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Lower Palaeozoic sediments of northwestern Baffin Island, District of Franklin
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This paper attempts to synthesize vertebrate paleontological evidence and recently acquired knowledge of the geological history of terrestrial connections across the northern North Atlantic area. In Cited by: Different approaches have been used in reconstructing global sea-level history for the entire or part of the Palaeozoic (see Miller et al., for detail); and almost all indicate that relative sea levels were high during the latest Middle and Late Ordovician time. An integrated history of global sea-level fluctuations for the entire Palaeozoic was reconstructed using stratigraphic sections Cited by: 9.
Neoproterozoic fossils from the Franklin Mountains, northwestern Canada: stratigraphic and palaeobiological implications. Pre-Palaeozoic sediments are known from both the surface and subsurface of the Blackwater Block. with an example from the Agu Bay Formation, Baffin Island. Palaeontology, 35 (), pp. Cited by: Upper Proterozoic sedimentary and volcanic rocks of northwestern Baffin Island. [Ottawa]: Energy, Mines, and Resources Canada ; Hull, Québec, Canada: Available from Print. and Pub. Supply and Services Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors.
Widespread till sheets, glacial lake and glacial-marine sediments on Banks, Victoria, and Melville islands, and on the Beaufort Sea Coastal Plain of the Canadia. Six years of intensive study of the shallow water sediments of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico have indicated that there are many criteria by which ancient sediments deposited under similar conditions can be recognized. Thus the presence of echinoid fragments and of glauconite-filled Foraminifera tests favors marine shelf deposition over bay deposits; calcareous aggregates and Author: Francis P. Shepard.
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Get this from a library. Lower Palaeozoic sediments of northwestern Baffin Island, District of Franklin. [Hans Peter Trettin]. Lower Palaeozoic sediments of northwestern Baffin Island, District of Franklin / by H.P.
Trettin Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys [Ottawa] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Lower Palaeozoic sediments of northwestern Baffin Island, District of Franklin / by H.P. Trettin --[No. Hettangian Ammonite faunas of the Taseko Lakes area, British Columbia / Hans Frebold --[No.
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Kretz. Series Title. TRETTIN, H P, - Geological Survey of Canada - Geological Survey Bulletin No. Lower Palaeozoic Sediments of Northwestern Baffin Island, District District of Franklin book Franklin. TREW, DELBERT, - Warwire: The History of Obstacle Wire Used in Warfare.
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Trettin; Geological reconnaissance: north coast of Ellesmere Island, Arctic Archipelago, Northwest Territories. DISTRICT OF FRANKLIN ADMIRALTY, NORTHWEST BAFFIN ISLAND R.
Blackadar ~ e, kilt I / ~ /!3't1~Y;n /J/,p(~6' This project, supported by two helicopters and one Piper Super Cub aircraft. completed the reconnaissance geological mapping of northwestern Baffin Island west of longitude 80° and north of Fury.
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Baffin Island, District of Franklin; Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research, Paper A, p. 37– Clifton, H.E. A re-examination of facies models for clastic. Ten 14 C-dated cores are described from the Labrador Sea, continental slope, and Hatton and Resolution basins on the southeast Baffin Shelf.
Based on sharply defined detrital carbonate layers in the Labrador Sea cores, we propose that the Laurentide Ice Sheet reached the shelf break at both 20 and 15 14 C ka ( and sidereal ka) and contributed significant sediment to the northwest Cited by: A similar sequence occurs in Prince of Wales Island, although the lower part of the succession there contains conglomerate and sandstone, rock types that are absent in Somerset Island.
Abstract. Greenland, with a surface area of about 2, km 2, is the largest island in the is composed of a central depression, now totally filled by the Inland Ice, and a mountainous coastal “ice-free” zone forming 20% of the total by: In a revision of the stratigraphy of the Hunting Formation three members are recognised in the vicinity of the lower reaches of the Hunting River, northwestern Somerset Island.
The present-day structure of the North Atlantic Ocean is dominated by the mid-Atlantic ridge and the three major crustal plates which meet at (and probably originate at) this feature. These major Cited by: 5.
EVIDENCE FROM SEDIMENTARY STRUCTURES FOR PROCESSES OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT AND DEPOSITION DURING POST-MIOCENE TIME AT SITES, ANDBAFFIN BAY AND THE LABRADOR SEA1 Richard N. Hiscott,2 Michel Cremer, 3 and Ali E. Aksu2 ABSTRACT Nonbiogenic, primary physical sedimentary structures are, for the most part, restricted to Pliocene.
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Clark, Peter D. Lea. South of the Parry Channel and in Devon Island and south-eastern Elles- mere Island, i.e. in the southern arctic islands or arctic lowlands region, the country is less varied, with wide areas of cratonic Palaeozoic strata and smaller belts of deformed Pre-Cambrian by: 6.AT THE MEETING of the First International Symposium on Arctic Geology held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, January 11th to 13th,a number of instructive, interesting, and original papers were presented, and essentially all of them are printed in the pages of The Geology of the Arctic volumes I and II.
The idea of calling such a meeting was conceived by several members of the Alberta Society.On southern Baffin Island, a large expanse of glacially scoured, flat-lying Palaeozoic limestone largely devoid of glacial sediment occurs in a wide, fault-bounded trough near Amadjuak Lake.
Carbonates lie in faulted contact with Archaean basement to the south but overlie basement rocks farther by: