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Record #110920:

Glacitectonic deformation in sediment and bedrock, Hat Creek, British Columbia / Bruce E. Broster.

Title: Glacitectonic deformation in sediment and bedrock, Hat Creek, British Columbia / Bruce E. Broster.
Author(s): Broster, Bruce E.
Date: 1991.
In: Géographie Physique et Quaternaire. (1991.), Vol. 45(1) (1991)
Abstract: Structures in rock and sediment in intermontane valley are attributed to glacitectonic and landslide events rather than seismic causes. Typical sedimentary structures include joints, faults, infillings and clastic dykes, whereas bedrock displays joints, faults and wedge fillings possibly associated with subglacial freezing during glacial advance.
Notes:

Géographie Physique et Quaternaire. Vol. 45(1) :5-20 (1991).

Keywords: 551.33 -- Glacial geology.
551.333 -- Glacial deformation and glaciotectonic structures.
551.333.2 -- Glacial substrate, deformation structures in.
551.333.3 -- Glacial drift, deformation structures in.
E7 -- Glaciology: glacial geology and ice ages.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*429) -- British Columbia.
SPRI record no.: 110920

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