• 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
  • High Salary Jobs in Canada

    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

    published: 01 Oct 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
  • Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • Fault Valves and Orogenic (Lode) Gold Veins: Canadian Examples (Part 2)

    Richard Sibson is introduced to ʺmesothermalʺ gold-quartz veins of the Archean Abitibi belt in Canada by Howard Poulsen and François Robert. Discussion with beer led to the recognition that mineralized reverse faults would only reactivate at lithostatic fluid pressure. Field observations suggested episodic discharge of overpressured fluid near the seismogenic zone base, with sharp pressure decrease and phase separation causing gold deposition. Recorded: October 29, 2013

    published: 25 Jun 2015
  • Early footage of Alfred Wegner

    Early footage of Alfred Wegner 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • The Young Geologists at Chickaboom (Toronto, Ontario, Canada - March 2012)

    published: 28 Mar 2012
  • Thomas Sr. Geologist - ConocoPhillips

    Day in the life of a new hire Geologist. To learn more visit http://careers.conocophillips.com/career-areas/geoscience-careers/

    published: 27 Jun 2016
  • Hitler field assistants have lost geologist

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

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • 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
  • Living in the Arctic - Silaqqi, Teacher in Nunavut, Canada

    Silaqqi is a teacher in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada. She shows us what it is like to live in the Arctic: long winters, long summers, hunting and fishing, and the impact of melting ice in her community.

    published: 23 Oct 2017
  • Heather Gingerich of the Canadian Medical Geology Association WUC meeting Feb 29 2012 pt 5

    Windsor Utilities Commission held a special meeting for fluoridation on February 29, 2012. Commissioners went on to pass a motion recommending the City of Windsor cease fluoridation. City councillors will have to make a decision soon. Heather Gingerich is a fluoride toxicity expert. Her expertise lies in maternal/child health outcomes relative to drinking water chemistry. For other fluoride toxicity info that Heather has presented see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7clyfTMGO0&context=C339efc3ADOEgsToPDskJvLVxa9rt5a1rTse3_m-rs and part 2 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FF9Y0nBBxAs&context=C358cd68ADOEgsToPDskIVYZ_eBQCLH3jb5E4RWnhR To see video of other Safe Water Delegates at the WUC meeting: pt 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rha5DW9jsZQ&context=C3ce7e27ADOEgsToPDskLleCNJp...

    published: 07 Mar 2012
  • Geology and Canoes: Dismal Lakes and Coppermine River (Nunavut, Summer 2017)

    Short documentary of fieldwork conducted in western Nunavut with the Geological Survey of Canada in July and August 2017. A team of 8 geologists (including myself and a graduate student of mine) and 3 guides paddled from Dismal Lakes to Kugluktuk, following the lower course of the Coppermine River.

    published: 25 Sep 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
  • Exploration Geologists: “[Properties] Are Available That You Don’t See For 10 Years...”

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

    published: 12 Aug 2015
  • 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
  • ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE PT1

    WHO WILL MAKE IT TO THE END OF THESE 10 VLOGS ???, 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. SUBSCRIBE FOR ALL THE LATEST UPLOADS.

    published: 22 May 2017
  • CDN Geologists

    A 2 min video highlighting 5 Canadian geologists.

    published: 24 May 2017
  • GSA 2014 Field Trip - Introduction to the Geology of the Vancouver Area

    GSA TV went out with a group of intrepid geologists to take a look at some of the most interesting aspects of Vancouver's geology.

    published: 20 Oct 2014
  • The Canadian Military is investigating a strange NOISE in the ARCTIC - Flat Earth Messenger

    The Canadian Military is investigating a strange NOISE in the ARCTIC - Flat Earth Messenger - alex jones planet x coast am confirmed conflict

    published: 07 Jan 2018
  • Jeremy Hansen sets out for geology field training on Devon Island

