Report on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg and adjacent parts of Manitoba and Keewatin

form notes and surveys
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Geology -- Manitoba., Lakes -- Manitoba., Winnipeg, Lake (
Statementby J. Burr Tyrrell ; compiled by D.B. Dowling.
SeriesCIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 33159.
ContributionsDowling, D. B. 1858-1925., Geological Survey of Canada.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination98G p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16933434M
ISBN 100665331592

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Title Report on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg and adjacent parts of Manitoba and Keewatin: from notes and surveys. Report on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg and adjacent parts of Manitoba and Keewatin: from notes and surveys Author: J B Tyrrell ; D B Dowling ; Geological Survey of Canada.

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Under the federal act, the district was governed by an appointed council headed by the Manitoba lieutenant-governor, with its seat of government based in Winnipeg. Available in the National Library of Australia collection.

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Burr Tyrrell, M.A., F.G.S., &c. Detailed mapping and elevation measurements of glacial lake shorelines in the Flin Flon region has permitted the reconstruction of 6 well-defined levels of Lake Agassiz formed around ka to ka 14C BP. The Stonewall, The Pas, Gimli, Grand Rapids, Drunken Point and Ponton paleo-water planes have been tilted upward to the northeast in the Holocene, with gradients decreasing, from the Cited by: 5.

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Three of the delegates went east to make their report, and the others remained in Manitoba to make preparations for the coming of the new settlers.

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Studies of the Great Lakes and Lake Winnipeg were undertaken during the and decades using the methods of marine and coastal geoscience.

The Winnipeg Formation is the basal sedimentary unit throughout much of southern and central Manitoba, Canada, where it forms a regional aquifer over most of its extent.

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The Council of Keewatin was an unelected legislative body and territorial government for the now-defunct District of Keewatin in District of Keewatin was created by the passage of the Keewatin Act on October 7, from a portion of Canada's North West Territories.

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