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Geology of Cry Lake and Dease Lake map areas, north-central British Columbia

Hubert Gabrielse

Geology of Cry Lake and Dease Lake map areas, north-central British Columbia

by Hubert Gabrielse

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

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- British Columbia -- Cry Lake Region,
  • Geology -- British Columbia -- Dease Lake Region

  • Edition Notes

    StatementH. Gabrielse.
    SeriesBulletin / Geological Survey of Canada -- 504, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 504.
    ContributionsGeological Survey of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination147 p. : 12 folded sheets
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13627166M
    ISBN 100660176106
    LC Control Number98703036
    OCLC/WorldCa40268155

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Geology of Cry Lake and Dease Lake map areas, north-central British Columbia by Hubert Gabrielse Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geology of Cry Lake and Dease Lake map areas, north-central British Columbia. [H Gabrielse; Geological Survey of Canada.] Distribution of glacial features in Dease Lake (J) map area. -- Figure 8. Distribution of glacial features in Cry Lake (I) map area. -- Figure 14 (Sheets ). Geological maps of Cry Lake and Dease Lake (east half).

Level Mountain is a massive complex volcano in the Northern Interior Geology of Cry Lake and Dease Lake map areas British Columbia, is located 50 km (31 mi) north-northwest of Telegraph Creek and 60 km (37 mi) west of Dease Lake on the Nahlin a maximum elevation of 2, m (7, ft), it is the third highest of five large complexes in an extensive north-south trending volcanic nates: 58°28′43″N °26′14″W / °N.

The Bowser Lake Group was deposited during the late Middle Jurassic to mid-Cretaceous, on what was then the west coast of North America, and consists of marine and nonmarine shales, siltstones.

Struik, L.C.,‘Bedrock geology of Quesnel Lake (a/10) and part of Mitchell Lake (93A/15) map-areas, central British Columbia.’ Geological Survey of Canada, Open File Report Google ScholarAuthor: John V.

Ross, S. Garwin, P. Lewis. BRITISH COLUMBIA Geological Survey FieldworkThe Listwanite - Lode Gold Association in BC. Gabrielse, H. (): Geology of Cry Lake and Dease Lake map areas, north-central British Columbia; Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletinpages.

Holland, S.S. (): BRITISH COLUMBIA DEPARTMENT OF MINES, Bulletin 2: Placer-Gold. Geology of the Cry Lake and Dease Lake Map Areas, north-central British Columbia; Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletinp. "Tuyas," flat-topped volcanoes in northern British.

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Aiken Lake map-area lies in the Cassiar District of north-central British Colombia between 56°00' and 57°00’ north and longitudes °00' and °00' west. It is a relatively rugged, glaciated area lying almost entirely within the Omineca-Cassiar Mountain System.

The oldest rocks within the map-area are quartz-mica schists, garnetiferous schists and quartzites of probable Proterozoic age Author: Ernest Frederick Roots. The Digital Geology Map of British Columbia Project was designed to address these problems and, in the process, try to produce a seamless digital map of the Province with consistent geological tagging.

Where feasible, updates to the geology have also been incorporated during the editing Size: KB. The Ocala Limestone is at or near the surface within the Ocala Karst District in the westcentral to northwestern peninsula and within the Dougherty Plain District in the north-central panhandle (Scott, in preparation).

In these areas, the Ocala Limestone exhibits extensive karstification. Notable VMS districts include the Finlayson Lake belt in the Yukon-Tanana terrane, Tulsequah Chief in far northwestern Stikinia, the Delta and Bonnifield districts in the parautochthonous Alaska Range, the Marg deposit in northern Selwyn basin, and the Eagle Bay deposits in Kootenay terrane of southeastern British Columbia (Murphy et al., Pavilion Lake (British Columbia, Canada) Something's going on at Pavilion Lake in British Columbia's Cariboo regionsomething besides the trout fishing, the camping, hiking, canoeing and scuba diving.

Pavilion Lake is the home base of a joint space exploration research project between NASA and the Canadian Space Agency. Glacial deposits of areas adjacent to the Kuparuk River region. Note contrast between nested drift sheets of the Itkillik River valley and less regular drift distributions farther east.

Unit ad is drift of Anaktuvuk River age (see map insert and Appendix for all other unit designations). Shaded rectangle is the northern part of upper Kuparuk.

Compilation of geology of Bowser and Sustut Basins draped on shaded relief map, north-central British Columbia: Geological Survey of Canada Open-Fileand British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Petroleum Geology Open-Filescaleb, Surficial geology, Aroostook, Victoria County, New Brunswick: Geological Survey Canada Preliminary Map 34—, ScaleSurficial geology of Canterbury.

Woodstock, Florenceville. and Andover map areas, Carleton and Victoria Counties, New. USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) National Geologic Map Database. Ranges from to ft thick. One section + ft thick measured on spur east-northeast of Pinyon Peak in W1/2 T9S, R2W, Utah Co, Wasatch uplift, and second section ft thick in N1/2 NE1/4 T10S, R3W, Juab Co, in main Tintic district, Great Basin province.

The McDame property is located kilometers north-northeast of the town of Dease Lake, in the north-central part of British Columbia, Canada and kilometers SSW of the town of Watson Lake, Yukon.

It is situated on NTS map sheets P/05 (B.C. claim map P, ), at Latitude 59 degrees 16’34”N, Longitude degrees 33’44”W, and. North Central Utah Salt Lake City is the cultural center of Utah and where most of the state's people reside.

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Perlite has a number of industrial and agricultural applications. There are at least 23 known occurrences in British Columbia, which are listed in MINFILE (a British .Interesting History of Lake Superior Compiled by Emily Stehr [email protected] “Lake Superior: a lake in the north central United States and southern Canada: the northernmost of the Great Lakes; the largest of fresh water in the world.

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