Tag archives for Wood Mountain (Saskatchewan)

Wood River-Poplar River drainage divide area landform origins, southern Saskatchewan, Canada

Abstract: Topographic map interpretation methods are used to determine landform origins for the Wood River-Poplar River drainage divide in southern Saskatchewan. The Wood River is a north-oriented drainage route flowing to Old Wives Lake, which today has no outlet. The Poplar River is a south and southeast-oriented Missouri River tributary originating in southern Saskatchewan and […]

Wood River-Frenchman River drainage divide area landform origins, southern Saskatchewan, Canada

Abstract: Topographic map interpretation methods are used to determine landform origins along the Wood River-Frenchman River drainage divide area in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. The Wood River-Frenchman River drainage divide is located along the west end of the Wood Mountain upland region just north of the Saskatchewan-Montana border. Today the Wood River flows in a north-direction […]