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« Reply #15 on: March 18, 2007, 09:33:17 pm »

Jul 26, 2004


  Shield memorizing impact craters: Labrador Peninsula, Canada



Fig. 1 Northeast Canada
(*Click boxed areas A-C to see a larger picture.)

Figure 1 depicts Labrador Peninsula in Northeast Canada in early spring of last year. The nothern area of around 50 degrees north was still covered with snow and ice . This image covers Hudson Bay in the upper left, a part of the Great Lakes in the lower left, the Gulf of Saint Laurence, Nova Scotia Peninsula and Prince Edward Island (made famous in the novel and the movie "Anne of Green Gables") in the lower right, and Newfoundland Island and the Atlantic Ocean on the right.
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