The significance of glaciation on engineering geology at Fredericton, New Brunswick

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Authors:Broster, Bruce E.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
University of New Brunswick, Department of Geology, Fredericton, NB, Canada
Volume Title:Geological Association of Canada; Mineralogical Association of Canada; annual meeting; program with abstracts—Association Geologique du Canada; Association Mineralogique du Canada; reunion annuelle; programme et resumes
Source:Program with Abstracts - Geological Association of Canada; Mineralogical Association of Canada: Joint Annual Meeting, Vol.19, p.14; Geological Association of Canada; Mineralogical Association of Canada; annual meeting—Association Geologique du Canada; Association Mineralogique du Canada; reunion annuelle, Waterloo, ON, Canada, May 16-18, 1994. Publisher: Geological Association of Canada, Waterloo, ON, Canada. ISSN: 0701-8738
Publication Date:1994
Note:In English
Subjects:Alluvium; Aquifer vulnerability; Aquifers; Bedrock; Clastic sediments; Clay; Confining beds; Deglaciation; Development; Engineering geology; Erosion; Floods; Fluvial environment; Geologic hazards; Glacial environment; Glacial geology; Glaciation; Glaciofluvial environment; Gravel; Ground water; Land use; Marine environment; Mud; Sediments; Silt; Till; Urban environment; Water wells; Water yield; Canada; Eastern Canada; Fredericton New Brunswick; Maritime Provinces; New Brunswick; Fredericton Aquifer; Saint John River valley; Saint John Valley; Wells
Record ID:1994051543
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute.
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