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5 edition of Organic siliceous remains in the lake deposits of Nova Scotia found in the catalog.

Organic siliceous remains in the lake deposits of Nova Scotia

by A. H. MacKay

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Published by s.n. in [Halifax, N.S.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sponges, Fossil.,
  • Sponges -- Nova Scotia.,
  • Eponges fossiles.,
  • Eponges -- Nouvelle-Ecosse.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A.H. MacKay
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 26616, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 26616
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (9 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24141202M
    ISBN 100665266162

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Organic siliceous remains in the lake deposits of Nova Scotia by A. H. MacKay Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title. Organic siliceous remains in the lake deposits of Nova Scotia. Related Titles. Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. MacKay, A. (Alexander Howard), Type. Acadian geology: the geological structure, organic remains, and mineral resources of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island by Dawson, John William, Sir, Pages: Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources Mineral Resources Branch Information Circular ME 52, By H.

Donohoe, Jr. Table of Contents. Geological History Northern Nova Scotia. Acadian Geology: The Geological Structure, Organic Remains, and Mineral Resources of Nova Scotia Item Preview. NovaScan is the provincial database of geoscience maps and publications for Nova Scotia, and is produced and maintained by the Mineral Resources Branch of the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources.

It currently contains o records. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

the geological structure, organic remains, and mineral resources of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island / Organic siliceous remains in the lake deposits of. T INTRODUCTION TO THE GEOLOGICAL HISTORY OF NOVA SCOTIA The geological history of Nova Scotia spans more than billion years.

The major events in this his- Permian glacial deposits occur in Brazil and Argentina, central and southern Africa, northern India and. A Lake; Acadia Lake; Albro Lake; Anderson Lake- Bedford; Anderson Lake-Hammond Plains; Ash Lake; Ash Lake; Ash Lake; Ash Lake; Ash Hill Lake; Back Rocky Lake; Lake Banook; Baptizing Lake, Nova Scotia; Bare Rock Lake; Barrett Lake; Bayers Lake; Bear Lake; Beaverbank Lake; Beckwith Lake; Beckwood Lake; Bell Lake; Bell Lake; Big Horseshoe Lake; Birch Lake; Birch Cove Lake; Bissett.

Nova Scotia Institute of Science: 5: Wright, J.D. () Iron Deposits of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Minerals and Energy Branch, Economic Geology Series ME Annual report - Geological Survey of Canada: 5(2): ⓘ. The term Acadian Peninsula has been used to describe the present-day Nova Scotia peninsula in historic documents.

Prior tothis territory was the heart of the French colony of Acadia, which focused its settlement efforts along the southern and northeastern shores of Baie Francois (now the Bay of Fundy). The Treaty of Utrecht in gave Great Britain control of "Acadia", however the.

Location: Cape Split, Blomidon Peninsula, Kings Co., Nova Scotia, Canada: Size: x x cm. The Nova Scotia Museum publishes scholarly books on the natural history and material culture of Nova Scotia.

Many are now available online through the Nova Scotia Museum Publishing catalogue. Organic siliceous remains in the lake deposits of Nova Scotia [microform] by MacKay, A. (Alexander Howard), series: Unknown first published: Unknown Avg: / 5 My rating 0 /5.

Sandra Barr is a faculty member in the Department of Earth and Environmental Science at Acadia University in Wolfville. Widely recognized as an expert in the geology of Nova Scotia, she is also co-editor of the scientific journal Atlantic Geology, and is book editor for the Geological Association of Canada/5(7).

Description of selected lake characteristics and occurrence of fish species in Nova Scotia Lakes. In Proc. N.S. Inst. Sci., vol. 36/2. Beauchamp, S.T., and Kerekes, J. Effects of acidity and DOC on phytoplankton community structure and production in three acid lakes (Nova Scotia). In Water, Air, and Soil Pollution.

organic carbon, as well as optical density, pH, and specific conductivity, are presented for twenty-three surface lake waters collected from heathy spruce forest in Halifax County, Nova Scotia, during December As compared with the average fresh water of the. of the 44 drainage areas by B.

Sabean, Nova Scotia Department of lands and Forests (unpubl. data). We have used Sabean's data, geological data (Anon. ), and water chemistry information (Clair et al.Alexander et al.

and Underwood et al. ) in order to provide estimates of the numbers and areas of acidic lakes in Nova Size: 4MB. From inside the book. View all. Geology of Nova Scotia Nova Scotia. Dept. of Mines Snippet view - group Precambrian Precambrian rocks present in Nova Province quarried quartz veins quartzite Quaternary rocks are shale rocks in Nova rocks include sandstone Scott Bay sea bottom sediments Silurian slates or argillites small area.

Nova Scotia, Canadian province located on the eastern seaboard of North America, one of the four original provinces that constituted the Dominion of Canada in Its capital city is Halifax. Learn more about Nova Scotia’s history, government, and points of interest in this article.

generally associate Nova Scotia with the Atlantic Ocean in one way or another. However, the field trip that is out-lined in the following guide is decidedly not maritime in nature and highlights what else Nova Scotia has to offer. Nova Scotia is a Canadian province fronting the Atlantic Ocean.

Though small in size in comparison to its fellow. Ancient Origins articles related to Nova Scotia in the sections of history, archaeology, human origins, unexplained, artifacts, ancient places and myths and legends.

(Page of tag Nova Scotia).© Nova Scotia. Powered By.Nova Scotia - Nova Scotia - History: After thousands of years of occupation by aboriginal peoples, the region came to the attention of Europeans, perhaps during the Viking voyages of c. ad and certainly by the late 15th century.

The rich fisheries of the coast provided the major impetus for European involvement in the area. In the early 17th century, a group of French merchants led by.