Published November 1993
by Canadian Plains Research Center .
Written in English
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Glaciotectonics and Mapping Glacial Deposits. James S. Aber — Science. Proceedings of the INQUA Commission on Formation and Properties of Glacial Deposits their stratigraphic record and reservoir characteristics of glaciogenic deposits. The book comprises 3 overview papers and 16 original case studies of Neoproterozoic to Pleistocene. The University of Regina Press (U of R Press) publishes trade non-fiction and scholarly books on Indigenous studies and Aboriginal languages, Canadian history, regional studies, the environment, public policy, and other topics. With a goal of publishing quality writing and scholarship on issues that matter to readers inside and outside the academy, the U of R Press . Regional mapping and classification of glaciotectonic landforms was undertaken by Moran et al. () across the northern Plains of the United States and western Canada. They recognized two categories of glacier-bed landforms: 1) glacial-thrust blocks and source depressions, and 2) streamlined terrain. In Aber, J. S. (ed.): Glaciotectonics and mapping glacial deposits. Proceedings of the INQUA Commission on Formation and Properties of Glacial Deposits, Volume 1, 36 .
James S. Aber has been a member of the ESU faculty since , before which he was on the faculty at Chadron State College, Nebraska. His primary teaching and research interests include geomorphology, glacial and Quaternary geology, structural and tectonic geology, remote sensing and GIS, and history of geology. Get this from a library! Tills and glaciotectonics: proceedings of an INQUA Symposium on Genesis and Lithology of Glacial Deposits: Amsterdam, [J J M van der Meer; International Union for Quaternary Research.;]. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Canadian Plains Research Center books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Glaciotectonics and mapping glacial deposits: Field conference: Papers, Canadian Plains Research Center University of Regina. Aberley, D. (). .
glacial rivers forming deep gorges (Reder ; Reder & Zagórski ab). Icings and blocks of dead-ice covered by outwash plain deposits are a common feature found in . Preliminary study of subglacial diamicton microstructures as reflected in drumlin sediments at Chimney Bluffs, New York, In: Aber, J.S. (Ed.), Glaciotectonics and mapping glacial deposits. Proceedings of the INQUA Commission on Formation and Properties of Glacial Deposits, Volume 1. Aber, J. s. (ed.) Glaciotectonics and Mapping Glacial Deposits. Ólufur Ingólfsson, Department of Quaternary Geology, Lund University, Sölvegatan S‐ Latvia's undulating landscape is dominated by morainic hills and meltwater deposits dating back to the latest glacial epoch.: Previous data have shown that, in the ice age, glacial ice built to quite high elevations in the mountains just inland from the Ross Ice Shelf. The Copper River alluvial fan is an outwash plain, that is, formed from sediments deposited by glacial meltwater.