Remarks on the mineralogy and geology of the peninsula of Nova Scotia

by C. T. Jackson

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Statementby C.T. Jackson and F. Alger.
SeriesLandmarks of science
ContributionsAlger, F.
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[Charles T Jackson; Francis Alger]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gesner, Abraham, Remarks on the geology and mineralogy of Nova Scotia. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Printed by Gossip and Coade, Remarks on the mineralogy and geology of the peninsula of Nova Scotia [electronic resource]: accompanied by a colored map, illustrative of the structure of the country, and by several views of its scenery / - CORE Skip to main content.

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Remarks on the geology and mineralogy of Nova Scotia. Halifax, N.S.: Printed by Gossi and Coade, (DLC)gs Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Abraham Gesner. Map ME Geological Map of the Province of Nova Scotia [ ] Download PDF of Map ME [geology map] ( MB) Download PDF of Map ME [legend] ( MB).

WELCOME TO THE MINERALOGY OF NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA, a page devoted to all of those who love minerals and mineral collecting. For those from afar, Nova Scotia is situated in northeastern North America nearly surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean.

Nova Scotia is a dream for mineral collectors. A wide range of top quality minerals can be found at many. Surficial Geology of Nova Scotia Map ME Surficial Geology of the Province of Nova Scotia [ ] Download PDF of MAP ME [front] ( MB). Reference: Jackson, C.T., Alger, F. () Remarks on the mineralogy and geology of the peninsula of Nova Scotia.

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Abstract. This digital product (Version 1 released as DP ME ) is a digital version of Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources (NSDNR) Published Map MESurficial Geology Map of the Province of Nova Scotia, compiled by R.

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Abraham Pineo Gesner (/ˈɡɛsnər/; May 2, – Ap ) was a Canadian physician and geologist who invented kerosene. Although Ignacy Łukasiewicz developed the modern kerosene lamp, starting the world's oil industry, Gesner is considered a primary founder. Gesner was born in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia.

He died in Halifax, Nova : Reference: Jackson, C.T., and Alger, F. () "Remarks on the Mineralogy and Geology of the Peninsula of Nova Scotia", Cambridge.

ⓘ Mesolite Formula: Na 2 Ca 2 Si 9 Al 6 O 30 8H 2 O. The Nova Scotia peninsula is part of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada and is connected to the neighbouring province of New Brunswick through the Isthmus of Chignecto. It fronts the open Atlantic Ocean on the south and southeast, the Gulf of Maine to the west, the Bay of Fundy and its sub-basins to the northwest, the Northumberland Strait to the north, and the Strait of Canso to the east.

There is a wealth of information on the geology of Nova Scotia that can be accessed through the DNR library, the core library or online where you can search a number of our databases and download publications, maps and GIS data. Reference: Jackson, C.T. and Alger, F. () Remarks on the Mineralogy and Geology of the Peninsula of Nova Scotia.

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() A Text-book of Mineralogy: with an extended treatise on crystallography and physical mineralogy. John Wiley & Sons, New York, Third Edition. Jackson, Charles T. (Charles Thomas), Remarks on the mineralogy and geology of the peninsula of Nova Scotia, accompanied by a colored map, illustrative of the structure of the country, and by several views of its scenery.

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifactAuthor: Henry D How. Remarks on the mineralogy and geology of the peninsula of Nova Scotia, accompanied by a colored map, illustrative of the structure of the country, and by several views of its scenery.

By Charles T. (Charles Thomas) Jackson and joint author. Rock and Mineral identification books. Hi Guys and Girls. With everyone asking what is this rock or my mineral on r/geology & r/minerals. Can anyone recommend a good book or guide for rock and mineral identification.

Nova Scotia, Canada. 15 comments. share. save hide report. Posted by. Washabuck Peninsula is an overlooked gem According to the book “Place Names and Places of Nova Scotia," it is an old Mi’kmaq word that means, “an angle of land formed between a river and.

Gesner, A. () "Remarks on the Geology and Mineralogy of Nova Scotia", Gossip and Coade, Times Office, Halifax, Nova Scotia. [ Online ] Jackson, C.T. and Alger, F. () "Remarks on the mineralogy and geology of the peninsula of Nova Scotia".Acadian geology.

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