2 edition of Surficial Geology of Grey Hunter Peak, Yukon Territory. found in the catalog.
Surficial Geology of Grey Hunter Peak, Yukon Territory.
Geological Survey of Canada.
|Series||Preliminary series maps (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 3-1982|
THE WILDERNESS OF THE UPPER YUKON A Hunter's Exploration for Wild Sheep in Sub-Arctic Mountains by Charles Sheldon. Missoula, pp, photos, illus., 6x9, softcover ISBN: Join Charles Sheldon in this wonderful book recording two years of field experiences while engaged in studying wild sheep of Yukon Territory from to. Yukon Description. Yukon History. This northern Canadian territory's history is marked by what is often regarded as the world's greatest gold rush.. It is believed that ancestors of the Amerindians crossed a bridge over the Bering Sea from Asia approximat to 25, years ago, establishing the Yukon as the first inhabited region of Canada.. Around , two explorers from the Hudson's.
Within Whitehorse city limits, you can see Grey Mountain from almost anywhere. It is one of the first landmarks tourists see flying into the city. Eight thousand kilometres away, the residents around Salzburg, Austria, can look up from their morning coffee and see the rugged, beautiful grey-white peaks of the Northern : Hugh Copland. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bostock, H. S. (Hugh Samuel), Yukon Territory. Ottawa, E. Cloutier, Queen's Printer, (OCoLC)
With 80 percent of the Yukon classified as wilderness, the territory has some of the best hiking trails in Canada. There are routes to suit all skill levels, from beginner hikes great for picnicking to multi-day challenges to mountain tops. If you’re a regular hiker, check out remote Tombstone Territorial Park, where the rough terrain and. Large map of Yukon Territory showing highways, rivers, communities and travel distances.
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This GIS dataset is a Yukon-wide compilation of map footprints and associated citation data for published and unpublished surficial geology maps that were incorporated into the Yukon digital surficial geology compilation (Release 1).
The maps were originally produced by the GSC, YGS, Yukon Government and various universities at various scales ranging fromtoThe Yukon Geological Survey creates and maintains a collection of interactive maps and data discovery tools.
Geology. Energy Mines and Resources. Bedrock. Drill. Glacier. Mineral. Mining. Terranes. Landform. Geophysics. Surficial. Includes material formally published by the Yukon Geological Survey (geoscience maps, open files, bulletins, etc.).
Other publications Publications managed, but not published by Yukon Geological Survey or Energy, Mines and Resources including reports, maps, and property files.
Yukon Peak Outfitters is the sole-outfitter in Yukon hunting concess which is located in the southwestern portion of the territory. This game rich region encompasses over 3, square miles of rugged mountain peaks, lush river bottoms, pristine remote lakes and hundreds of Surficial Geology of Grey Hunter Peak of fresh mountain streams.
Get this from a library. Geologic reconnaissance of the Yukon Flats district, Alaska. [John R Williams; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- A reconnaissance of the bedrock and surficial geology of.
The Yukon Flats district occupies approximately square miles in northeastern Alaska. It is bordered by the Yukon-Tanana Plateau, the southern foothills of the Brooks Range, the Hodzana Highland, and the Porcupine Plateau.
It includes the Yukon Flats, which is the alluvial lowland that liesCited by: Hughes OL () Surficial geology of northern Yukon Territory and northwestern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories.
Geol Surv Can Paper 69–36, Map A Google Scholar Hughes OL () Surficial geology and geomorphology, Aishihik Lake, Yukon : Hugh M. French, Hugh M. French. Display on a map Figure 5. Generalized surficial geology map of the Eastern Cordillera NATMAP study area, and digitally linked stratigraphic sections (e.g.
H1) and correlated cross-sections (e.g. The Carmacks map area has been partly or extensively glaciated a minimum of four times during the past ca. million years. The two oldest, named pre-Reid glaciations occurred prior to the last Author: Lionel Jackson. Yukon Peak Outfitters The area is known for producing, every year, some of the finest trophies in the Yukon.
All hunts are guided by some of the best and most experienced guides in the North Country. Depending upon your hunt location, we utilize horses, boats and backpacks. ATV Hunts, these dates state arrival and departure days from Whitehorse Yukon Territory, Canada.
(1st hunt) Sept (2nd hunt) Sept (3rd hunt) Sept Oct; BOAT Hunts, arrival and departure dates from Whitehorse Yukon Territory, Canada. (1st hunt) Sept (2nd hunt) Sept Oct; All hunts in the Yukon Territory are 1 hunter per. Pages in category "Geology of Yukon" The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes (). Hydrography. See also: List of Yukon lakes and List of Yukon rivers Most of the territory is in the watershed of its namesake, the Yukon River, which flows into the Bering rn Yukon is dotted with a large number of large, long and narrow glacier-fed alpine lakes, most of which flow into the Yukon River larger lakes include: Teslin Lake, Atlin Lake, Tagish Lake, Marsh Lake.
SURFICIAL GEOLOGY Compiled by Barbara A. Lusardi Base from U.S. Geological Survey St. Paulquadrangle, Universal Transverse Mercator Projection, grid zone 15 North American Datum COUNTY ATLAS SERIES ATLAS C Plate 3—Surficial Geology GEOLOGIC ATLAS OF SCOTT COUNTY, MINNESOTA © by the Regents of the University.
The glacial history of Yukon Territory is unique in Canada. The rest of Canada was almost entirely covered by glacial ice during the last ice age (Late Wisconsin - 25, to 10, years B.P. The ,scale geologic map of the Lower Yukon River region covers a broad area in southwest Alaska that borders the Bering Sea and Norton Sound and includes the delta of the Yukon River (fig.
Much of the western and southern parts of the region is a. Environment of the Yukon G.G.E. SCUDDER Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia University Blvd., Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z4 Abstract.
The Yukon Territory, situated in the northwest corner of Canada adjacent to Alaska, and north of 60°, has a rugged and complex physiography and geology, dominated by mountainous terrain.
I recommend hugging the ridge, but it's all tricky the entire way up. Once you hit the sea of boulders, it doesn't end until the summit. It's a good scramble up the ridge, prepare to sweat. The views from the summit are jaw-dropping. Easily one of my favourite summits in the Yukon thus far. The wilderness of the upper Yukon: A hunter's explorations for wild sheep in sub-arctic mountains (High country heritage collection) [Sheldon, Charles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The wilderness of the upper Yukon: A hunter's explorations for wild sheep in sub-arctic mountains (High country heritage collection)5/5(1). The resulting surficial geology layer was overlaid on a hill-shaded Shuttle Radar Topography Mission digital elevation model. The legend, marginal notes, references, and data sources appear on the second page of the PDF of the map.
Map units are described with representative photographs. The marginal notes describe the distribution of surficial.
Yukon Geological Survey, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. 1, likes talking about this 1 was here. Latest updates about Yukon Geological Survey programs, services and other news.5/5(1).TouristLink members rank Mount Logan, Mount Lucania and Keele Peak as the top mountain ranges in Yukon.
Find information on mountain ranges in Yukon as well as mountain ranges in Canada, mountain ranges in North America, mountain ranges in t.Ecoregions of the Yukon Territory, Part 2 PHYSIOGRAPHY The Yukon Southern Lakes Ecoregion, a large area of rounded summits and broad valleys, is part of the Yukon Plateau physiographic unit as deﬁned by Bostock () and Hughes (b).
Most of this ecoregion is located in the Yukon, but a portion extends south into British Columbia to File Size: KB.