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Author: P. R Band
ISBN: 0662280873
Pages 60 pages
Publisher Environmental Health Directorate (1999)
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eBook Analysis of mortality ratios in Cape Breton County and Sydney, Nova Scotia, 1951-1994 download

by P. R Band


Author of Analyse des ratios de mortalité dans le comté du Cap-Breton et à Sydney, en Nouvelle-Écosse, 1951-1994, Analysis of mortality ratios in Cape Breton County and Sydney, Nova Scotia, 1951-1994, Occupational cancer epidemiology, The Making of the Canadian Cancer Registry : cancer incidence in Canada and its regions, 1969 to 1988 , Preoperative (neoadjuvant) chemotherapy.

CBNS operates (245 miles or 394 kilometres) of main line and associated spurs between Truro in the central part of the province to Point Tupper on Cape Breton Island. The rail lines operated by CBNS were previously owned by the Canadian National Railway.

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Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. We present the first description of organic-walled microfossils from Cambrian strata of the Bourinot belt, central Cape Breton Island. Age-diagnostic acritarchs have been recovered from the Dugald and MacMullin formations and from probable levels within the upper part of the Eskasoni Formation, which permit detailed correlations with acritarch-based zones in Newfoundland and Spain.

Cape Breton Island is part of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. The most popular species of whale found in Cape Breton's waters is the Pilot whale

Cape Breton Island is part of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. Although physically separated from the Nova Scotia peninsula by the Strait of Canso, it is artificially connected to mainland Nova Scotia by the 1,385 m (4,544 ft) long rock-fill Canso Causeway. Cape Breton Island is divided into four counties: Cape Breton, Inverness, Richmond, and Victoria. The most popular species of whale found in Cape Breton's waters is the Pilot whale. The primary east-west road on the island is Highway 105, the Trans-Canada Highway, although Trunk 4 is also heavily used.

The Backpit seam, Sydney Mines Formation, Nova Scotia: A. .Extensive Westphalian D to Stephanian coal seams divide the Sydney Mines Formation of Cape Breton Island into large-scale repetitive sedimentary packages.

The Backpit seam, Sydney Mines Formation, Nova Scotia: A record of peat accumulation and drowning in a Westphalian coastal mire. The Backpit seam, one of the most continuous seams within this formation, was studied in detail to establish compositional trends and relate these to paleomire development within an overall transgressive setting.

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University College of Cape Breton, Department of Geology, Sydney, Nova Scotia B1P 6L2, Canada. The floras and the faunas encountered in the Mabou Mines Section of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, are not greatly diversified

University College of Cape Breton, Department of Geology, Sydney, Nova Scotia B1P 6L2, Canada. The University of Strathclyde, Department of Applied Geology, Glasgow G1 1XJ, Scotland. The floras and the faunas encountered in the Mabou Mines Section of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, are not greatly diversified. The floras are composed mainly of medullosean (seed) ferns referable to neuropterids and reticulopterids. Infrequently encountered are lycopod, pecopterid, mariopterid, alethopterid, fortopterid, sphenopterid, sphenophylls and cordaitean fossils.

Cape Breton County is one of eighteen counties in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It is located on Cape Breton Island

Cape Breton County is one of eighteen counties in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It is located on Cape Breton Island. From 1879 to 1995, the area of the county excluded from towns and cities was incorporated as the Municipality of the County of Cape Breton to provide local government services. Since 1995 the only municipality in the county has been a single-tier municipality called Cape Breton Regional Municipality