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Studies of lake cover in Labrador-Ungava.

McGill Sub-Arctic Research Laboratory.

Studies of lake cover in Labrador-Ungava.

by McGill Sub-Arctic Research Laboratory.

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Published by McGill University, Department of Geography in Montreal .
Written in English


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SeriesMcGill sub-arctic research papers -- no.25
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Open LibraryOL14096297M

rology and Labrador-Ungava stimulated me to pursue a mas-ter’s degree at McGill University after graduating in After attending McGill’s summer school in Stanstead, Que-bec, and further meteorological training at Dorval Airport to satisfy the Canadian Meteorological Service, I became one of four graduate student weather observers. A subset of these data was expanded to show the Lake Agassiz and Hudson Bay Lowland peat basins in more detail (Fig. b; Morin and Thorliefson, ). The evolution of these peat basins was largely shaped by the dynamics of the Laurentide Ice Sheet f to 14 C yr BP. The ice sheet had several ice domes that shifted in location Cited by: 5.

Full text of "Snow survey report, east and middle Oakville Creeks drainage basin, " See other formats i.¥) Water mansgement in Ontario [Mt^ f// Onlario Water Resources Corrifflissioiitr ^'-v^ MAR 15 J^m^r Resources Bulletin J2limatic series SNOW SURVEY REPORT EAST AND MIDDLE OAKVILLE CREEKS DRAINAGE BASIN IHD . Lake Agassiz in Manitoba was large and draining into the Mississippi River. By K, the Ice Sheet was well north of the Great Lakes, with Lake Agassiz to the west now very large. Newfoundland and Labrador were ice-free, as was the North Shore of the St. Lawrence except for a small bottleneck around Sept-Îles.

Crescent in shape, this lake's tributaries include the Dranse and the Venoge. Periods when the water mass shifts from one end to another are known as seiches. At one end of the 45 mile long lake lies the world's highest waterspout, constructed by the wealthy citizens of the town from which it derives its name. Labrador Current An oceanic current that brings cold Arctic waters southwards into the North Atlantic along the western margin of Greenland. Frequently it carries icebergs southwards, concentrating them in the area to the east of the Grand Banks in late spring to early summer. Fog banks often occur off the coast of Newfoundland where the Labrador Current meets the Gulf .


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thesis presented to McGill University, Montréal. Unpub. 6 PETERSON J. The WhiteguII Lake Area, Labrador-Ungava: Studies of the late. Labrador-Ungava is, of course, covered by the standard national or continental climatologies, notably the Climatologie al Atlas of Canada (1), published jointly by the Division of Building Research, National Research Council, and the Department of Transport.

There hâve also been spécifie studies of the macro­. The relationship between settlement and the physical environment in part of the West Lake area of Manitoba from GB M3 C37 Toronto into Muskoka, a geographic traverse / W.G.

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Studies of the Spray Zone of Churchill Falls, Labrador* G. BRASSARD, Ph.D (Ottawa), STANLEY FROST, Ph.D (Liv.), MARSHALL LAIRD, Ph.D, (NZ), O. OLSEN, Ph.D (McGill) & D. STEELE, Ph.D (McGiU) Department of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St John's, Newfoundland, Canada ABSTRACT Inwith the cooperation of the Churchill Falls (Labrador Cited by: The physical geography of Wisconsin.

-- Author: Martin, Lawrence, Publication info: Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, In this paper we analyze drainage routes and estimate fluxes of meltwater released from Labrador-Ungava glacial lakes into the Labrador Sea, Ungava Bay, and Hudson Bay between and kyr BP.

Sampling of Snow and, Ice on Lakes. and currents at the base of the ice cover. Many studies (Adams et al and the quality of the lake ice profile on Knob Lake, central Labrador—Ungava. Synonyms for Labrador-Ungava in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Labrador-Ungava. 3 words related to Labrador: Newfoundland and Labrador, Labrador Peninsula, Labrador-Ungava Peninsula.

What are synonyms for Labrador-Ungava. ABSTRACT. An examination of rates of ice growth, actual ice thickness and the quality of the lake ice profile on Knob Lake, central Labrador- Ungava, showed that all these factors were extremely variable.

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The peninsula includes the region of Labrador, which is part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Highest point: Mount Caubvick. Labrador-Ungava Peninsula: 1 n a peninsular region of eastern Canada between Hudson Bay and the Labrador Sea; contains most of Quebec and the mainland part of Newfoundland and Labrador Synonyms: Labrador Peninsula Example of: peninsula a large mass of land projecting into a body of water.

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Geomorphological investigations in the Torngat Mountains of northeastern Labrador-Ungava The writer, assisted by his wife, worked for a second summer season in the northeastern part of Labrador-Un- gava, continuing and expanding the program of work initiated in The central area of study lay athwart the.

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Reviews of recent directions in numerical modelling and the characteristics of past Arctic climates set the stage for detailed discussion of recent climate Cited by: Labrador Current definition: a cold ocean current flowing southwards off the coast of Labrador and meeting the warm | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

Palaeoeskimo in Newfoundland & Labrador. By M.A.P. Renouf Fall [Originally published in printed form] From approximately to years ago, palaeoeskimo groups lived in the eastern Canadian arctic (Fig. 1). to an ice sheet.

Because the initial snow cover would quickly expand via this albedo feedback mechanism, the process was dubbed, with considerable exaggeration, instantaneous glacierization. As early asJames Croll, in his book Climate and Time in Their Geological Relations: A Theory of Secular Change of the Earth’s Climate.The history and dynamics of the Laurentide Ice Sheet (LIS) have been the focus of research for over a century (e.g., Tyrrell, ; Coleman, ; Flint, ).However, the maximum extent, basal ice dynamics, and pattern of retreat of the LIS during the last glacial cycle have been debated along many of its sectors, in particular in the eastern Arctic (e.g., Miller et al., ).Adams WP and Findlay BF () Snow measurement in the vicinity of Knob Lake, central Labrador-Ungava, winter – In: Proceedings of the Eastern Snow Conference, 23rd Annual meeting, Hartford, Connecticut, Feb.

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