Fundy Model Forest Project, southeastern New Brunswick
Beginning in the late 1980’s and continuing into the mid 1990s, till sampling and Quaternary mapping were carried out in southeastern New Brunswick over an area corresponding approximately to the Fundy Model Forest.
The Fundy Model Forest covers an area of 419,266 hectares situated on the Bay of Fundy coast. The eastern boundary coincides with the eastern boundary of Fundy National Park and extends northward to Salisbury. The northern boundary follows the Canaan Road (Hwy 112), Canaan River and Washademoak Lake to the Saint John River. The western boundary follows the Saint John River to the south and crosses the Kingston Peninsula at Kingston. The southern boundary follows Kennebecasis Bay to Hampton, east to the Little Salmon River, and then south to the Bay of Fundy.
Sampling extended over the following mapsheets:
|1||Till sampling survey, NTS 21H/11 (Waterford), southern New Brunswick, 1993-1994. (more)|
|2||Till sampling survey, NTS 21H/6 (Salmon River), 21H/10 (Alma), southeastern New Brunswick, early 1990s. (more)|
|3||Till sampling survey, NTS 21H/15 (Hillsborough), 21I/3 (Salisbury), 21I/4 (Chipman), Fundy Model Forest area, New Brunswick. (more)|
|4||Till sampling survey, NTS 21H/12 (Sussex), 21G/9 (Hampstead, E½), southern New Brunswick, 1995-1996. (more)|
|5||Till sampling survey, NTS 21H/10, 11, 14, 15, southeast New Brunswick, 1988. (more)|
|6||Till sampling survey, NTS 21H/6, 11, southeast New Brunswick, 1989. (more)|
|7||Till sampling, NTS 21H/14 (Petitcodiac), southeastern New Brunswick, 1993 and 1997. (more)|
|8||Till sampling, NTS 21H/13 (Codys), southern New Brunswick. (more)|
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Geological Surveys Branch.
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