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Surficial geology of the Alliston area, NTS 31D/4, southern Ontario.

Surficial geology of the Alliston area, NTS 31D/4, southern Ontario.

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Published by Natural Resources Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology - Ontario - Alliston area

  • Edition Notes

    11

    ContributionsDumas, S.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22040915M


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Surficial geology of the Alliston area, NTS 31D/4, southern Ontario. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Oak Ridges Moraine in southern Ontario Surficial geology of the Alliston area a ca. km long east-west trending ridge of sand and gravel situated north of Lake Ontario. Surficial geology field stations (n =. (a) Digital elevation model of study area showing location of measured sections (green dots) and Ontario Geological Survey boreholes (white dots).

See. The Oak Ridges Moraine in southern Ontario is a ca. km long east-west trending ridge of sand and gravel situated north of Lake Ontario. Surficial geology field stations (n =. (a) Digital elevation model of study area showing location of measured sections (green dots) and Ontario Geological Survey boreholes (white dots).

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