Formac Pocketguide to Fossils: Fossils, Rocks and Minerals in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island
Written and Illustrated by Jeffery C. Domm.
Published by Formac Publishing Company Ltd., 2006.
|Joggins, Nova Scotia, is home to the worlds oldest
fossilized reptile (Hylonomous lyelli). Many other areas in the Maritimes are
rich in fossilized plants, insects and animals. Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and
Prince Edward Island have a complicated geological history, which means lots of
interesting rocks and minerals are to be found. This fully illustrated guide
shows what is available in the region and how to identify individual specimens.
It explains what you can and cannot do when you find a fossil or artifact. The
guide points to areas where important discoveries have been found, and explains
why these special places are protected.
Small enough to carry with you, this guide covers fossils, rocks and minerals found in Canadas Maritimes provinces.
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This page last modified: August 1, 2006
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