Nova Scotian Areas Needing Geological Study

CIM Bulletin1937
WITHIN the past nine months, the mining industry of the world has been revivified by a spectacular price advance for the metals. In fact, practically all geological raw materials have been marked up during this period. Reviving industry started the price rise, but the armamenrs race among the nations has intensified it. These factors, coupled with our decided building shortage, which must be made up, will probably maintain metal prices at decidedly favourable levels over the next two or three years, or longer.
Keywords: Coal, copper, Copper Lake, Federal Geological Survey ., iron carbonate, Nova Scotia, Precambrian, Deposits, Gold, metals, Nova Scotia, Reports
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