Bibliography: p. 49-51.
|Other titles||Hazelton and Takla groups of central British Columbia.|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A43 no. 47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 51 p.|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||gs 59000149|
Revision of the Hazelton and Takla Groups of Central British Columbia (Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 47): H.W. Tipper: Books - or: H.W. Tipper. OCLC Number: Description: vii, 51 pages maps (1 folded color in pocket) diagrams. Series Title: Geological Survey of Canada.; Bulletin Other Titles: Hazelton and Takla groups of central British Columbia. Similar Items. Revision of the Hazelton and Takla Groups of central British Columbia by: Tipper HW Published: () ; Mesozoic and?Tertiary rocks of Quatsino Sound, Vancouver Island, British Columbia by: Jeletzky JA Published: () ; Jurassic stratigraphy and history of north-central British Columbia by: Tipper HW, et al. Published: (). Buy Revision of the Hazelton and Takla Groups of Central British Columbia. With maps (Geological Survey of Canada. Bulletin. no. ) by H. W. Tipper (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : H. W. Tipper.
The Takla Group of north-central British Columbia as originally defined contained volcanic and sedimentary rocks of Late Triassic and Jurassic ages. As redefined herein, it consists of three formations in the McConnell Creek map-area. Lowest is the Dewar Formation, composed of argillite and volcanic sandstone that is largely the distal equivalent of basic flows and coarse volcaniclastic rocks of the Savage Mountain by: The Hazelton Group was first introduced by Leach () to describe a Jurassic assemblage of volcanic and sedimen-tary rocks exposed in north-central British Columbia. It re-placed in part the broader term “Porphyrite Group” previously proposed by Dawson (). The Hazelton Group was subject to minor modifications later (e.g., Hanson ;File Size: 7MB. Revised stratigraphy of the Takla Group, north-central British Columbia Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 14(2) February with 60 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Hazelton Group was first introduced by Leach () to describe a Jurassic assemblage of volcanic and sedimentary rocks exposed in north-central British Columbia. It replaced in part the broader term “Porphyrite Group” previously proposed by Dawson ().Cited by:
Revision of the Hazelton and Takla Groups of Central British Columbia. Bulletin Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa, ON. Record #: Hardcopy location: BVIV Ward, B, Geertsema, M, Telka, A, and Mathewes, R. A paleoecological record of climatic deterioration from middle to late Wisconsinan time on the interior plateau of British. Nechako River map area, British Columbia by: Tipper HW Published: () Revision of the Hazelton and Takla Groups of central British Columbia by: Tipper HW Published: (). an areally extensive sedimentary unit named the Bowser Group, resting unconformably upon the Hazelton Group, was introduced. This nomenclature was adopted throughout central and northwestern British Columbia and subsequently adopted by Tipper (), Duffell and Souther (), and others. Download Citation | Timing and tectonic setting of Stikine Terrane magmatism, Babine-Takla lakes area, central British Columbia | New bedrock mapping completed as part of the Nechako NATMAP.