Selected Publications

Broster, B.E., and Dickinson, P.J., 2015 Late Wisconsinan and Holocene Development of Grand Lake Meadows areas and southern reaches of the Saint John Rivery Valley, New Brunswick, Canada, Atlantic Geology, 51, 206-220.

Broster, B.E., Daigle, A.E., & Burtt, G. 2013 Engineering properties of fine-grained estuarine sediments in the Saint John River Valley at Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, Atlantic Geology, 49, 179–193.

Spooner, I., Batterson, M., Catto, N., Liverman, D., Kearns, K., Isenor, F., McAskill, G.W., and Broster, B.E. 2013, Slope failure in the Atlantic Provinces: A review, Atlantic Geology, 49, 1-14.

Bonham, O., MacLachlan, K., Broster, B., and Johnston, K. 2013. Developing a Competencies profile for the profession of geoscience in Canada – a snapshot of the start of a journey. American Institute of Professional of Professional Geologists, Denver, Abstracts & Program.

Broster, B.E., Daigle, A.E., and Pickerill, R.K., 2013. First reported occurrence of Cochlichnus anguineus Hitchcock traces in sediment at Fredericton, New Brunswick, Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program with Abstracts, 25, 16-17.

MacLachlan,K., Bonham, O, Broster, B., and Johnston, K. 2013, Geoscience Canada Admissions Support Tools Project: A competency profile for Professional Geoscientists, In Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts & Program.

Legere, C.L., Broster, B.E., Hughes Clarke, J.E. 2012. Late Pleistocene regional unconformity in the Bay of Fundy, coastal southwestern New Brunswick, Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program with Abstracts, 24, 28.

Broster, B.E. and Burke, K.B.S. 2011. Geological and site specific factors influencing earthquake hazard assessment for New Brunswick. Atlantic Geology, 47, 99-111.

Campbell, H., Broster, B.E., Parkhill, M. 2011. Glacial dispersal patterns from the Mont Fronsac North Zn-Pb-Cu-Ag massive sulphide deposit, New Brunswick. In Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts & Program.

Broster, B.E. and Burke, K.B.S. 2011. Site-specific factors influencing earthquake hazard assessment: examples from New Brunswick, Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program with Abstracts, 23, 15-16.

Legere, C.L., Broster, B.E., Hughes Clarke, J.E. 2011, Surficial sediments and Quaternary stratigraphy of Maces Bay, Bay of Fundy. Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program with Abstracts, 23, 28.

Broster, B.E., Dickson, M.L., and Parkhill, M.A., 2009, Comparison of Humus and Till as prospecting material in areas of thick overburden and multiple ice-flow events: An example from northeastern New Brunswick. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 103, 115-132.

Campbell, H., Broster, B.E., Parkhill, M., Susak, N.J., and Arp, P.A. 2009. Glacial dispersal from the Mount Fronsac North massive sulphide deposit, Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick, Canada. In Proceedings of the 24th International Applied Geochemistry Symposium Exploration, Fredericton, NB. D. Lentz, K. Thorne, and K-L. Beal Eds., The Association of Applied Geochemists, 545-548.

Legere, C.L., Broster, B.E., Hughes Clarke, J.E., and Parrott, R.D. 2009. Acoustic mapping of the Bay of Fundy between Maces Bay and Passamaquoddy Bay. Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program with Abstracts, 21.

Broster, B.E. 2008 Climate change and the risk of salinization of potable water supplies in low-lying coastal areas, 5th Annual Canadian Risk and Hazards Research Network symposium, St. John’s Nfld., 12-13.

Broster, B.E. 2008 Climate change and the salinization of potable water supplies: A Growing threat facing development in coastal areas. American Institute of Professional Geologist and Third International Professional Geology Conference - AGS - AIPG joint meeting, Flagstaff, Az, 34-35.

Campbell, H., Broster, B.E., Parkhill, M, Desrosiers, M., Susak, N.J., and Arp, P.A. 2008. Geochemical trends in till over the Mount Fronsac volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit, Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick. Exploration, Mining and Petroleum New Brunswick, NB Natural Resources Minerals, Policy and Planning, Abstracts 2008, p19 & 20.

Coleman, M., Broster, B., and Susak, N. 2008. Geology and geoenvironmental aspects of the Minto Coal Mine (Minto-Chipman), Atlantic Geological Conference 2008, Field Trip #4, 8pp.

Dickinson, P.J., Black, D.W, and Broster, B.E. 2008. Landscape evolution and human occupation in the lower Saint John River valley, New Brunswick, Canada. Canadian Archaeology Association, Abstracts and Program.

Dickinson, P.J. and Broster, B.E. 2008. Changing geomorphological processes and the five identified phases of deposition within the lower Saint John River valley region, New Brunswick, Exploration, Mining and Petroleum New Brunswick, NB Natural Resources Minerals, Policy and Planning, Abstracts 2008, 27 & 28.

Dickinson, P.J. and Broster, B.E. 2008. A geological framework for human occupation of the lower Saint John River valley, New Brunswick, Canada. In Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts & Program.

Dickinson, P.J. and Broster, B.E. 2008. The changing landscape of the lower Saint John River valley, New Brunswick, Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts, 21

Broster, B.E. 2008. Climate change and the risk of salinization of potable water supplies in low-lying coastal areas, 5th Annual Canadian Risks and Hazards Research Network Symposium, St. John’s Nfld., Abstracts and Program, 12-13.

