2 edition of Geology of South Patten River area, District of Cochrane by S. B. Lumbers. found in the catalog.
Geology of South Patten River area, District of Cochrane by S. B. Lumbers.
S. B. Lumbers
|Other titles||South Patten River area.|
|Series||Ontario Dept. of Mines Geological Report -- 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 40 p :|
|Number of Pages||40|
Type section, locality, area and/or origin of name: Not designated. Origin of name not stated by author (Maxwell, ). Type section: in SE/4 sec. 5, T. 2 N., R. 6 E. [Pontotoc Co., OK]. Well exposed along banks of small tributary entering Chimneyhill Creek (Amsden, ). AAPG geologic province: Arkoma basin South Oklahoma folded belt. Both the quality of the park and the clear, spring-fed lake bring people to this area. Lake Cochrane was named for the area's first homesteader, Byron J. Cochrane, who settled on the south side of the lake in The area's rich farmlands and attractive setting soon attracted other homesteaders.
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Lumbers, S. Geology of South Patten River area, District of Cochrane. Toronto: Frank Fogg, Printer to the Queen, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S B Lumbers.
southeast corner of Abbotsford township, District of Cochrane, was mapped inat a scale of l inch to 1/4 mile, by Ontario Department of Mines geologist S.B. Lumbers. He subsequently produced a report, in(GR No 14, South Patten River Area, S.B.
Lumbers, ) which details his findings. The surficial deposits of Cochrane District consist mainly of three sheetlike stratigraphic units: lower till, which records regional glaciation during the Wisconsin stage, overlies Precambrian bedrock, and is overlain by mostly varved sediment of the Barlow–Ojibway Formation, which was deposited in glacial Lake Barlow–Ojibway during northward retreat of the ice margin.
Geology along the Bow river between Cochrane and Kananaskis, Alberta. Edmonton, Printed by W.D. McLean, acting king's printer, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ralph L Rutherford.
Rutherford, R.L. (): Geology along the Bow River between Cochrane and Kananaskis, Alberta; Research Council of Alberta, RCA/AGS Rep 64 p. Around million years ago, the last Ice Age began. The Ice Age brought high-moisture to the area, giving more energy to local rivers.
Instead of the rivers meandering and dropping sediments, they carved through the rocks forming canyons. The Canadian River has carved out more than feet of rock creating the Canadian River Breaks.
OF THE AREA ALONG BOW RIVER, ALBERTA BETWEEN Cochrane and Kananaskis Belly River Upper Benton Cardium Lower Benton Blai rmore Palaeozoic 14 4 Sources of Information Geology by R. Rutherford, Base Map and Topography from Sectional Maps, Numbers, and Scale J MILE MILE s Wabash' Oh/ Co.
00 S. Lumbers written for the Ontario Department of Mines, entitled "Geological Report No. 14, South Patten River Area, ", has been extensively employed in the study of the claims. Vineyards also line the bucolic valley of the Gunnison River’s North Fork, just over an hour’s drive from Grand Junction.
There, in the smaller West Elks AVA, a gorgeous area tucked beneath the eroded volcanoes of the West Elk mountains, several family-owned wineries offer great places to taste the AVA’s distinctive terroir. It now appears likely that the area has been well scrutinized by prospector's in the past and that undiscovered surface exposures of economic sulphides are unlikely.
However, the area still has good potential and awaits systematic ground coverage. The Raft River valley, near the boundary of the Snake River plain with the Basin and Range province, is a north-trending late Cenozoic downwarp bounded by faults on the west, south, and east.
Pleistocene alluvium and Miocene-Pliocene tuffaceous sediments, conglomerate, and felsic volcanic rocks aggregate 2 km in thickness.
Large gravity, magnetic, and total field resistivity. Home» Mines and Mineral Division» Land Tenure and Geoscience Resources» Geology Ontario. Search GeologyOntario. Expand to view Table description.
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Each database can be viewed using. Pyke, D.R., ‘Geology of the Timmins area, District of Cochrane’ Ontario Geological Survey Geological Reportp. Google Scholar Riccio, L., ‘Geology of the northeastern portion of the Shawmere anorthosite complex, District of Sudbury’ Ontario Geological Surveyt Open File Reportp.
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U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Geologic Studies of the Platte River, South-Central Nebraska and Adjacent Areas—Geologic Maps, Subsurface Study, and Geologic History Professional Paper Pages in category "Rivers of Cochrane District" The following 77 pages are in this category, out of 77 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes (). Robert Fillmore’s clear, easy-to-read text documents spectacular features of the eastern Colorado Plateau, one of the most interesting and scenic geologic regions in the world.
The area covered in detail stretches from the Book Cliffs to the deep canyons of the San Juan River s: The Greater Platte River Basin area spans a central part of the Midcontinent and Great Plains from the Rocky Mountains on the west to the Missouri River on the east, and is defined to include drainage areas of the Platte, Niobrara, and Republican Rivers, the Rainwater Basin, and other adjoining areas overlying the northern High Plains aquifer.
The town of Cochrane is just west of Calgary and like its larger neighbour is located along the Bow River. Once a quaint little village, it seems to be losing that magic as it experiences explosive growth.
Where there was once charm and serenity, there is now a sprawling bedroom community with gener. Valley based on geologic mapping of the Cenozoic deposits and physiography of the area. North-flowing ancestral river During late Miocene or early Pliocene, northwest-striking faults diverted drainage from the northeast-trending Beaverhead Graben south of the map area (Sears and others, ; Sears and Ryan, )(Fig.
4) into the Divide Valley. The primary concept underlying modern geology comes from the theory of plate tectonics. This theory holds that the earth’s entire surface crust—to a depth of as much as miles ( km)—consists of about 20 slowly moving plates fitting together like the cracked shell of an egg.The primary objective of this report is to summarize the geology and available data of the CO2 No.
1 well site and a mile area of review (AOR) surrounding the site, and to provide a .Unconformably underlies Clarita member (name replaces Maxwell's preoccupied Dillard); unconformably overlies Keel member.
Type locality stated. Type locality: in SE/4 sec. 5, T. 2 N., R. 6 E. [Pontotoc Co., OK]. Well exposed along banks of small tributary entering Chimneyhill Creek. Source: US geologic names lexicon (USGS Bull.p. ).