From Field to Fact: William E. Logan and the Geological Survey of Canada

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Title
From Field to Fact: William E. Logan and the Geological Survey of Canada
Abstract
In 1843, the Montreal-born William Edmund Logan (1798-1875) was hired to undertake a geological survey of Lower Canada and Upper Canada. The Geological Survey of Canada, based in Montreal from 1843 until 1881, evolved from this position. Logan was director of the GSC from its founding until 1870.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
Dalhousie University
Place
Halifax, NS
Date
2007
Language
en
Citation
Shipley, Brian C. “From Field to Fact: William E. Logan and the Geological Survey of Canada.” PhD dissertation, Dalhousie University, 2007.
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