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Contwoyto Lake is a lake in the Kitikmeot Region of the Canadian territory of Nunavut, located near the border with the Northwest a total area District of Mackenzie. book km 2 ( sq mi), it is the territories' tenth largest lake. Lupin Mine is located near Contwoyto Lake. The lake is also the terminus of the Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road from Tibbitt Lake in the Northwest Territories Location: Kitikmeot Region, Nunavut.
Get this from a library. Contwoyto Lake map-area, District of Mackenzie. [Leo Paul Tremblay]. Golden Valley Formation in Blue Buttes area i n SE TN, R94W 25 Wiota gravel in NW TN, RW 2 6 Multiple tills in pasture in NEsec 3, TN, RW 29 Multiple tills in Lake Sakakawea bluffs in TN, R96W 30 Current drainage and Pleistocene drainage change s in McKenzie County 31 Covers parts of NTS 76E/, /12 and /13 in the Contwoyto Lake map area, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
The southern edge of the study area is located approximately 50 km north of Lac de Gras. Contwoyto Lake is located just north and east of the study area. Rectangular area, extending from longitude W to W, and from Cambridge Bay to Contwoyto Lake outlines the region studied.
The dotted line indicates the approximate northern limit of trees; black square = Melville Sound, triangle = Bathurst Inlet, and the circle = MacAlpine Lake.
area was glaciated during the Wisconsin by: Geology of northern Contwoyto Lake area, district of Mackenzie. Geology of Northern Contwoyto Lake Area Information Canada, Steele, Peter.
The Man Who Mapped the Arctic:The Intrepid Life of George Back, Franklin's Lieutenant. (), ppff. References ↑ Contwoyto Lake at the Atlas of Canada; External links.
Contwoyto Lake at The Atlas of Canada; Case Study. Geology of Beechey Lake map-area, District of Mackenzie: a part of the Western Canadian Precambrian Shield (76G), on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology of Beechey Lake map-area, District of Mackenzie: a part of the Western Canadian Precambrian Shield (76G).
Quaternary geology and implications for drift prospecting in the Napaktulik Lake, Point Lake, Contwoyto Lake map areas, northwest Slave Province, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research E, p. District of Mackenzie, N. J.P. Grotzinger!, R.D. Adamsl, D.S.
McConnick2, and P. Myrow3 mapped from the Bear Creek Hills to the northern Tinney Hills along the cast side of Bathurst Inlet, and from the Western River to Contwoyto Lake. These two outcrop belts are separated by the Bathurst Fault which has approximately. Read Volume 20 Issue 2 of Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology.
MacKenzie Lakes are located south west of Prince George. They are small lakes, with an average fishery, with some anglers reporting trout up to 25 inches. In. The District of Keewatin was a territory of Canada and later an administrative district of the Northwest was created in by the Keewatin Act, and originally it covered a large area west of Hudsonit became a part of the Northwest Territories and inits southern parts were adjoined to the provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, leaving the remainder, now called.
J.R. Henderson's 14 research works with citations and 98 reads, including: Geology of High Lake Greenstone Belt, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological notes on northeastern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geol. Surv. Can., Paper (in preparation). The Epworth Group, Rocknest Lake area.
Sincethe Red Lake mining industry has dominated both the industrial and physical landscape of the Red Lake region. Red Lake boasts one of Canada’s top gold mines and has been home to 29 producing mines.
Beneath It All: Red Lake's Mining Story explores the rich history of mining in Red Lake and the people and stories that make it what. Contwoyto Lake. 6 likes. Contwoyto Lake is a lake in the Kitikmeot Region of the Canadian territory of Nunavut, located near the border with the.
Learn about Yukon bedrock geology, Yukon surficial geology and Yukon geothermal energy and the work the Yukon Geological Survey does. Energy, Mines and Resources. The table provides information about all GeologyOntario databases. Find out more about each database by clicking the link under the Database Description column.
Each database can be. Effluent from diamond mining operations rich in calcium (Ca) has transformed softwater tundra lakes in the Northwest Territories, Canada. Lakes downstream of the Dominion Diamond Corporation Ekati Mine have experienced marked changes in water chemistry and cladoceran community composition since establishment of the mine in Get this from a library.
Geological notes, Itchen Lake map-area, District of Mackenzie. [H H Bostock]. van Breemen, O., King, J.E., and Davis, W.J. U–Pb zircon and monazite ages from plutonic rocks in the Contwoyto – Nose Lakes map area, central Slave, District of Mackenzie.
In Radiogenic ages and isotope studies, Report 3. Geological Survey of Canada, Paperpp. 29– Google Scholar. Precambrian Research, 14 () Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands DIVERGENT FOLD OVERTURNING AND REGIONAL TECTONICS, SOUTHERN SLAVE PROVINCE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES W.K.
FYSON Department of Geology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario KIN 6N5 (Canada) (Received April 1. Mackenzie River, major river system in the drainage pattern of northwestern North basin is the largest in Canada, and it is exceeded on the continent only by the Mississippi-Missouri system.
