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- 2Aubet, Natalie
- 2Beckers, Justin F.
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- 19Gingras, Murray (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
- 16Stachel, Thomas (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
- 12Alessi, Daniel (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
- 11Sanchez-Azofeifa, Arturo (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
- 11Sharp, Martin (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
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The sedimentological and ichnological characteristics of inclined heterolithic stratification (IHS) of modern and ancient fluvio-tidal systemsDownload
Modern and ancient fluvio-tidal sedimentary successions are studied in order to enhance understanding of sedimentological, ichnological, and, if possible, stratigraphic relations in the rock record. Modern sedimentary environments investigated include the inner estuary to fluvial reach (inclusive...
The role of place promotion and urban image in the development and marketing of rapid mass transit systems (RMT)Download
For many cities, the improvement or development of rapid mass transit (RMT) systems offers benefits to the local population and environment, and contributes to efforts to compete with other centres. This thesis considers the motivations for the contemporary development and marketing of RMT in...
As a result of economic pressures from agricultural development, timber extraction, tourism and the expansion of cattle ranching, Tropical Dry Forests (TDFs) are considered one of the most threatened and least protected ecosystems in the neotropics. Interacting with these human-induced effects,...
The physical and geochemical characteristics of diamonds from the Artemisia Kimberlite (Northern Slave Craton, Nunavut, Canada) and the micro-/macro-diamond relationshipDownload
This thesis presents the results of a study on diamonds from the Artemisia kimberlite, Nunavut, Canada. This study integrates the isotopic, chemical and physical characteristics of the diamonds in an attempt to provide insight into the nature of the micro-/macro-diamond genetic relationship, and...
The petrography and mineral chemistry of melt-intruded mantle xenoliths from the Chidliak kimberlite field, Baffin Island, CanadaDownload
The nature of kimberlitic melts at mantle depths and their interaction with mantle wall-rocks is poorly constrained. This is due to the scarcity of mantle xenoliths and xenocrysts that have preserved this interaction without disaggregating during their transport to Earth’s surface. This thesis...
The Keno Hill district Ag-Pb-Zn deposit occurs within the Tombstone-Tungsten Belt, Yukon. Vein mineralization, dominated by siderite, sphalerite, and galena, is spatially associated with, but paragenetically later than, intrusion-related gold mineralization. A direct genetic link between the Keno...