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- 19Gingras, Murray (Earth and Atmospheric Sciences)
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Analysis of the Ichnology, Depositional Environment of the Middle Cambrian Mount Whyte Formation, Alberta, CanadaDownload
The Mount Whyte Formation is a prominent unit of the Middle Cambrian period in the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin (WCSB). This formation is widely distributed throughout the region and comprises both clastic and carbonate rock, deposited as part of a Middle Cambrian platform. In the Southern...
An investigation of the processes involved in tracer transport and exchanges within and between the different layers in the atmosphereDownload
This thesis investigates the transport and dispersion of substances injected in the different layers of the atmosphere, and the mechanisms by which these substances may be transferred from one layer to another. These investigations are based on results of simulations using Lagrangian dispersion...
The <1,130 year old Whitecourt Meteorite Impact Crater, located several kilometres south of Whitecourt, Alberta (Canada), is a well-preserved bowl-shaped structure having a depth and diameter of ~6 m and 36 m. There are less than a dozen known terrestrial sites of similar size and age. Unlike...
The timing of a diamondiferous kimberlite cluster within the Archean Superior Province, the Renard cluster (Otish field, Québec), was investigated by ID-TIMS U-Pb dating of groundmass perovskite. Few Otish field kimberlites were previously dated by U-Pb perovskite (Renard 1-3 and Lac Beaver) but...
An experimental study on a minette and its associated mica-clinopyroxenite xenolith from the Milk River area, southern Alberta, CanadaDownload
Buhlmann et al. (2000) studied the minettes and xenoliths from southern Alberta, Canada. They hypothesized that the minettes were derived from a source containing phlogopite + clinopyroxene at pressures ≥ 1.7 GPa. To test this hypothesis, we investigated 1) the liquidus mineralogy of a primitive...
An Exploratory Analysis of Self-help Groups: An Alternative Mode of Public Service Delivery in High Density Rural Areas in India?Download
Self-help groups (SHGs) as a mode of community-based participatory development has been increasingly adopted within international development practice as a platform for broader community engagement. These voluntary, membership-based organizations of 10 to 20 women have been mobilized in...
Lake and sea ice and their snow covers are major components of Earthâs cryosphere and act to strongly modify climatic and biological systems. Both ice types serve as an important habitat for micro-fauna and support macro-fauna and strongly modify the exchange of energy, gases, and momentum...