The range is divided into two parts. The eastern part is wider and covers alot of the northern great lakes area, northern new england, and stretches to the lower of the two twin rivers that drain into lake winnepeg.
The westen part is stranger. A narrow strip that goes from the arctic ocean, follows the mackenzie river downwards. But instead of taking the turn in the river towards great slave lake it continues in a strait line away from the river joining at the upper of the twin rivers that drain into lake winnepeg.
I find the gap on a drainage, and straitline following a rivers course away from a river suspicious looking. Does this map reflect a paleodrainage? Perhaps an ancient river system connected the arctic west to the east.reflected by the narrow stretches of the range map (even some of the thick parts are narrow) and the suspicious (all in one drainage system) gap.
Edited by FirstChAoS, 06 March 2012 - 03:01 AM.