• Where Terranes Collide: The Geology of Western Canada

    The video is about the geology and the geologists of the Canadian Cordillera. The current concepts concerning the origin of the mountains of western Canada and the geologists and geoscientists who work among them are featured. Source: Geological Survey of Canada, Educational Video Series NR92017VE, 1993; 25:30 min Publisher: Natural Resources Canada / Ressources naturelles Canada. Further information can be found at the following URL: http://geoscan.ess.nrcan.gc.ca/starweb/geoscan/servlet.starweb?path=geoscan/geoscanfastlink_e.web&search1=R=205041

    published: 28 Apr 2015
  • A Geologist in Arctic Canada

    Geologists with the Geological Survey of Canada conducting research on Axel Heiberg and Ellesmere Island, July 2015 Song list (chronological): Rich Aucoin: All Your Friends Abandon You Smile Quantic: Long Road Ahead Chris Joss: Tune Down Potatohead People: Tourist Trap Rich Aucoin: Watching Herzog and Listening to The Idiot Gaz Coombes: Is It On? Jon Brion: Elephant Parade

    published: 07 Jul 2016
  • Geology Field Trip in North West Nepal (US/Canadian geologists)

    Snowing at Himalaya field camp during the US & Canadian Geoscientists (Prof. Mike Murphy, Prof. Mike Taylor, Prof. John Gosse, Tom Baltz & Calvin silver) field trip in North West Nepal (west of Dhaulagiri)

    published: 05 Mar 2016
  • High Salary Jobs in Canada

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    published: 01 Oct 2016
  • FULL EPISODE Lesson 20 Anatomy Of A Continent - Understanding The Earth

    FULL EPISODE Lesson 20 Anatomy Of A Continent - Understanding The Earth Planet of Man Series -- Shield of Plenty Intro - Dr. David Pearson Starring; Tuzo Wilson -- renowned geophysicist Anatomy of a Continent-Lesson 20-Part 1 of 6 Planet of Man -- Shield of Plenty •Typical topography of Northern Ontario and northern CanadaCanada's wealth is found in the shield •Precambrian characteristic -- red, granitic & contorted •Oldest rock in the world - precambrian •Cambrian name derived from rocks found in Wales that are .5 billion years old •Grenville rocks formed about 1 billion years ago •Mining footage from the 1960's -- showing headframes, blasting in open pits and underground •17% of earth is made of Precambrian shield; Canadian Shield, South American Shield, Indian Shield, Baltic, African,...

    published: 04 Jul 2014
  • Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

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  • FULL EPSIODE 04 Plate Tectonics - Understanding the Earth HD

    Full text description of video can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/mineguy101/home/lessons/lesson-3 Full series listing https://sites.google.com/site/mineguy101/home/lessons Series made in 1976 - Understanding the Earth by TV Ontario The series host was Dr. David Pearson a renowned English trained, Canadian geologist residing in Sudbury, Ontario. This geology course through Laurentian University in Ontario. "Understanding the Earth" originally aired on TVO Ontario in 1975 and rebroadcasted in 1986 Planet of Man Series -- Jigsaw Fit Host; Tuzo Wilson Plate Tectonics - Lesson 4 - Part 1 of 8 •Continental shift ole ideas -- like ships moving on a oceans •6 major plates divided into series of plates -- comprised both in land and ocean •Plates slide underneath, beside and overtop o...

    published: 28 Apr 2014
  • Hitler field assistants have lost geologist

    Make your own Hitler video at http://downfall.jfedor.org/

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • Geologist, adventurists...We inspire all sorts of 'ists,' with GE Canada

    GE Canada features Actua's work promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) studies and careers to youth throughout Canada's North. www.actua.ca

    published: 20 Jun 2014
  • Colombia's ELN free Canadian geologist Jernoc Wobert

    Colombia's National Liberation Army (ELN) freed a Canadian geologist they had held captive for seven months on Tuesday, meeting one of the demands by President Juan Manuel Santos to enable the start of peace talks with the insurgent group. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/media/telesur.video.web/telesur-web/#!en/video/eln-alista-liberacion-de-canadiense

    published: 27 Aug 2013
  • The Young Geologists at Chickaboom (Toronto, Ontario, Canada - March 2012)

    published: 28 Mar 2012
  • Living Rock: An Introduction to Earth's Geology

    Living Rock - An Introduction to Earth's Geology movie was released Aug 13, 2002 by the DVD International studio. Ever wonder why earthquakes happen, or how a volcano works? Living Rock - An Introduction to Earth's Geology movie Find the answers to these and many other questions in LIVING ROCK, a fun and educational program about the Earth's geology, jointly produced by the US Geological Survey and Alpha DVD. Living Rock - An Introduction to Earth's Geology video Introduces concepts such as Geologic Time, Continental Crust, Plate Tectonics, Volcanic Activity, Earthquakes, Subduction Zones, Erosion, and Glaciers. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/geology.page Twitter : http://twitter.com/geologypage Youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/GeologyPage Google+ : https://plus.google.co...

