Hu Gabrielse

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Hubert “Hu” Gabrielse (born 1926) is a retired Canadian geologist who formerly worked for the Geological Survey of Canada. He devoted much of his more than 50 years in geosciences to regional geological mapping in the northern Cordillera of British Columbia, southeast Yukon and southwest District of Mackenzie. His work has led to syntheses of the geological evolution of the northern Cordillera range.

Gabrielse published several papers with Stewart Blusson in the late 1960s.

He was a contributor to Lithoprobe.

One of the volcanoes found in the Tuya Volcanic Field is named after him, Gabrielse Cone.


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