Géographie physique et Quaternaire

Volume 47, Number 3, 1993 La néotectonique de la région des Grands Lacs Neotectonics of the Great Lakes area Guest-edited by Joe L. Wallach and J. Alan Heginbottom

Table of contents (14 articles)

  • Preface : neotectonics of the Great Lakes area / Préface
  • Stratigraphic and Structural Framework of Upper Middle Ordovician Rocks in the Head Lake-Burleigh Falls Area of South-Central Ontario
  • The Bedrock Surface of the Western Lake Ontario Region: Evidence of Reactivated Basement Structures?
  • The Southern Extension and Reactivations of the Clarendon-Linden Fault System
  • Structural Elements and Neotectonics of Prince Edward County, Southern Ontario
  • A Reconnaissance Geophysical Survey of the Kawartha Lakes and Lake Simcoe, Ontario
  • Recent Deformation in the Bottom Sediments of Western and Southeastern Lake Ontario and its Association with Major Structures and Seismicity
  • Regional Stratigraphic Framework of Surficial Sediments and Bedrock Beneath Lake Ontario
  • Seismicity and Seismotectonics of the Western Lake Ontario Region
  • Natural and Induced Seismicity in the Lake Erie-Lake Ontario Region: Reactivation of Ancient Faults with Little Neotectonic Displacement
  • Pop-Up Structures and the Fracture Pattern in the Balsam Lake Area, Southern Ontario
  • Notes

    1. Bedrock Stress Release Features on Manitoulin Island, Ontario
    2. Contemporary Subsidence and Ground Movement, Southwestern Ontario: Possible Bedrock Controls
  • Index du volume 47 — 1993
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