    2013-07-12 - CSA Astronaut Jeremy Hansen explains why astronauts perform geology field training in remote areas and describes his upcoming expedition to Devon Island. Hansen will be in this High Arctic region July 16-25, 2013, accompanying Western University's Dr. Osinski and his team from the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration as they study an impact crater. Credit: Canadian Space Agency Geology field training Web page: http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/astronauts/training-geology.asp Find out more about this video: http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/search/video/watch.asp?v=1_3nb7hf6r

    published: 12 Jul 2013
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Where Terranes Collide: The Geology of Western Canada

Where Terranes Collide: The Geology of Western Canada

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  • Updated: 28 Apr 2015
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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
https://wn.com/Where_Terranes_Collide_The_Geology_Of_Western_Canada
A Geologist in Arctic Canada

A Geologist in Arctic Canada

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  • Updated: 07 Jul 2016
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High Salary Jobs in Canada

High Salary Jobs in Canada

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  • Updated: 01 Oct 2016
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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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Geology Field Trip in North West Nepal (US/Canadian geologists)

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

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  • Updated: 05 Mar 2016
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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)
https://wn.com/Geology_Field_Trip_In_North_West_Nepal_(Us_Canadian_Geologists)
Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists

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  • Updated: 26 Jan 2017
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Fault Valves and Orogenic (Lode) Gold Veins: Canadian Examples (Part 2)

Fault Valves and Orogenic (Lode) Gold Veins: Canadian Examples (Part 2)

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  • Updated: 25 Jun 2015
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Richard Sibson is introduced to ʺmesothermalʺ gold-quartz veins of the Archean Abitibi belt in Canada by Howard Poulsen and François Robert. Discussion with beer led to the recognition that mineralized reverse faults would only reactivate at lithostatic fluid pressure. Field observations suggested episodic discharge of overpressured fluid near the seismogenic zone base, with sharp pressure decrease and phase separation causing gold deposition. Recorded: October 29, 2013
https://wn.com/Fault_Valves_And_Orogenic_(Lode)_Gold_Veins_Canadian_Examples_(Part_2)
Early footage of Alfred Wegner

Early footage of Alfred Wegner

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Early footage of Alfred Wegner 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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Colombia's ELN free Canadian geologist Jernoc Wobert

Colombia's ELN free Canadian geologist Jernoc Wobert

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  • Updated: 27 Aug 2013
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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
https://wn.com/Colombia's_Eln_Free_Canadian_Geologist_Jernoc_Wobert
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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  • Updated: 04 Jul 2014
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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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The Young Geologists at Chickaboom (Toronto, Ontario, Canada - March 2012)

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

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  • Updated: 28 Mar 2012
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Thomas Sr. Geologist - ConocoPhillips

Thomas Sr. Geologist - ConocoPhillips

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  • Updated: 27 Jun 2016
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Day in the life of a new hire Geologist. To learn more visit http://careers.conocophillips.com/career-areas/geoscience-careers/
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Hitler field assistants have lost geologist

Hitler field assistants have lost geologist

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  • Updated: 19 Mar 2012
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Make your own Hitler video at http://downfall.jfedor.org/
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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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  • Updated: 22 Jun 2017
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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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Living in the Arctic - Silaqqi, Teacher in Nunavut, Canada

Living in the Arctic - Silaqqi, Teacher in Nunavut, Canada

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  • Updated: 23 Oct 2017
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Silaqqi is a teacher in Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada. She shows us what it is like to live in the Arctic: long winters, long summers, hunting and fishing, and the impact of melting ice in her community.
https://wn.com/Living_In_The_Arctic_Silaqqi,_Teacher_In_Nunavut,_Canada
Heather Gingerich of the Canadian Medical Geology Association WUC meeting Feb 29 2012 pt 5

Heather Gingerich of the Canadian Medical Geology Association WUC meeting Feb 29 2012 pt 5

