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Title: The evolution of the Echimamish River : Northern Manitoba
Authors: McLeod, Sheldon L.
Issue Date: 1975
Abstract: The contemporary Echimamish Basin is an extremely interesting and beautiful landscape. It is exciting from a geological, hydrological, geomorphological, archaeological, historical, mythological, and natural history point of view. Few watersheds can lay claim to being so diverse. Its unique form can be attributed to three things; a varying precambrian structure, and a multitude of processes working over an exceedingly long period of time. This thesis investigates the structure, process and form relationships and attempts to describe the contemporary Echimamish.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/6165
Other Identifiers: ocm72792852
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