    published: 18 Jul 2015
  • Early Interpretation of mountain building by early geologists - MOUNTAIN BUILDING LESSON 11

    Early Interpretation of mountain building by early geologists - MOUNTAIN BUILDING LESSON 11 From the series Understanding the Earth Mountain Building http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=FF0148AAF48A4199 Series made in 1976 - Understanding the Earth by TV Ontario The series host was Dr. David Pearson a renowned English trained, Canadian geologist residing in Sudbury, Ontario. Dr. David Pearson lectured at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario. This series was part of a extension course at Laurentian, I believe from 1976 to 1986.

    published: 01 Sep 2008
  • "The Face Of Time"- Best Centenary Of The Geological Survey Of Canada Documentary (1942)

    published: 12 Jul 2017
  • Geologic Journey: The Rockies - clip

    Geologic Journey: The Rockies tells the story of the great spine of stone that runs from the Canadian North to the southern United States. As the camera takes the audience on a highwire tour through the peaks of the Rockies -- in both Canada and the USA -- craggy rock faces and dangerous ice reveal the growth pangs of the mountain building era. The pristine beauty of the Canadian Rockies gives way to the ghost towns and gold mines that litter the mountains in Colorado -- a telltale clue to the different geologic forces at work in the Canadian range and their American cousins. This episode is an illustration of how nothing ever stays the same, not even the Rockies. Despite the appearance of timelessness and permanence, geologists are discovering how these rocks will meet their end -- a s...

    published: 26 Mar 2008
  • ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE PT 2

    THE ONLY FOOTAGE EVERY FILMED INSIDE AVONDALE HOUSE, STILL FULL OF EVERYTHING, THIS EXPLORE WAS MASSIVE AND I COULD NOT BELIEVE HOW LUCKY WE WERE TO GET INSIDE BUT WHAT WAS MORE SURPRISING WAS THAT EVERYTHING WAS STILL INSIDE AND JUST LEFT THERE LIKE THE OWNERS WERE OFF ON HOLIDAY BUT NEVER RETURNED NOT TO MENTION THAT ALL THE FURNITURE WAS HIGH END AND ALL THE PERSONAL BELONGINGS WERE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD I ALSO THINK A FIND LIKE THIS IS REALLY RARE THESE DAYS SO I MADE THE BEST EFFORT TO RECORD AS MUCH AS I COULD IN THE TIME I HAD THERE, I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS EXPLORE THANK YOU. OH, LYK SUB AND SHARE MY VIDS, THX, MEANS ALOT AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER FOR ALL THE LATEST :)

    published: 29 May 2017
  • WORLD'S LARGEST DIAMOND PRODUCERS - CANADA

    Though Canada’s history as a diamond-producing nation is short, it is now the world’s third largest producer by value. In fact, diamond deposits have been found scattered across the country’s vast expanses, and it offers much promise for continued exploration and development. Two large diamond projects are set to go into production as soon as late 2016 and early 2017 – the Renard and Gahcho Que projects. Diamonds were first discovered in Canada in the early 1990s by two geologists who resisted the conventional wisdom that local geology would not support a diamond find. The discovery of the Ekati Diamond Mine triggered one of the most intense prospecting rushes in North American history, bringing teams from all over the world to scour the area. Geologists were literally staking their claim...

    published: 24 Aug 2016
  • CDN Geologists

    A 2 min video highlighting 5 Canadian geologists.

    published: 24 May 2017
  • ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE FINAL

    THE ONLY FOOTAGE EVERY FILMED INSIDE AVONDALE HOUSE, STILL FULL OF EVERYTHING, THIS EXPLORE WAS MASSIVE AND I COULD NOT BELIEVE HOW LUCKY WE WERE TO GET INSIDE BUT WHAT WAS MORE SURPRISING WAS THAT EVERYTHING WAS STILL INSIDE AND JUST LEFT THERE LIKE THE OWNERS WERE OFF ON HOLIDAY BUT NEVER RETURNED NOT TO MENTION THAT ALL THE FURNITURE WAS HIGH END AND ALL THE PERSONAL BELONGINGS WERE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD I ALSO THINK A FIND LIKE THIS IS REALLY RARE THESE DAYS SO I MADE THE BEST EFFORT TO RECORD AS MUCH AS I COULD IN THE TIME I HAD THERE, I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS EXPLORE THANK YOU. OH, LYK SUB AND SHARE MY VIDS, THX, MEANS ALOT AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER FOR ALL THE LATEST :)http://collections.falkirk.gov.uk/search.do;jsessionid=4B0D39D66C51875FFB35A6140937E6D8?id=477119&db=object&page=1&v...

