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Journal Article
Published: 20 August 2014
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2014) 51 (9): 862–876.
... derived from it, blankets two low-relief hills. Their combined presence at the top of those hills is curious; therefore, Cholowski Hill, the larger of the two, and its surroundings were studied to try to resolve that apparent contradiction. Cholowski Hill is elongated nearly north–south and overlies...
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Outline of <b>Cholowski</b> <b>Hill</b> superimposed on a portion of the surficial geolog...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 7. Outline of Cholowski Hill superimposed on a portion of the surficial geology map by Richard (1982) . Note that Cholowski Hill lies within, and is oriented like, the till plain mapped by Richard (1982) .
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(A) Total-field magnetic map upon which are superposed <b>Cholowski</b> <b>Hill</b>, faul...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 18. (A) Total-field magnetic map upon which are superposed Cholowski Hill, faults interpreted from structural contours on the surface of the Carlsbad Formation (see Fig. 12 ), and earthquake epicenters. (B) Dashed black outline accentuating that portion of the magnetic field, or spur
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Topographic map of the study area showing the outline of <b>Cholowski</b> <b>Hill</b>, th...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 3. Topographic map of the study area showing the outline of Cholowski Hill, the red soil upland, borehole locations of GSC Russell #1 and OGS-01-06, and previously known faults.
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Two views of the gently rising, low-relief <b>Cholowski</b> <b>Hill</b>. (A)  Looking nor...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 5. Two views of the gently rising, low-relief Cholowski Hill. (A) Looking northeast at the northern portion of the hill, which rises towards the south (to the right). It also rises gently towards the east along the road (from left to right) before increasing its gradient slightly where
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View, looking east, from <b>Cholowski</b> <b>Hill</b> showing the land rising towards the...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 20. View, looking east, from Cholowski Hill showing the land rising towards the observer and the sharp contact between the brown Champlain Sea clay (mid-ground) and the red Queenston-derived soil from mid-ground to the observer.
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Calcareous shale and thin limestone of the Queenston Formation exposed in t...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 8. Calcareous shale and thin limestone of the Queenston Formation exposed in the McVagh quarry at the north end of Cholowski Hill.
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Variations in thickness of the Queenston Formation both on and off Cholowsk...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 4. Variations in thickness of the Queenston Formation both on and off Cholowski Hill. Numbers with a “+” sign denote that drilling had terminated in the Queenston, implying that the formation at that location may be thicker.
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Exposures of red and gray to brown–gray soil used to define the red upland ...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 2. Exposures of red and gray to brown–gray soil used to define the red upland of Cholowski Hill, the shape of which is shown by the black line. Queenston bedrock is exposed in the two quarries.
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Plan view of a glacially transported, rounded, and grooved granite boulder ...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 6. Plan view of a glacially transported, rounded, and grooved granite boulder firmly entrenched in red, Queenston-derived till on Cholowski Hill. The pen on the right points north, and the pointer on the left, which is 13.5 cm long, parallels the grooves and the long dimension
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Same as  Fig. 3 , but with the North Russell and East Ridge faults showing ...
Published: 20 August 2014
Fig. 13. Same as Fig. 3 , but with the North Russell and East Ridge faults showing the narrow band between them at the top of Cholowski Hill in contrast to the much broader expanse of land at lower elevations both west of the North Russell Fault and east of the East Ridge Fault.
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Structural contour map on the surface of the Carlsbad Formation showing wat...
Published: 20 August 2014
blue) occur along the length, and near the top of, Cholowski Hill. Ls, limestone; Dol, dolostone; Fm., formation; elev., elevation.