Geology of the Munro Lake area

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Dept. of Mines and Natural Resources , Winnipeg
Geology - Man
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during September and October, on the Munro Lake Property. The property is located in the Munro Lake area, 18 km west-southwest of Peachland, B.C.

and consists of contiguous claims totalling units. The program was funded by Almaden Resources who has a % interest in the property. During the last Ice Age, glaciers sculpted the landscape. David Alt, a professor of geology at The University of Montana, and the author of Roadside Geology of Montana, explains how Flathead Lake was created in the following article.

A Freak Preserved by an Accident: The Making of Flathead Lake. Commodities. Primary Commodities: gold, silver Location. Township or Area: Munro Latitude: 48° 33' " Longitude: ° 14' " UTM Zone: 17 Easting: Northing: UTM Datum: NAD83 Resident Geologist District: Kirkland Lake NTS Grid: 42A09SE Point Location Description: The shaft km north and km east of the southwest corner of Munro Township.

The Clear Lake volcanic field has been active for the last 2 million years. It covers an area of about km2 in Lake County and has been intensively studied since the early ’s.

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MILLARD, Junior Assistant to the Chief HELES E. McMORRIS, Secretary to. OCLC Number: Notes: Plate 1: Geologic map of the Imuruk Lake area, Alaska / Geology mapped by D.M. Hopkins, assisted by A.T.

Fernald, E.H. Muller, and J.F. The book is beautifully illustrated, although with a very strong bias toward featuring sites from the Canadian shor The lake waters themselves -- their food webs, native and introduces species, and the effects of industrial pollution -- are the focus of other large chapters of the book/5(11).

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The term “bedrock geology” describes the study of the rocks at and below the bedrock surface. There are several important aspects to Indiana's bedrock geology.Alice Munro. Alice Munro is the author of Dear Life: recent collections include The View from Castle Rock and Too Muchshe was awarded the Man Booker International Prize.

Inshe was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.As the lake basin drained, the water had to pass through narrow parts of the Clark Fork Canyon where current velocities are calculated to have reached 45 miles per hour.

The maximum rate of flow is estimated to have been /2 cubic miles per hour—a rate of million cubic feet per second, or about 10 times the combined flow of all the.