2 edition of Geology and scenery: north shore of Lake Huron Region found in the catalog.
Geology and scenery: north shore of Lake Huron Region
Robertson, James Alexander
by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Division of Mines in [Toronto]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 222-224.
|Statement||by J. A. Robertson and K. D. Card.|
|Series||Geological guidebook ;, no. 4|
|Contributions||Card, K. D., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE191 .R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 224 p.|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||73159762|
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Geology and scenery: north shore of Lake Huron Region. [Toronto] Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Division of Mines  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Alexander Robertson; K D Card.
Geology and scenery: north shore of Lake Huron Region, (Geological guidebook) James Alexander Robertson Published by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Division of Mines.
Others summarize the archaeological geology of regions such as Alaska, western Canada, glacial Lake Agassiz basin, the central and southern Great Plains, or the North American continental shelf.
Others focus more generally on topics such as the old copper industry of the continent, point-bar geoarchaeology of the Savannah River valley, and. It's called Geology and Scenery of the North Shore of Lake Huron Region.
This book is like a travel guide that talks about some fabulous side trips you can take as well as the local mineralogy and old mines that are in the area.
A document prepared by the Ontario Geological Survey entitled “Geology and Scenery - North Shore of Lake Huron Region” says this about the journey through the area: “This journey goes through some of Ontario’s most delightful lakeshore scenery and passes from the Precambrian rocks of the mainland to the Paleozoic rocks and Pleistocene and recent deposits of Manitoulin and the other islands.
Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Basement Rocks Penokean Fold Belt Sudbury Structure Structure and Metamorphism Regional Tectonic History Summary Stop Descriptions — Author: K.D. Card. The Huronian glaciation was named due to evidence collected from Lake Huron region.
The northern parts of the lake include the North Channel and Georgian Bay. Across the lake to the southwest is Saginaw Bay. The main inlet is the St. Marys River, and the main outlet is the St. Clair nates: 44°48′N 82°24′W / °N.
Bigsby visited Mackinac Island and the north shore of Lake Huron in and in During Henry Rowe Schoolcraft also visited the area and described the rocks in a book published in Twenty years later the rocks of the Straits area were described by Michigan's first State Geologist, Douglass Houghton.
GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF INDIAN RESERVE 26 Location lue Manitoulin Island Indian Reserve is located east of Manitownning Bay and South Bay on the east end of Manitoulin Island. The Reserve is bounded on the east by Georgian Bay of Lake Huron.
General Geology The general geology is illustrated on Maps and Geology/History of the Island and Region. The history of the island begins with geology, then continues with biology, anthropology, history on up to current events.
fur trade from the Lake Superior area up to their facilities on Hudson Bay rather than send the furs through the North Channel and Lake Huron. Physical Geology 4 NRT Eng, R.C.Mountaineering – The Freedom of the Hills, (8th Edition) The Mountaineers Books Pye.
E.G. Roadside Geology of Ontario: North Shore of Lake Superior. Ontario GEOservices Centre, ROCK ON Series 2, pp. Some Other Resources Available on Reserve in the Library: Eyles, N.
Pye, E.G. Roadside Geology of Ontario: North Shore of Lake Superior; Ontario GEOservices Centre, ROCK ON Series 2, pp. Robertson, J.A. and K. Card. Geology and Scenery, North Shore of Lake Huron Region; Ontario Geological Survey, Geological Guide Book 4, pp.
Regional Geology 7 NRT Book, 3 rd Edition. Toronto, Government. The potential of the region is written about in Edith M. Cameron’s book “Pioneers in a Land of Promise”.
In the book it is quoted, “The North Shore of Lake Huron presents an undulating country, rising into hills which sometimes attain the height of and feet above the lake. Watsonn. Seasonal and horizontal distnbution pattern of planktonic crustaacea in Georgian Bay and North Channel, Lake Huron in J.
Great Lakes Res 3 – & K. D Card Geology and scenery - north shore of Lake Huron region. Ontario Min. Nat Res. Div. of Mines. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive; Buy this book on Cited by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Chapman and Putnam offered only a single sentence on the origin of the Great Lakes in their book The Physiography of Southern Ontario. They wrote (Chapman and Putnam, p. 13): The basins of Lakes Ontario, Huron, and Superior extend to below sea level; as such scooping-out could not have been the work of a river, it is attributed to glaciers.A popular holiday spot, the southern section of the Lake Huron shoreline is Ontario at its most delightful, with long sandy beaches and a steep bluff trailing along the lakeshore – all interrupted by the occasional river valley and a string of pretty country towns.
The water is much less polluted than Lake Ontario, the sunsets are fabulously beautiful, and in The Pinery the region possesses.Shore birds of many kinds migrate across the lake or follow the north-south shores of Lakes Huron and Michigan.
Of the odd species of birds found in the Great Lakes region, a number characterize the upper lakes and give a distinct Canadian or northern flavor to the area.