Dickinson, P.J., and Broster, B.E. 2007. Landscape modification and aboriginal utilization of coastal tidal ponds: an example from southwestern New Brunswick, Canada. In Developing International Geoarchaeology, L. Wilson, P. Dickinson, J. Jeandron Eds. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 109-124.

Broster, B.E. 2007. A Practical Guide to the Study of Glacial Sediments, Edited by D.J.A. Evans and D.I. Benn Arnold Publishers, London, Book Review, Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geoscience, 12, 289-290.

Broster, B.E. 2007. Admissions Committee Report, Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick, Annual Meeting & Conference, 41, 45.

Broster, B.E. 2007. Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists Report, Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick, Annual Meeting & Conference, 41, 58-59.

Campbell, H., Broster, B.E., Lentz, D.R., Susak, N.J., Parkhill, M, and Arp, P.A. 2007. Example of Hg in till for the delineation of buried VMS mineralization; Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick, Canada. International Applied Geochemists Association, 23rd IAGS Symposium, Oviedo Spain, Abstracts & Program, p79.

Campbell, H., Broster, B.E., Parkhill, M, Desrosiers, M., Susak, N.J., and Arp, P.A. 2007. Glacial dispersal in C-horizon material over the Mont Fronsac North volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit, Bathurst Mining Camp, northern New Brunswick. Exploration and Mining New Brunswick Meeting, NB Natural Resources Minerals, Policy and Planning, Abstracts, p7 & 8.

Campbell, H., Broster, B.E., and Parkhill, M. 2007. Glacial dispersal patterns in sediments overlying the Mount Fronsac mineralized deposit, Bathurst Mining Camp, northern New Brunswick. Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts, p17.

Dickinson, P.J. and Broster, B.E. 2007. Important geological parameters in the assessment of LOI data for the delineation of climate change, Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting, Program and Abstracts, 18.

Parkhill, M.A., Campbell, H., Desrosiers, M., Arp, P., and Broster, B.E. 2007, Quaternary mapping and surficial exploration projects in northern New Brunswick, New Brunswick Till Geochemical Database Digital Open File 2007, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Geological Surveys Branch.

Seaman, A., McCoy, S., and Broster, B.E., 2007, Glacial stratigraphy at the Sisson Brook trench of Geodex Minerals Ltd.; more evidence for Younger Dryas glaciation? Exploration and Mining New Brunswick Meeting, NB Natural Resources Minerals, Policy and Planning, Poster.

Broster, B.E. 2006. Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists Report, Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of New Brunswick, Annual Meeting & Conference, 40, 57-58.

Campbell, H., Broster, B.E., and Paulen, R. 2006. The formation of a large meltwater channel in northwestern Alberta during the late Wisconsinan and its impact on regional aggregate resources, Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting Program with Abstracts, p.23.

Campbell, H., Parkhill, M., Desrosiers, M., Broster, B., and Arp, P. 2006. Using mercury as an indicator for locating volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits. Exploration and Mining New Brunswick, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Information Circular 2002-1, 5 & 6.

Daigle, A.E. and Broster, B. 2006. Borehole data and three-dimensional architecture of sediment stratigraphy at Fredericton, NB. Sciences and Reporting Branch New Brunswick Department of the Environment, Fredericton, Technical Report 2006-05, 110pp.

Giudice, G.M. and Broster, B.E. 2006. Relict seawater as a source of stratified groundwater in glaciated estuarine valleys: an example from Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick. Atlantic Geology, 42, 141-152.

Parkhill, M., Campbell, H., Desrosiers, M., Arp, P., and Broster, B. 2006. Quaternary mapping and surficial exploration geochemistry projects in northern New Brunswick. Exploration and Mining New Brunswick, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Information Circular 2002-1, p.21-24.

Dickinson, P.J., and Broster, B.E. 2005. Aboriginal exploitation of tidal ponds: an example from southwestern New Brunswick. Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting Program with Abstracts, 30-31.

Giudice, G.M., and Broster, B.E. 2005. Implications to glacial history and urban planning in a glaciated estuarine tributary: Fredericton Junction, New Brunswick. In Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts & Program.

Pronk, T., Allard, S. and Broster, B. 2005. Surficial mapping data and regional planning.

MacLeod, M., Broster, B.E., and Seaman, A.A. 2005. Inferences on Glacial Flow from clast dispersal, Coldstream area, New Brunswick. Atlantic Geoscience Society Annual Meeting Program with Abstracts, 30-31.

Broster, B.E., Allaby, G.M., and Pronk, A.G. 2004. Lithological and geochemical dispersal in till: Petitcodiac area, New Brunswick, Atlantic Geology, 40: 169-188.

Broster, B.E. 2004 Sedimentation in glaciated estuarine valleys and application to environmental assessment. In Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts & Program, Invited Talk.

Broster, B.E. and Daigle, A.E. 2004. Glacial valley-fills and implications to water management and land-use in New Brunswick: The Fredericton example. In Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts & Program.

Daigle, A.E., and Broster, B.E. 2004. Three-dimensional glacial stratigraphy: a tool for aquifer characterization of glaciated valley-fills. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Atlantic Geology, Vol. 40, 137-138.

Dickson, M. L., Broster, B.E., and Parkhill, M.A. 2004. Comparison of clast and matrix dispersal in till: Popelogan Lake area, northeastern New Brunswick. Atlantic Geology, 40: 227-243.

