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Lithologic characteristics, lateral relations, and radiocarbon dates for Quaternary deposits at Cape Shpindler allow us to describe the glacial and environmental history of the southern Kara Sea by: Quaternary Stratigraphy and History in the Southern Part of the Lake Agassiz Basin. In Glacial Lake Agassiz, edited by J. T. Teller and L. Clayton, pp. Geological Association of Canada Special Paper No. peatland, eolian, fluvial, and primarily lacustrine origin Unit F. The postglacial deposits yield radiocarbon ages of toŽ. ka. Thus, at least one regional glaciation is prominently represented in the stratigraphy, and occurred probably after the Eemian but before by: RADIOCARBON CALIBRATION AND ANALYSIS OF STRATIGRAPHY: THE OxCal PROGRAM CHRISTOPHER BRONK RAMSEY Oxford University Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit, 6 Keble Road, Oxford OX13QJ, England ABSTRACT. People usually study the chronologies of archaeological sites and geological sequences using many different kinds of evidence, taking into account calibrated radiocarbon Cited by:
Quaternary geology investigations were undertaken in the summer of in the Arden NTS area (62J6), southwestern Manitoba. Fieldwork focused on site char-acterization, including geomorphology, texture, thickness and stratigraphy, and the collection of till samples for composition analyses. Geological observations at sta-. The structure of the southwest monsoon winds over the Arabian Sea during the late Quaternary: Observations, simulations, and marine geologic evidence. David M. Anderson. Search for more papers by this author. Over the late Quaternary, these two sites record time series of upwelling that are substantially different. To understand the source. Younger Dryas sequence in southwestern Manitoba, Canada: Response to comments by Breslawski et al., Quaternary Research Vol – Allen Westa, James Kennettb, James Tellerc*, Matthew Boydd aGeoscience Consulting, . 2 pls. Scale , Pl. 1, surficial geologic map; pl. 2, Quaternary stratigraphy. (See also Report of Investigations 47)Author: D.R. Setterholm.
Quaternary geology investigations were under-taken in in the Pilot Mound and Morden NTS areas (62G1, 2), south-central Manitoba. Fieldwork focused on site characterization, including geomorphology, tex-ture, thickness and stratigraphy, and the collection of till samples for composition analyses. Geological observa-. Quaternary stratigraphy and radiocarbon chronology in southwestern Manitoba. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper , 19 p. Wisconsinan events and the Assiniboine and Qu'Appelle Valleys of. A multi-proxy study of changing environmental conditions in a Younger Dryas sequence in southwestern Manitoba, Canada, and evidence for an extraterrestrial event - Volume 93 - James Teller, Matthew Boyd, Malcolm LeCompte, James Kennett, Allen West, Alice Telka, Aura Diaz, Victor Adedeji, Dale Batchelor, Charles Mooney, Roberto Garcia. QUATERNARY RESEA () Importance of the Rossendale Site in Establishing a Deglacial Chronology along the Southwestern Margin of the Laurentide Ice T. TELLER Department of Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3T 2N2 Received J The timing of deglaciation in the Lake Agassiz basin is critical in establishing the routing of meltwater and precipitation runoff Cited by: