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A diapiric structure was discovered on the Scotian Shelf at a point 45 km north-northeast of Sable Island, by means of continuous seismic-reflection techniques. The structure is dome-shaped, may contain an evaporitic core, and intrudes rocks considered to be of Cretaceous age. The area of structural disturbance is at least 10 km in diameter.