The Geology of Nova Scotian Gypsum
NORDAU R. GOODMAN
THE HISTORY of Nova Scotia's gypsum industry goes back about two hundred years. The extensive deposits found in the Windsor formation, which is Lower Carboniferous, were the first discovered in North America and were known to the earliest settlers.
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