physiography of Southern Ontario by Chapman, L. J.

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Published by Published for the Ontario Research Foundation by University of Toronto Press in [Toronto] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Physical geography -- Ontario,
  • Glacial landforms -- Ontario,
  • Glacial epoch -- Ontario

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [371]-376) and index.

Book details

StatementL.J. Chapman/D.F. Putnam.
ContributionsPutnam, Donald F., 1903-1977., Ontario Research Foundation.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 386 p. :
Number of Pages386
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18489217M
ISBN 100802019447

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Chapman, L.J. (Lymon John), Physiography of southern Ontario. Toronto, Ont.: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.

Physical Geography of Ontario physiography of Southern Ontario book mainly of felsic intrusive rocks forming the rocky Sev-ern and Abitibi uplands (Bostock ).

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The physiography of southern Ontario/ Author: by L.J. Chapman and D.F. Putnam. Publication info: [Toronto, Ont.]: Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Physiography of Southern Ontario by L.J.

Chapman and D.F. Putnam was first printed in and was republished and updated in and This historical publication has only been available as hardcopy colour maps and an associated hard cover book. Physiography of Southern Ontario has for many years been of value to engineers.

THE PHYSIOGRAPHIC REGIONS OF SOUTHERN ONTARIO A data layer outlining the physiographic regions of Southern Ontario has been included with the map dataset.

The layer was developed from figure 19 of L.J. Chapman and D.F. Putnam s edition of The Physiography of Southern Ontario. A desktop study completed by the OGS saw the contact lines.

Ontario is the most populous province in Canada. Southern Ontario is one of the densest regions in the country. The north is vast and sparse compared to the south. Ottawa (the nation's capital) is located in Ontario bordering Quebec. Located within the Golden Horseshoe, Toronto is the capital of Ontario, the financial centre of Canada, and the country's most populous city.

This physiography data covers Southern Ontario and is based on the Chapman and Putnam survey of the 's, with minor revisions in For more information please consult the book entitled: The Physiography of Southern Ontario by L J Chapman and D F Putnam, 3rd edition (Toronto, ) located in the Geospatial Centre, GC5 svar P7x no.

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Chapman and D. Putnam [map]. imprint [Toronto: Ontario Research Foundation [University of Toronto Press], The physiography of Southern Ontario Published by: Toronto: University of Toronto Press This book describes how geographic processes affect the topography and surface deposits of southern Ontario: the moraines, drumlins, eskers and loess.

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I learned (p. ) that the Humber River actually starts at the Niagara Escarpment. Southern Ontario is a primary region of the province of Ontario, Canada, the other primary region being Northern is the most densely populated and southernmost region in Canada.

The exact northern boundary of Southern Ontario is disputed; however, the core region is situated south of Algonquin Park, the latter being in an area of transition between coniferous forest north of the.

Ontario is the second largest Canadian province (in terms of area) and can be found on the map between Manitoba and Quebec. Toronto is the capital city of Ontario. Ottawa, the capital city of Canada, is also in Ontario. indicated, copyright is held by the Queen’s Printer for Ontario.

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