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Elliot's Arctic Circle Geology Job in 1994: Nunavut, Canada

    At the age of 21, I had a summer job as an assistant geologist in Nunavut in 1994 (NWT at that time). I lived in a fly-in camp, 200km North of Hall Beach - one of the northern most towns in the Arctic Circle, Canada. I lived in a tent, flew in a helicopter collecting water samples, and carried a sawed off shotgun in case of polar bear attacks. Nunavut is a territory mostly inhabited by Inuit (eskimo) Canadians. Nunavut is the polar bear capital of the world. We were on an expedition to prospect for diamonds. Our 3 year project (I worked for one year) found over 200 million dollars in diamonds beneath the permafrost - or, frozen arctic tundra. The highlights of this job involved the natural aspects of northern Canada. We experienced 20hours of sunlight everyday as the sun moved in a ...

    published: 19 Feb 2011
  • Where Terranes Collide The Geology of Western Canada

    Geologist and author, Dr. Chris Yorath takes us on a voyage through time and over the dramatic landscape of Western Canada to discover the clues that geologists have used to piece together the continuing geological story of our physical surroundings. Exciting, dramatic and educational, this program will add depth to media collections in secondary schools, post secondary institutions and public libraries.

    published: 04 Jan 2015
  • Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada Trip 4k

    Canadian Rockies Vacations Guide, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies 2017, Alberta Canada, Canadian Rockies & Alberta Tours The Canadian Rockies comprise the Canadian segment of the North American Rocky Mountains. They are the eastern part of the Canadian Cordillera, which is a system of multiple ranges of mountains which runs from the Canadian Prairies to the Pacific Coast. The Canadian Rockies mountain system comprises the southeastern part of this system, lying between the Interior Plains of Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia on the east to the Rocky Mountain Trench of BC on the west. The southern end borders Idaho and Montana of the USA. In geographic terms the boundary is at the Canada/US border, but in geological terms it might be considered to be at Marias Pass in norther...

    published: 22 Feb 2017
  • Exploration Geologists: “[Properties] Are Available That You Don’t See For 10 Years...”

    Recording Location: http://www.naturalresourcesymposium.com/

    published: 12 Aug 2015
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    published: 22 Dec 2013
  • CDN Geologists

    A 2 min video highlighting 5 Canadian geologists.

    published: 24 May 2017
  • the real blair witch hunt

    A Canadian geologist in London

    published: 27 Aug 2011
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    published: 05 Feb 2017
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    published: 26 Jan 2017
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    published: 29 Nov 2016
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Where Terranes Collide: The Geology of Western Canada

Where Terranes Collide: The Geology of Western Canada

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The video is about the geology and the geologists of the Canadian Cordillera. The current concepts concerning the origin of the mountains of western Canada and the geologists and geoscientists who work among them are featured. Source: Geological Survey of Canada, Educational Video Series NR92017VE, 1993; 25:30 min Publisher: Natural Resources Canada / Ressources naturelles Canada. Further information can be found at the following URL: http://geoscan.ess.nrcan.gc.ca/starweb/geoscan/servlet.starweb?path=geoscan/geoscanfastlink_e.web&search1=R=205041
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A Geologist in Arctic Canada

A Geologist in Arctic Canada

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Geology Field Trip in North West Nepal (US/Canadian geologists)

Geology Field Trip in North West Nepal (US/Canadian geologists)

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Snowing at Himalaya field camp during the US & Canadian Geoscientists (Prof. Mike Murphy, Prof. Mike Taylor, Prof. John Gosse, Tom Baltz & Calvin silver) field trip in North West Nepal (west of Dhaulagiri)
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High Salary Jobs in Canada

High Salary Jobs in Canada

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High Paid jobs offered in Canada. How much professors, engineers, managers, teachers, technicians, nurses can earn in Canada. Jobs in Canada work in canada pilot jobs aircraft engineer jobs marketing manager jobs network engineer jobs computer engineer jobs nurses jobs cooks jobs waiters jobs teacher vacancies professor vacancies technician jobs engineer jobs
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FULL EPISODE Lesson 20 Anatomy Of A Continent - Understanding The Earth

