McNabs Island is located at the mouth of the Halifax Harbour, and the size of it is approximately 395 hectares. On McNabs island, the highest place of the island is 45 meters. The proportion of flat areas is approximately 20% that mostly occurs at hilltops and coastal beaches. For the proportion of gentle and moderate slope, both of them are around 25%, and most of them occur in the middle area of the island. Moreover, the proportion of the steep slopes is about 30% that always located near and at coasts. Furthermore, from the slope and elevation map which we did before, we can tell that the shoreline always has a lower elevation with steep slopes or flat grounds. We can see that most of the slopes are flatter when the elevation raises. For example, cliffs are the steepest places and are near the coast, cliffs have higher elevation with shortest intervals between contour lines. Flat areas of the shoreline are mostly around the beaches, pond and wetlands. Valleys are always in the gentle or moderately slope areas with different elevations.
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- ... There are three types of structural materials which occur on McNabs Island. First, the bedrock which is Halifax Formation Slate is about 70 percent covering, and the rest is covered by Goldenville Formation Quartzite and Greywacke. Moreover, McNabs is mostly comprised of glacial deposits such as drumlins, and there are a few alluvial, marine littoral, lacustrine and coastal sediment. For the soil type of the land, it mostly covered with Wolfville soil, and this type of soil always has a good drainage with a light to moderate erosion.... [tags: elevation, materials, environment]
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