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Geology, Echo Bay-Macalpine Channel area, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

R.S Hildebrand

Geology, Echo Bay-Macalpine Channel area, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories

by R.S Hildebrand

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Published by Geological Survey of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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SeriesCanada. Geological Survey. Map 1546A
The Physical Object
Pagination1 sheet scale 1:50 000
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22066071M

Echo Bay Mine (Cross Fault shaft), Port Radium District, Great Bear Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada: The Echo Bay mine operated during the 's and 70's producing silver from a Five-Element Type ore deposit. Unlike the nearby Eldorado mine, also a . Objective(s): To further the knowledge of the geology of the Redstone Copperbelt - an area of copper deposits within the Mackenzie Mountains. Project Description: The objective of this research project is to further the knowledge of the geology of the Redstone Copperbelt - an area of copper deposits within the Mackenzie Mountains. This will lead to a clearer understanding of the science behind.

Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories, Canada Lat Long Coordinates Info. The latitude of Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories, Canada is , and the longitude is Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories, Canada is located at Canada country in the Rivers place category with the gps coordinates of 62° 8' '' N and ° 47' '' W. The Mackenzie Delta region (Fig. 1) lies in the northwestern comer of the District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories, Canada. The region forms an interface between alpine tundra, low arctic tundra, and the northernmost extension of taiga in North America. In this paper we consider the small mammals of the region; that is, those.

  It’s 15 degrees above freezing today, which means the East channel of the Mackenzie River is starting to open. Every year the ice on the river moves suddenly. It melts and loosens for a while before a chain reaction begins to push ice down the river. People in Inuvik have betting pools. When will the ice clear from the river completely? NOTES ON THE MAMMALS OF THE MACKENZIE DISTRICT, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES A. W. F. Banfield* A LTHOUGH there are several accounts of the mammals of the Mackenzie District, notably those of Preble (), Porsild (), and Clarke (), such literature is still sufficiently scarce for the following notes on.


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Hildebrand RS () Geology, Echo Bay–MacAlpine Channel area, district of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories: Geological Survey Canada, Map A, scaleGoogle Scholar Hildebrand RS () Geology of the Camsell, River-Conjuror Bay area, Northwest Territories: Early Proterozoic cauldrons, stratovolcanoes and subvolcanic by: The Western Channel Diabase is widely distributed near eastern Great Bear Lake (Fig.

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The publications are: Carlin-type gold and clastic-dominated zinc-lead potential of the Misty Creek Embayment Region, Mackenzie Mountains, NWT This report details the.

Geological notes on northeastern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories / by J.A. Fraser; Surficial geology of Tuktoyaktuk, district of Mackenzie / V.N. Rampton, M. Bouchard; Camsell Bend and Root River map-areas, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories 95 J, K / by R.J.W.

Ontaratue River, J, Travaillant Lake, O, and Canot Lake, P map-areas, District of Mackenzie, N Geological notes on northeastern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories / by J.A.

Fraser; Surficial geology of Tuktoyaktuk, district of Mackenzie / V.N. Rampton, M. Bouchard. Robert S. Hildebrand. Geology of the Rainy Lake-White Eagle Falls area, District of Mackenzie: early Proterozoic cauldrons, stratovolcanoes and subvolcanic plutons.

Geology, Echo. AT THE MEETING of the First International Symposium on Arctic Geology held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, January 11th to 13th,a number of instructive, interesting, and original papers were presented, and essentially all of them are printed in the pages of The Geology of the Arctic volumes I and II.

The idea of calling such a meeting was conceived by several members of the Alberta Society. Join us in achieving large-scale conservation. Student programs in Patagonia, Botswana, Mongolia, Belize, Canada.

Learn more at   Karen McColl is in the bow. Panorama below the Sans Sault rapids of the Mackenzie River in the Northwest Territories. Pugh, D.C.,Pre-Mesozioc Geology in the Subsurface of Peel River map area, Yukon Territory and District of Mackenzie: Geological Survey of Canada Memoir61p.

AAPG Search and Discovery Article # CSPG/CSEG/CWLS GeoConventionCalgary, Alberta, Canada, MayHildebrand, R.S.,Geology of the Camsell River-Conjuror Bay area, Northwest Territories: early Proterozoic cauldrons, stratovolcanoes and subvolcanic plutons; Geological Survey of.

Travel back in time with a guided hunting trip by horseback in sheep country in the NWT's Mackenzie Mountains. Due to COVID (Coronavirus) the NWT borders are closed to all non-essential travel.

For more information, see border information from the Government of the Northwest Territories at. The District of Mackenzie was a regional administrative district of Canada's Northwest district consisted of the portion of the Northwest Territories directly north of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan on Canada's mainland.

Along with the District of Keewatin and the District of Franklin, it was one of the last remaining districts of the old Northwest Territories. Pages in category "Geology of the Northwest Territories" The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Book your tickets online for Mackenzie River, Northwest Territories: See 4 reviews, articles, and 2 photos of Mackenzie River, ranked No on Tripadvisor among 78 attractions in Northwest Territories.5/5(4).

Published On: November 1st, Author: Merrell-Ann Phare, Ralph Pentland, Michael Miltenberger, Oliver M. Brandes, Mieke Coppes, Carolyn Dubois, and Tony Maas This report, authored by members of the Forum for Leadership on Water (FLOW) and developed in partnership with the Gordon Foundation, provides a detailed examination of the key elements of the Alberta-Northwest Territories Mackenzie.

N.W.T. The Mackenzie Delta is a kilometre wetland corridor covering o square kilometres. To the west of the delta are the Richardson Mountains and to the east are the Caribou Hills.

In between is a maze of waterways and islands, most notably the Mackenzie River. Travel the Dempster Highway to the community of Inuvik, N.W.T., Canada.Other articles where Mackenzie Delta is discussed: Mackenzie River: The delta region: The Mackenzie River delta begins at Point Separation. The mean annual discharge of Mackenzie water into the delta, measured at the confluence of the Arctic Red River, iscubic feet (9, cubic metres) per second, increasing to an average ofcubic feet (15, cubic.

November 3, - The Minister of Transportation provided Members and the public with an update on the current status of the future Mackenzie Valley Highway to Speaker, I rise today to provide Members and the public an update on the current status of the future Mackenzie Valley Highway to Tuktoyaktuk.