The geology underlying the quest for minerals on Canada’s East Coast

VANCOUVER — The geology of eastern Canada largely owes itself to a series of events that began 480 million years ago, when the Iapetus Ocean (analogous to today’s Atlantic Ocean) closed and ancestral North America collided with the North African craton...

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