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Use of Pedological Studies in Interpreting the Quaternary History of Central Yukon Territory.

Geological Survey of Canada.

Use of Pedological Studies in Interpreting the Quaternary History of Central Yukon Territory.

by Geological Survey of Canada.

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SeriesGeological Survey of Canada Bulletin -- 271
ContributionsFoscolos, A.E., Rutter, N.W., Hughes, O.L.
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Open LibraryOL21906885M

Research Interests David is a multidisciplinary geoscientist with broad interests in: 1. Tephrochronology, the correlation of tephra (or volcanic ash) deposits and their application to linking, synchronizing and dating geological, ecological or archaeological deposits or events;. 2. Pedology, the nature, genesis, distribution and classification of soils, and palaeopedology, the study of soils. Quaternary Science Reviews, 20(), Elverhøi, A. (ed.), Glacial and Oceanic History of the Polar North Atlantic Margins, Quaternary Science Reviews, 17(), Forman, S.L. et al. A review of postglacial emergence on Svalbard, Franz Josef Land and Novaya Zemlya, northern Eurasia. Quaternary Science Revi –

of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 48 p. FULTON, R.J., and on Quaternary deposits of various ages in the central Yukon Territory. Current Research, Part A. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper TORRENT, J. Tarnocai, C., Smith, S. and Hughes, O.L. Soil development on Quaternary deposits of various ages in the central Yukon Territory. Geological Survey of Canada Paper A. Geological Survey of Canada Paper A.

Definition of the Quaternary Climatic changes in the Quaternary: reasons, proxies, impact of climatic changes on evolution of fauna and flora Quaternary stratigraphy: “alpine” stratigraphy, isotope stratigraphy, climatochronology, correlation of marine and terrestrial stratigraphy, tools and methods Relative methods (stratigraphis, palaeontological, geomorphological, pedological. Quaternary (ISSN X) is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal that covers all aspects of Quaternary Science, embracing the whole range of scientific fields related to geological, geographical, biological, physical, chemical, environmental and human sciences. It publishes reviews, research articles, communications, technical notes and essays.


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Use of Pedological Studies in Interpreting the Quaternary History of Central Yukon Territory by Geological Survey of Canada. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon Territory. Ottawa: Energy, Mines, and Resources Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A E Foscolos; Nathaniel W Rutter; Owen Lloyd Hughes.

The use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of Central Yukon Territory. by A E Foscoles, Nathaniel W Rutter (Author), Owen Lloyd Hughes (Author) Format: Print Book Publication year: Held by WUR Library.

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Surv. Can., Energy Mines Resour. Bull., (), p. The use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon Territory.

Geol. Surv. Can., Bull. 48 Google Scholar. These studies of soils in central Yukon were done at low-elevation sites in the Tintina Trench, The use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon Territory Geol.

Surv. Can. Tarnocai, C. Smith, O. Hughes, Soil development on Quaternary deposits of various ages in central Yukon Territory Current research, part A, Geol. Surv. Can. in Paper A Google Scholar. INTRODUCTION The study area is located in the central Yukon, which was glaciated a number of times during the Quaternary period (Fig.

The Quaternary geology and glaciomorphology of the area have been described by Hughes et al. (, ) and. studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon. stratigraphic marker in many Quaternary studies. Throughout central Yukon Territory, to pedological research on Podzols. A.E.

Foscolos, N.W. Rutter, O.L. HughesThe Use of Pedological Studies in Interpreting the Quaternary History of Central Yukon Territory Bulletin Geological Survey of. Morphology and geochemistry of soils formed on colluviated weathered bedrock: Case studies from unglaciated upland slopes in west-central Yukon.

Yukon Geological Survey, Open File 70 pp. Investigation of high-level glaciofluvial terraces and re-evaluation of the established soil stratigraphy for Early and Middle Pleistocene surfaces, central Yukon, Canada February Boreas 35(1.

Foscolos, A.E., Rutter, N.W. and Hughes, O.I. () The use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of Central Yukon Territory, Geological Survey of.

Three retrogressive thaw slumps of varying age have been initiated by erosion of ice-rich glaciolacustrine sediments on a bend of Stewart River, 3 km upstream from Mayo, Yukon Territory. The use of pedological studies in interpreting the Quaternary history of central Yukon Territory. Geol.

Surv. Can., Bull. Quaternary, in the geologic history of Earth, a unit of time within the Cenozoic Era, beginning 2, years ago and continuing to the present Quaternary has been characterized by several periods of glaciation (the “ice ages” of common lore), when ice sheets many kilometres thick have covered vast areas of the continents in temperate areas.

The final chapter of the book addresses landscape evolution in different cultural periods. This book offers an integrated approach to geoecological knowledge that is valuable to students and professionals in quaternary science, physical geography, soil science, archaeology, historical geography, and land planning and restructuring.

2. Quaternary Economy. The Quaternary sector is an improved form of tertiary sector as it involves the services related to the knowledge sector, which includes the demand for the information- based services like taking the consultancy from tax managers, statisticians and software developers.Quaternary stratigraphy in the northeastern region has developed slowly because researchers have been few and because quartzose bedrock and extensive forest have inhibited field study.

The earliest stratigraphic studies antedatedbut in most parts of the region the stratigraphic units still recognized today were identified in the present.Climate change and the developments it spurs carry the narrative of the Quaternary, the most recent million years of Earth's history.

Glaciers advance from the Poles and then retreat, carving.