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When the [[Greenland]] section is included, the Shield is approximately circular bounded on the northeast by the northeast edge of Greenland, with [[Hudson Bay]] in the middle. It covers much of Greenland, [[Labrador]], most of [[Quebec]] north of the [[Saint Lawrence River|St. Lawrence River]], much of [[Ontario]] including northern sections of the southern peninsula between the [[Great Lakes]], the [[Adirondack Mountains]]<ref>Peterson Field Guide to Geology of Eastern North America by Roberts, David & Roger Tory Peterson.</ref> of northern [[New York]], the northernmost part of Lower [[Michigan]] and all of [[Upper Michigan]], northern [[Wisconsin]], northeastern [[Minnesota]], the central/northern portions of [[Manitoba]] away from Hudson Bay, northern [[Saskatchewan]], a small portion of northeastern [[Alberta]],<ref>[http://www.abheritage.ca/abnature/shield/shield.htm Alberta Heritage - Alberta Online Encyclopedia] - The Canadian Shield Region of Alberta</ref> and the mainland northern Canadian territories to the east of a line extended north from the Saskatchewan/Alberta border ([[Northwest Territories]] and [[Nunavut]]).<ref name=britannica>{{Cite web|url=http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9019922|author=Encyclopædia Britannica|authorlink=Encyclopædia Britannica|title=Canadian Shield|accessdate=2009-02-10}}</ref> In total, it covers approximately {{convert|8000000|km2|mi2|0|abbr=on}}. It covers even more area and stretches to the Western Cordillera in the west and [[Appalachian Mountains|Appalachians]] in the east, but the formations are still underground. The underlying rock structure does include Hudson Bay and the submerged area between North America and Greenland<!---, but by some definitions these submerged regions may not ''technically'' be part of the Shield since they are not on the surfaces --->.
 
When the [[Greenland]] section is included, the Shield is approximately circular bounded on the northeast by the northeast edge of Greenland, with [[Hudson Bay]] in the middle. It covers much of Greenland, [[Labrador]], most of [[Quebec]] north of the [[Saint Lawrence River|St. Lawrence River]], much of [[Ontario]] including northern sections of the southern peninsula between the [[Great Lakes]], the [[Adirondack Mountains]]<ref>Peterson Field Guide to Geology of Eastern North America by Roberts, David & Roger Tory Peterson.</ref> of northern [[New York]], the northernmost part of Lower [[Michigan]] and all of [[Upper Michigan]], northern [[Wisconsin]], northeastern [[Minnesota]], the central/northern portions of [[Manitoba]] away from Hudson Bay, northern [[Saskatchewan]], a small portion of northeastern [[Alberta]],<ref>[http://www.abheritage.ca/abnature/shield/shield.htm Alberta Heritage - Alberta Online Encyclopedia] - The Canadian Shield Region of Alberta</ref> and the mainland northern Canadian territories to the east of a line extended north from the Saskatchewan/Alberta border ([[Northwest Territories]] and [[Nunavut]]).<ref name=britannica>{{Cite web|url=http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9019922|author=Encyclopædia Britannica|authorlink=Encyclopædia Britannica|title=Canadian Shield|accessdate=2009-02-10}}</ref> In total, it covers approximately {{convert|8000000|km2|mi2|0|abbr=on}}. It covers even more area and stretches to the Western Cordillera in the west and [[Appalachian Mountains|Appalachians]] in the east, but the formations are still underground. The underlying rock structure does include Hudson Bay and the submerged area between North America and Greenland<!---, but by some definitions these submerged regions may not ''technically'' be part of the Shield since they are not on the surfaces --->.
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