Dickinson, P.J., Blair, S.E., Black, D.W., and Broster, B.E. 2004. The geoarchaeology of a coastal fish trap in southern New Brunswick. Eastern States Archaeological Federation and Ontario Archaeological Society Joint Meeting, Abstract and Program.

Dickinson, P.J., and Broster, B.E. 2004. Geomorphological processes and the formation of the lower Saint John River, New Brunswick, leading to Holocene occupation. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Atlantic Geology, Vol., 40, 138.

Stumpf, A.J., Broster, B.E., Levson, V.M. 2004. Glacial stratigraphy of the Bulkley River region: a depositional framework for the late Pleistocene in central British Columbia. Géographie physique et Quaternaire, 58: 217-228.

Allard, S., Pronk, A.G., Boldon, G.R., and Broster, B.E. 2003. Wisconsinan ice flow trajectories and till geochemistry: southwestern New Brunswick., Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program, A1.

Broster, B.E., and Pronk, A.G. 2003. Influence of subglacial topography on the spatial variability of till composition, Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program, A13.

Daigle, A.E., and Broster, B.E. 2003. Three-dimensional stratigraphic architecture of valley-fill deposits at Fredericton, New Brunswick, as delineated from existing borehole logs. In New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, 2003 Review of Activities, conference proceedings, Fredericton NB.

Broster, B.E. 2003. Linear and tear-drop ornamentation during low temperature rheological deformation at boundary layers in rock and sediment: a small analogy with the formation of some glacial landforms. Atlantic Geological Society - Geological Society of America Northeastern Section Joint Meeting, Halifax, Vol. 35, No. 3, March.

Broster, B.E. and Pupek,D.A. 2003. Forensic Geology: A case study involving DNAPL Contamination of Groundwater at Sussex, New Brunswick. Geological Association of Canada Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Abstracts with Program, V. 28, p.88.

Stumpf, A.J., and Broster, B.E. 2003. The Assessment of Landslide Risk in Unconsolidated Glacigenic Deposits, Geological Association of Canada Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Abstracts with Program, V. 28, p. 640.

Allard, S., Broster, B.E., and Pronk, A.G. 2002. Inferences on Glacial Flow from Till Geochemistry and Clast Dispersal: Rollingdam Area, New Brunswick, Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Annual Meeting, Feb. 2002.

Broster, B.E., Dickson, M.L., and Parkhill, M.A. 2002. Humus as a sampling media for mineral prospecting in glaciated areas; an example from the Popelogan Lake area of northeastern New Brunswick, Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Annual Meeting, Feb. 2002.

Broster, B.E. 2001. Glacial Stratigraphy And Implications To Engineering Geology And Land-Use: An Example From Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Boston, A421.

Broster, B.E. 2001. Glacigenic Systems: implications for subsurface contaminant migration and water quality. Geological Society of America and Geological Society of London, Earth System Processes - Global Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, Program with Abstracts p. 114.

Broster, B.E., and Pupek, D.A. 2001. The significance of buried landscape in subsurface migration of DNAPLS: the case of Perchloroethylene in the Sussex aquifer, New Brunswick. Groundwater. Environmental and Engineering Geoscience, 7: 17-29.

Dickson, M.L., Broster, B.E., and Parkhill, M.A. 2001. A comparison of till and humus as sampling media for the delineation of buried mineral sources in areas of thick overburden and multiple ice-flow events; an example from northeastern New Brunswick, Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Boston, A270.

Stewart, R.A., and Broster, B.E. 2001. Guidebook to the geology of Cape Cod, An introduction to surficial geology in Massachusetts and the geologic history of Cape Cod: Consulting Environmental Engineers Short Course for Connecticut and Massachusetts Licenced Environmental Professionals (LEP) and Licenced Site Professionals (LSP), 66 pp.

Broster, B.E., and Pupek, D.A. 2001. The significance of buried landscape in subsurface migration of DNAPLS: the case of Perchloroethylene in the Sussex aquifer, New Brunswick. Groundwater. Environmental and Engineering Geoscience, 7: 17-29.

Broster, B.E. 2001. Glacigenic Systems: implications for subsurface contaminant migration and water quality. Geological Society of America and Geological Society of London, Earth System Processes - Global Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, Abstracts & Program.

Broster, B.E. 2000. The migration of contaminants in glacigenic aquifers of Atlantic Canada. The Water We Drink: Ensuring Its Safety, New Brunswick Environment Industry Association Special Conference, Fredericton, NB, invited talk.

Broster, B.E. 2000. Assessment of earthquake hazard for major engineering projects: The probable versus the determinable. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Annual Meeting (02,00) Atlantic Geology.

Broster, B.E. 2000. Glacigenic aquifers: stratigraphy and the migration of contaminants. GSA, Annual Meeting, Reno Abstracts Vol. A412.

Dickson, M.L., Broster, B.E., and Parkhill, M.A. 2000. Delineation of glacial dispersal patterns in areas of thick overburden and multiple ice-flow events, northeastern New Brunswick. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Annual Meeting (02,00) Atlantic Geology.

Michaud, Y., St-Peter, C., Chi, G., Deblonde, C., Broster, B.E., Pupek, D., Savard, M., and Boisvert, E. 2000. Maritimes groundwater initiative: aquifer characterization in the Carboniferous Basin. 25th Annual Review of Activities NBDNRE, Fredericton, NB. Poster.

Park, A.F., and Broster, B.E. 2000. Glacigenic fault reactivation and enhanced groundwater flow; a previously unrecognized hazard to restoration of abandoned mine sites. Joint Environmental Earth Science Division and Atlantic Geoscience Society Conference, Atlantic Geology.

