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Understanding Carving Stone and Mineral Potential on Southern Baffin Island Through Geoscience Mapping

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 Join us in a public presentation by Holly Steenkamp at Nunavut Research Institute on Understanding Carving Stone and Mineral Potential on Southern Baffin Island Through Geoscience Mapping:

When: Wednesday, April 9 at 7:00 p.m.

Where: Building 959-A in Iqaluit

Learn about rocks and minerals in Iqaluit’s back-yard.

Learn about the new soapstone deposits discovered on the Hall Peninsula and see carved samples of the soapstone and other view other mineral samples from the area.

 

 

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