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In eastern Canada, two periods of magmatism were associated with early Mesozoic continental rifting. Triassic dikes in southwest Nova Scotia and the Northumberland Strait F-25 well geochemically resemble alkaline dikes of the coastal New England (CNE) igneous province. Widespread Hettangian tholeiitic magmatism of the eastern North America (ENA) province is represented in eastern Canada by extensive multiple basalt flows around the Bay of Fundy and on the Scotian Shelf and Grand Banks and by several dikes hundreds of kilometers long.

The total volume of observed Mesozoic magmatic products on the eastern Canadian margin is small. They were probably emplaced over...

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