1 edition of Selective retrieval from the Canadian index to geoscience data on (1) assessment work (1972,1973) filed with the Ontario Division of Mines and (2) reports received under Ontario"s Mineral Exploration Assostance Program (MEAP) part 1, general index, part 2, reports indexed by Toronto file member, part 3, reports indexed by NTS unit. compiled by Geoscience Data Centre found in the catalog.
Selective retrieval from the Canadian index to geoscience data on (1) assessment work (1972,1973) filed with the Ontario Division of Mines and (2) reports received under Ontario"s Mineral Exploration Assostance Program (MEAP) part 1, general index, part 2, reports indexed by Toronto file member, part 3, reports indexed by NTS unit. compiled by Geoscience Data Centre
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The volume and diversity of geoscience data and collections are enormous. Although the volume of digital data also has grown tremendously in past decades, technological advances have reduced the actual physical space required to store and handle this increased volume (NSF/ONR, ). Such is . Sea Ice: Physics and Remote Sensing addresses experiences acquired mainly in Canada by researchers in the fields of ice physics and growth history in relation to its polycrystalline structure as well as ice parameters retrieval from remote sensing observations. The volume describes processes operating at the macro- and microscale (e.g., brine entrapment in sea ice, crystallographic texture of.
GEOSCAN supports the mission of Natural Resources Canada through the timely access to information. Ensuring Canada is served by a skilled, versatile, reputable and accountable geoscience profession Geoscientists Canada is the national organization of the 9 provincial and territorial regulatory bodies that govern Canada’s professional geoscientists and geoscientists-in-training. Geoscientists Canada co-ordinates development of high national standards of admissions, competency, practice and.
“One of our roles is to promote new Northern Ireland geoscience data and attract industry to invest to Northern Ireland. The Canadian Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies ranked jurisdictions across the world based on responses from 2, mineral exploration companies on a number of topics. A National Data Repository (NDR) is a data bank that seeks to preserve and promote a country’s natural resources data, particularly data related to the petroleum exploration and production (E&P) sector.. A National Data Repository is normally established by an entity that governs, controls and supports the exchange, capture, transference and distribution of E&P information, with the final.
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BRISBIN, W.C. and EDIGER, N.M. Editors A national system for storage and retrieval of geological data in Canada. National Advisory Committee on Research in the Geological Sciences, pp.
Google Scholar. BURK, C.F. The national data referral system for Canadian geoscience. Canadian index to geoscience data: a decentralized Author: Cornelius F.
Burk. The System also includes the computer-based Canadian Index to Geoscience Data, first published in Junewhich covers all sources of geoscience data, including computer-based files, published literature, unpublished open-file reports held by government agencies, and indeed any relevant public : C.F.
Burk. Geoscience Canada is supported through modest subscription revenue, by resources of the Geological Association of Canada, and by grants from the Canadian Geoscience Foundation. In-kind support is provided by Memorial University (St. John’s, NL) and St. Francis Xavier University (Antigonish, NS) and the University of New Brunswick (Fredericton.
The index is based on contributions by the Alberta Research Council to a national, computer-processable file, the Canadian Index to Geoscience Data. The body of this report is a reproduction of the computer printout of a selective retrieval from the CIGD file, prepared by the Canada Centre for Geoscience Data, Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa.
OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Canadian Centre for Geoscience Data. Previous ed. by J. Hruška and C.F.
Burk. Description: iii, 38 pages 25 cm. Canadian geology spans four billion years of Earth history. The oldest rocks are preserved in the stable Archean crustal blocks of which the largest include the Superior, Slave, Hearne and North Atlantic cratons. These blocks are also the repository for much of.
OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: Canadian Centre for Geoscience Data. Summary in French. Description: vii, 8 pages 25 cm. Series Title: Paper (Geological Survey of Canada). Note: The Open GIS Consortium (OGC) Styled Layer Descriptor (SLD) specification defines a mechanism for user-defined symbolization of feature data instead of named Layers and Styles.
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Read Volume 50 Issue 5 of The Canadian Mineralogist. The surficial geology map collection consists of individually published surficial geology maps across Canada that have been released in the Canadian Geoscience Map Series format. Each map was created with a specific extent or scale which may result in data superimposition.
Geoscience data and collections 1 (e.g., cores, cuttings, fossils, geophysical tapes, paper logs, rocks) are the foundation of basic and applied geoscience research and education, and underpin industry programs to discover and develop domestic natural resources to fulfill the nation’s energy and mineral requirements.
Geoscience data and collections record the history of processes that. several divisions within Energy, Mines and Resources, specifically the Canadian Centre for Geoscience Data and the Geological Survey of Canada.
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The Data Fusion Contest, organized by the Image Analysis and Data Fusion Technical Committee (IADF TC) of the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS), aims at providing a. (AGI's data-retrieval system) and the Canadian Centre for Geoscience Data.
One of the high points of the meeting was presentation of the AESE Award for Outstanding Contributions in the Earth Sciences to Edwin B. Eckel, executive secretary of The Geological Society of America.
Ed was the unanimous choice for the award and its first recipient. This comprehensive database covers the entire country, including Alberta. Use the Canadian Geosciences Database to find information on: Seismic information; Boreholes; Magnetic and radiometric data; Gravity; Electromagnetic data; To use the database, select a region and select the type of data.
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