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Geological Overview Almost 90% of Québec’s bedrock is composed of Precambrian rocks belonging to the Canadian Shield (north of the Saint Lawrence River). This entry provides access to surficial geology maps that have been published in the Canadian Geoscience Map Series format. Three types of maps are available: 1)Surficial Geology: based on expert-knowledge full air photo interpretation (may include interpretive satellite imagery, Digital Elevation Models (DEM)), incorporating field data and ground truthing resulting from extensive, systematic. Presented here is a surficial geology map index for British Columbia, which is published as BCGS Open File The maps indexed were produced by the British Columbia Geological Survey, the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC), and Geoscience BC. Only maps available for digital download are included. Each map is represented by the actual map extent rather than a bounding box or NTS sheet. This document describes the Quaternary stratigraphy, surficial geology, and Quaternary history of the area covered by the Sand River area (NTS 73L), east-central Alberta. Eight glacial and nonglacial formations were defined for the Quaternary sequence in the Sand River area.
Geology. Ninety percent of Québec’s bedrock consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. This geological assemblage is world-renowned for its gold, copper, zinc, nickel, iron, and ilmenite deposits. World-class ore deposits. Exploration conducted by mining stakeholders, both public and private, has led to the discovery of several. Geology Ninety percent of Québec’s bedrock consists of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. This geological assemblage is world-renowned for its gold, copper, zinc, nickel, iron, and ilmenite deposits. World-class ore deposits. SURFICIAL GEOLOGY OF EDMUNDSTON, MADAWASKA AND TEMISCOUATA COUNTIES, NEW BRUNSWICK AND QUEBEC INTRODUCTION Field work on which this report is based was done in the field season. The map-area covers square miles situated in northwestern New Brunswick, county of Madawaska, with a small corner in the province of Quebec. Resource for maps and related data about geology, hazards, earth resources, geophysics, geochemistry, geochronology, paleontology and marine geology. 85,+ maps, images, data, and products. Data viewer allows the user to find regional geologic maps and information in the Map Catalogue and Lexicon of Geologic Names (Geolex).
Abstract. This digital product (Version 1 released as DP ME ) is a digital version of Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources (NSDNR) Published Map ME , Surficial Geology Map of the Province of Nova Scotia, compiled by R. R. Stea, H. Conley and Y. Brown, Home» Mines and Minerals» Geology. Indexes of Maps (in map format) The maps indexed here represent more than years of geologic mapping by the Mines and Minerals Division, the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS) and its predecessor organizations. Surficial Geology contains a layer which depicts the distribution and characteristics of surficial deposits across southern includes: surficial geology units, linear features such as eskers and bluffs, point features such as drumlins or striae, gravel pit and quarry ad the Surficial Geology data in GIS format. Digital version of map A: surficial geology - géologie de surface, Ottawa, Ontario-Québec (31G/5), Geological Survey of Canada, Open File File format pdf; JPEG