On the cover: Call it magnificent. Call it inspiring. But mainly, call it geology – and after you realize the connection, the world is never quite the same. That’s something that these explorers probably discovered while visiting the famous Burgess Shale, on the flanks of Mount Stephen above Field, British Columbia. That’s also the mindset behind a new book that encourages the public to notice, embrace and celebrate the geology and rocks of Canada.
Photo courtesy of Andrew Miall.
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