Contributors The following agencies and organizations participated in the planning, preparation and/or production of Geoscape Ottawa-Gatineau:
Geological Survey of Canada
Canada Centre for Remote Sensing
Natural Resources Canada
Canadian Museum of Nature
Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University
Department of Earth Sciences, Carleton University
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa
Écomusée de Hull
Friends of Petrie Island
National Capital Commission
Ottawa-Carleton District School Board
Ottawa-Carleton Catholic School Board
Commission scolaire des Draveurs
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Regional Municipality of Ottawa Carleton
Rideau Valley Conservation Authority
South Nation Conservation Authority
Text and Figures Contributed by J.M. Aylsworth, A. Bent, G.R. Brooks, D. Corrigan, J.A. Donaldson, J. Dougherty, L.A. Dredge, R. Harington, S. Heenan, D. Irwin, I.M. Kettles, D.E. Lawrence, B. Medioli, F. Michel, J. Percival, M. Poirer, H. Russell, K. Torrance, R.J.W. Turner.
Graphic Design and Cartography R.G. Franklin, J.M. Aylsworth, and R.J.W. Turner.
Funding Funding for this poster was provided by Natural Resources Canada and Ontario Ministry of Energy, Science and Technology.
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Ottawa-Gatineau: Urban Geology of Canada's National Capital Area Urban Geology of Canada's National Capital Area was a pilot project aiming at developing approaches, methodologies and standards that can be applied to other major urban centres of the country, while providing the geoscience knowledge required for sound regional planning and environmental protection of the National Capital Area.