Pronk, A.G., Allaby, G.M., and Broster, B.E. 2000. Pleistocene glacial history of the Petitcodiac area, southeastern New Brunswick. Joint Environmental Earth Science Division and Atlantic Geoscience Society Conference, Atlantic Geology.

Stumpf, A., Broster, B.E., and Levson, V.M. 2000. Multi-phase flow of the Late Wisconsinan Cordilleran Ice Sheet in western Canada. Geological Society of America Bulletin 112: 1850-1863.

Stumpf, A., Levson, V.M. and Broster, B.E. 2000. New evidence for changes in ice and drainage divides of the Late Wisconsinan Fraser Glaciation in west-central British Columbia, Canada. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Reno, Abstracts Volume A18.

Stumpf, A.J. and Broster, B.E. 2000. Slope instability associated with glacial lake sediments: examples from central British Columbia. Geological Society of America, Cordilleran Section Meeting, Vancouver.

Stumpf, A.J. and Broster, B.E. 2000. The application of stratigraphic and mapping studies in the delineation of landslide hazards: an example from British Columbia. Joint Environmental Earth Science Division and Atlantic Geoscience Society Conference, Atlantic Geology.

Allaby, G.M., Broster, B.E., and Pronk, A.G. 1999. Late Wisconsinan glacial movement in the Petitcodiac map area, southeastern New Brunswick. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Annual Meeting (02,99) Atlantic Geology.

Allaby, G.M., Pronk, A.G. and Broster, B.E. 1999. Late Wisconsinan glacial movement in the Petitcodiac map area, (NTS 21H/14) southeastern NB. NB Dept Natural Res. and Energy, Information Circular 99-3, 24th Annual Review of Activities, Abstracts, 1.

Allaby, G.M., Pronk, A.G. and Broster, B.E. 1999. Till provinance study in the Petitcodiac map area, southeastern New Brunswick. Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program, 2.

Broster, B.E., and Pupek, D.A. 1999.. Influence of stratigraphy and relict topography on contaminant migration in deglacial sequence aquifers. Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program, 10.

Broster, B.E. 1999. Glacier accretion of rafted layers: examples from British Columbia and New Brunswick, Canada. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Denver, A-258.

Levson, V.M., Stumpf, A.J., and Broster, B.E. 1999. The influence of glacial flow reversals on geochemical dispersal in central Canadian Cordillera. In Proceedings, 19th Inter. Geochemical Exploration Symposium, April 11-16th, Vancouver, BC.

Stumpf, A., and Broster, B.E. 1999. Upslope flow and reversals during growth of the Cordilleran Ice Sheet, British Columbia, Canada. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Denver, A-258.

Stumpf, A., and Broster, B.E. 1999. Cordilleran Ice streaming from north-central interior British Columbia, and outlets through the Coast and Rocky mountains. Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program, 76 - 77.

Broster, B.E. 1998. Aspects of engineering geology at Fredericton, New Brunswick. in Urban Geology of Canadian Cities, P.F. Karrow and O.L. White Eds, Geological Association of Canada Special Paper 42, 401-408.

Broster, B.E. 1998. The distinction of neotectonic structures in glaciated areas, GSAmer. Annual Meeting, Abstracts and Program, p. A-398.

Broster, B.E., and Stumpf, A.J. 1998. Landward shifts of Late Wisconinan ice growth centres and reversals in ice flow directions along the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of Canada. American Quaternary Association, biennial meeting, Abstracts with Program, p. 93.

Broster, B.E., and Stumpf, A.J. 1998. Shifts of coastal ice growth centres to inland locations during the Late Wisconsinan. Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts and Program. p. A.24.

Broster, B.E. 1998. An articulated degree program in Medical Laboratory Science. Maritech'98 (Maritime Medical Technologist's Conference, Fredericton, Abstracts and Program, Abstract No. 9. (Invited Paper).

Broster, B.E., and Miller, R.F. 1998. Advance and retreat of the last glaciation of southern New Brunswick. Geological Society of America, Northeastern Meeting, Abstracts with Program: pg. 8. (Invited Paper).

Pupek, D.A., Broster, B.E., and Miller, M.T. 1998. Subsurface Contaminant delineation using the Hydropunch Tool. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Feb. Meeting, Atlantic Geology.

Stumpf, A., Broster, B.E., Levson, V.M., Gertsema. M., and Schwab, J. 1998. Stability of glacial silt and clay deposits in central British Columbia, 8TH International Association of Engineering Geology Congress, Proceedings: 1897-1903.

Stumpf, A.J., and Broster, B.E. 1998. Wisconsinan glaciolacustrine sedimentation in central British Columbia, Canada: Babine Lake - Bulkly River area. American Quaternary Association, biennial meeting, Abstracts with Program, p. 164.

Stumpf, A.J., Broster, B.E., and Levson, V.M. 1998. Anomalous westward flow of the Cordilleran ice sheet during the Late Wisconsinan glaciation of central British Columbia, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstracts and Program, p. A-165.

Stumpf, A.J., and Broster, B.E. 1998. Glacial dispersal in areas of variable terrain: examples from west central British Columbia. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Feb. Meeting.

Broster, B.E., and MacDougall, D.A. 1997. Paleoseismicity assessments from deformation structures in raised deltas: an example from Nova Scotia, Canada. Atlantic Geology, 33: 1-10.

