Use and Reproduction of Content: The EIP and the Content may be used and reproduced only in accordance with applicable intellectual property laws.

Non-commercial use of unsubstantial excerpts of the Content is.OCLC Number: Ebook Part of illustrative matter in pocket. Papers presented at a special session of the 24th annual meeting of the Geological Association of Canada held at Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, in May,