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Pleistocene geology and ground water resources, township of Etobicoke, York County.

A. K. Watt

Pleistocene geology and ground water resources, township of Etobicoke, York County.

by A. K. Watt

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Published by Department of Mines in Toronto .
Written in English


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SeriesGeological report / Ontario. Department of Mines -- 59
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13942340M

basics of the geology in our area, before moving on to view some specific examples. Lake County geology can be divided into two assemblages of rocks: 1) The basement rocks, which go back to a time when our area was in the deep ocean; and 2) The overlying rocks, which include volcanic deposits and lake beds, which are much younger than the Size: 1MB. Figure 5. Buffalo Creek at low water level, exposing the Tichenor Limestone in the water (left). The lower part of the Moscow Formation is seen in the photo on the right. Stop #4. Eighteen Mile Creek, North Evans, New York. Route 5 overpass of Eighteen Mile Creek, North Evans, New York, Erie County.

  Contemporary New Yorkers co-exist intimately with material traces of powerful geo-forces from deep time. Apartment buildings made of red sandstone from the Triassic ( million years ago) both shelter us and populate our visual space. Materials, colors, and textures that fill our streets are not from the world we inhabit. They are from former worlds. About this book Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Field Trip Guidebooks Series, Volume This guidebook was prepared for field trip T, "Early Proterozoic Rocks of the Great Lakes Region," as part of the 28th International Geological Congress in Washington, D.C., July ,

Date: Creator: Natural Resources Canada Datum: Projection: Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) Scale: Access: web Description: From the web page: \"The Canada Land Use Monitoring Program (CLUMP) was established in by the Lands Directorate of Environment Canada to provide researchers, planners and managers with a database on land . The only outlet for this lake was at Rome and Utica, New York. The water exited to the ocean through the Mohawk and Hudson River Valley. Later this route shifted to a route north of the Adirondacks through the Champlain Valley, which caused the water level in Lake Iroquois to drop 15 meters (50 feet).


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Pleistocene geology and ground water resources, township of Etobicoke, York County by A. K. Watt Download PDF EPUB FB2

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