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TitleMacro- and Meso-Morphology of Flemish Cap, Flemish Pass, and the northeastern Grand Banks of Newfoundland
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AuthorMonahan, D; Macnab, R F
SourceOffshore Geology of eastern Canada, Volume 2- Regional Geology, 1975; by Van Der Linden, W J M (ed.); Wade, J A (ed.); Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 74-30 V2, 1975 p. 207-216, https://doi.org/10.4095/102518 (Open Access)
Year1975
PublisherGeological Survey of Canada
Documentserial
Lang.English
MapsPublication contains 2 maps
Map Info.hydrographic, bathymetric, 1:500,000
Map Info.geological, morphology, 1:500,000
Mediapaper; on-line; digital
RelatedThis publication is contained in Van Der Linden, W J M; Wade, J A; (1975). Offshore Geology of eastern Canada, Volume 2- Regional Geology, 1975, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper no. 74-30 V2
RelatedThis publication contains Macnab, R F; Monahan, D; (1974). Bathymetry, Flemish Cap, Flemish Pass and northeastern Grand Banks of Newfoundland, Department of the Environment, Map no. 830A
RelatedThis publication contains Macnab, R F; Monahan, D; (1974). Morphology, Flemish Cap, Flemish Pass, and northeastern Grand Banks of Newfoundland, Department of the Environment, Map no. 830M
File formatpdf
ProvinceEastern offshore region
Lat/Long WENS -48.0000 -43.0000 49.0000 46.0000
Subjectsmarine geology; bathymetry; oceanography; Flemish Cap; Flemish Pass
Released1974 11 01
AbstractHydrographic surveys of the Grand Banks of Newfoundtand and the Flemish Cap- Flemish Pass region have been carried out on a systematic basis for the past several years. An analysis of the echo-sounding records has yielded an accurate description of the large- and medium- scale features of the sea floor in this region. The results of this investigation are summarized in two colour maps , one showing detailed bathymetry, the other portraying the distribution of six well- identified bottom categories according to morphological type. The locations of several types of individual medium-sized features are shown on the latter map as well .
GEOSCAN ID102518