Atlantic Geology

Volume 42, numéro 1, january 2006

Sommaire (6 articles)

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  1. The origin of mafic-ultramafic bodies within the northern Dashwoods Subzone, Newfoundland Appalachians
  2. Petrology, geochemistry, and U-Pb (zircon) age of the quartz-feldspar porphyry dyke at the Lake George antimony mine, New Brunswick: implications for origin, emplacement process, and mineralization
  3. Discovery and paleoenvironmental implications of a Zoophycos-group trace fossil (?Echinospira) from the Middle Pennsylvanian Sydney Mines Formation of Nova Scotia
  4. “Coal Age Galapagos”: Joggins and the Lions of Nineteenth Century Geology
  5. A Lower Carboniferous two-stage extensional basin along the Avalon–Meguma terrane boundary: evidence from southeastern Isle Madame, Nova Scotia


  1. 2006 Colloquium & Annual General Meeting : Abstracts: Greenwich, Nova Scotia: Atlantic Geoscience Society