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About the Series
Meet the Scientists
Geologic Journey II
debuts October 21 at 8 pm on CBC-TV
The Great Lakes
Discover the roots of a long vanished mountain range, explore the remains of an inland tropical sea and trace the story of a dramatic flood
An ever-changing landmass, geologists are learning how the Rockies were formed and discovering what they will become.
The Canadian Shield
The largest - and one of the oldest - expanses of ancient rock on the planet has riches of gold and diamonds under it's crust.
These fabled mountains contain a geologic puzzle, a rich legacy, and the scarcely known threat of earthquakes.
The Atlantic Coast
The dramatic story of volcanic outpourings, massive rifting of continents and the bursting forth of a new ocean - the Atlantic.
A five-part series that chronicles the incredible—and surprising—history of Canada's landscape in HD.
Read an excerpt from
, a new book by the scientific advisor to
, Nick Eyles.
Watch video interviews with some of the scientists featured in
(produced in conjunction with National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada).
Order the Geologic Journey DVD for classroom use and download Teacher Resource Materials.