Broster, B.E., Munn, M.D., and Pronk, A.G. 1997. Inferences on glacial flow from till clast dispersal: Waterford area, New Brunswick. Géographie physique et Quaternaire, 51: 29-39.

Broster, B.E., and Pupek, D.A. 1997. An examination of subsurface DNPL contamination at Sussex, New Brunswick. Canadian Geotechnical Society, Atlantic Region Geotechnical and Hydrological Symposium, Abstracts, p.27.

Broster, B.E., and Pupek, D.A. 1997. Significance of buried landscape in subsurface migration of DNAPLs: the case of perchloroethylene in the Sussex aquifer, New Brunswick. Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts and Program. p. A-19.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E. 1997. The Late Wisconsinan deglacial history of the east-central Taseko Lakes area, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 34: 1510-1520.

Levson, V., O'Brien, E., Weary, G.F., and Broster, B.E. 1997. Regional till geochemistry studies and glacial dispersal patterns in the southern Nechako Pleateau. Cordilleran Geology and Exploration Roundup, Poster.

Levson, V.M., Cook, S.J., Meldrum, D.G., Stumpf, A.J., Broster, B.E., O'Brien, E.K., Churchill, C., and Coneys, A.M. 1997. Till geochemical studies in the Babine Porohyry Belt: Regional surveys and deposit-scale studies, BC. ME Mines and Pet. Res., Paper 1997-1, 457-466.

Levson, V.M., Stumpf, Broster, B.E., A.J., Meldrum, D.G., O'Brien, E.K., and Churchill, C. 1997. Quaternary geology and ice flow history of the Babine Lake region, in Geological Fieldwork 1996. BC. Min Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 1997-1, 427-438.

O'Brien, E.K., Levson, V., and Broster, B.E. 1997. Unearthing hidden mineral deposits with geochemical anomalies, CIM Bulletin. 90: 116.

O'Brien, E.K., Levson, V., and Broster, B.E. 1997. Till geochemical dispersal in central British Columbia. BC Ministry of Employment and Investment, Open File 1997-12, 94pp.

Pupek, D.A., and Broster, B.E. 1997. An occurrence of perchlotoethylene and implications to groundwater resource at Sussex, New Brunswick. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abstracts, Atlantic Geology, 33: 75.

Stumpf, A., Broster, B.E., and Levson, V.M. 1997. The paleogeomorphic and environmental significance of glaciolacustrine sediments exposed in the Bulkley Valley, west-central British Columbia. Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts and Program. p. A-144.

Stumpf, A., Broster, B.E., Levson, V.M., Plouffe, A and Huntley, D.H. 1997. Chronology of Fraser Glaciation ice flow in west-central British Columbia, Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program. p.78.

Stumpf, A., Plouffe, A, Levson, V.M., and Broster, B.E. 1997. A complex paleogeomorphologic system in central British Columbia: landform evidence from aerial photography and satellite imaging. Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program. p. 79.

Stumpf, A.J., Broster, B.E., and Seaman, A.A. 1997. Lithological and geochemical dispersal in till: McAdam area,NB. Atlantic Geology, 33: 31-42.

Weary, G.F., Broster, B.E., and Levson, V.M. 1997. Till geochemical dispersal of the Chedakuz Creek Map area (93F/7), British Columbia. BC Ministry of Employment and Investment, Open File 1997-11, 101pp.

Broster, B.E. 1996. The timing of a possible northward flow event during the Wisconsinan glaciation of southern NB. GAC, Abstracts, p. A-12.

Broster, B.E., and MacDougall, D.A. 1996. Identification and age of neotectonic disturbance in raised deltas; Economy Point - Lower Five Islands, Nova Scotia. Geological Association of Canada, Abst. and Prog.. p. A-12.

Huntley, D.H., Stumpf, A.J., Levson, V.M., and Broster, B.E. 1996. Babine Porphry Belt Project: Quaternary geology and regional till geochemistry sampling, in the Old Fort Mountain and Fulton Lake Map Areas, BCM E M Petroleum Resources, Paper 1996-1, 45-53.

MacDougall, D.A., and Broster, B.E. 1996. Neotectonic assessments from deformation structures in raised marine deltas: examples from the Bay of Fundy area. Atlantic Geoscience Society Abs., Atlantic Geology, 32: 79-80.

Munn, M.D., Broster, B.E. and Pronk, A.G. 1996. Geochemical dispersal in till: Waterford area, NB. Atlantic Geology, 32: 269-279.

Park, A.F. and Broster, B.E. 1996. Influence of glacitectonic fractures on wall-failure in open excavations: Heath Steele Mines, New Brunswick, Canada. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 33: 720-731.

Broster, B.E. and Huntley, D.H. 1996. Terrain mapping and Quaternary history: Taseko Lakes area, British Columbia. Canadian and ESA ERS-1 A O, Summary Report, Canadian Centre for Remote Sensing, Part B: Canadian ERS-1 AO Project Summary No. 16., p. 40.

Park, A.F., and Broster, B.E. 1996. Glaciotectonic reactivation of bedrock structures related to mining hazards, Heath Steele Mines, New Brunswick. Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts and Program. p. A-73.

Stumpf, A.J., Broster, B.E., and Huntley, D.H. 1996. Drift exploration in areas of known porphyry copper mineralization: an example from Babine Lake, British Columbia. Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts and Program. p. A-92.

