The Labrador Trough is a 1,600 km long and 160 km wide geologic belt in Canada, extending south-southeast from Ungava Bay through Quebec and Labrador. It is a large iron ore belt developed on banded iron formations and has had mining operations since 1954.
Geological keywords with a geographic context (e.g. Cape Smith Fold Belt, Selwyn Basin, Grenville Province).
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