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TitleCurrent Research, Part D, Interior Plains and Arctic Canada / Recherches En Cours, Partie D, Plaines Interieures Et Region Arctique Du Canada
LicencePlease note the adoption of the Open Government Licence - Canada supersedes any previous licences.
AuthorGeological Survey of Canada
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Paper no. 90-1D, 1990, 218 pages, Open Access logo Open Access
Lang.English; French
Mediapaper; on-line; digital
RelatedThis publication contains the following publications
RelatedThis publication is related to O mezhkontinental'noi korrelyatsii srednedevonskoi podzony Elenisporis biformis
File formatpdf
ProvinceNorthern offshore region; Manitoba; British Columbia; Alberta; Saskatchewan; Northwest Territories
AreaInterior Plains; Arctic Canada
Subjectsfossil fuels; geophysics; marine geology; igneous and metamorphic petrology; soils science; environmental geology; stratigraphy; structural geology; sedimentology; paleontology; magnetic surveys; geophysical surveys; gamma-ray surveys; uranium; thorium; potassium; uranium thorium ratios; uranium potassium ratios; thorium-potassium ratios; stratigraphic analyses; structural analyses; structural features; petrographic analyses; diagenesis; lead zinc deposits; mineral deposits; deglaciation; wisconsinian glacial stage; glacial stages; erratics; icebergs; glaciers; glacial deposits; basins; environmental studies; environmental analysis; climate; vegetation; soil studies; silica; fossil algae; fossils; evaporites; sedimentary rocks; volcanic rocks; igneous rocks; reefs; basins; geothermal gradient; coal; hydrocarbon maturation; organic maturity; hydrocarbon potential; coal seams; palynology; hydrocarbons; spores; Invertebrata
Released1990 04 01; 2013 01 21
AbstractThe production of accurate magnetic anomaly maps and detailed plate reconstruction studies require good quality magnetic data. To meet these needs in the Arctic and North Atlantic oceans, a project has been initiated to assemble ail available marine and aeromagnetic observations from international sources. When assembled, the data will be critically assessed, adjusted, and merged to create a coherent digital database. By Late 1991, contributors should receive preliminary versions of the resulting maps, as well as copies of the final database for their prior and exclusive use. By Late 1992, maps and the database should be available to the general public.

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