Stumpf, A.J., Huntley, D.H., Broster, B.E., and Levson, V.M. 1996. Babine Porphyry Belt Project: Detailed drift exploration studies in the Old Fort Mountain, Fulton Lake and Old Fort Mountain Map Areas, BC; BC. Ministry of Energy, M. & Petrol. Res., Paper 1996-1, 37-43.

Broster, B.E. and Hornibrook, E.R.C. 1995. Erratum to "Tin-lead alloy contamination in polished epoxy grain mounts of heavy mineral separations". Journal of Sedimentary Geology, 88, 185.

Broster, B.E., and Huntley, D.H. 1995. Effective low-cost reconnaissance drift prospecting in areas of variable terrain: an example from the sotheast Taseko Lakes area, central BC. in Drift Exploration in the Canadian Cordillera, BCMEMP Res., Paper 1995-2, 121-126.

Broster, B.E., MacDougall, D.A. 1995. Convoluted laminations in waterlain sediments: three examples from eastern Canada and their relevance to neotectonics. Atomic Energy Control Board, Research Report, 60p.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E. 1995. Paraglacial landscape evolution in the east central Interior Plateau, British Columbia, Canada. International Quaternary Union, Berlin Meeting 1995.

Huntley, D.H., Broster, B.E., and Hickson, C.J. 1995. Late Quaternary history of east-central Taseko Lakes area, B.C. Abstracts, Cordilleran Roundup, Vancouver.

MacDougall, D.A., and Broster, B.E. 1995. Convoluted laminations in proglacial deltas: three examples from eastern Canada and their relevance to neotectonics. Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program, p CA29.

Munn, M.D and Broster, B.E. 1995. Geochemical and lithological variation in till, Fundy Model Forest region, New Brunswick. Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program, p CA34.

O'Brien, E.K., Broster, B.E., Giles, T., and Levson, V. 1995. Till geochemical sampling: CH, Blackwater-Davidson, and Uduk Lake Properties, BC. Geological Field Work, 1994. British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 1995-1: 207-211.

Stumpf, A.J., and Broster, B.E. 1995. Quaternary Geology and dispersal patterns of the McAdam (NTS 21 G/11) Map area, York County, New Brunswick. Canadian Quaternary Assoc., Absts. with Prog., p CA48.

Stumpf, A.J., Seaman, A.A., and Broster, B.E. 1995. Variability of till in the McAdam (NTS 21 G/11) map area, York County, New Brunswick. in Geoscience Research 1994, NB Department of Natural Resources, Miscellaneous Report 15: 65-69.

Weary, G.F., Giles, T.R., Levson, V.M. and Broster, B.E. 1995. Surficial geology and Quaternary stratigraphy of the Chedakuz Creek area (NTS 93F/7). British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Open File 1995-13.

Balzer, S.A. and Broster, B.E. 1994. Comparison of clast and matrix dispersal in till: Canterbury area, N B. Atlantic Geology, 30: 9-17.

Broster, B.E. 1994. J. Ross Mackay, recipient of the Johnston Medal. Géographie physique et Quaternaire, 48: 127-130.

Broster, B.E. 1994. Quaternary and Environmental Studies in the Department of Geology, University of New Brunswick. In, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Current Research Miscellaneous Report 12, pp. 5-11.

Broster, B.E. 1994. The significance of glaciation on engineering geology at Fredericton, NB; GAC, Abstracts and Program. p. A-14.

Broster, B.E., Allen, P., and Burke, K.B.S. 1994. Postglacial seismic disturbance: Miramichi area, New Brunswick. In, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Current Research Miscellaneous Report 12, pp. 17-24.

Broster, B.E., and Balzer, S.A. 1994. Surficial mapping and till dispersal in the Canterbury area (NTS 21 G/14), New Brunswick. In, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Current Research Miscellaneous Report 12, pp. 12-13.

Broster, B.E., and Hornibrook, E.R.C. 1994. Tin-lead alloy contamination in polished epoxy grain mounts of heavy mineral separations. Journal of Sedimentary Geology, 88: 185-191.

Broster, B.E., and Huntley, D.H. 1994. Effective low-cost reconnaissance drift prospecting in areas of variable terrain: an example from the sotheast Taseko Lakes area, central BC. in Drift Exploration in Glaciated and Mountainous Terrain, Cordilleran Roundup, 7 p.

Huntley, D.H. and Broster, B.E. 1994. Glacial Lake Camelsfoot: a Late Wisconsinan advance stage proglacial Lake in the Fraser River valley: Gang Ranch area, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 31: 798-807.

Broster, B.E. and Park, A. 1994. Glacigenic deformation of near-surface bedrock: Heath Steele Mines, Northumberland County, New Brunswick. In, New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Current Research Miscellaneous Report 12, pp. 14-16.

Park, A.F. and Broster, B.E. 1994. Structures in the glacier-bedrock shear zone. GACanada, Abstracts and Program. p. A-85.

Seaman, A.A., Stumpf, A.J., and Broster, B.E. 1994. Till sampling of the McAdam (NTS 21 G/11) map area, York County, New Brunswick. In, Current Research, NB Dept Nat. Res. and Energy, Current Research Miscellaneous Report 12, pp. 177-183.

Broster, B.E., Allen, P., and Burke, K.B.S. 1993. A multidisciplinary assessment of postglacial seismic disturbance: Miramichi area, New Brunswick, Canada. Quaternary International, 20: 153-161.

Broster, B.E. and Park, A. 1993. Glacitectonic deformation of near-surface bedrock: Heath Steele Mines, New Brunswick. Journal of Geology, 101, p. 523-530.

