3 edition of The geological history of Lake Superior found in the catalog.
The geological history of Lake Superior
|Statement||by Robert Bell.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 03554.|
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|Number of Pages||16|
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The geologic history of the Lake Superior region, beginning about billion years ago, is indeed fascination, and LaBerge's enthusiastic telling of this geologic story makes Geology of the Lake Superior Region a most useful by: Join the conversation as an earth scientist and a Native American elder—wise men from two cultures—explore the natural history of the Lake Superior region, examining both the science and the spirit of the land/5(7).
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. The geological history of Lake Superior [microform] Item Preview The geological history of Lake Superior [microform] by Bell, Robert, Publication date Topics Geology, GéologiePages: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Bell, Robert, Geological history of Lake Superior.
Toronto: Murray, (DLC)nuc (OCoLC) Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin. Author(s): Richard J. Wold, William J. Hinze. Geological evidence relating to interpretation of the Lake Superior Basin structure.
Author(s) Lake Superior geology and tectonics—overview and major unsolved problems. Author(s). Originally published inGrace Lee Nute’s Lake Superior was out of print and had become a rare volume, although it remains a valuable, almost unassailable history of the greatest of the Great Lakes.
Detailing the lake’s history from the arrival of Etienne Brule and Grenoble prior toNute follows nearly years of commerce, community development, civic activity and other events, with most of. The sequential history of the series of lakes has been largely deduced from correlations of their abandoned shorelines around the Lake Superior basin.
The most recent comprehensive study of these shorelines is that of Farrand (; summarized ). 68 rows All we ask is that if you make use of them you provide due credit to the original authors.
In. Lake Superior Geology. About billion years ago during the Proterozoic Eon a great plume of hot mantle rock rose under this area, stretching the crust and erupting many huge basaltic lava flows (black) in the subsiding basin along the Midcontinent Rift System.
Note the. Geology Timeline V. Lake Superior Rocks. Summary: Northern Minnesota has a dynamic geologic history born of oceans, fire, and ice. The rocks that we now see along the shoreline can help us to tell the story of what happened in this region.
In this lesson students will actively develop an understanding of geology of the Lake Superior Basin File Size: KB. The Superior outlet is supposed to have crossed the upper peninsula of Michigan and joined the branch, draining from the northern end of what is now Lake Michigan.
The now shallow Erie basin was then a portion of a plain, across which the ancient Erigan river flowed in a valley feet or more in depth.
Chel Anderson and Adelheid Fischer have written an accessible book that comprehensively describes the history and The geological history of Lake Superior book of the coast, surrounding highlands, and Lake Superior itself.
In addition, the authors have provided fascinating subchapters on some of the most interesting species that are key elements of the region. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bell, Robert, Geological history of Lake Superior.
Toronto: Murray, (OCoLC) Material Type. The geological history of Lake Superior book Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey has completed a data preservation and presentation project on their Lake Superior Legacy Collection.
This collection contains the raw materials (notebooks, maps, samples, thin sections) of the Lake Superior Division of the USGS and is available here.
ILSG Field Guides win award. Klasner, W. Cannon, W. Van Schmus, "4: The pre-Keweenawan tectonic history of southern Canadian Shield and its influence on formation of the Midcontinent Rift", Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin, Richard J.
Wold, William J. Hinze. LAKE SUPERIOR, a collection of Lorine Niedecker’s writings from Wave Books, is unlike most posthumous volumes. The compilation opens with the title poem, “Lake Superior,” and then. Speaking of geology, you have been and will continue to travel through some very impressive geological formations all around Lake Superior.
If you have an interest in geology, the best book to have along is “Roadside Geology of Ontario: North Shore of Lake Superior” by E. Pye. It is keyed to mileages along the route and points out. This amply-illustrated promotional guidebook, issued by the General Passenger Department of the Duluth South Shore & Atlantic Railway, describes in great detail the sights and recreational opportunities afforded visitors along Lake Superior's South Shore.
The author follows the route from Sault Ste. Marie west to Duluth, including Marquette, Presque Isle and Macinac as well as other major. Books From California via United States: Hardcover, ISBN Publisher: Geological Society of America, Good. Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin, William J Hinze,Richard J.
Ex-library copy with usual markings. Shows minor wear. payment | shipping rates | returns Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin Product Category: Books ISBN:. Lake Superior first took shape about billion years ago as a result of the North American Mid-Continent Rift, which carved an arc-shaped Author: Kim Ann Zimmermann.
The geology of the North Shore of Lake Superior tells the story of an aborted attempt by the North American continent (Laurentia) to break apart about billion years ago. Continental rifting is a common and recurring process in the history of the earth that leads to break-up of continents and the formation of ocean basins.
Edited by Wave Books Publication Date: April 2, ISBN# (x pp, paperback and limited edition hardcover) Desc. Bio; Reviews; Contents; Lake Superior: Lorine Niedecker's Poem and Journal, Along with Other Sources, Documents, and Readings is a collection of personal, geologic, and historical writings by Lori ne Niedecker and others.
