Ice Flow Patterns in NTS 093G, H (West Half), J, and Detailed Ice Flow History for NTS 093J05, 06, 11, 12, 13 and 14

Researcher(s):  D. A. Sacco, B. C. Ward, D. E. Maynard

Report ID:  GBCR 2013-08

Key Research Organization(s):  Simon Fraser University

Strategic Focus Area:  Minerals

Report Description

The map contained within this report shows ice flow patterns for NTS 093G, H (west) and J, and detailed ice flow history for parts of NTS 093J (near Prince George, BC). The report also contains a regional ice flow model for the northern Interior Plateau region. Constructed from previous mapping and recent field studies, the report is intended as an aid to mineral exploration in central BC. The report consists of one PDF sheet, and the ESRI ArcGIS shapefiles of striations, regional ice flow and detailed ice flow data.

A drift thickness map for the same area was previously released by Geoscience BC as GBC Report 2010-14

Suggested Reference

Sacco, D. A., Ward B. C., Maynard D. E. (2013): Ice Flow Patterns in NTS 093G, H (west half) & J, and Detailed Ice Flow History for NTS 093J/05, /06, /11, /12, /13 & /14; Geoscience BC, Report 2013-08.

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