Broster, B.E., and Park, A.F. 1993. The application of Quaternary studies to mine development and control of acid mine drainage: Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program. p. A-7

Broster, B.E., Allen, P., and Burke, K.B.S. 1993. The assessment of postglacial neotectonics; an example of a multidisciplinary approach involving archaeology, sedimentology and historical seismicity, Miramichi area, NB: CanQua, Abstracts with Program. p. A-8.

Broster, B.E., and Hornibrook, E.R.C. 1993. Problems with tin-lead alloy contamination in the preparation of polished epoxy grain mounts of heavy minerals for prospecting or correlation: Canadian Quaternary Association, Abstracts with Program. p. A-6.

Broster, B.E., and Pronk, T. 1993. The use of archival till samples for mineral exploration; examples from NB: CanQua, Abstracts p. A-7.

Broster, B.E., and Huntley, D.H. 1993. Late Wisconsinan deglaciation of the Gang Ranch area, BC; GA C, Abstracts and Program. p. A-13.

Burke, K.B.S., Broster, B.E., and Allen, P. 1993. Deformed fluvial sediments, Little Southwest Miramichi River, New Brunswick - Possible evidence of earthquake induced structures. Geological Survey of Canada, MAGNEC Fall Meeting, Ottawa. p. 11-12.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E. 1993. Physiographically-controlled advance and retreat glacigenic deformation: Central Interior, British Columbia, Canada. Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program; p. A-393.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E. 1993. Glaciolacustrine sequences associated with glacier advance and retreat during the Fraser Glaciation: Taseko Lakes map area, British Columbia; Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts and Program. p. A-46.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E. 1993. Late Wisconsinan glacigenic deformation: Taseko Lakes map area, BC; GACanada, Abstracts p. A-46.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E. 1993. Terrain mapping and interpretation using ERS-1 data in an area of variable relief: Taseko Lakes map area, British Columbia. A O Report, Canadian Centre for Remote Sensing, 15p.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E., 1993. Glacier dispersal during the Fraser Glaciation of the Taseko Lakes area, British Columbia; in Current Research, Part A; Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 93-1A, p.167-172.

Hornibrook, E., Broster, B.E., Gardiner, W. and Pronk, A.G. 1993. Heavy minerals in till, Miramichi area, New Brunswick. Journal of Exploration and Mining Geology, 2: 345-353.

Huntley, D.H., and Broster, B.E. 1993. Polyphase glacigenic deformation of advance glaciofluvial sediments, near Big Creek, British Columbia. Géographie physique et Quaternaire, 47: 211-219.

Seaman, A.A., Broster, B.E., Cwynar, L.C., Lamothe, M., Miller, R.F., and Thibault, J.J. 1993. Field Guide to the Quaternary geology of southwestern New Brunswick. NB Dept. Natural Resources, Mineral Resources Division, Open File Report 93-1. 102p.

Balzer, S.A., and Broster, B.E. 1992. Glacial dispersal patterns: Canterbury area, New Brunswick. GA C, Abstracts with Program. A5-A6.

Broster, B.E., and Huntley, D.H. 1992. Quaternary stratigraphy in the east-central Taseko Lakes area, British Columbia; in Current Research, Part A; Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 92-1A, p. 237-241.

Broster, B.E., and Park, A. F. 1992. Environmental implications of glacitectonized near surface metamorphic bedrock: Heath Steele Mines, New Brunswick. Geological Association of Canada, Abstracts with Program. A12.

Broster, B.E., and Seaman, A.A. 1991. Glacigenic rafting of weathered granite: Charlie Lake, NB. Can JEarth Sciences, 28, p. 649-654.

Broster, B.E. 1991. Glacitectonic deformation in sediment and bedrock: Hat Creek, BC. Géographie physique et Quaternaire, 45, p. 5-20.

Balzer, S.A., and Broster, B.E. 1991. Glacial dispersion of clast lithologies: Lake George area, New Brunswick. Atlantic Geology, 27: 230-231.

Broster, B.E. 1991. Application of glacial geology in the assessment of neotectonics in coastal environments. Atlantic Geology, 27: 233.

Broster, B.E. 1991. (Editor) Late glacial and post glacial events in coastal and adjacent areas. Canadian Quaternary Association Biennial Meeting, Fredericton. Program and Abstracts, 45 p.

Broster, B.E., and Burke, K.B.S. 1991. Glacigenic postglacial faulting at Saint John, New Brunswick. MAGNEC '90 Annual Report, Geological Survey of Canada, Open File Report 2453 p. 29.

Hornibrook, E.R.C., and Broster, B.E. 1991. Heavy mineral dispersion in till: Todd Mountain, NB. Abstracts, Atlantic Geology, 27: 235-236.

Hornibrook, E.R.C., Broster, B.E., Gardiner, W.W. and Pronk, A.G. 1991. Glacial dispersion of heavy minerals in Late Wisconsinan till: central New Brunswick. Atlantic Geology, 27: 199-208.

Seaman, A.A., Broster, B.E., Cwynar, L.C., Lamothe, M., Miller, R.F., and Thibault, J.J. 1991. Late glacial and post-glacial events in coastal environments: southwestern N.B. CANQUA Conf. Field Guide. 15 pp.

Broster, B.E., and Burke, K.B.S., 1990. Glacigenic postglacial faulting at Saint John, New Brunswick. Atlantic Geology, 26, p. 125-138.

