Atlantic Provinces, term used since 1949 to designate the Canadian provinces of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island.
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The North Atlantic Igneous Province: Stratigraphy, Tectonic, Volcanic and Magmatic Processes.(Book Review) (Geoscience Canada)
Canada--the Atlantic province of Nova Scotia believes it would be the ideal location for a new refining complex and wants to work with sponsors to arrange a regulatory scheme that is acceptable to all parties.(COUNTRIES)(Brief Article) (Petroleum Intelligence Weekly)
Canada - Atlantic rescues.(Prime Minister Jean Chretien's economic assistance plan for Nova Scotia and the Atlantic provinces)(Brief Article) (The Economist (US))
Additions to the lists of dragonflies (Odonata: Anisopera) of the Atlantic Provinces, Canada (Northeastern Naturalist)
Alcohol and Other Drug Use among Adolescent Students in the Atlantic Provinces (Canadian Journal of Public Health)
The building of a regional chemistry examination. (Atlantic Provinces Education Foundation) (Canadian Chemical News)
Labour Instability in the Atlantic Provinces (Canadian Dimension)
It started with a dream: learning about mission in the Maritimes.(Mission)(Atlantic Provinces, Canada) (Presbyterian Record)
Atlantic Provinces' Teachers Concerned about Nova Scotia's Cuts to Public Education (Education Letter)
Water chemistry and dissolved organic carbon trends in lakes from Canada's Atlantic Provinces: no recovery from acidification measured after 25 years of lake monitoring.(Report) (Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences)
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