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UCHUPI, E. 1966. Structural framework of the Gulf of Maine. Journal of Geophysical Research, 71, p. 3013–3028.  
UGALDE, H. and MORRIS W.A. 2010. Deriving geological contact geometry from potential field data. Exploration Geophysics, 41; p. 40–50.  * 
UGALDE, H. and MORRIS W.A. 2010. Cluster analysis of Euler deconvolution solutions: New filtering techniques and geologic strike determination. Geophysics; 75; no. 3; p. L61–L70.  
UGALDE, H., MORRIS, W.A., and van STAAL, C. 2019. The Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick: data integration, geophysical modelling, and implications for exploration. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 56 p. 433–451.  * 
UGLOW, W.L. 1920. Bog manganese deposits, Dawson Settlement, Albert County, New Brunswick. Munition Research Commission, Canada, Final Report.  
UGLOW, W.L. 1920. Bog manganese deposits, Upper North Branch Canaan River, Westmorland County, New Brunswick. Munition Research Commission, Canada, Final Report.  
UGLOW, W.L. 1927. L'Etanglimestone deposit, Charlotte County, N.B. Geological Survey, Summary Report for 1925, Part C, p. 132–135.  
ULRICH, E.O. and BASSLER, R.S. 1931. Cambrian bivalved Crustacea of the order Conchostraca. United States Natural Museum, Proceedings, 78, Article 4.  
UPHAM, M.A. 1980. The economics and marketing of Canadian potash. Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Bulletin, March 1980, p. 160–165.  * 
USSLER, W. III, PAULL, C.K., BOUCHER, J., FRIEDERICH, G.E., and THOMAS, D.J. 2003. Submarine pockmarks: a case study from Belfast Bay, Maine. Marine Geology, 202, p. 175–192.  * 
UTHE, R.E. 1978. Assessment of soil conductance and pH in exploration geochemistry for selected mining areas of New Brunswick, Canada. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, 365 p.  
UTTING, J. 1987. Palynology of the lower Carboniferous Windsor Group and Windsor-Canso boundary beds of Nova Scotia and their equivalents in Québec, New Brunswick and Newfoundland. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 374, 93 p.  * 
UTTING, J. 1987. Palynostratigraphic investigation of the Albert Formation (Lower Carboniferous) of New Brunswick, Canada. Palynology, 11, p. 73–96.  *