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reconnaissance of Pelly River between MacMillan River and Hoole Canyon, Yukon

J. R. Johnston

reconnaissance of Pelly River between MacMillan River and Hoole Canyon, Yukon

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Published by Geological Survey in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Yukon Territory -- Pelly River,
  • Geology, Economic -- Yukon Territory -- Pelly River

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.R. Johnston
    SeriesMemoir -- 200, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 200
    ContributionsGeological Survey of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. +
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19348775M

    Other articles where White River is discussed: Yukon River: Physiography and hydrology: glacier-fed streams such as the White, draining the north slopes of the St. Elias Mountains, do not have their greatest runoff until July. Once these peak runoff flows have passed, the Yukon River becomes a shallow braided stream, as summer precipitation in the Yukon basin is low—about 6 inches (   In , scientists observed that the Slims River ran three meters deep, and swiftly carried meltwater from the glacier in Canada’s Yukon territory toward the Bering Sea. That all changed last May during an unusually warm spring when a meter tall canyon formed at the end of the Kaskawulsh Glacier, according to a study published in Nature.


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reconnaissance of Pelly River between MacMillan River and Hoole Canyon, Yukon by J. R. Johnston Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A reconnaissance of Pelly river between Macmillan river and Hoole canyon, Yukon. [John Russell Johnston]. Geological Survey of Canada - Memoir - A Reconnaissance of Pelly River Between Macmillan River and Hoole Canyon, Yukon [Totman, Carl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Geological Survey of Canada - Memoir - A Reconnaissance of Pelly River Between Macmillan River and Hoole Canyon. 95/32 3 [A Reconnaissance of Pelly River Between Macmillan River and Hoole Canyon, Yukon] 95/32 5 P.C.

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RECONNAISSANCE OF PELLY RIVER BETWEEN MACMILLAN RIVER AND HOOLE CANYON, YUKON Geol. Surv. Canada Mem. # wp, ex-lib, light wear, vg, 19 pp., figs, maps. With good info. on gold, other metals and minerals of the District.

The Yukon Trail book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. William MacLeod Raine () was an American author who wrote A /5. South Macmillan River.

North Canol Road to Pelly River junction. Information. Rourke, Mike. Rivers North Publications, Houston (). South Macmillan River and Macmillan River. Macmillan Pass area to Pelly River junction. Notes. Source: Madsen, Ken and Peter Mather. A Guide to Paddling in the Yukon. MacMillan River Adventures, High Prairie.

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Page - if necessary for the use of the harbor as a harbor of refuge," I have the honor to state that the examination has been made by my assistant, Brevet Major CJ Allen, corps of engineers, and a copy of his report to me, with map, is herewith transmitted.

By an examination of the map, it will be seen that the harbor, though much contracted by deposits formed, since the construction of 5/5(1). The Pelly River is a river in Canada, and is a headstream of the Yukon River.

The river originates west of the Mackenzie Mountains and flows km ( mi) long through the south central Yukon. The Pelly has two main tributaries, the Ross and Macmillan : Yukon River.

We started at the "VW put in" and paddled via the Pelly river and Yukon as far as Dawson. The trip is nearly km long. The trip is nearly km long. This is my personal diary of the trip. Pre-Mesozoic geology in the subsurface of the Peel River map area, Yukon Territory and District of MacKenzie. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir ; 61 pp., 6 microfiche in pocket, 35 fold.

plts. with maps and stratigraphic sections in cassette. A narrow gravel road leads from the First Nations village of Ross River for km, northbound through complete wilderness to the MacMillan Pass at the Yukon/Northwest Territories border.

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Salmon surge against current. Moose, bears, and wolves wander the banks/5(15). The community of Pelly Crossing is located along the Klondike Highway and on the bank of the Pelly River, kilometres northwest of Whitehorse and km southeast of Dawson City. With a current population of (), Pelly Crossing is home to the Selkirk First Nation, a self-governing Yukon.

The Pelly, miles ( km) in length, is navigable for small boats for more than miles ( km), to Hoole Canyon, except in the shallows of Bradens Canyon.

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By an examination of the map, it will be seen that the harbor, though much contracted by deposits formed, since the construction of. The nearby Kluane Lake—the largest lake contained entirely within the Yukon—is no longer being replenished by the river, and dropped about three feet (1 meter) between spring and summer of Arthur Harper one of the first prospectors in the Yukon and in the White River area in with Hart and others.

Glen Harris participated in the Great Dynasty Stampede ofand prospected at Pelly Banks, Shakwak and Freegold. milescanyon-from-further-away. by prservices on November 5, in. Comments are closed. Whitehorse Airport Arrivals & Departures; Dawson City, Yukon; Pelly Crossing, Yukon; Yukon River; Peel Watershed; Places to Stay.

Yukon River. The Yukon River is a major watercourse of northwestern North America. The river's source is in British Columbia, Canada, from which it flows through the Canadian Yukon Territory (itself named after the river).

The lower half of the river lies in the U.S. state of : Bering Sea. Map of the Pelly River watershed showing the Macmillan River. The Macmillan River is a tributary, approximately kilometres ( mi) long, of the Pelly River in the Yukon Territory of northwestern Canada. It originates in the Mackenzie Mountains and flows in a generally westward direction.

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The Lewes river rises in Lake Bennet (Yukon District) on the N. slope of the Coast Range, about 25 m. inland from the Lynn Canal (at the head of Chatham Strait), and flows N. through a chain of lakes, its confluence with the Pelly river, at Selkirk, Yukon District, about m. due E. of the Alaskan-Canadian boundary, forming the headwaters of.

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