Géographie physique et Quaternaire

Volume 47, numéro 3, 1993 La néotectonique de la région des Grands Lacs Neotectonics of the Great Lakes area

Sommaire (14 articles)

  1. Preface : Neotectonics of the Great Lakes area
  2. Stratigraphic and Structural Framework of Upper Middle Ordovician Rocks in the Head Lake-Burleigh Falls Area of South-Central Ontario
  3. The Bedrock Surface of the Western Lake Ontario Region: Evidence of Reactivated Basement Structures?
  4. The Southern Extension and Reactivations of the Clarendon-Linden Fault System
  5. Structural Elements and Neotectonics of Prince Edward County, Southern Ontario
  6. A Reconnaissance Geophysical Survey of the Kawartha Lakes and Lake Simcoe, Ontario
  7. Recent Deformation in the Bottom Sediments of Western and Southeastern Lake Ontario and its Association with Major Structures and Seismicity
  8. Regional Stratigraphic Framework of Surficial Sediments and Bedrock Beneath Lake Ontario
  9. Seismicity and Seismotectonics of the Western Lake Ontario Region
  10. Natural and Induced Seismicity in the Lake Erie-Lake Ontario Region: Reactivation of Ancient Faults with Little Neotectonic Displacement
  11. 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
  1. Index du volume 47 — 1993