Geology of Mackenzie Delta, District of Mackenzie.

by Geological Survey of Canada.

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The remaining six provinces except for the Upper Cretaceous–Palaeogene petroleum system in the Mackenzie Delta have predominantly Mesozoic sources and Jurassic reservoirs. There are discoveries in 15% of the total area of sedimentary basins (c. 8× km2), dry wells in 10% of the area, seismic but no wells in 50% and no seismic in 25%. The Mackenzie Valley Natural Gas Project (MGP) was a proposed pipeline that followed an alignment through the pristine and sensitive Mackenzie River Valley in the Northwest Territories. Historical experience with the development of buried pipelines in this region of the north has demonstrated that investigating and managing the permafrost and. The District of Mackenzie (the "District") is a municipality that was created in under the Community Charter, formerly the Municipal Act, a statute of the Province of British Columbia. The District's principal activities include the provision of local government services to residents of the incorporated area. Duk-Rodkin,A., & O.L. Hughes. "Quaternary Geology of the Northeastern Part of the Central Mackenzie Valley Corridor, District of MacKenzie, NWT", Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin , And one of my favorite authors, Jeffrey Goodman, PH.

Subjects: District of Mackenzie, SE Fossils Geology, Devonian Invertebrates Northwest Territories Palaeontology Stratigraphy, Devonian Voyage dans les régions arctiques à la recherche du capitaine Ross en et , et reconnaissance du Thlew-ee-choh, maintenant Grande Rivière Back. # Muller J. E. GEOLOGY AND COAL DEPOSITS OF MINTO AND CHIPMAN AREAS, NEW BRUNSWICK wps with signature, vg copy, 40 pp., plts, fig, maps. Price: $ (stock#GSCM) # Lord C. S. MINERAL INDUSTRY OF DISTRICT OF MACKENZIE, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES wps, light wear, vg, pp., 16 plts, 1 fig, maps. Price: $ (stock#GSCM). The District of Keewatin was a territory of Canada and later an administrative district of the Northwest was created in by the Keewatin Act, and originally it covered a large area west of Hudson , it became a part of the Northwest Territories and in , its southern parts were adjoined to the provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, leaving the remainder, now called. P / Harker, P. / SUMMARY ACCOUNT OF CARBONIFEROUS AND PERMIAN FORMATIONS, SOUTHWESTERN DISTRICT OF MACKENZIE, Ottawa, , pb, 7 pages, - 5 -, $ 5 Geology Books U.S. State Geology USBM Publications USGS Publications Ore Deposits Paleontology Books.

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, is , cubic feet per second, increasing to an average of , cubic feet per second in summer. MacKenzie-Childs Ltd. v. MacKenzie-Childs et al, No. cv - Document (W.D.N.Y. ) case opinion from the Western District of New York US Federal District Court. 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. View the profiles of people named Mackenzie Book. Join Facebook to connect with Mackenzie Book and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power.

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Mackenzie Delta, in Canada’s western arctic, is North America’s largest arctic delta. For over half the year, the rivers and lakes of this vast alluvial plain are ice covered. Permafrost is ubiquitous in the delta and the surrounding : C.

Burn. Mackenzie Delta, in Canada’s western arctic, is North America’s largest arctic delta. For over half the year, the rivers and lakes of this vast alluvial plain are ice covered. Get this from a library. Surficial geology of north-central District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories.

[B G Craig; Geological Survey of Canada.]. In the Mackenzie Delta area anticlines plunge generally to the northwest but in the western Beaufort Sea they tend to plunge to the northeast. Anticlines are large amplitude structures with up to 3 km of relief and generally have rounded hinges, although a Cited by: 1.

Delta began with Mackenzie’s arrival inor with the establishment of Inuvik inor even with the coming of oil and gas exploration in the s.

But there were native people in the Delta region when Mackenzie arrived – and they had been there for thousands of years. Mackenzie’s expedition extended the. Two exploratory wells drilled in the Mackenzie Delta area of the Northwest Territories in by Imperial Oil Limited encountered shallow sand reservoirs containing.

History. The district was created when Mackenzie West was split into this district and Mackenzie its first incarnation after redistribution in it covered the communities of Paulatuk, Stanton, Tuktoyaktuk, Reindeer Depot, Aklavik, Fort McPherson, Arctic Red River (Tsiigehtchic), Fort Good Hope and East Branch.

The district was abolished for the first District of Mackenzie. book in and recreated. The Mackenzie delta is located in Northern Canada, in the easternmost Arctic Ocean east of the North Slope of Alaska. The Mackenzie River drainage is the second largest in North America and covers an area of roughlysquare miles.

It discharges into. Alexander Mackenzie Part 1 out of homepage; Index of History Of The Mackenzies; Next part (2) software or any other related product without express permission.] [This book was digitized by William James Mackenzie, III, of Montgomery County, Maryland, USA in - I would appreciate notice of any corrections needed.

Late Jurassic to Albian Paleogeography of the Northern Yukon and Northwestern District of Mackenzie, Arctic Canada: Abstract. Dixon1. Abstract. Kimmeridgian to Albian strata in northern Yukon and northwestern District of Mackenzie consist entirely of clastic material.

The succession can be divided into at least six major depositional sequences. Get this from a library. Quaternary geology of the northeastern part of the central Mackenzie Valley corridor, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. [Alejandra Duk-Rodkin; Owen Lloyd Hughes] Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and # Geology--Northwest Territories--Mackenzie\/span>\n.

