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The Early Wisconsinan History of the Laurentide Ice Sheet

Vincent, Jean-Serge et al. (1987)

The identification, particularly at the periphery of the ice sheet, of glacigenic sediments thought to postdate nonglacial sediments or paleosols regarded as having been laid down sometime during the Sangamonian Interglaciation (stage 5) and thought to predate nonglacial sediments or soils reckoned ...

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Les coulées de pierres glacées : un nouveau type de coulées de pierraille sur les talus d’éboulis

Hétu, Bernard et al. (1994)

Un nouveau type de coulées de pierraille, les coulées de pierres glacées (CPG), a été observé en activité sur un long talus d'éboulis (640 m) de schiste du nord de la Gaspésie. Située en contexte maritime, par 50° de latitude nord, la région possède un climat tempéré humide à hiver ...

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Glacial-Marine Sedimentation, Canadian Polar Margin, North of Axel Heiberg Island

Hein, Frances J. et al. (1991)

Sediment cores, taken at depths of 140 to 300 m across the northwestern shelf of Axel Heiberg Island (82° N), record the deposition of sediments under perennial sea ice. Five sedimentary fades are recognized: (A) soft pebbly-sandy-mud with dropstone structures; (B) bioturbated silty muds; (C) wispy ...

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The Cordilleran Ice Sheet: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Exploration and Discovery

Jackson,, Lionel E. et al. (1991)

Present concepts about the Cordilleran Ice Sheet are the product of observations and ideas of several generations of earth scientists. The limits of glaciation in the Cordillera were established in the last half of the nineteenth century by explorers and naturalists, notably G. M. Dawson, R. G. ...

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Dental Characteristics of Late Pleistocene Equus Lambei from the Bluefish Caves, Yukon Territory, and their Comparison with Eurasian Horses

Burke, Ariane et al. (1996)

Bluefish Caves I, II and III of northern Yukon, have yielded the earliest in situ evidence of human occupation of Eastern Beringia, associated with one of the largest and most diverse Late Pleistocene faunas recovered in the region. This paper presents data derived from the study of a large sample ...

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Quaternary Vertebrates of Québec: a Summary

Harington, C. Richard (2003)

The only representative of the extinct North American megafauna known from Québec is an American mastodon from Pointe de Chambord, Lac-Saint-Jean. Marine mammals have played a prominent part in our knowledge of the Quaternary vertebrates of Québec since Per Kalm was informed of a whale skeleton ...

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Marine Geology of Baie des Chaleurs

Syvitski, James P.M. (1992)

Baie des Chaleurs is the fourth largest estuary in eastern Canada. The bay is a broad and shallow basin, filled with up to 50 m of unconsolidated Quaternary sediment. The distribution of this sedimentary mass is in part controlled by a Cenozoic (Tertiary or Quaternary) drainage system that follows ...

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The Cordilleran Ice Sheet and the Glacial Geomorphology of Southern and Central British Colombia

Ryder, June M. et al. (1991)

This paper reviews the current state of knowledge about the Cordilleran Ice Sheet in southern and central British Columbia. Reconstructions of the ice sheet and the styles of ice expansion and déglaciation are based on extensive and varied glacigenic sediments and landforms that date from Late ...

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