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TitleRocks and minerals for the collector: Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia; South Shore, Nova Scotia
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AuthorSabina, A P
SourceGeological Survey of Canada, Popular Geoscience 97, 2015, 456 pages, https://doi.org/10.4095/293933 (Open Access)
Year2015
PublisherNatural Resources Canada
Documentserial
Lang.English
Mediaon-line; digital
RelatedThis publication is a translation of Sabina, A P; (2015). Roches et minéraux du collectionneur : baie de Fundy (Nouveau-Brunswick et Nouvelle-Écosse) et côte sud de la Nouvelle-Écosse, Geological Survey of Canada, Popular Geoscience no. 97
RelatedThis publication supercedes Sabina, A P; (1964). Rocks and minerals for the collector, Bay of Fundy area, Geological Survey of Canada, Paper no. 64-10
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ProvinceNova Scotia; New Brunswick
NTS21A; 21B; 21G; 21H
AreaBay of Fundy; South Shore
Lat/Long WENS-68.0000 -63.5000 46.0000 43.5000
Subjectspaleontology; metallic minerals; economic geology; fossil distribution; mineral occurrences; mines; fossils; quartz; zeolites; gypsum; barite; potash; halite; copper; antimony; tin; beryllium; manganese; iron; nickel; lead; gold; molybdenite; tungsten
Illustrationslocation maps; plates
Released2016 01 26
AbstractOccurrences of minerals, rocks, and fossils are described for localities along Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, and along South Shore, Nova Scotia. The collecting area features world-famous occurrences of the quartz-family minerals and zeolites along the Bay of Fundy shore. It also includes mines and occurrences of gypsum, barite, potash, halite, copper, antimony, tin, beryllium, manganese, iron, nickel, lead, gold, molybdenite, tungsten, and building stone.
Shoreline occurrences, inactive mines and quarries, and roadcuts provide most of the collecting localities. In general, operating mines are not open to collectors. Some old mines, no longer accessible, are included for historical interest.
GEOSCAN ID293933