Many of them settled in the Mackenzie Delta, where the muskrat trapping was particularly good. Here they acquired a new name, Uummarmiut, or "people of the green trees and willows," a reference to the dense vegetation of the Delta (Anon.

47). Relations with the. A review of Mackenzie Delta-Beaufort Sea petroleum province conventional and non-conventional (gas hydrate) petroleum reserves and undiscovered resources: a contribution to the resource assessment.

The Canadian Beaufort-Mackenzie Basin lies on the rifted continental margin of the Arctic Ocean and contains 14–16 km of Late Cretaceous to Holocene strata.

The southwestern margin is overridden by syndepositional convergent structures of the Cordilleran foldbelt of western North America. 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. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Surficial geology, southern Mackenzie River Valley, District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories in SearchWorks catalog. 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. Uyeno, T.T. Report on conodont samples from the Hume, Hare Indian, Ramparts (Kee Scarp) and Canol formations from 12 Sections at Mountain River and Vicinity, Mackenzie Mountains, District of Mackenzie (NTS H), submitted by Iain Muir, Department Of Geology, University Of Ottawa.

PINGO IN THE MACKENZIE DELTA, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, CANADA J. A PIHLAINEN; J. A PIHLAINEN Mackenzie Delta; Mackenzie District Northwest Territories; Northwest Territories; physiographic geology; Western Canada; pingo; from pingo; View Full GeoRef Record.

POWERED BY. Most land in the Mackenzie delta consists of permafrost, with great depths to bedrock. A characteristic feature of the delta is its numerous pingos, or hills of earth-covered-ice – some 1, of them.

The Peel River, carrying much of the runoff from the northern Yukon, joins in the delta at a point northeast of Fort McPherson. M / Henderson, J. / GEOLOGY OF THE YELLOWKNIFE-HEARNE LAKE AREA, DISTRICT OF MACKENZIE: A SEGMENT ACROSS AN ARCHEAN BASIN, Ottawa,pb, pages, 23 tables, 1 map (in pocket), 89 illustrations (3 in pocket on one sheet), - 3 - $ Geology and Structure of the Yellowknife Greenstone Belt, District of Mackenzie Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Manufacturer: Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys. Little information has been published regarding the general geology of the Mackenzie Delta region. On the western side of the Delta bedrock appears to consist largely of Mesozoic sedimentary formations.

Coal‐bearing rocks occur some 25 miles northwest of Aklavik and a six‐foot coal seam with almost vertical dip is worked at Moose River Coal.

Mackenzie Book is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Mackenzie Book and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes. Kokelj S V and Burn C R Geochemistry of the active layer and near-surface permafrost, Mackenzie delta region, Northwest Territories, Canada Can.

Earth Sci. 42 37–48 Crossref Kokelj S V, Lacelle D, Lantz T C, Tunnicliffe J, Malone L, Clark I D and Chin K S Thawing of massive ground ice in mega slumps drives increases in stream. Canada’s Mackenzie River, the country’s longest, spills out of Great Slave Lake, just north of the border between Alberta and Northwest Territories.

The river flows northwest, skirting the northern ranges of the Rocky Mountains before widening into a marshy, lake-dotted delta. The delta empties into the Arctic Ocean via the Beaufort Sea. The overall aim of this study is to improve our understanding of geologic CH 4 emissions on a regional scale in the Mackenzie Delta region, Canada (Fig.

1).Therefore, the purpose of this study is twofold: (i) to map the CH 4 flux and its spatial variability at high spatial resolution and to derive the abundance of geologic CH 4 emission hotspots and (ii) to assess the relative contribution of.

MACKENZIE DELTAS ‐ A PROGRESS REPORT 1 MACKENZIE DELTAS ‐ A PROGRESS REPORT 1 Mackay, J. Ross Footnotes 1 Based upon field investigations carried out for the Geographical Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, with whose permission this paper is published.

It is a pleasure to acknowledge the contributions made by John K. Stager and. Archaeology of Fisherman Lake, western District of Mackenzie, N.W.T., by James F.

Millar., Toronto Public Library. Further ice retreat resulted in the formation of glacial Lake Ontaratue which drained into a late stage of glacial Lake Travaillant and established a permanent channel for Mackenzie River (Ontaratue glacial Lake stage).

Glacial Lake Mackenzie, with an outlet at Ramparts, was formed before final deglaciation of the region about ka. Aerial photographs fromand were analyzed to obtain measurements of coastal change in the Mackenzie Delta region of the Beaufort Sea.

Changes from to are dominated by retreat of the shoreline with average annual retreat rates of − m a−1, but ranging as high as − m a−1. Rates vary significantly both between and within zones of similar exposure.People.

Mackenzie (given name), a given name (including a list of people with the name) Mackenzie (surname), a surname (including a list of people with the name) Clan Mackenzie, a Scottish clan; Characters. MacKenzie McHale from The Newsroom; Barry McKenzie, an early creation of Barry Humphries; Bob and Doug McKenzie from Second City Television; Cindy "Mac" Mackenzie from .en 6) Mackenzie King's study in Laurier House Mackenzie King spent many hours in the book-lined study on the third floor of Laurier House.

Giga-fren fr 6) Le cabinet de travail de Mackenzie King à la Maison Laurier Mackenzie King a passé de longues heures dans ce cabinet tapissé de livres au troisième étage de la maison Laurier.