Geophysical reconnaissance of Hudson Bay

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PDF | On May 9,Hudson Bay and others published GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA OPEN FILE Hudson Bay, Hudson Strait, Moose River. geophysical reconnaissance work of the Cold War era which led to the creation of much of the current transportation and communications infrastructure.

Due to land claim settlements in parts of the Hudson Bay region, new institutions are emerging which will factor into the overall governance of the area. Geophysical Research Letters publishes high-impact, innovative, and timely communications-length articles on major advances spanning all of the major geoscience disciplines.

Papers should have broad and immediate implications meriting rapid decisions and high visibility. fine-scale correlations of these frameworks (Ontario, Manitoba, offshore Hudson Bay, onshore Foxe basin, offshore Hudson Strait) is only possible through the use of a multidisciplinary approach that will combine detailed biostratigraphy, chemostratigraphy, sedimentology, petrophysics and geophysics.

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The results of underwater gravity measurements of a reconnaissance nature in Hudson Bay and of regional gravity surveys over adjoining regions of the Canadian Shield and Hudson Bay Lowlands are.

The Publications of the Champlain Society, Hudson's Bay Company Series. Series Volumesand Notes and Observations on a Book Entitled A Voyage to Hudsons Bay in the Dobbs Galley, Volume 11 Copy-book of Letters Outward &c.

Begins 29th May,Ends 5 July, Volume. Hudson Bay (Inuktitut: Kangiqsualuk ilua, French: baie d'Hudson) (sometimes called Hudson's Bay, usually historically) is a large body of saltwater in northeastern Canada with a surface area of 1, km 2 (, sq mi). Although not geographically apparent, it is for climatic reasons considered to be a marginal sea of the Arctic drains a very large area, about 3, km 2 Location: North America.

related to the multiplicity of sources that can cause geophysical anomalies. This feature is an implicit uncertainty in the discussion that follows. Environmental geophysics, like exploration geophysics, requires complimentary geophysical surveys integrated with geochemical and geologic insight.

This presentation first summarizes geophysical. A RECONNAISSANCE SEISMIC REFRACTION SURVEY IN HUDSON BAY, CANADA Abstract Seismic surveys were conducted in Hudson Bay dur- ing August and September as part of an extensive and comprehensive survey encompassing the fields of geophysics, geologyCited by: 2.

Lineament mapping (Figure 2) of the Hudson Bay Lowland was done by remote-sensing methods, using multiple GIS information layers that include digital elevation models, geophysical data, surficial-geology maps, and Precambrian and Phanerozoic bedrock-geology maps (Figure 1), and outcrop data (Figure 3).

François J. Saucier and Jacques Dionne, A 3‐D coupled ice‐ocean model applied to Hudson Bay, Canada: The seasonal cycle and time‐dependent climate response to atmospheric forcing and runoff, Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans,C12, (), ().

: The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including That of the French Traders of North-Western Canada and of the North-West, XY, and Astor Fur Companies (): Bryce, George: BooksCited by: 6.

In anticipation of sampling sea ice in Hudson Bay, the Amundsen was fully outfitted with instrumentation to sample the geophysical, thermodynamic, and electromagnetic properties of sea ice.

Once the Amundsen was diverted to Newfoundland, in between Coast Guard operations, we were able to collect in situ geophysical and electromagnetic samples from three of the larger ice floes we Cited by: Unrelenting winds, carnivorous polar bears, snake nests, sweltering heat, and constant hunger.

Paddling from Minneapolis to Hudson Bay, following the 2,mile route made famous by Eric Sevareid in his classic Canoeing with the Cree, Natalie Warren and Ann Raiho faced unexpected trials, some harrowing, some simply for the two friends—the first women to make this expedition.

Pamela Godin, Robie W. Macdonald, Zou Zou A. Kuzyk, Miguel A. Goñi and Gary A. Stern, Organic matter compositions of rivers draining into Hudson Bay: Present‐day trends and potential as recorders of future climate change, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences,7, (), ().

Invoices of furs shipped to London on various Hudson's Bay Company vessels, listing quantity (in cases or bales) and kinds of furs and goods shipped. Expenditure Books (p) Accounts of goods distributed to Northern Department Districts in a designated year including an inventory, the total stock and total outfit of the Northern Department.

A marine magnetic total-field survey of Hudson Bay was conducted from to Approximately 62 line-km of data, or 35 five-minute averages, were acquired.

The data were corrected for secular variation by means of a polynomial in latitude, longitude, and time, first fitted to annual mean differences from nine observatories and then integrated over by: 4.

Reconnaissance Study of Low-temperature Geothermal Resources in Southwestern Ontario Sara Shahmohammadi1, basins have been explored for oil and gas and therefore reservoir and geophysical data such as depth to basement and formation thickness are well known.

It includes northern Ontario and Hudson Bay and the entire area of southern Ontario. The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including That of the French Traders of North-Western Canada and of the North-West, Xy, and Astor Fur Companies (Classic Reprint) [Bryce, George] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company: Including That of the French Traders of North-Western Canada and of the /5(2). Previous geophysical studies. Global tomographic models place the Hudson Bay region at the centre of a thick (typically ∼ – km), seismically fast subcontinental keel (e.g.

