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The Queen Charlotte Islands represent the most outboard exposure of Wrangellia in the Canadian Cordillera. This study analyzes the structural and stratigraphic history of the central Moresby Island area, and correlates this history with ongoing and previous studies in the Queen Charlotte Islands. The stratigraphic succession preserved in central Moresby Island comprises marine volcanic and. Geology of the coast and islands between the Strait of Georgia and Queen Charlotte Sound, B.C. [microform] by Bancroft, J. Austen (Joseph Austen), ; Geological Survey of CanadaPages: Half-title: Reports of explorations and surveys Report on the Queen Charlotte Islands / by George M. Dawson - - Report on explorations on the Churchill and Nelson Rivers and around God's and Island Lakes / by Robert Bell -- Report on the geology of southern New Brunswick, embracing the counties of Charlotte, Sunbury, Queens, Kings, St. John and Albert, Pages: GEOLOGY OF THE QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS The Queen Charlotte Islands are part of the Insular Belt of the Canadian Cordillera, situated at the western edge of the North American continent and separated from the Pacific Ocean floor by the Queen Charlotte Transform Fault. To the east lies iiz Point ISLAND Island Point Branch Rd. 59 STRAIT 5.
The geology of the Queen Charlotte Islands is described by Sutherland-Brow ( Earl.y n reports on the Cinola deposit include Sutherland-Brown and Schroeter ( and } and Richards, Christie, and Wolfhard (). Cham-pigny and Sinclair () have summarized the geology and exploration results prior to the forma tion of the joint. The volcanic rocks of the Middle Tertiary Masset Formation underlie an area greater than 5, km2 in the Queen Charlotte Islands (British Columbia) where their exposed sections are as much as km thick. The volcanism, which is related to the. The volcanic rocks of the Middle Tertiary Masset Formation underlie an area greater than 5, km 2 in the Queen Charlotte Islands (British Columbia) where their exposed sections are as much as km thick. The volcanism, which is related to the development of an extensional basin, produced both subaerial and subaqueous units that are mainly bimodal with mafic types predominating. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 59 () 77 Else~'ier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Geology, geochemistry and petrogenesis of Middle Tertiary volcanic rocks of the Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia (Canada) T.S. Hamiltona and J. Dostalb "Geological Survey of Canada, Pacific Geoscience Centre, P.O. Box
Appendices: A. On the Haida Indians of the Queen Charlotte Islands, by G. M. DawsonB. Vocabulary of the Haida Indians of the Queen Charlotte IslandsC. On some marine Invertebrata from the Queen Charlotte Islands, by J. F. WhiteavesD. Notes on Crustacea, by S. I. SmithE. Plants collected in the Queen Charlotte Islands, F. Meteorological observations on the coast of British. "The Queen Charlotte Islands have always been a half-legendary land of mists and mystery, set off and seemingly different from the rest of the coast. Human occuption goes back some 9, years, with intriguing hints of a people there before the Haida. Although the islands were "discovered" by Juan Perez, a Spaniard, in , records indicate that voyagers from Asia had arrived much earlier. Most read articles by the same author(s) Book Reviews, Book Reviews, BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly: No. Spring Book Reviews, H The Geology of Southern Vancouver Island: a field guide by C.J. Yorath/ Geology of the Kelowna Area and Origin of the Okanagan Valley British Columbia by Murray A. Roed, BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly: No. Summer Get this from a library! Some aspects of the petroleum geology of the Queen Charlotte Islands: field trip guide to sequences, stratigraphy, sedimentology, surface and subsurface. [Roger Y Higgs; Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists.;].