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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1986
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1986) 23 (6): 869–884.
...June M. Ryder; Michael Church Abstract The history of Holocene fluvial terraces was investigated by stratigraphic, morphological, and palaeohydrologic methods. The terraces were formed in glaciofluvial and glaciolacustrine sediments by the Fraser River: degradation alternated with episodes...
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Schematic southwest–northeast cross-section across the <span class="search-highlight">Lillooet</span> <span class="search-highlight">River</span> valle...
Published: 06 July 2021
Fig. 5. Schematic southwest–northeast cross-section across the Lillooet River valley showing (A) present-day profile of Plinth Peak and location of the volcanic vent for the 24.3 ka pyroclastic density current (PDC), the Lillooet River valley, and the location of PDC deposits preserved
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Comparison of suspended sediment yield for the <span class="search-highlight">Lillooet</span> <span class="search-highlight">River</span> watershed (th...
Published: 14 September 2017
Fig. 10. Comparison of suspended sediment yield for the Lillooet River watershed (this study; red circle with error bars) and specific sediment yield (i.e., “the quantity of sediment passing a monitored river cross-section per unit area drained upstream of that section”; Church and Slaymaker
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Summary diagram comparing sediment yield in the <span class="search-highlight">Lillooet</span> <span class="search-highlight">River</span> watershed (b...
Published: 14 September 2017
Fig. 11. Summary diagram comparing sediment yield in the Lillooet River watershed (bottom), dated landslides at Mount Meager ( Friele et al. 2008 ), and glacier fluctuations in western Canada (top; modified from Clague et al. 2009 ) and Garibaldi Provincial Park (middle; modified from Koch et
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Sediment yield and maximum daily discharge of <span class="search-highlight">Lillooet</span> <span class="search-highlight">River</span> during the twe...
Published: 14 September 2017
Fig. 13. Sediment yield and maximum daily discharge of Lillooet River during the twentieth century. [Colour online.]
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<span class="search-highlight">Lillooet</span> <span class="search-highlight">River</span> hydrographs and rainstorm data for 1984, 1991, and 1992. Max...
Published: 07 February 2007
Fig. 6. Lillooet River hydrographs and rainstorm data for 1984, 1991, and 1992. Maximum daily discharges (Qmax) are given for the dominant rainstorm-generated floods. Corresponding varve deposits from site 2 are shown with inferred event-based correlations denoted by letter symbols a to h (see
Journal Article
Published: 06 July 2021
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2021) 58 (10): 1146–1154.
...Fig. 5. Schematic southwest–northeast cross-section across the Lillooet River valley showing (A) present-day profile of Plinth Peak and location of the volcanic vent for the 24.3 ka pyroclastic density current (PDC), the Lillooet River valley, and the location of PDC deposits preserved...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1991
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1991) 28 (5): 800–815.
... (last 10 500 years BP) lacustrine deposition, with most of the sediment derived from Lillooet River. A lower, thicker (12–22 m), acoustically stratified layer is interpreted as high-energy glaciolacustrine deposits. This large volume of deglaciation sediment is derived from two sources: ( i ) ice...
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Map of the Mount Meager volcanic complex area. Streams that drain the flank...
Published: 07 July 2006
Fig. 3. Map of the Mount Meager volcanic complex area. Streams that drain the flanks of the volcano flow into Lillooet River. Lillooet River has a single channel above its confluence with Meager Creek, but is braided below (modified after Bovis and Jakob 2000 ).
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1975
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1975) 12 (10): 1697–1711.
...R. Gilbert Abstract Sediment from Lillooet River Basin, 3580 sq km of alpine and subalpine landscape, 7% of which is glacier-covered, is deposited in Lillooet Lake. During the summer when the lake is stratified by temperature and suspended sediment content, processes of interflow and underflow...
Journal Article
Published: 14 September 2017
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2018) 55 (1): 18–32.
...Fig. 10. Comparison of suspended sediment yield for the Lillooet River watershed (this study; red circle with error bars) and specific sediment yield (i.e., “the quantity of sediment passing a monitored river cross-section per unit area drained upstream of that section”; Church and Slaymaker...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 1967
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1967) 4 (1): 163–170.
... Lillooet River, the ash both, thins and fans out east-northeasterly as far as westernmost Alberta in the vicinity of the North Saskatchewan River. Peat immediately below the ash in a bog near Jesmond, British Columbia, was dated by radiocarbon at 2 440 ± 140 years before present (B.P.). The track...
Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2009
DOI: 10.1144/SP320.14
EISBN: 9781862395688
... in Lillooet River valley during the Holocene originated from the volcano. In these cases a significant overall reduction in sediment yield must await the removal, by erosion, of volcanic edifices, a process that could take up to millions of years. These examples of paraglacial activity on Quaternary volcanoes...
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Journal Article
Published: 13 February 2004
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2004) 41 (2): 165–182.
... from failure of hydrothermally altered pyroclastic rock at mid levels on the mountain and a later rock avalanche from a higher source. Both debris flows likely traveled down Meager Creek, and preliminary evidence from drilling indicates the 4400-year-old event traveled down Lillooet River into areas...
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Journal Article
Published: 05 July 2006
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2006) 43 (6): 671–678.
...) and annual maximum mean daily discharge of Lillooet River (A.D. 1930–1999), but these relations are not stable through time. Following A.D. 1977, the relation between varve thickness and annual maximum mean daily discharge is stronger. Prior to A.D. 1977, varve thickness is correlated with March to October...
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Scatter plot and inter-annual hydrographical comparison of the mean daily d...
Published: 07 February 2007
Fig. 2. Scatter plot and inter-annual hydrographical comparison of the mean daily discharge time series for Lillooet River and Fitzsimmons Creek. Inset bar graphs on scatter plot show histograms of the plotted Lillooet River ( a ) and Fitzsimmons Creek ( b ) hydrometric data. Annual peak freshet
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Figure 1. A: Aerial photograph of <span class="search-highlight">Lillooet</span> Lake, showing distinct scalloped...
Published: 01 October 2005
Figure 1. A: Aerial photograph of Lillooet Lake, showing distinct scalloped plunge line of river plume where Lillooet River enters lake. Measurement locations at 17 m (D), 25 m (E, G, H, and I) and 55 m (F) and transect line (C) are shown. Insert shows location of Lillooet Lake in British Columbia
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Schematic depiction of the debris flow and rock avalanche phases of the two...
Published: 13 February 2004
closer to the mouth of Meager Creek, than today ( Friele 2002 ). A similar debris flow today would likely extend into the settled portion of the Lillooet River valley.
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Fig. 3.   Photograph of the confluence between the Orca–Beluga Glacier (lef...
Published: 08 March 2011
Fig. 3. Photograph of the confluence between the Orca–Beluga Glacier (left) and Manatee Glacier (right) taken in 1931 by Tom Fyles on an expedition to the Lillooet River watershed. Reproduced from Carter (1932) .
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(A) and (D), Whistler monthly temperature and precipitation for years 1958 ...
Published: 07 February 2007
Fig. 9. (A) and (D), Whistler monthly temperature and precipitation for years 1958 and 1999, respectively. (B) and (E), Lillooet River hydrographs. (C) and (F), interpreted sediment-core images from site 2.