1 edition of Till geochemistry of the Quatsino map area (92L/12). by D.E. Kerr [and others] found in the catalog.
Till geochemistry of the Quatsino map area (92L/12). by D.E. Kerr [and others]
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Quatsino map area, reflecting a single glacial advance and retreat, makes this an ideal location for the application of drift prospecting, with only a single till sheet underlain by bedrock and locally overlain by glaciofluvial and glaciolacustrine sediments.
Till sediment. W12 (Quatsino). Within this larger area, till geochemistry sampling was restricted to all of map sheets 92Ll5 and 12 and the west half of maps 92W6 and W11 or square kilometres. Subtraction of water covered areas results in a land surface area potentially available for sampling of ap- proximately square kilometres.
preliminary geology of the quatsino - port mcneill map areas, northern vancouver island (92u12,ll) Article (PDF Available) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Previous work. in the map area includes studies of the surficial geology and till geochemistry (Kerr, ; Kerr and Sibbick, Kerr et al., ), and regional.
Kerr, D.E., Sibbick, S.J. and Jackaman, W. Till geochemistry of the Quatsino map area (92L/12). British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, British Columbia Geological Survey Open File14 pages. Quaternary Geology and Till Geochemistry of the Redstone and Loomis Lake Map Areas, Central British Columbia (NTS B/04, 05) D.J.
(): Till geo chem istry of the Nechako River map area. the Quatsino map area (92L/12); BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Open File14 pages. Plouffe, A. and Ballantyne, S.B. (): Regional till geochemistry, Plouffe, A. (): Quaternary geology of the Fort Fraser and Manson.
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This map is an ancillary product of a study devoted to till geochemistry (Ferbey, a, b), and is based on air photo interpretation and widely spaced ground observations. References. Ferbey, T., a. Quaternary geology and till Geochemistry of the Nadina River map area (NTS E/15), west-central British Columbia.
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Till geochemistry of the Chu Chua - Clearwater area, B.C. (Parts of NTS 92P/8 and 92P/9) Technical Report (PDF Available) January with 41 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Mo, Mn, Fe, W and Sn values in till of the California Lake (NTS 21 O/8) map area, New Brunswick.
New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Minerals and Energy Division, Plate D. 3) PRONK, A.G. Till geochemistry of Tetagouche Lakes map area (21 O/9), New Brunswick.
NewFile Size: KB. Till geochemistry of the Quatsino map area (92L/12). British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, British Columbia Geological Survey Open File14 p. NTS map area 92O Plouffe, A.
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This area was delineated in the analysis of geochemical maps based on till and organic stream sediments (Fig. 2, Tarvainen, ). According to the statistical testing, the till geochemical data reliably outline areas at risk for As by: 5.Quaternary geology and till geochemistry of the western part of Cumberland County, Nova Scotia (sheet 9) / R.R.
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