FULL EPISODE Lesson 20 Anatomy Of A Continent - Understanding The Earth

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FULL EPISODE Lesson 20 Anatomy Of A Continent - Understanding The Earth Planet of Man Series -- Shield of Plenty Intro - Dr. David Pearson Starring; Tuzo Wilson -- renowned geophysicist Anatomy of a Continent-Lesson 20-Part 1 of 6 Planet of Man -- Shield of Plenty •Typical topography of Northern Ontario and northern CanadaCanada's wealth is found in the shield •Precambrian characteristic -- red, granitic & contorted •Oldest rock in the world - precambrian •Cambrian name derived from rocks found in Wales that are .5 billion years old •Grenville rocks formed about 1 billion years ago •Mining footage from the 1960's -- showing headframes, blasting in open pits and underground •17% of earth is made of Precambrian shield; Canadian Shield, South American Shield, Indian Shield, Baltic, African, AustralianShields are hard to live in and difficult to penetrate •Precambrian rocks found at bottom of canyons - Grand Canyon •Precambrian rocks found at base of mountains -- New MexicoGeological time -- Precambrian time -- scale showing time •20th century idea of age of the earth-- 1917; earth age 1 billion, 1947; 3 billion years old today 4.5 billion years •Precambrian rocks still being studied and researched. Anatomy of a Continent-Lesson 20-Part 2 of 6 Planet of Man -- Shield of Plenty •Canadian pacific railway through Canadian Shield which lead to the discovery of the Sudbury basin •Vintage footage showing underground mining •Fred Larose -- silver ore discovered Cobalt Ontario •Vintage footage of silver smelting in the Cobalt area •Exploration of Precambrian rocks •Stromatolites in Northwest territories and AustraliaRadiometric dating guide in determining age of rock •Archean and Proterozoic rocks •Greenstone belts -- formation and origin unknown but wealth of resources are found here. •Differences between Archean and Proterozoic rock types are important. Anatomy of a Continent-Lesson 20-Part 3 of 6 Planet of Man -- Shield of Plenty •Geological exploration team analysing Precambrian rock in Northwest territories •Differences between Archean and Proterozoic rock types are important. •Precambrian rocks of the Grand Canyon a layer above the Precambrian is missing?? •Sedimentary rock was once thought the oldest rocks on earth •Elliot lake ores discussed by David Pearson -- sedimentary rock Brannierite ores are Precambrian time. •No oxygen in the Precambrian Evidence of life in the Precambrian -- Stromatolite • Formation of the atmosphere in early time •Geologists collecting rock samples in the Precambrian shield preparing to leave •Fossils are few in Precambrian •More information needs to be found about Precambrian although still hunting for minerals in the Precambrian will always exist Anatomy of a Continent Lesson 20 - Part 4 of 6 Host Dr. David Pearson •Canada is a good case study of the geological makeup or in other words geological anatomy of continents. •Geological maps on a map - dip, strike, type, age of years •Explaining, from a geological map of Canada, the various items on a geological map. •Patterns of Anticline, syncline •Patterns of faulting Anatomy of a Continent - Lesson 20 - Part 5 of 6 •Patterns of faulting. •Greenstone belts - Iron formation (red and black bands), Basalt (greenish), originated in water. •Pillow Lavas - best exposure in Yellowknife. •Greenstone Origins. •Divisions-units (age) in the Canadian Shield. Anatomy of a Continent - Lesson 20 - Part 6 of 6 •Proto continents •Unconformity •Elliot Lake Sediments accumulated on the edge of a Proto continent. •Great example that shows the behavior of the continental crust. Great Slave Lake area between Yellowknife and the arctic coast. •Ancient Limestone's in Great Slave Lake area. •Stromatolites - Great Slave Lake area.
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Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

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FULL EPSIODE 04 Plate Tectonics - Understanding the Earth HD

