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Geological Survey of Canada

In 1842, the Canadian government established the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC). The mission of the GSC was to map Canada’s geology, with the goal of producing its mineral resources. The information collected by geologists and engineers over the past 1

Print Indexes for GSC Publications and Maps

The first publication is not just a list, but a highly detailed guide and finding aid to the oldest GSC publications. All publication types, volumes, languages are included, as well as the interior headings, illustrations, diagrams and accompanying maps or atlases.  A scanned version is available from Natural Resources Canada via the GEOSCAN database (be patient, it is slow to load).


The following print indexes list the various GSC publications (including maps) by series title, publication title and NTS number. 

Other print indexes available: