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Paz – paddon development constitution tunnel hurry presentation

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June 06 2013
PAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.ca Hurry Presentation

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Paz – paddon development constitution tunnel hurry presentation

  1. 1. Hurry PresentationPAZ – Paddon Development Constitution TunnelPAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.ca
  2. 2. • We need to organize.• We need to organize projects.• We need to plan a possible tunnel, an interim report.• We need to form a partnership.• We need interim agreement.• We need to approach the provincial government.• We need to approach the tunnel as many projects.• We need an interim report compiled to analyze how theproject is to proceed.PAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.caHurry PresentationInterim analysis, to final completion.
  3. 3. Fig. 1. Sun-shaded surface morphological map of the southern Strait of Georgia,onshore and offshore. The image has been generated with multibeam sonarbathymetric data for submarine regions. SOG 3 is the position of the currentmeter deployment. The oval outlines the Foreslope Hills and the box indicates thelocation of Fig. 2. Areas enclosed in white polygon lines are land and other blackregions are unsurveyed, either due to shallow water depths or lack of data.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0025-3227(02)00559-5, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/help/doi.htmThe Foreslope Hills: large-scale, fine-grained sediment waves in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia···D.C Mosher··a, ····, ····, ··R.E Thomson··b, ····PAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.ca
  4. 4. Fig. 4. Depth profiles across the Foreslope Hills. The letters on the profiles are keyed totheir locations shown in Fig. 3. The mean wave height is 12 m (maximum 20 m) andwavelength is about 700 m. Vertical lines are placed through the waveforms to assist inobservation of the symmetry of most of the ridges (not to be confused with asymmetry in thetrend of the profiles).PAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.caHurry Presentation
  5. 5. Fig. 5. Contours of distribution of mean grain size (in phi units) of surface sediment from grabsamples around the Foreslope Hills. The mean grain size ranges from coarse to very fine silt(4.0–8.0 phi). The black dots designate grab sample locations. White triangles designatecore site locations.PAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.caHurry Presentation
  6. 6. Fig. 6. Line 7D (see Fig. 2and Fig. 3 for location).The high-resolutionseismic profile at the top(A) shows little subbottominformation because of thepresence of interstitialgas, although the infill anddrape is distinctive. Someinternal structure in the‘Hills’ is obvious in thelower section (B) becauseof the greater energy andlower frequency content ofthe seismic source andbecause multichannelstacking increases thesignal to noise ratio. The‘A’ horizon is a regionallycorrelatable reflectorthroughout the Strait ofGeorge and forms the baseof Unit 4. It is a majordisconformity thatMosher and Hamilton (1998)attribute to a distinctivechange from glacial-dominated sedimentationto modern Fraser Riversedimentation. The ‘B’horizon is a local horizoncorrelatable under most ofthe Foreslope Hills.PAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.caPAZ – Paddon Development Constitution Tunnel Email: ConstitutionTunnel@live.caHurry Presentation
  7. 7. ThirdPageFig. 10. Schematic cross-section normal to the Cascadia margin at thelocation of southern Vancouver Island. The E and F reflectors define theroof and floor thrusts respectively of a 100-km-wide duplex structure,beneath which the Juan de Fuca plate subducts. The D reflectors mayalso be part of the roof thrust, but have not yet been shown to becontinuous with the E reflectors, as indicated by the grey region.Seismicity in the subducting slab occurs primarily where the top of theplate is inferred to steepen. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S004019510600093XLocal thickening of the Cascadia forearc crust and the origin of seismic reflectors in the uppermostmantle··Andrew J. Calvert··a, ····, ····, ··Kumar Ramachandran··b, ··1, ··Honn Kao··b,··Michael A. Fisher··cDepartment of Earth Sciences, Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BritishColumbia, Canada, V5A 1S6•Geological Survey of Canada, GSC Pacific – Sidney Subdivision, P.O. Box 6000, Sidney, BC, Canada,

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