FULL EPSIODE 04 Plate Tectonics - Understanding the Earth HD

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Full text description of video can be found at https://sites.google.com/site/mineguy101/home/lessons/lesson-3 Full series listing https://sites.google.com/site/mineguy101/home/lessons Series made in 1976 - Understanding the Earth by TV Ontario The series host was Dr. David Pearson a renowned English trained, Canadian geologist residing in Sudbury, Ontario. This geology course through Laurentian University in Ontario. "Understanding the Earth" originally aired on TVO Ontario in 1975 and rebroadcasted in 1986 Planet of Man Series -- Jigsaw Fit Host; Tuzo Wilson Plate Tectonics - Lesson 4 - Part 1 of 8 •Continental shift ole ideas -- like ships moving on a oceans •6 major plates divided into series of plates -- comprised both in land and ocean •Plates slide underneath, beside and overtop one another •Andes of South America -- Multiple ranges of north America -- Mountains of the western pacific and Indonesia -- Great Himalayan belt from Asia to western Europe. •Early recognition of the plates -- seismology was used to define narrow belts of earthquake activity. •Earthquake activity followed the boundaries of the plateAnimation of a world map, illustrating the earthquake centers caught by seismological equipment •Also discovered all the active volcanoes were discovered along these earthquake centers •Development of sonar (after WWII) they could now map the ocean floor •What they found is huge mountain ranges, and series of very deep trenches. • Early 60's they discovered the mid atlantic floor they were actually spreading -- sea floor spreading •Thoughts -- if sea floor is spreading?..then there must be some place where the result of the spreading is ending up?... Mountain belts. Planet of Man Series -- Jigsaw Fit Host; Tuzo Wilson Plate Tectonics - Lesson 4 - Part 2 of 8 •Early 70's plate tectonics -- enigma of mountains discovered with the theory of plate tectonics •Animation illustrating the slabs of individual plates from around the world. •Crust 60 miles thick •Isostatic rebound from the last ice age. • Hudson Bay is distingusished from this process by a indisntct shoreline and raised beach's •Plate name -- Euarasian Indo-Australian, African, American , Antarctic, Nazca, Pacific Plates. • Rock Types - Basalt at the tops of the spreading boundaries, upper layer of the plate, Perioditite (magnesium rich) lower layer of the plate. •Underwater eruption -- lava come into contact with the cold water forms pillow like shapes "Pillow lava" •Footage showing underwater eruptions. •Iceland -- entirely created from the spreading ridge of an active zone. •Iceland Geothermal uses • Mid-Atlantic oceanic ridge follows the shorelines of both Africa and South America. 200 million years to open to its current width. •Red Sea clearly shows also how Africa and Arabia fitted together/. •East Africa -- Great Rift Valley, early separation of this process like the Red Sea separation. The entire Rift Valley has volcanism. •Transform fault -- no mountains and no volcanoes but earthquakes are produced. It's the result of plates sliding past one another. These intense earthquakes occur mostly in the deep ocean basins. But sometimes they come on the continent -- San Andres Fault one example 700 miles long. •Animation showing the transform fault movement. •San Francisco earthquake lies along the San Andreas fault. •Footage of the 1906 earthquake •Entire city was destroyed Planet of Man Series -- Jigsaw Fit Host; Tuzo Wilson Plate Tectonics - Lesson 4 - Part 3 of 8 •Scientists in the early 70's predicted another San Fran earthquake •Two oceanic plates converge the point of contact is a deep trench •Animation illustration two oceanic plates converging •Molten rock produced from two oceanic plates is granitic •Island Arcs produced -- Japan •"Ring of Fire" •These are violent volcanoes •Earthquake fFootage of the Andes mountain system •Andes mountain is the oceanic plate heads underneath the continental margin of South America. No Island arcs. Volcanic mountain ranges. •Matchopeacho footage monument to a past civilization •Excellent example of converging plates. •Animation showing the formation of the Himalayas •Alps and Pyrenees formed the same way •Animation showing Pangaea and the formation of the present day continents Planet of Man Series -- Jigsaw Fit Host; Tuzo Wilson Plate Tectonics - Lesson 4 - Part 4 of 8 Andes mountain is the oceanic plate heads underneath the continental margin of South America. No Island arcs. Volcanic mountain ranges. •Matchopeacho footage monument to a past civilization •Excellent example of converging plates. Understanding the Earth - Plate tectonics Host; Dr David Pearson Plate Tectonics - Lesson 4 - Part 5 of 8 •Theory of Plate Tectonics •North American geologists skeptical of the theory of the idea of continents moving •Geologists of Europe were less skeptical
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Hitler field assistants have lost geologist

Hitler field assistants have lost geologist

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Make your own Hitler video at http://downfall.jfedor.org/
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Geologist, adventurists...We inspire all sorts of 'ists,' with GE Canada

Geologist, adventurists...We inspire all sorts of 'ists,' with GE Canada

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GE Canada features Actua's work promoting STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) studies and careers to youth throughout Canada's North. www.actua.ca
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Colombia's ELN free Canadian geologist Jernoc Wobert

Colombia's ELN free Canadian geologist Jernoc Wobert

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Colombia's National Liberation Army (ELN) freed a Canadian geologist they had held captive for seven months on Tuesday, meeting one of the demands by President Juan Manuel Santos to enable the start of peace talks with the insurgent group. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/media/telesur.video.web/telesur-web/#!en/video/eln-alista-liberacion-de-canadiense
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The Young Geologists at Chickaboom (Toronto, Ontario, Canada - March 2012)

The Young Geologists at Chickaboom (Toronto, Ontario, Canada - March 2012)

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Living Rock: An Introduction to Earth's Geology

