logging in or signing up Ontario Geological Survey - Mandate andyfyon Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 231 Category: Science & Tech.. License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: April 11, 2010 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description The Ontario Geological Survey is mandated to document the geology and Earth resources of Ontario, Canada. These data are applied to address a range of public policy priorities: investment attraction, public health and safety, environment characterization, and adaptation and mitigation of climate change from a geological perspective. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Ministry of Northern Development, Mines & ForestryOntario Geological Survey Branch OverviewApril 2010“Ontario at, and beneath, your feet” : Ministry of Northern Development, Mines & ForestryOntario Geological Survey Branch OverviewApril 2010“Ontario at, and beneath, your feet” OGS Mission & Mandate : OGS Mission & Mandate Mission: Enhance Ontario’s quality of life through economic prosperity, environmental quality, and public safety. Mandate: Provide accurate and objective earth science data, information, and knowledge, including geological Earth resources (minerals, groundwater, energy). Users: All Ontario’s citizens and institutions, including Aboriginal people. History: 1891 Ontario legislature created OGS. What is Geology? : What is Geology? Study of the composition, structure, physical properties, dynamics, and history of Earth materials, and the processes that formed, moved, and changed them. Slide 4: Ministry of Northern Development, Mines & Forestry OGS Function: Document the Geology Groundwater Landform, Habitat, Aggregate Mineral Resource Ontario at, and below, your feet Slide 6: Geology is a field-based science Geological problems: need field work to read the story hidden in the rocks and soils. Many employment options: mineral groundwater energy geological hazards geotechnical environment planning policy Slide 7: OGS Field Work Output: Geological Publications, Maps, Reports, Data : Output: Geological Publications, Maps, Reports, Data Output: Lots of Different Types of Geological Maps : Output: Lots of Different Types of Geological Maps Geophysical Geochemical Glacial deposits Bedrock Groundwater Aggregate Groundwater Protection Output: Earth Resource Inventory : Output: Earth Resource Inventory Energy Groundwater Industrial / construction minerals Metallic minerals Industrial minerals Slide 11: Output: Estimates of Earth Resource Potential Output: Inorganic Geochemical Analyses of Rocks, Minerals, Soils, Groundwater : Output: Inorganic Geochemical Analyses of Rocks, Minerals, Soils, Groundwater Output: Digital and Paper Library of Geological Data & Information : Output: Digital and Paper Library of Geological Data & Information Output: Geological Knowledge & Service : Output: Geological Knowledge & Service Output: Geoscience to Support Land-use Planning : Output: Geoscience to Support Land-use Planning Aquifer risk Landslide risk Market Ontario’s Geoscience and Mineral Investment Potential : Market Ontario’s Geoscience and Mineral Investment Potential Mineral Sector Analysis & Policy Formulation : Mineral Sector Analysis & Policy Formulation OGS Aboriginal Community Engagement, Communication, Collaboration : OGS Aboriginal Community Engagement, Communication, Collaboration Geology – Is It All Mapped?Old and New Map of Sand and Gravel : Geology – Is It All Mapped?Old and New Map of Sand and Gravel Old Survey Map 2009 Survey Map You can make a decision with no data, a better decision with some data that may be old, and you can make the best decision with the right, modern data. Slide 20: Why does Ontario Government (Ontario Geological Survey) collect public geological information? Slide 21: Earth Resources (mineral, energy, groundwater) Engineering Infrastructure Environment Land use Planning Climate Change Geological Hazard Geology Uses Biodiversity, habitat Health Geology Is About:Engineering Construction Infrastructure : Geology Is About:Engineering Construction Infrastructure Field Observation Map Representation Identify resource, predict ground conditions for infrastructure projects Geology Is About:Public Safety / Geological Hazard : Geology Is About:Public Safety / Geological Hazard Earthquakes Lemieux Landslide 1993 Geology Is About:Mineral Economic Development : Geology Is About:Mineral Economic Development Bedrock Map, Mineral Occurrences, Attract Mineral Investment & Reduce Mineral Exploration Risk Field Observation Mineral Deposit Model Geology Is About:Energy Economic Development : Geology Is About:Energy Economic Development Geothermal Energy Natural Gas Geology Is About:Groundwater Development (& Protection) : Geology Is About:Groundwater Development (& Protection) Geology Is About:Biodiversity and Habitat : Geology Is About:Biodiversity and Habitat Alvar Raised beaches Old shoreline Esker Bedrock “Desert” Slide 28: occurrences Geology Is About: Environmental Geochemistry - Natural or Not? Geochemical baseline environment + development Geology Is About: Public Health : Geology Is About: Public Health Fluoride (tooth paste) in drilled wells (mg/L) Geology Is About: Land-use Planning : Geology Is About: Land-use Planning Geology Is About: Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation : Geology Is About: Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation 0/ +1 degree C +5/+6 +10/+11 Summer Temperature increase 2055. + 20/30% 0/+10 % - 30/-40% + 60/70% Spring precipitation change 2055. Understanding geology helps us understand how the soil will respond to climate change Ontario Geological SurveyKey Contacts : Ontario Geological SurveyKey Contacts OGS Director Andy Fyon (705-670-5924, email@example.com) Senior Manager, Sedimentary Geoscience Section Cam Baker (705-670-5902, firstname.lastname@example.org) Senior Manager, Precambrian Geoscience Section Jack Parker (705-70-5976, email@example.com) Senior Manager, Geoscience Laboratories Ed Debicki (705-670-5643, firstname.lastname@example.org) Manager, Information and Marketing Services Marc Leroux (705-670-5869, email@example.com) Senior Manager, Resident Geologist Program Jim Ireland (705-235-1612, firstname.lastname@example.org) You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.