Broster, B.E., and Bruce, I.G., 1990. A site selection case study using terrain analysis in conjunction with an evaluation matrix. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geologists, London, 23, p. 209-216.

Stewart, R.A., and Broster, B.E. 1990. Lithology and transport distance of till in marginal areas of continental glaciers (invited paper). In: Glacial Indicator Tracing, Edited by R. Kujansuu and M. Saarnisto. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam. Chpt. 8, p. 123-149.

Seaman, A.A., and Broster, B.E. 1990. Glacial Geology of the area southwest of the Saint John River Valley. 40th. Annual Atlantic Universities Geological Conference, UNB Field Trip #1. 19p.

Broster, B.E. 1989. Glacigenic deformation structures in rock and sediment. GACanada, Program with Abstracts, 14, p. A129. (Invited paper).

Cowan, W.R., and Broster, B.E. 1988. Quaternary geology of the Sault Ste. Marie area, District of Algoma, Ontario. Ontario Geological Survey Map P.3104, Geological Series Map.

Broster, B.E., and Clague, J.J. 1987. Advance and retreat glacigenic deformation at Williams Lake, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 24, p. 1421-1430.

Day, S.J., Broster, B.E., and Sinclair, A.J. 1987. Sulphide erratics applied to subglacial exploration: St. Elias Mountains, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 24, p. 723-730.

Broster, B.E. 1986. Till variability and compositional stratification: Examples from the Port Huron Lobe. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 23, No. 11, p. 1823-1841.

Broster, B.E., and Hicock, S.R., 1985. Multiple flow and support mechanisms and the development of inverse grading in a subaquatic glacigenic debris flow, Sedimentology, Vol. 32, p.645-657.

Broster, B.E. 1983. Glaciotectonics as applied to earthquake engineering; A case study at Hat Creek, British Columbia. Geological Association of Canada Annual Meeting, Abst. with Prog., p. A8.

Hicock, S.R., Dreimanis, A., and Broster, B.E. 1983. Submarine flow tills at Victoria, British Columbia: Reply, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 20, p. 510-513.

Broster, B.E. 1982. Compositional variations in the St. Joseph Till units in the Goderich area; Ph.D. thesis, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, 307 p.

Broster, B.E., and Evenson, E.B. 1982. Identification and transport mechanisms of subaquatic glacial debris flows in glaciomarine and glaciolacustrine environments; Inter. Assoc. Sed., 11th Inter. Congress, Abst. p. 164.

Broster, B.E., and Dreimanis, A. 1981. Deposition of multiple lodgement tills by competing glacial flows in a common ice sheet; Cranbrook, British Columbia; Journal of Arctic and Alpine Research, Vol. 13, p. 197-204.

Hicock, S.R., Dreimanis, A., and Broster, B.E. 1981. Late Wisconsinan subaquatic flow tills at Victoria, British Columbia; Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 18, p. 71-80.

Stewart, R.A., Broster, B.E., Gauthier, C., Hicock, S.R., Parent, M., and Dreimanis, A. 1981. The origin and significance of flow tills in ice-marginal environments; Geological Society of America North-Central Meeting, Abst. with Prog. Vol. 13 (6), p. 317.

Broster, B.E., Dreimanis, A., and Hicock, S.R. 1980. Inverse grading and textural variation in subaquatic glacial debris flows; Geological Society of America North-Central Meeting, Abst. with Prog., p. 221.

Broster, B.E. 1980. Compositional layering and variability in Pt. Huron lobe till(s); GSA North-Central Meeting, Abst. with Prog., p. 221-222.

Broster, B.E., Dreimanis, A., and Hicock, S.R. 1980. Multiple flow and support mechanisms in subaquatic glacial debris flows; Geological Society of America Annual Meet., Abst. with Prog., Vol. 12, No. 7, p. 392-393.

Broster, B.E., Dreimanis, A., and Hicock, S.R. 1980. Inverse grading and textural variation in subaquatic glacial debris flows. Geological Society of America North-Central Meeting, Abst. with Prog., p. 221.

Broster, B.E., Dreimanis, A., and Hicock, S.R. 1979. Some sedimentological aspects of subaquatic flow till deposition in a glaciomarine environment; EOS p. 50, American Geophysical Union, Midwest Sect. Meet. Abst. p. 12.

Broster, B.E., Dreimanis, A., and White, J.C. 1979. : A sequence of glacial deformation, erosion and deposition at the ice-rock interface during the last glaciation; Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada; Journal of Glaciology, Vol. 23, No. 89, p. 283-295.

Sharpe, D.R., and Broster, B.E. 1978. Sand and gravel resources of the Durham area, Grey County, Southern Ontario; Ontario Geological Survey Prelim. Map P. 1835 and marginal notes.

Broster, B.E., Dreimanis, A., and White, J.C. 1978. : A sequence of glacial deformation, erosion and deposition at the ice-rock interface during the last glaciation; Cranbrook, British Columbia; Royal Society of Canada Symposium, Glacier Beds: The Ice-Rock Interface, Ottawa, Vol. of Abs. p. 24-25.

Broster, B.E. 1977. Magnetic, physical and lithologic properties and age of till exposed along the east coast of Lake Huron, Ontario: Discussion; Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 14, No. 9, p. 2169-2171.

Sharpe, D.R. and Broster, B.E. 1977. Quaternary geology of the Durham area Southern Ontario; Ontario Geological Survey Prelim. Map P. 1556, and marginal notes.