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This rock is a chip from the oldest rock in the world, a crustal outcrop at Acasta River, Northwest Territories. It is 3.962 billion years old and is comprised of zircons, quartz, plagioclass fedlspars, biotite, hornblende, allanite, sphene, garnet, magnetite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite...
White birch is common across Northern Canada.
In August, 2004 librarians Sandy Campbell, Arlene Kissau and Maryon McClary attended the 70th IFLA General Conference and Council and the World Library and Information Congress in Argentina. This article describes the highlights of the conference.
In hard rock environments, power poles can be erected in two ways: drilling or augering a large enough hole in the rock that the pole can be placed into it or placing the pole on top of the rock and anchoring it. In this case, rods have been drilled into the rock and the power pole has been...
Spring break-up on the river creates ice dams and leave chunks of ice marooned on the river banks.