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Windsor Utilities Commission held a special meeting for fluoridation on February 29, 2012. Commissioners went on to pass a motion recommending the City of Windsor cease fluoridation. City councillors will have to make a decision soon. Heather Gingerich is a fluoride toxicity expert. Her expertise lies in maternal/child health outcomes relative to drinking water chemistry. For other fluoride toxicity info that Heather has presented see here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7clyfTMGO0&context=C339efc3ADOEgsToPDskJvLVxa9rt5a1rTse3_m-rs and part 2 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FF9Y0nBBxAs&context=C358cd68ADOEgsToPDskIVYZ_eBQCLH3jb5E4RWnhR To see video of other Safe Water Delegates at the WUC meeting: pt 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rha5DW9jsZQ&context=C3ce7e27ADOEgsToPDskLleCNJpy-omTM_nB1B62Qe pt2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvlaPkjv7fY&context=C35bf9afADOEgsToPDskLKgEv84ulflt23e5BDE3vw pt3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dn9isx84ZLs&context=C30ef9feADOEgsToPDskLe-Ruf5vBEht4ClGZhlWb1 pt4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2eQC8bBlVLQ&context=C3887c4dADOEgsToPDskJpDJrmln5fCUnWeq3zyA_k For more information on the local campaign for safe water visit: http://fluoridefreewindsor.com/ And for the Canadian Campaign visit: http://cof-cof.ca/
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Geology and Canoes: Dismal Lakes and Coppermine River (Nunavut, Summer 2017)

Geology and Canoes: Dismal Lakes and Coppermine River (Nunavut, Summer 2017)

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  • Updated: 25 Sep 2017
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Short documentary of fieldwork conducted in western Nunavut with the Geological Survey of Canada in July and August 2017. A team of 8 geologists (including myself and a graduate student of mine) and 3 guides paddled from Dismal Lakes to Kugluktuk, following the lower course of the Coppermine River.
https://wn.com/Geology_And_Canoes_Dismal_Lakes_And_Coppermine_River_(Nunavut,_Summer_2017)
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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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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  • Updated: 12 Aug 2015
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Recording Location: http://www.naturalresourcesymposium.com/
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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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  • Updated: 19 Feb 2011
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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.
https://wn.com/Elliot's_Arctic_Circle_Geology_Job_In_1994_Nunavut,_Canada
ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE PT1

ABANDONED MANSION SCOTLAND WITH EVERYTHING LEFT INSIDE, AVONDALE HOUSE PT1

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WHO WILL MAKE IT TO THE END OF THESE 10 VLOGS ???, 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. SUBSCRIBE FOR ALL THE LATEST UPLOADS.
https://wn.com/Abandoned_Mansion_Scotland_With_Everything_Left_Inside,_Avondale_House_Pt1
CDN Geologists

CDN Geologists

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A 2 min video highlighting 5 Canadian geologists.
https://wn.com/Cdn_Geologists
GSA 2014 Field Trip - Introduction to the Geology of the Vancouver Area

GSA 2014 Field Trip - Introduction to the Geology of the Vancouver Area

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  • Updated: 20 Oct 2014
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GSA TV went out with a group of intrepid geologists to take a look at some of the most interesting aspects of Vancouver's geology.
https://wn.com/Gsa_2014_Field_Trip_Introduction_To_The_Geology_Of_The_Vancouver_Area
The Canadian Military is investigating a strange NOISE in the ARCTIC - Flat Earth Messenger

The Canadian Military is investigating a strange NOISE in the ARCTIC - Flat Earth Messenger

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The Canadian Military is investigating a strange NOISE in the ARCTIC - Flat Earth Messenger - alex jones planet x coast am confirmed conflict
https://wn.com/The_Canadian_Military_Is_Investigating_A_Strange_Noise_In_The_Arctic_Flat_Earth_Messenger
Jeremy Hansen sets out for geology field training on Devon Island

Jeremy Hansen sets out for geology field training on Devon Island

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2013-07-12 - CSA Astronaut Jeremy Hansen explains why astronauts perform geology field training in remote areas and describes his upcoming expedition to Devon Island. Hansen will be in this High Arctic region July 16-25, 2013, accompanying Western University's Dr. Osinski and his team from the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration as they study an impact crater. Credit: Canadian Space Agency Geology field training Web page: http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/astronauts/training-geology.asp Find out more about this video: http://www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/search/video/watch.asp?v=1_3nb7hf6r
https://wn.com/Jeremy_Hansen_Sets_Out_For_Geology_Field_Training_On_Devon_Island
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