Atlantic Geology

Volume 35, numéro 3, 1999

Sommaire (6 articles) 


    A predatory Rusophycus burrow from the Cambrian of southern New Brunswick, eastern Canada
    Vertebrate trackways in the Parrsboro Formation (upper Carboniferous) at Rams Head, Cumberland County, Nova Scotia
    A Late Neoproterozoic age for a tonalite dyke in the Boisdale Hills, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
    NW-oriented features on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean: evidence for a Paleozoic collision that formed the Labrador-Biscay wrench fault zone?
    The stratigraphic significance of trace fossils from the Lower Paleozoic Baskahegan Lake Formation near Woodstock, west-central New Brunswick


    Atlantic Universities Geological Conference 1999