Surficial Geology of Big Kazzas Lake, Yukon Territory.

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Get this from a library. Surficial geology and geomorphology, Aishihik Lake, Yukon Territory. [Owen Lloyd Hughes] -- This report describes the geology and geology of the Aishihik Lake area in the southwest Yukon, and covers the physiographic setting, glacial limits and flow patterns, stratigraphy, drainage changes.

Get this from a library. Surficial geology and geomorphology, Aishihik Lake, Yukon Territory. [Owen Lloyd Hughes; Geological Survey of Canada.]. Geologic Reconnaissance of the Yukon Flats District, Alaska: A Reconnaissance of the Bedrock and Surficial Geology of the Yukon Flats Cenozoic Basin (Geologic Survey Bulletin, H) [John R.

Williams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying John R. Williams. Surficial geology is the study of unconsolidated sediments such as: gravel; sand; silt; and; clay. These sediments were deposited million years ago during the Quaternary period.

They form the foundation on which we live our lives. Our geologists map, describe and interpret the origin and evolution of surficial sediments.

Surficial geology of Klaza River (J/01), Yukon (1: 50 scale). Yukon Geological Survey, Energy, Mines and Resources, Government of Yukon, Open File Abstract: The Klaza River map area encompasses the confluence of the Klaza and Nisling rivers near the southeastern end of theDawson Range.

Welcome to the Yukon Geological Survey's Integrated Data System (YGSIDS). We are in the process of merging all of our data into one system (see the current state of the conversion process).When this process is complete, the YGSIDS will include all of the Yukon Geological.

Surficial geological map (, scale) of Dublin Gulch area, central Yukon (NTS D/4) including marginal notes on physiography, glacial history, placer gold potential and terrain hazards. Also included are 5 generalized stratigraphic sections.

Abstract. This GIS dataset is a Yukon-wide compilation of map footprints and associated citation data for published and unpublished surficial geology maps that were incorporated into the Yukon digital surficial geology compilation (Release 1). The maps were originally produced by the GSC, YGS, Yukon Government and various universities.

Surficial geology north of 60°: an update of map compilations for the Slave and Western Churchill provinces Conference Paper · January with 11 Reads How we measure 'reads'. A microscopic analysis of an ash sample collected near the southeast shore of Kluane Lake, southwestern Yukon Territory, in showed it to be composed of whole and broken euhedral crystals of plagioclase (An 35 to An 50), hornblende, biotite, and a trace of John J.

Clague. Thorkelson, Derek J., Geology and mineral occurrences of the Slats Creek, Fairchild Lake and “Dolores Creek” areas, Wernecke Mountains (D/16, C/13, C/14), Yukon Territory. Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Bulletin 10, 73p.

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Production by K-L Services, Whitehorse, Yukon. Ecoregions of the Yukon Territory, Part 2 PHYSIOGRAPHY The Yukon Southern Lakes Ecoregion, a large area of rounded summits and broad valleys, is part of the Yukon Plateau physiographic unit as defined by Bostock () and Hughes (b).

Most of this ecoregion is located in the Yukon, but a portion extends south into British Columbia to. A 4·7 km2 field of sediment waves occurs in front of the Slims River delta in Kluane Lake, the largest lake in the Yukon Territory.

Slims River heads in the Kaskawulsh Glacier, part of the St Elias Ice Field and discharges up to m3 s−1 of water with suspended sediment concentrations of up to 7 g l−1.

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On the nature and origin of "muck" deposits in the Klondike area, Yukon Territory Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 34(10) · April with 84 Reads.

Sedimentation in glacially-fed Kluane Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada [Merwyn Leonard Bryan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying Merwyn Leonard Bryan. Located in the northwest region of Canada, the Yukon is bordered by Alaska to the west, the Northwest Territories to the east, the Beaufort Sea to the north, and British Columbia to the south.

There’s an abundance of alpine-fed lakes, wild rivers, white-capped mountains, tundra and more boreal forest than you can shake a boreal stick at.

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Ryan, J.J. and Gordey, S.P. a: New geological mapping in Yukon–Tanana terrane near Thistle Creek, Stewart River map area, Yukon Territory; Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research Yukon Geological Survey: Recent Publications View the latest brochures, databases, Mining and Petroleum Environment Research Group reports, open files and posters produced by the Yukon Geological Survey.

Yukon Minerals Advisory Board This board was established to advise the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources on mineral development matters. The Yukon–Tanana Terrane (YTT) is a tectonic terrane that extends from central Alaska through central Yukon and into northern British Columbia, Canada and Southeast Alaska, USA.

Extending over km, the YTT is the largest tectonostratigraphic terrane in the northern North American Cordillera. and the economic framework, of this large tract of Yukon-Tanana terrane by mapping about 2/3 of the area over a four year period. Geology is being interpreted in light of new geophysical data collected in this area under the Tar-geted Geoscience Initiative (Figure 2; Shives and others, ).

Concurrent surficial geological studies were aimed. The largest lake of Yukon is Kluane Lake at km 2 ( sq mi) located at an elevation of m (2, ft)Provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New. The West Glacier Trail is 6 km each way, climbing steeply from the moraine on the west side of the lake onto a high rock shoulder, giving splendid views down to the glacier; a second shoulder about m above lake level provides a fine A GUIDE TO THE GEOLOGY OF ALASKA AND YUKON Cited by: 2.

Kluane Lake Map-Area, Yukon Territory (G, F e 1/2) Memoir [J.E. Muller] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Binding UnknownAuthor: J.E. Muller. There are three hydroelectric generating stations in Yukon: one at Schwatka Lake in Whitehorse, another near Mayo and a third on Aishihik Lake. While Yukon is mostly covered with forests, most of the trees are small and take a long time to grow and regenerate because of the dry cold climate.

Kluane Lake is located in the southwest area of the is the largest lake contained entirely within Yukon at approximately km 2 ( sq mi): 1 and 81 km (50 mi) long.: 1 UntilKluane Lake was fed by the A'ay Chu (Slims River), which was composed of meltwater from the Kaskawulsh Glacier, located within Kluane National drains into the Kluane River, whose waters flow Location: Yukon.

Jun 06,  · Rivers of the Yukon Territory series: Yukon River; Marsh Lake, Yukon, to Circle, Alaska [Mike Rourke] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A detailed guide, with many maps and photos, of canoeing the Yukon River from Marsh Lake, in the Yukon Territory5/5(2).

Geological Survey of Canada Paper Reconnaissance of the Ordovician and Silurian Rocks of Northern Yukon Territory [B.S. Norford] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying B.S. Norford. The Yukon River Basin is located between the Yukon Territory in Canada and Alaska, with a small portion in British Columbia.

This basin is made up of 13 other individual basins that drain into the Yukon River and other adjoining rivers and Yukon River Basin issquare miles (, km 2) in area and 1, miles (3, km) in length.⁃ location: Alaska and The Yukon Territory.

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Parking is available nearby. Let us know if it is wheelchair accessible - we think it was.of the geology and are uniformly structured for ease in develop-ing regional- and national-scale maps. The ,scale geologic map of the Yukon-Koyukuk Basin, Alaska, covers more thansquare kilometers of. western Alaska or nearly 15 percent of the total land area of the state (fig.

1). It stretches from the Brooks Range on the north.Quality of Life. Home to some of the most spectacular scenery in Canada, the City of Whitehorse, the Wilderness City, is nestled on the banks of the famous Yukon River surrounded by mountains and pristine lakes.

With its magnificent landscape and vibrant city lifestyle, it is no small wonder over 27, () people enjoy living here year round.