volume 14, issue 2, P193-205 1977
DOI: 10.1139/t77-020
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Abstract: Under natural conditions, the western limit of the Olympic Park site along Sherbrooke Street is formed by a terrace of marine clay deposited in the Champlain Sea. This terrace has an average height of 60 ft (18 m) and overlies shallow fine grained deposits of fluvio–glacial or glacial origin, which are encountered at ground surface in the eastern part of the site. The bedrock, of Ordovician age, is part of a monoclinal structure which dips at 3° to 5° towards the northeast; bedding planes and vertical fractur…

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