Recommended Citation McColl, K. M., Turner, R.J.W., Franklin, R.G., Earle, S., Stokes, T., David Pawliuk, Houle, J., Guthrie, R., Fox, J., Clague, J.J. 2005: Geoscape Nanaimo, geoscience for central Vancouver Island communities, Geological Survey of Canada Miscellaneous Report 87, one sheet.
Produced by Maggie McColl, Robert Turner, Richard Franklin, Steven Earle, Tim Stokes (Terra Firma Geoscience Services or Geoscience Solutions Group), David Pawliuk, Jacques Houle, Rick Guthrie, Julian Fox, John Clague
Illustration and design of Geoscape Poster Richard Franklin and Robert Turner Central oblique aerial view map Ryan Grant
Contributors and Reviewers Natural Resources Canada, Geological Survey of Canada: Robert Turner, Richard Franklin, Chris Yorath, Robert Kung, Dave Mate, Jane Wynne
Malaspina University-College: Maggie McColl, Steven Earle, Owen Peer, Dan Stevens, Julian Fox, Tim Naegele
B. C. Ministry of Energy and Mines: Jacques Houle, Dorthe Jakobsen, Nick Massey
B. C. Ministry of the Lands, Environment and Parks: Rick Guthrie
Simon Fraser University: John Clague, Peter Mustard: Dr. Peter Mustard is an Associate Professor in the Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences at Simon Fraser University. His research concerns sedimentary basins of the Canadian Cordilera, especially their importance in terms of the tectonic evolution of the Cordillera. He has been actively conducting research concerning the Nanaimo Group for > 10 years and Counting.
Courtenay and District Museum and Palaeontology Centre: Pat Trask
Vancouver Island Paleontological Museum: Graham Beard, Tina Beard
Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park: Richard Varela
City of Nanaimo, Planning and Engineering Department: Per Kristensenm
Nanaimo Regional District: Pamela Shaw
Others: Tim Stokes, Dave Pawliuk (Consulting mineral exploration geologist who has worked off and on at northern and central Vancouver Island since 1989. Pawliuk has lived at Noose Bay since 1993), Paul Griffith, Gwyneth Cathyl-Bickford, Andrew Young