Abstract

Profiles of anomalies in the vertical component of the Earth's magnetic field over central and eastern Canada, observed at an average altitude of 4 km above sea level, show broad regions with distinctive anomaly character. These subdivisions indicate major differences in the evolutions of regions within individual structural provinces. Particularly notable is a region of intense anomalies in the northern part of the Superior Province in Quebec, contrasting with much weaker anomaly relief to the south and east.

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