It includes the poet’s. The Lake Superior Basin's Fiery Beginning. When geologists look at Lake Superior, we see the beauty and drama, but also clues to exciting geological events of the past, a unique history that speaks of fire and ice.
Geiger, C. A., / PRECAMBRIAN METAMORPHISM IN THE SOUTHERN LAKE SUPERIOR REGION AND ITS BEARING ON CRUSTAL EVOLUTION URANIUM AND THORIUM IN SELECTED PRECAMBRIAN ROCKS UNITS IN WISCONSIN DOE PUBICATIONS ON URANIUM AND RADIOMETRIC SURVEYS OF WISCONSIN, In; Geoscience Wisconsin, Vol July.
Tectonics of the Keweenawan Basin, Western Lake Superior Region By WALTER S. WHITE SHORTER CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER E Analysis of geological and geophysical data indicates divergence between trends of ancient Keweenawan troughs and the trend of the present structural depressionCited by: Map of Nipissing Great Lakes from the U.S.
Geological Survey monograph of Nipissing Great Lakes was a prehistoric proglacial lake. Parts of the former lake are now Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Georgian Bay and Lake Michigan. It formed about 7, years before present (YBP).
Jackson, C. and Hodge, J. / REMARKS ON THE GEOLOGY, MINERALOGY, AND MINES OF LAKE SUPERIOR, and ON THE MINERAL REGION OF LAKE SUPERIOR, reprint of original, 26 pages, - 1 - $ 8 Jopling, J.
A fascinating, fast-paced history of Lake Superior, from the time of the glaciers to the present, complemented by handy travelers’ tips for historic destinations. In Shining Big Sea Water, historian Norman K. Risjord offers a grand tour of Lake Superior’s remarkable history.
Geology Of The Lake Superior Region book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Considered one of the classic geologic areas of the wo /5. Geologic data for the Lake Superior region were compiled principally from the maps cited below.
Most of the cited maps in tum are compilations of other maps; references to the original map data are found in the bibliographies of the regional compilations listed here. This short video tells the “story behind the scenery” covering both the geology and geoheritage - how the MCR gave rise to Lake Superior that is the basis of the area’s water-based history.
good books about rocks and other geologic phenomena in the state. These include Minnesota's Rocks andWaters by George M. ena and their place in geologic history. Consequently many ofthe Lake Superior is feet above sea level.
but places n fcw miles inland from the lake reach an e1evalion ofncarly 2, feet; ofthese, Eagle Mountain is. Lake Duluth; 11, – 11, YBP in the western half of the Superior basin. Glacial Lake St. Louis occupied St. Louis Bay at the southern tip of modern Lake Superior. Lake Keweenaw; 12, – 12, YBP in the western Superior basin.
Atlantic Ocean. Lake Albany in the valley of the Hudson River. The Upper Great Lakes The Upper Great Lakes (Michigan, Huron and Superior) went through similar stages of high a low water levels, coinciding with the advance and retreat of the major ice lobes in each basin.
Lake Chicago was nearly forced from its banks with the Lake Border advance about years after the lake was formed. Glacial and post glacial geological history of Isle Royale National Park, Michigan - Links to Projects, Publications and Information for Accounting Unit - Lake Superior Surface Water Stations in.
OF LAKE SUPERIOR IRON Currently the only source of domestic iron ore. In recent years, Lake Superior ores provided roughly 85% of U.S. demand. Annual production varies but is generally about 50 million tons of concentrate valued at about $2 billion. : A Guidebook To The Geology Of Lake Superior's Apostle Islands National Lakeshore And Nearby Areas Of The Bayfield Peninsula Of Wisconsin () by Nuhfer, Edward B.; Dalles, Mary P.
and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books Price Range: $ - $ Congress authorized a geological survey of the Upper Peninsula region of Michigan in This map is one result of that project. This map of Lake Superior and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan extends from 45° to 48°55' north latitude, and from 83°40' to 92°12' longitude west from Greenwich.
The several geological features are in different. The pre-contact history of the Lake Superior is poorly understood in Minnesota due to a scarcity of known archaeological sites. No prehistoric archaeological sites have been excavated and only three prehistoric sites are recorded along Lake Superior in the Minnesota archaeological site files.
“In Sustaining Lake Superior,Nancy Langston takes stock of the big lake and the surrounding dives into to the geology, biology, and human dimensions and shows how they are all intertwined.
This fascinating book makes it clear why Lake Superior deserves our respect and protection: we are part of the lake, and the lake is part of us.”—William Rapai, author of Lake.
The Lake Superior agate is a type of agate stained by iron and found on the shores of Lake wide distribution and iron-rich bands of color reflect the gemstone's geologic history in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Michigan.Rock hunters and agate collectors traveling around Lake Superior should consider taking a slight side trip (on Interstate 35) about 36 miles south of Duluth, Mn to see the very impressive Lake Superior Agate collection and rock displays at the interpretive center located with the Moose Lake Park Visitor Center.
If you have a annual state park pass or a pass for the day from visiting another.Halls, H, C.,A review of the Keweenawan geology of the Lake Superior region, in The earth beneath the continents—A volume of geophysical studies in honor of .