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Notes on the post-Pliocene geology of Canada

John William Dawson

Notes on the post-Pliocene geology of Canada

with especial reference to the conditions of accumulation of the deposits and the marine life of the period.

by John William Dawson

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Published by Printed by Mitchell & Wilson in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Canada,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Quaternary,
  • Paleontology -- Canada,
  • Paleontology -- Quaternary

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsTyrrell, Joseph Burr, 1858-1957 (autograph)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[5], 112 p.
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18969874M

      Notes on the post-Pliocene geology of Canada, external scan Impressions and footprints of aquatic animals and imitative markings, on carboniferous rocks, (short work) external scan Report on the fossil plants of the lower Carboniferous and millstone grit formations of Canada, (short work) external scan. Get this from a library! The Canadian ice age: being notes on the pleistocene geology of Canada, with especial reference to the life of the period and its climatal conditions. [John William Dawson, Sir].

    Upon this sea many boulder-laden icebergs had floated, leaving their mark on the deposits below. Dawson’s principal work on this subject was consolidated into a monograph, Notes on the post-Pliocene geology of Canada (Montreal, []), which was in turn modified and expanded to appear in as The Canadian Ice Age (Montreal). In Dr. Dawson lectured before the British Association at Birmingham; and in before the Royal Institute and Geology Society In the latter year appeared "Hand-Book of Canadian Zoology "; and in "Notes on the Post-Pliocene of Canada," which raised the number of species of known post-pliocene fossils from 30 to over

    Get this from a library! Notes on the geology and micropaleontology of the Proterozoic Thule Group, Ellesmere Island, Canada, and North-West Greenland. [H J Hofmann; G D Jackson]. 95 Contribution to the paleontology of the post-Pliocene deposits of the Ottawa Valley [Canada]. Ottawa Nat., vol. xi, pp. , Gives lists of species collected at various localities. 96 Note on the pltysiography and geolog3r of Kings County, Nova Scotia. Ottawa Nat., vol. xii, pp. , Author: Fred Boughton Weeks.


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