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Lowland Regions of Canada
How was the bedrock of the lowlands formed?

How thick is the bedrock in the interior plains and why is it so thick?

Why are the ancient coral reefs of the interior plains important today?

Describe the topography of the interior plains as you would see it if you were driving across the region from west to east to the Trans-Canada highway.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Canada

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    Describe the topography of the interior plains as you would see it if you were driving across the region from west to east to the Trans-Canada highway.

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    punty

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    cheater

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    yumy sediment

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    2.a) several thousands of metres thick, and took millions of years to form. sedimentary rocks were compressed to form?? idk
    b) because they show that there was an ocean over the plain long ago, and fossils are always used to elaborate on the history of life/how it developed

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