The Mackenzie system drains an area of somesquare miles (1, square km), which is almost as large as the headwaters of the Finlay River, which flows into Williston.
The ca. – Ga Slave Province is a “granitegreenstone” terrane comprising deformed sedimentary and subordinate volcanic belts extensively intruded by granitoid rocks. The Nd isotopic data are reported for 58 samples of supracrustal and granitoid rocks exposed along a km, east-west, transect at 65°N across the structural grain of the province.
Lake Mackenzie is located in Briscoe County, Texas 12 miles northwest of Silverton and 27 miles east of Tulia. Operated by Mackenzie Municipal Water Authority, the lake was created to furnish water to member cities of Floydada, Lockney, Silverton, and Tulia.
It also provides many recreation activities for the communities in the surrounding area. tology and significance of the Kimerot and Bear Creek groups, Kilohigok Basin, District of Mackenzie; 0.
Current Research, Part A, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper lA, p. Lake Pukaki, Mackenzie District, Canterbury Region, New Zealand: Lake Pukaki is square kilometres in area, the largest of three roughly parallel alpine north-south trending lakes, at the northern edge of the MacKenzie Basin.
They were formed when terminal. Author of Silicified Upper Ordovician--Lower Silurian ostracodes from the Avalanche Lake area, southwestern District of Mackenzie, Contributions to Canadian paleontology, Fossils of Ontario, Part 3, Contributions to Canadian paleontology, The arthropod fauna of the upper Carboniferous rocks of the Maritime Provinces, Middle Ordovician Ostracoda [from Southwestern] District of Mackenzie.
Craig BG () Glacial Lake McConnell, and the surficial geology of parts of Slave River and Redstone River map-areas, District of MacKenzie.
Geol Surv Can Bull Google Scholar Dionne J-C () Formes et phénomènes périglacaires en Jamésie, Québec subarctique. pected that other pegmatites occur near the west end of Contwoyto Lake.
In the years tothe District of Keewatin that lies west of Hudson Bay was the. Its northern coast is on the Beaufort ragged eastern boundary mostly follows the divide between the Yukon Basin and the Mackenzie.
Mackenzie is a friendly community of about 3, residents nestled between the Rocky and Omineca Mountains. This website contains basic information on the District of Mackenzie. Mackenzie District Northwest Territories Contwoyto Lake (7) Coppermine River (9) Lupin Mine (3) Northern Rocky Mountains (1) Tintina Fault (1) Western Interior Western.
Ina winter road to service the mining areas was constructed from just north of Yellowknife to Contwoyto Lake, a distance of approximately km (figure C-1). This is the longest heavy-haul ice road in the world, and 85% of it runs over frozen lakes.
The road must be rebuilt every year between November and January. Glaciation was the main geologic influence on much of North Dakota’s landscape.
The Ice Age, a time geologists also refer to as the Pleistocene Epoch, includes most of the past three million years of geologic time. Glaciers advanced over the northern plains several times during the Ice Age, reaching northern and eastern North Dakota.
from Gcologiical Survey o€ Canada Paper Map which accompanies this paper, has been used as a base for indicating compeknt bedrock that is available at or near the surface. GENERAL GEOLOGY AND PHYSIOGRAPHY Except for the Horn Plateau at its sourtheastern comer, the Bulmer Lake map-area falls entirely in the Great Slave Plain physiographic region.
* The mainstem McKenzie River is about 90 miles long, and the total area of the watershed is about 1, square miles.
The source of the mainstem is near Clear Lake in the Cascade Mountains. * The unique geology of the High Cascades in the watershed provides a constant supply of clear, cold water.
Mackenzie Municipal Water Authority owns 2, acres. The Water Treatment plant is located on the south side of the lake. All facilities, including land, dam, Water Treatment Plant, pipelines, and pump stations were financed by the four cities and the taxpayers of each city. Online shopping for Physical - Geology from a great selection at Books Store.
Lake Mackenzie (Red River Basin) Lake Mackenzie, also known as Mackenzie Reservoir, is located about nine miles northwest of Silverton in Briscoe County, Texas on Tule Creek, a tributary of the Red River. The reservoir extends into Swisher County and has a drainage area of square miles.
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Geologic data for the Lake Superior region were compiled principally from the maps cited below. Most of the cited maps in tum are compilations of other maps; references to the original map data are found in the bibliographies of the regional compilations listed here.Study area and flight tracks.
(a) Location of the study area and state of the permafrost (map modified after ref. 45), (b) flight tracks of two flight campaigns in and across the Mackenzie Delta, the adjacent Richards Island (RI) and the Yukon coastal plain (YCP).The black line marks the sharp transition between discontinuous permafrost in the delta to continuous permafrost on RI.Mackenzie Mountains, northern extension of the Rocky Mountains, in Yukon and in Inuvik and Fort Smith regions (Northwest Territories), range extends northwestward from the British Columbia border for approximately miles ( km) to the Peel River plateau and the Porcupine River basin.
The mountains serve as the watershed for the basins of the Mackenzie River (east) and Yukon.