Living Rock: An Introduction to Earth's Geology

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Living Rock - An Introduction to Earth's Geology movie was released Aug 13, 2002 by the DVD International studio. Ever wonder why earthquakes happen, or how a volcano works? Living Rock - An Introduction to Earth's Geology movie Find the answers to these and many other questions in LIVING ROCK, a fun and educational program about the Earth's geology, jointly produced by the US Geological Survey and Alpha DVD. Living Rock - An Introduction to Earth's Geology video Introduces concepts such as Geologic Time, Continental Crust, Plate Tectonics, Volcanic Activity, Earthquakes, Subduction Zones, Erosion, and Glaciers. Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/geology.page Twitter : http://twitter.com/geologypage Youtube : http://www.youtube.com/user/GeologyPage Google+ : https://plus.google.com/101351700113202974849 LinkedIn : http://www.linkedin.com/company/geology-page Pinterest : http://www.pinterest.com/GeologyPage Instagram : http://instagram.com/geologypage Geology Page: http://www.geologypage.com/
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Early Interpretation of mountain building by early geologists - MOUNTAIN BUILDING LESSON 11

Early Interpretation of mountain building by early geologists - MOUNTAIN BUILDING LESSON 11

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Early Interpretation of mountain building by early geologists - MOUNTAIN BUILDING LESSON 11 From the series Understanding the Earth Mountain Building http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=FF0148AAF48A4199 Series made in 1976 - Understanding the Earth by TV Ontario The series host was Dr. David Pearson a renowned English trained, Canadian geologist residing in Sudbury, Ontario. Dr. David Pearson lectured at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario. This series was part of a extension course at Laurentian, I believe from 1976 to 1986.
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"The Face Of Time"- Best Centenary Of The Geological Survey Of Canada Documentary (1942)

"The Face Of Time"- Best Centenary Of The Geological Survey Of Canada Documentary (1942)

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Geologic Journey: The Rockies - clip

Geologic Journey: The Rockies - clip

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Geologic Journey: The Rockies tells the story of the great spine of stone that runs from the Canadian North to the southern United States. As the camera takes the audience on a highwire tour through the peaks of the Rockies -- in both Canada and the USA -- craggy rock faces and dangerous ice reveal the growth pangs of the mountain building era. The pristine beauty of the Canadian Rockies gives way to the ghost towns and gold mines that litter the mountains in Colorado -- a telltale clue to the different geologic forces at work in the Canadian range and their American cousins. This episode is an illustration of how nothing ever stays the same, not even the Rockies. Despite the appearance of timelessness and permanence, geologists are discovering how these rocks will meet their end -- a sobering perspective on time, place and the enormity of the earth's Geologic Journey.
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ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE PT 2

ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE PT 2

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THE ONLY FOOTAGE EVERY FILMED INSIDE AVONDALE HOUSE, STILL FULL OF EVERYTHING, THIS EXPLORE WAS MASSIVE AND I COULD NOT BELIEVE HOW LUCKY WE WERE TO GET INSIDE BUT WHAT WAS MORE SURPRISING WAS THAT EVERYTHING WAS STILL INSIDE AND JUST LEFT THERE LIKE THE OWNERS WERE OFF ON HOLIDAY BUT NEVER RETURNED NOT TO MENTION THAT ALL THE FURNITURE WAS HIGH END AND ALL THE PERSONAL BELONGINGS WERE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD I ALSO THINK A FIND LIKE THIS IS REALLY RARE THESE DAYS SO I MADE THE BEST EFFORT TO RECORD AS MUCH AS I COULD IN THE TIME I HAD THERE, I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS EXPLORE THANK YOU. OH, LYK SUB AND SHARE MY VIDS, THX, MEANS ALOT AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER FOR ALL THE LATEST :)
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WORLD'S LARGEST DIAMOND PRODUCERS  - CANADA

