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Geology of Hopedale Block, Southern Nain Province, and the adjacent Proterozoic Terranes, Labrador, Newfoundland, Ermanovics, Ingo
1 Ermanovics, Ingo Geology of Hopedale Block, Southern Nain Province, and the adjacent Proterozoic Terranes, Labrador, Newfoundland
Ottawa Energy, Mines and Resources Canada 1993 066014977X / 9780660149776 Softcover Very Good Illustrated by Maps 
Book shows light wear, previous owner`s name on card cover and front fly. Accordion card envelope is chipped, with tears and wear. ; Additional maps and chart are as new with everything enclosed in open ended accordion envelope ; Geological Survey of Canada Memoir #431; B&W Illustrations; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 161 pages; Included in card envelope are the book, Map 1667A Northern Hopedale Block; Map 1668A Central Hopedale Block; Map 1669 A Southern Hopedale Block; (Map) Figure 4 GSC Memoir 431 Geology of the Hunt River Group, Labrador, Newfoundland; (map) Figure 11 GSC Memoir 431 Geology of the Adlatok Bay - Florence Lake Group, Labrador , Newfoundland; (Map) Figure 26 GSC Memoir 431 Geology of the Ingrid Group, Labrador, Newfoundland and a fold out chart of the soil types found in Nain Province, Makkovik Province, Nain-Churchill Provinces and Grenville Province 
Price: 250.00 CDN
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The Story in Rocks ; The Geology of Rossland, British Columbia, McDonald, J.D.
2 McDonald, J.D. The Story in Rocks ; The Geology of Rossland, British Columbia
Rossland BC Rossland Historical Museum Association 1995 0968024106 / 9780968024102 Paperback Very Good+ 
Small crease bottom back corner, some edge wear along the spine of the stapled wraps binding. ; A bright, solid book. Laid in are related brochures and leaflets from the museum ; Trade PB; B&W Photographs, Maps; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; 30 pages; "Ever since the discovery of the gold mines of Rossland in 1890, the complex physical geology of the Rossland Mining map Area has been a conundrum that continues to challenge modern geologists... There has never been any doubt that Rossland lies in an extinct volcanic area but in recent years there has been a change in perception. The first Canada Geological Survey on Rossland in 1915 postulated that, about 200 million yerars ago, a continental volcano existed where Red Mountain is today. Recent studies have shown that the Rossland Volcano was one of several island volcanoes that formed a Volcanic Island Arc situated in the sea above the continenal shelf on the western edge of Ancestral North America in the same context that the islands of Japan have with the Asian coast." (forward) 
Price: 25.00 CDN
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No Stone Unturned The First 150 Years of the Geological Survey of Canada, Vodden, Christy
3 Vodden, Christy No Stone Unturned The First 150 Years of the Geological Survey of Canada
Ottawa Minister of Suppy and Service 1992 0662192966 / 9780662192961 Softcover Near Fine 
Only slight wear to card covers ; A bright, solid book ; B&W Illustrations; 8.74 X 6.77 X 0.39 inches; 52 pages 
Price: 10.00 CDN
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