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Categories: Physiographic regions of the United States, Geology of North America, Geology of Minnesota, Geology of New York, Physiographic sections
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Canadian Shield  Laurentian Highlands  Laurentian Plateau  Laurentian Upland
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A large plateau that occupies more than 40% of the land area of Canada; it extends from the Great Lakes northward to the Arctic Ocean WordNet 3.0
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A large plateau that occupies more than 40% of the land area of Canada; it extends from the Great Lakes northward to the Arctic Ocean WordNet 3.0 & WordNet 2020
The Laurentian Upland is a physiographic region which, when referred to as the "Laurentian Region" or the Grenville geological province, is recognized by Natural Resources Canada as one of five provinces of the larger Canadian Shield physiographic division. Wikipedia
The Canadian Shield, also called the Laurentian Plateau, is a large area of exposed Precambrian igneous and high-grade metamorphic rocks that forms the ancient geologic core of the North American continent. Wikipedia
A large craton in eastern and central Canada and adjacent portions of the United States Wikipedia Disambiguation
Geographic and geologic area of Canada Wikidata
An area of very old bedrock surrounding Hudson Bay, and covering about half the land area of Canada. Wiktionary
Area of very old bedrock. Wiktionary (translation)