WORLD'S LARGEST DIAMOND PRODUCERS - CANADA

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Though Canada’s history as a diamond-producing nation is short, it is now the world’s third largest producer by value. In fact, diamond deposits have been found scattered across the country’s vast expanses, and it offers much promise for continued exploration and development. Two large diamond projects are set to go into production as soon as late 2016 and early 2017 – the Renard and Gahcho Que projects. Diamonds were first discovered in Canada in the early 1990s by two geologists who resisted the conventional wisdom that local geology would not support a diamond find. The discovery of the Ekati Diamond Mine triggered one of the most intense prospecting rushes in North American history, bringing teams from all over the world to scour the area. Geologists were literally staking their claims with wooden posts, so much so that local lumber suppliers could not keep up with the demand for wood. It is said that the team of geologists who discovered the Diavik Diamond Mine initially planned to stake out a different location, but had to “settle” for what they were given because the person ahead of them in line at the mineral claims office took the area they were first interested in. Most of Canada’s diamond projects are clustered in the far reaches of the northern Arctic region known locally as the Barren Lands. These barely hospitable tundra experience winter temperatures that average -35 degrees Celsius, often dipping below -50. This makes mining a challenge and the mining camps in these regions function more like enclosed cities, almost entirely sheltered from the harsh weather outside. This region is also known for having been carved from the glacial movements of the last ice age. There are so many lakes in the area, numbering in the tens of thousands, that many remain unnamed to this day. In fact, some of the country’s most prolific diamond deposits have been found located beneath lakes. The Diavik Diamond Mine, located underneath 56 meters of water in Lac De Gras, necessitated the construction of a massive retaining wall and the removal of millions of liters of water to access the high-value kimberlite underneath the lake-bed. (RENARD mine photos courtesy of STORNOWAY DIAMONDS)
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CDN Geologists

CDN Geologists

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A 2 min video highlighting 5 Canadian geologists.
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ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE FINAL

ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE FINAL

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THE ONLY FOOTAGE EVERY FILMED INSIDE AVONDALE HOUSE, STILL FULL OF EVERYTHING, THIS EXPLORE WAS MASSIVE AND I COULD NOT BELIEVE HOW LUCKY WE WERE TO GET INSIDE BUT WHAT WAS MORE SURPRISING WAS THAT EVERYTHING WAS STILL INSIDE AND JUST LEFT THERE LIKE THE OWNERS WERE OFF ON HOLIDAY BUT NEVER RETURNED NOT TO MENTION THAT ALL THE FURNITURE WAS HIGH END AND ALL THE PERSONAL BELONGINGS WERE OF THE HIGHEST STANDARD I ALSO THINK A FIND LIKE THIS IS REALLY RARE THESE DAYS SO I MADE THE BEST EFFORT TO RECORD AS MUCH AS I COULD IN THE TIME I HAD THERE, I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS EXPLORE THANK YOU. OH, LYK SUB AND SHARE MY VIDS, THX, MEANS ALOT AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER FOR ALL THE LATEST :)http://collections.falkirk.gov.uk/search.do;jsessionid=4B0D39D66C51875FFB35A6140937E6D8?id=477119&db=object&page=1&view=detail
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Elliot's Arctic Circle Geology Job in 1994: Nunavut, Canada

Elliot's Arctic Circle Geology Job in 1994: Nunavut, Canada

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At the age of 21, I had a summer job as an assistant geologist in Nunavut in 1994 (NWT at that time). I lived in a fly-in camp, 200km North of Hall Beach - one of the northern most towns in the Arctic Circle, Canada. I lived in a tent, flew in a helicopter collecting water samples, and carried a sawed off shotgun in case of polar bear attacks. Nunavut is a territory mostly inhabited by Inuit (eskimo) Canadians. Nunavut is the polar bear capital of the world. We were on an expedition to prospect for diamonds. Our 3 year project (I worked for one year) found over 200 million dollars in diamonds beneath the permafrost - or, frozen arctic tundra. The highlights of this job involved the natural aspects of northern Canada. We experienced 20hours of sunlight everyday as the sun moved in a giant circular motion in the sky. From a helicopter, I saw an Arctic Grey Wolf, an arctic fox, and a wolverine (not captured on video). On foot, I saw dozens caribou and arctic ground squirrels. I lived in this fly-in camp for 3.5 months. My job responsibilities included hiking (all day) in search of particular minerals in rock "outcrops" found on the tundra. I flew in a helicopter, for 7 hours a day, landing on 100's of small ponds and lakes to collect samples of water which we analyzed to determine if diamonds lay beneath (or lackthereof) the ground. This was not the first time I worked for BHP. My neighbor was the head of BHP Canada, and he was nice enough to employ me a few times. I worked in Northern Ontario, at Savant Lake (north of Timmins) in a fly-in camp 2 years before this job. These assistant geologist jobs were very influential on me, as they activated a strong desire for world adventure and the refusal the normal jobs which surround us all. These jobs helped me to realize that society traps us in unless we can break the routine of normalcy by following your passion in life (unwavering). My first geology job, at age 18, lit a fire that has never stopped burning. As I write this, I finished my world travel to all the inhabited continents. I just returned from South America - the last continent on my travel list. Rod Thomas, my BHP boss who employed me for these assistant geology jobs was in Peru 1 week before I went. We almost met up except he returned to Canada before I arrived to Peru. Would have been a highly symbolic and meaningful - as he is responsible for starting my adventurous life.
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Where Terranes Collide  The Geology of Western Canada

