2 edition of Glacial Limits and Flow Patterns, Yukon Territory, South of 65 Degrees North Latitude. found in the catalog.
Glacial Limits and Flow Patterns, Yukon Territory, South of 65 Degrees North Latitude.
Geological Survey of Canada.
|Series||Paper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 68-34|
|Contributions||Hughes, O.L., Campbell, R.B., Wheeler, J.O.|
Yukon - Yukon - Land: Much of the territory remains unspoiled wilderness, but the impact of people on the environment is apparent. Near the settlements reliance on wood for fuel has destroyed timber, and in remoter places forest fires have often gone uncontrolled. In addition, surface mining has scarred the landscape near Dawson, in the west-central part of the territory, and near Whitehorse. For years, glacial runoff was the major water source for Kluane Lake, flowing in by way of the Slims River. But in May , Kluane Lake levels dropped precipitously.
Canada's Yukon Territory is roughly triangular in shape, and most of its western border is shared with Alaska along degrees west longitude. Most of its southern border is shared with the. "Southern Ocean" is an obsolete name for the Pacific Ocean or South Pacific, coined by Vasco Núñez de Balboa, the first European to discover it, who approached it from the north. The "South Seas" is a less archaic synonym. A British Act of Parliament established a prize for discovering a Northwest Passage to "the Western and Southern Ocean of America".
According to Environment Canada, a community near the glacier, Haines Junction, Yukon, reached C on July That was the hottest July 22 on record for the area. The following few days all. As well, several C14 ages obtained from southern Mackenzie Mountains indicate that the Laurentide ice was present close to y B.P. just south of Keele River latitude. This coincides with ages obtained for the drainage of glacial Lake Mackenzie in the same area ca. 9ka.
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Geological Survey of Canada, Paper Observed parameters for turbidity-current Can. The use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon Territory. Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin48 p Glacial Limits and Flow Patterns, Yukon Territory.
glacial limits and patterns of regional ice flow simply by study of the map and figures 1 and 2. The map and figures 1 and 2 depict ice-flow patterns and selected glacial limits in a very large geographic region.
Comprehensive discussion of data from this region is beyond the scope of. The Mount Nansen ore deposit consists of a system of narrow steeply dipping veins in metamorphic rocks of Precambrian to Paleozoic age, andesitic volcanics and granodioritic to granitic intrusives of Mesozoic Glacial Limits and Flow Patterns, and Cretaceous to early Tertiary dacitic porphyries.
Pyrite, arsenopyrite, sphalerite, galena and freibergite are the main constituents of the sulphide ore which has been mined for. The Yukon Geological Survey creates and maintains a collection of interactive maps and data discovery tools.
Geology. Energy Mines and Resources. Bedrock. Drill. Glacier. Mineral. Mining. Terranes. Landform. Geophysics. Surficial. Creek in the southwest Yukon, was first occupied betw BP, shortly after the area became deglaciated at aro BP.
Despite the early occupation of KaVn-2 just after glacial retreat, and the presence of alpine sites as old as BP to the south, there are no known valley-bottom sites that have been.
Glaciers exist on every continent except Australia. Approximate distribution is% in Antarctica8% in GreenlandLess than % in North America (about % in Alaska)% in AsiaLess than % is in South America, Europe, Africa, New Zealand, and Irian Jaya.
Yukon Geography Human Geography. STUDY. PLAY. 0 degrees latitude and divides latitude lines north and south. Polder. A piece of land that is created by draining water from an area.
Plate Tectonics. Glaciers exist in both the United States and Canada. Most U.S. glaciers are in Alaska; others can be found in Washington, Oregon, California, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and Nevada (Wheeler Peak Glacier in Great Basin National Park).Reputedly, Utah’s Timpanogos Glacier is now a rock glacier (in which the ice is hidden by rocks), and Idaho’s Otto Glacier has melted Figure 2.
Schematic representation of regional ice-flow patterns during three Laurentide continental glacial maxima. Note that the northern boundary of the map of glacial limits (above) is lat 50° N.; the northern boundary in this figure (1A–C) is north of lat 50° N.
The west boundary of the map of glacial limits. Glacial Periods in Earth’s History We are currently in the middle of a glacial period (although it’s less intense now than it years ago) but this is not the only period of glaciation in Earth’s history; there have been many in the distant past, as illustrated in Figure In general, however, Earth has been warm enough to be ice-free for much more of the time than it.
Journal of Glaciology 8, Rampton, V. Neoglacial fluctuations of the Natazhat and Klutlan glaciers, Yukon Territory, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Science 7, Rampton, V. Holocene glacial and tree-line variations in the White River Valley and Skolai Pass, Alaska and Yukon Territory: a discussion.
glacial scour along with the erosion, transportation, and deposition of glacially-derived sediments plays a major role in altering surrounding topography and drainage patterns of watersheds (Menzies ). Early in a glacial cycle, valleys and lowland topography will fill with ice.
Mild glacial movement will dominate this lowland topography. Yukon Territory, Canada Lat Long Coordinates Info. The latitude of Yukon Territory, Canada isand the longitude is Yukon Territory, Canada is located at Canada country in the Territories place category with the gps coordinates of 64° 0' '' N and ° 0' '' W.
Lines of longitude are each degrees in length, and latitude lines are all degrees in length. Degrees of latitude have the same mileage all over the Earth. undertook the ﬁ rst study of the glacial record in the Uintas, producing a map and a report detailing the distribution of glacial deposits on the north and south slopes of the range (Atwood, ).
Atwood divided end moraines, ground moraine and outwash deposits into two groups representing an older and younger glaciation. Yukon Location of LATITUDE & LONGITUDE: Latitude/Longitude (Absolute Locations) Whitehorse: (capital city) 60º 72' N / º 06' W Old Crow: 67º 58' N, º 82' W Dawson: 64º 06' N / º 43' W Watson Lake: 60° 3' N / ° 42' W.Other articles where Glaciation is discussed: glacial landform: are being produced today in glaciated areas, such as Greenland, Antarctica, and many of the world’s higher mountain ranges.
In addition, large expansions of present-day glaciers have recurred during the course of Earth history. At the maximum of the last ice age, which ended ab to 15, years ago.Glaciers can change the drainage patterns of rivers, lakes and streams.
What is Till? Melt water moves glacial debris as any river would. Fast moving water can move heavy particles like ground and rocks Mild temperature ( degrees) Sedimentary, Igneous Tourism, mining Newfoundland, Ontario and central of Alberta.