Quaternary geology of Ontario

The Quaternary geology data set is a digital interpretation of surficial geology for the Province of Ontario and illustrates the general distribution of the various types of Quaternary sediments and the major landforms associated with them. Tills, glaciofluvial, glaciolacustrine, glaciomarine, fluvial, lacustrine and organic deposits are represented by 30 distinct geological units illustrating the Quaternary stratigraphy of Ontario. Also shown are landform deposits such as drumlins, moraines, eskers, sand dunes, and glacial-related escarpments.

This data is best viewed using Google Earth or similar Keyhole Markup Language (KML) compatible software. For instructions on how to use Google Earth, read the Google Earth tutorial.

*[KML]: Keyhole Markup Language

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Ontario's Open Data Team opengov@ontario.ca

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Covers 2012-10-10 - 2012-10-10

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Last Validated Date 2012-10-10
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