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Major Faults

Geomatics Yukon

    The framework of the Cordilleran orogen of northwestern North America is commonly depicted as a ‘collage’ of terranes – crustal blocks containing records of a variety of geodynamic environments including continental fragments, pieces of island...

    CSW_GEOLOGY.BEDROCK_GEOLOGY_POLY

    Geomatics Yukon

      Yukon Bedrock Geology MapThis update of the Yukon bedrock geology map builds upon the previous compilation by Gordey and Makepeace (1999, 2001). It includes new, detailed bedrock geology maps and regional compilations that have been published by...

      Drillhole Locations - 250k

      Geomatics Yukon

        Core viewing and rock sawing facilities are available Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. To see information on the status of our drill core program and download forms for accessing the collection, visit http://www.geology.gov.yk.ca/...

        Placer Streams Classification - 50k

        Geomatics Yukon

          The dataset contains data for watercourses (locations), watercourse gradient (based on elevation), water quality (total suspended solids), currently known Chinook and chum salmon spawning areas, areas of special consideration (fisheries or fish...

          Placer Streams - 250k

          Geomatics Yukon

            Historic placer mining areas in Yukon can be grouped into ten areas: Klondike; Sixtymile; Fortymile; Clear Creek; Moosehorn Range; Stewart River; Whitehorse South; Mayo; Dawson Range and Livingstone Creek. Each area has its own geomorphic setting...

            Geochemical Provinces - 250k

            Geomatics Yukon

              The Yukon Territory is underlain by a great variety of rock types ranging in age from Early Proterozoic to Recent and representing diverse environments including epicratonic basins, subsiding shelves, foreland basins, island arcs and deep ocean...

              Physiographic Regions - 250k

              Geomatics Yukon

                The Yukon Territory is underlain by a great variety of rock types ranging in age from Early Proterozoic to Recent and representing diverse environments including epicratonic basins, subsiding shelves, foreland basins, island arcs and deep ocean...