Where Terranes Collide The Geology of Western Canada

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Geologist and author, Dr. Chris Yorath takes us on a voyage through time and over the dramatic landscape of Western Canada to discover the clues that geologists have used to piece together the continuing geological story of our physical surroundings. Exciting, dramatic and educational, this program will add depth to media collections in secondary schools, post secondary institutions and public libraries.
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Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada Trip 4k

Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada Trip 4k

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Canadian Rockies Vacations Guide, Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies 2017, Alberta Canada, Canadian Rockies & Alberta Tours The Canadian Rockies comprise the Canadian segment of the North American Rocky Mountains. They are the eastern part of the Canadian Cordillera, which is a system of multiple ranges of mountains which runs from the Canadian Prairies to the Pacific Coast. The Canadian Rockies mountain system comprises the southeastern part of this system, lying between the Interior Plains of Alberta and Northeastern British Columbia on the east to the Rocky Mountain Trench of BC on the west. The southern end borders Idaho and Montana of the USA. In geographic terms the boundary is at the Canada/US border, but in geological terms it might be considered to be at Marias Pass in northern Montana. The northern end is at the Liard River in northern British Columbia. The Canadian Rockies have numerous high peaks and ranges, such as Mount Robson (3,954 m (12,972 ft)) and Mount Columbia (3,747 m (12,293 ft)). The Canadian Rockies are composed of shale and limestone. Much of the range is protected by national and provincial parks, several of which collectively comprise a World Heritage Site. Rivers -------- The Canadian Rockies are noted for being the source of several major river systems, and also for the many rivers within the range itself. The Rockies form the divide between the Pacific drainage on the west and that of Hudson Bay and the Arctic Ocean on the east. Of the range's rivers, only the Peace River penetrates the range. Notable rivers originating in the Canadian Rockies include the Fraser, Columbia, North Saskatchewan, Bow and Athabasca Rivers. Geology ------------- The Canadian Rockies are quite different in appearance and geology from the American Rockies to the south of them. The Canadian Rockies are composed of layered sedimentary rock such as limestone and shale, whereas the American Rockies are made mostly of metamorphic and igneous rock such as gneiss and granite. The Canadian Rockies are overall more jagged than the American Rockies, because the Canadian Rockies have been more heavily glaciated, resulting in sharply pointed mountains separated by wide, U-shaped valleys gauged by glaciers, whereas the American Rockies are overall more rounded, with river-carved V-shaped valleys between them. The Canadian Rockies are cooler and wetter, giving them moister soil, bigger rivers, and more glaciers. The tree line is much lower in the Canadian Rockies than in the American Rockies. Parks ---------- Five national parks are located within the Canadian Rockies, four of which are adjacent and make up the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks. These four parks are Banff, Jasper, Kootenay and Yoho. The fifth national park, Waterton is not adjacent to the others. Waterton lies farther south, straddling the Canada–US border as the Canadian half of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. All five of these parks, combined with three British Columbia provincial parks, were declared a single UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984[4] for the unique mountain landscapes found there. Numerous provincial parks are located in the Canadian Rockies, including Hamber, Mount Assiniboine and Mount Robson parks. Throughout the Rockies, and especially in the national parks, the Alpine Club of Canada maintains a series of alpine huts for use by mountaineers and adventurers. Geography ------------------ The Canadian Rockies are the easternmost part of the Canadian Cordillera, the collective name for the mountains of Western Canada. They form part of the American Cordillera, an essentially continuous sequence of mountain ranges that runs all the way from Alaska to the very tip of South America. The Cordillera in turn are the eastern part of the Pacific Ring of Fire that runs all the way around the Pacific Ocean. East Kootenays The Canadian Rockies are bounded on the east by the Canadian Prairies, on the west by the Rocky Mountain Trench, and on the north by the Liard River. Contrary to popular misconception, the Rockies do not extend north into Yukon or Alaska, or west into central British Columbia. North of the Liard River, the Mackenzie Mountains, which are a distinct mountain range, form a portion of the border between the Yukon and the Northwest Territories. The mountain ranges to the west of the Rocky Mountain Trench in southern British Columbia are called the Columbia Mountains, and are not considered to be part of the Rockies by Canadian geologists.
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Exploration Geologists: “[Properties] Are Available That You Don’t See For 10 Years...”

Exploration Geologists: “[Properties] Are Available That You Don’t See For 10 Years...”

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Recording Location: http://www.naturalresourcesymposium.com/
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Funny geologists on drilling rig

Funny geologists on drilling rig

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CDN Geologists

CDN Geologists

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A 2 min video highlighting 5 Canadian geologists.
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the real blair witch hunt

the real blair witch hunt

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A Canadian geologist in London
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Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

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Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

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Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

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