Geoscience Canada

Volume 21, numéro 3, september 1994

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Articles

    Earthquakes in the Lake Ontario Region: Intermittent Scattered Activity, not Persistent Trends
    Inferring Past Climatic Changes in Canada Using Paleolimnological Techniques.

Issues in Canadian Geoscience

    WOMEN IN GEOSCIENCE: THE NEXT DECADE An Introduction / RÔLE DES FEMMES EN SCIENCES DE LA TERRE: LA PROCHAINE DÉCENNIE Introduction
    Notable Canadian Women in the History of Geology
    Women in Earth Science / Geology Departments of Canadian Universities: 1983-1992
    Challenges and Rewards of Graduate Studies in the Geosciences: A Woman's Perspective
    Will There Be Pink Jobs and Blue Jobs in Canadian Mining?
    Job Sharing in Academia: Reconnaissance Map of the Terrane
    Flexible University Faculty Positions
    Women's Work in Geology: A Historical Perspective on Gender Division in Canadian Science

Conference Reports / Compte rendus de réunions

    CANQUA - CGRG 1995

GAC Presidential Address

    PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS: "Changing Geologic Times"

Book Reviews / Critiques

    Les apports de la conquête spatiale a l'humanité
    The Travels of George M. Dawson with the British North America Boundary Commission in the Year 1873; To the Charlottes. George Dawson's 1878 Survey of the Queen Charlotte Islands; No Ordinary Man. George Dawson — 1849-1901

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