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Subsurface geology of pre-Mesozoic strata, Great Bear River map area, District of Mackenzie

D. C. Pugh

Subsurface geology of pre-Mesozoic strata, Great Bear River map area, District of Mackenzie

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

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Northwest Territories -- Great Bear River

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD.C. Pugh.
    SeriesMemoir / Geological Survey of Canada -- 430, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 430.
    ContributionsGeological Survey of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination137 p. ; 28 maps.
    Number of Pages137
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15389971M
    ISBN 100660142783
    LC Control Number93072759
    OCLC/WorldCa28500274


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Subsurface geology of pre-Mesozoic strata, Great Bear River map area, District of Mackenzie. [D C Pugh; Geological Survey of Canada.] -- Over the last forty years much has been published on the sedimentary geology of Great Bear River area. The discoveries of oil in the Devonian reef at Norman Wells and in cambrian sands at Tedji Lake Subsurface geology of pre-Mesozoic Great Bear River map area, Great Bear River map area, District of Mackenzie.

Geological Survey of Canada Memoir,p. Runnegar, B. Great Canadian Lagerstatten 2. Macro- and Microfossils of the Mount Cap Formation (Early and Middle Cambrian, Northwest Territories) pre-Mesozoic strata, Great Bear River. map area, District   A new conodont species Tortodus dodoensis sp.

nov. from the lower part of the Givetian (Middle Devonian) of the Mackenzie Mountains (NW Canada) is described. This paper also reports the lowest stratigraphic occurrence of a Givetian fauna containing a.o.

Polygnathus amphora, P. denisbriceae, P. xylus ensensis, P. pseudoeiflius, P. linguiformis klapperi s.l., P. weddigei, P. Located on the Arctic Circle (66¡¦0'N), Great Bear Lake is the largest lake within the borders of Canada. Great Bear River map area its almost equally large companion, Great Slave Lake, and their combined drainage, the Mackenzie River, this water system completely dominates the geography of the Mackenzie District of the Northwest   Sketch map of area west of Lake Michigan (mostly in Wisconsin, but including parts of Michigan and Illinois), showing concept of divergent flow from a narrow zone (centered above Green Bay, Wisconsin) of rapid flow within an ice sheet.

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Sedimentary units are set in relation to the structure of sub-sedimentary crust. At a given depth, the sediments tend to be younger and less dense towards the north. The thickness distribution of pre-Mesozoic metasediments is presented. The deep crustal structure documents rifting-related thinning and Geology of the Swannell Ranges in the Vicinity of the Kemess Copper-Gold Porphyry Deposit, Attycelley Creek (NTS 94E/2), Toodoggone River Map Area.

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Dawson, ), by R. Ells, Henri Marc Ami, and Geological Survey of Canada (page images at HathiTrust)?type=lcsubc&key=Geology -- Pictorial. Recycling of zircons from the Paleoproterozoic continental arc of the Great Bear magmatic zone in the Wopmay orogen and its Archean precursors (Hildebrand et al., ; Ootes et al., ) could explain both the arc signature and the Precambrian detrital zircon populations of our samples, assuming that the zircon was transported from the same ://   ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.

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Daugherty, Dr. Robert C. Burton, Meade Humphries, and Jim Hughes of the West Texas State University Geology Department provided much information about the area and assisted in the field; Pugh DC () Pre-Mesozoic geology in the subsurface of Peel River map area, Yukon Territory and District of Mackenzie.

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