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Geology and Geomorphology - Nahanni National Park Reserve

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/nt/nahanni/decouvrir-discover/natcul1c

Apr 25, 2019 ...Geology and Geomorphology Nahanni National Park Reserve is located in the northern section of the cordilleran physiographic region. The park area is mostly mountainous, with a diversified topography which includes mountain ranges, rolling hills, elevated plateaux, broad depressions, and incised river valleys. Elevations range from 180 m ASL (above sea level

Geology - Forillon National Park

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Apr 10, 2019 ...Sunrise illuminates limestone cliffs of Cap-Bon-Ami. Mathieu Dupuis Geology Forillon’s landscapes are so spectacular, it’s only natural to be curious about how they came to be formed! Forillon is the perfect place to learn how to interpret landscapes. Its exposed geological formations and phenomena provide real opportunities for appreciating the earth’s

Polar and Northern science

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May 30, 2019 ...Polar and Northern science The science of ice and snow, northern land and marine research, arctic geology and polar research. Services and information Polar knowledge Support for scientists, innovators and managers through polar initiatives in science and technology. Arctic geology research Mining and oil and gas development in the Arctic, including

Geology - Nááts'įhch'oh National Park Reserve

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Feb 1, 2019 ...Geology The jagged peaks and curved valleys in Nááts’įhch’oh National Park Reserve provide many clues about the geologic processes that have been at work in Shúhta (Central Mackenzie Mountains) over time. Sediments and mountain building © Parks Canada / Tess Espey The northeastern branch of the Rocky Mountains, Shúhta’s geological features highlight

Science subjects

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May 30, 2019 ..., soil, water, animal, insect and crop improvement. Fisheries and aquaculture science Research and data on fisheries, aquaculture, aquatic ecosystems and aquatic animal health. Aquatic ecosystems and ocean science Fish habitats, aquatic species, aquaculture, marine contaminants, aquatic biotechnology and biomonitoring. Earth science Resources related to geology

Classification description — Engineering and scientific support personnel

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Jun 3, 2019 ... Building services Heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, design, construction, and maintenance of electrical systems, power generation, transmission and distribution Marine and aeronautical engineering Design, construction, and maintenance of ships, aircraft and components Geology Areas of sedimentary geology, geophysics, or other geosciences

Geology - Rouge National Urban Park

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Nov 2, 2018 ...Geology Rouge National Urban Park is home to some amazing geological features, including moraines, shale, and hints and clues of ice ages from the distant past. Here are some of the park’s more notable geological features. Oak ridges moraine The Oak Ridges Moraine was formed 12,000 years ago during the last glaciation period. Today, it serves

Interpretive programs and tours - Gros Morne National Park

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May 15, 2019 ...Interpretive programs and tours The rocks of Gros Morne National Park explain how continents got their shape, why volcanoes erupt and why earthquakes shake our planet. Geology and natural history are not the only gems to be found in Gros Morne. Explore the rich culture of the people and the area’s indigenous traditions. Incredible geology paired

Geology - Chambly Canal National Historic Site

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Oct 25, 2018 ...Geology The Richelieu River Valley, in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, lies on sedimentary rocks which are some 450 million years old and which formed during the Cambrian period of the Paleozoic era. The bedrock of this area consists of clay schists and sandstone of the Utica group, clay schists and sandstone of the Lorraine group (sub-formation of Breault

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