Lebedev and van der Hilst,Li et al.,Nettles and Dziewonski, ).Continent-scale models (e.g. Nettles and Dziewonski,Bedle and van der Lee,Yuan et al., ) are less Cited by: Reconnaissance geological and geochemical studies identify the belt and indicate the stratigraphic and structural control of the mineralization; geophysical data permit inferences of the location of buried plutons that may have been the source of the metals.

The mineralization appears to be spatially related to the South Fork thrust by: 4. Bay Geophysical, Inc. is a full service geophysical data acquisition and consulting company.

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Overview. The Trans-Hudson orogeny was the culminating event of the Paleoproterozoic Laurentian assembly, which occurred after the Wopmay orogeny (West of Hudson Bay, ca.

Ga.).The Trans-Hudson orogeny resulted from the collision of the Superior Craton of eastern Canada with the Hearne Craton in northern Saskatchewan and the Wyoming Craton of the western United States, with the.

Hudson's Bay Company Coat of Arms. Courtesy Hudson's Bay Company Archives, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Map of Hudson's Bay Company territory with the United States below dotted line (lower left), s. By Jack McMaster, Courtesy Sasquatch Books.

Sir George Simpson. Painting by Stephen Pearce, Courtesy British Columbia Archives, Victoria, B. (No. Bay Geophysical, Inc. is an industry leader in high resolution subsurface imaging applications. Since developing the high resolution shear wave reflection technique inBay has continued to lead the industry, designing acquisition parameters and techniques that have yielded the highest resolution subsurface images in the noisiest locations.

SinceBay has provided services for the design, implementation acquisition and interpretation of geophysical. Hudson Bay Property Leith Township, Ontario CANADIAN EXPLORATION SERVICES LIMITED PLAN-EXECUTE-DISCOVER-DEVELOP Page 3 1.

SURVEY DETAILS PROJECT NAME This project is known as the Hudson Bay Property. CLIENT Ashley Gold Mines Limited P.O. Box Larder Lake, Ontario P0K 1L0 LOCATION. Sources consulted for the geographical description of Hudson Bay are: U.S.

Navy Hydrographic Offive, Sailing Directions Northern Canada (H. Publication No. 77), pp. 6a-8, Ch. 4; U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office Chart No.

(reproduced from a Canadian Chart of ); Funk and Wagnall’s Standard Reference Encyclopaedia, vol. 13, pp. –5; V. Kenneth Johnson, “Canada’s Title to Author: Mitchell P. Strohl. Not the main bay, but: Hudson Bay > Earth scientists have disagreed about what created the semicircular feature known as the Nastapoka arc that forms a section of the shoreline of southeastern Hudson Bay.

Noting the paucity of impact structures on. Physical survey of previous development and reconnaissance geophysics by current owners. Regional Geology. Hudson Bay Mountain is underlain by bedded Jurassic and Cretaceous sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Skeena Group.

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After completing this novel, whose plot line parallels real-life events during the Cold War, MacLean retired from writing for three it was loosely adapted into a film of the same nameAuthor: Alistair MacLean. Marine Geology in Canada Canada, occupying most of the northern half of the continent of North America, is bordered by the Arctic, Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

and 20 years later extended these studies to the Atlantic Ocean and Hudson Bay. In several federal agencies set up a committee to coordinate marine research and surveying in Author: B.R.

Pelletier. In Fatal Journey: The Final Expedition of Henry Hudson, historian Peter C. Mancall offers no startling revelations. But his sense of 17th-century England is so strong that this book is worth Author: KEN Mcgoogan.

Yakutat Beach Mine, Yakutat Mining District, Yakutat, Alaska, USA: The Yakutat beach deposits are a significant resource of ilmenite-based titanium and associated other metals. Titanium mainly occurs in iron-rich minerals that probably were derived mostly from.

however, magnetometer, E.M., V.L.P. and I.P. geophysical surveys will define the fault and outline any potential drilling targets. Phase 5. A limited drill program be undertaken to test the "Eastern" anomaly defined by the horizontal loop electromagnetic induction survey undertaken by Hudson Bay Oil and Gas (King, ).

Books Music Art & design and colleagues used satellite data to measure the ebb and flow of Arctic sea ice in the Hudson Bay region since and published in the Journal of Geophysical. Map showing the northern sea trade route (in red) used by the Hudson’s Bay Company ships sailing to and from England.

Both John Adams and Benjamin Franklin were aware of Britain’s lucrative fishing, whaling, and fur industries in the North Atlantic and Hudson Bay. [5] Franklin, after assuming his diplomatic role in Paris, prodded American privateer John Paul Jones to be on the.

The Letters of Charles John Brydges, - Hudson's Bay Company Land Commissioner. Edited by Hartwell Bowsfield. by Hudson's Bay Record Society ] No.

31 and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Title: Hudson Bay Geophysical Survey: Authors: Whitham, K. Publication: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, vol. 4, issue 5, pp. Publication Date.Encounters on Hudson Bay, Churchill Region compiled by Lorraine E.

Brandson and Bonnie Chartier, published by the Diocese of Churchill Hudson Bay. General Information on the climate, flora and fauna with interesting anecdotes about the flora and fauna from Aboriginal legends, and early explorers to present day researchers.

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