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Representative leaf fossils from <b>Strathcona</b> <b>Fiord</b> (A, C–E, H), Stenkul Fior...
Published: 01 January 2012
Figure 6. Representative leaf fossils from Strathcona Fiord (A, C–E, H), Stenkul Fiord (B, F), and Split Lake (I), all from the Margaret Formation. Leaf fossils A–E and H display the large size (length >10 cm) typical of these Arctic floras ( Greenwood et al., 2010 ). Leaf fossils B and H
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Map showing the <b>Strathcona</b> <b>Fiord</b> beaver-pond site, Ellesmere Island, Nunavu...
Published: 29 March 2002
Fig. 2. Map showing the Strathcona Fiord beaver-pond site, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut (inset).
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1976
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1976) 24 (4): 485–639.
... Fiord (open-marine shelf and deltaic-marine shelf); Strathcona Fiord (meandering stream); Hecla Bay (braided stream); Fram (meandering stream) (new); Hell Gate (braided stream) (new); Nordstrand Point (meandering stream) (new); Beverley Inlet (meandering stream) (new); and Parry Islands (braided stream...
Series: DNAG, Geology of North America
Published: 01 January 1991
DOI: 10.1130/DNAG-GNA-E.435
EISBN: 9780813754505
... Abstract Macrofossils are extremely rare in Arctic Cenozoic sediments, apart from rare nondiagnostic gastropods and pelecypods, plus foraminifera, fish, scaphopods and land vertebrates recorded from the Strathcona Fiord area, Ellesmere Island (Westetal., 1977, 1981). These have only a local...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 December 1987
GSA Bulletin (1987) 99 (6): 739–747.
...LISA TAUXE; DAVID R. CLARK Abstract Some 300 specimens from 101 sites were analyzed from sections spanning more than 2,000 m of lignitic carbonate and clastic rocks. The sediments belong to the lower Tertiary Eureka Sound Group and are exposed near Bay and Strathcona Fiords on Ellesmere Island...
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1986
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (1986) 23 (6): 787–793.
...Werner Schwarzhans Abstract Fish otoliths of five species are present in lower Tertiary (Paleocene to Lower Eocene) rocks at Strathcona Fiord, Ellesmere Island. Two species are new, one is conspecific with a species known from the Lower Eocene of southern England, and two remain in open...
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Map of the eastern part of the Arctic Archipelago showing areas within the ...
Published: 24 July 2001
Fig. 1. Map of the eastern part of the Arctic Archipelago showing areas within the Eureka Sound Group bearing Eocene terrestrial vertebrates: 1, Mokka Fiord; 2, Bay FiordStrathcona Fiord; 3, Stenkul Fiord; 4, Swinnerton Peninsula.
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Composite litho- and biostratigraphy at Bay <b>Fiord</b>. Stratigraphic assignment...
Published: 09 January 2015
positions using marked air photos (courtesy of J. H. Hutchison) and GPS positions on Google Earth satellite images. Localities and specimen numbers in bold include those discussed here. Data from Stenkul and Strathcona fiords (CMN 32232 and CMN 32267, respectively) are not included. Note: based on our
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Index map of a portion of the Arctic Islands, showing locations of graptoli...
Published: 20 August 2013
; 11, Ptarmigan Lake; 12, Strathcona Fiord. Squares are key sections.
Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1989
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1989) 37 (1): 48–82.
... to the interdigitation with west- ward-migrating redbeds assigned to the Strathcona Fiord Formation. Boothia-related flexure and the edge of the under- lying carbonate shelf in the region of, and to the west of, Arthur Fiord (Devon Island) were responsible for the west- ward thickening of the Bird Fiord Formation...
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1986
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1986) 34 (2): 240–270.
... Island (Fig. 2). Selected escriptive and interpretive details culled from these sections have been published previously (West etal . , 1981; Miall, 1981, 1984a, b) but the basic descriptive data have not hitherto been presented. More than 6 km of section were measured in 1977 in the Strathcona Fiord area...
Journal Article
Published: 24 July 2001
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2001) 38 (7): 1107–1116.
...Fig. 1. Map of the eastern part of the Arctic Archipelago showing areas within the Eureka Sound Group bearing Eocene terrestrial vertebrates: 1, Mokka Fiord; 2, Bay FiordStrathcona Fiord; 3, Stenkul Fiord; 4, Swinnerton Peninsula. ...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1987
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1987) 35 (4): 460–468.
... porous and 122 to 152 m thick. On southern Ellesmere Island, the Disappointment Ray Formation lies conformably above the Goose Fiord and Vendom Fiord formations and below the Bird Fiord and Strathcona Fiord formations (Fig. 3). It is up to 726 m Fig. 1. Section 3, viewed from south (cliff height 200 m...
Journal Article
Published: 29 March 2002
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2002) 39 (4): 439–443.
...Fig. 2. Map showing the Strathcona Fiord beaver-pond site, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut (inset). ...
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Journal Article
Published: 06 July 2007
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2007) 44 (5): 585–592.
... : Early Pliocene (5–4 Ma). Beaver Pond site near the southwestern end of Strathcona Fiord (78°33 ’ N, 82°22 ’ W; 367 m above sea level), beneath Braskerud Plain, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. Holotype from main locality, in place 2.5 cm below the top of the original exposure near its western end...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1987
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1987) 35 (2): 123–142.
... A of Miall (1981) and Member III of West and others (! 981) described from the Strathcona Fiord area, central E les- mere Island. Both Assdmblage A and Member III were interpreted as brackish deposits of an estuary or large lagoon, and this interpretation is here assigned to Member 1 at Stenkul Fiord...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 January 2012
GSA Bulletin (2012) 124 (1-2): 3–23.
...Figure 6. Representative leaf fossils from Strathcona Fiord (A, C–E, H), Stenkul Fiord (B, F), and Split Lake (I), all from the Margaret Formation. Leaf fossils A–E and H display the large size (length >10 cm) typical of these Arctic floras ( Greenwood et al., 2010 ). Leaf fossils B and H...
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Journal Article
Published: 16 September 2009
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2009) 46 (7): 557–570.
..., the fossils show percids were already in the area by the Pliocene. The most diagnostic fossil elements from Strathcona Fiord, particularly the cleithra and anguloarticular bones, were compared with a diversity of perciform species, including those that currently inhabit freshwaters of Canada...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1999
Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology (1999) 47 (3): 223–254.
... 35. STRATHCONA FIORD 36. SPLIT LAKE 37. JOKEL FIORD 38. JOHAN PENINSULA PROFILE C 39. SVARTFJELD PENINSULA 40. HVITLAND PENINSULA 41. EMMA FIORD 42. HANSEN POINT 43. PHILLIPS INLET 44. WOOTTON PENINSULA 45. YELVERTON BAY 46. M'CLINTOCK GLACIER 47. DISRAELI GLACIER 48. CRANSTONE PENINSULA 49. KAP...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2014
Journal of Sedimentary Research (2014) 84 (1): 19–25.
... in the Miocene Ballast Brook Formation on Banks Island ( Williams et al. 2008 ) and the terrace gravels hosting the mid-Pliocene Beaver Pond and Fyles Leaf Bed localities at Strathcona Fiord, Ellesmere Island ( Matthews and Fyles 2000 ; Csank et al. 2011 ; Rybczynski et al. 2013 ). There are no standing...
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