Keywords

Uranium



Keyword Definition

Uranium


Category: Analysed quantities

Subcategory: Element

Keywords corresponding to analysed quantities.  The types of analysed quantities have been grouped into eleven different subcategories. Examples: “Au”, “pH”. Taken from the “Analytical_Quantities_SHARED” database table. The subcategories are taken from the “Analytical_Quantity_Types_SHARED” database table.


Associated Analytical Suites:

IndexSuite IDSuite Name
1  6     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 2 micron FLUOR
2  8     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 63 micron 11 element INAA
3  13     Chemex/TSD 2 micron FLUOR
4  19     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) Lithogeochemical Database: miscellaneous analytical methods
5  20     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) Lithogeochemical Database: ICP-MS, ICP-AES methods
6  24     INRS/McMaster INAA (low DL)
7  25     INRS/McMaster INAA (high DL)
8  26     XRAL INAA
9  40     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:15; Cr:5; Se:3)
10  43     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 63 micron 14 element INAA
11  45     Chemex/TSD 2 micron 4 elements unknown methods
12  52     ActLabs INAA (33 elements, inc Hg, no Ag, no Sr, Rb:15)
13  59     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:30)
14  60     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:15; Cr:2)
15  67     Bondar-Clegg INAA
16  75     Bondar-Clegg U NADNC
17  77     ActLabs INAA (Sr, no Ag, no Hg)
18  85     Bondar-Clegg U fluorometry
19  88     Chemex U NADNC
20  90     Bondar-Clegg INAA (Au+33; Au:2 Ir:50 Ni:20 Rb:5)
21  94     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (32 elements)
22  95     Chemex/TSD ICP-AES/MS ? (38 elements)
23  97     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:5; Cr:5; Co:5)
24  98     Bondar-Clegg INAA (Au+33; Au:1 Ir:50 Ni:10 Rb:15)
25  99     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb, Cd:0.05, La:0.5) (32 elements)
26  100     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:5; Cr:1; Co:1)
27  102     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD143 Lithogeochemical Database: miscellaneous analytical methods
28  103     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Teck-Gauthier A1-A2, miscellaneous analytical methods
29  104     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Teck-Gauthier A3, miscellaneous analytical methods
30  107     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155,  Carscallen-Thornburn, miscellaneous analytical methods
31  108     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Munroe-Currie, miscellaneous analytical methods
32  109     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Timmins-intrusions, miscellaneous analytical methods
33  110     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Clifford-intrusions, miscellaneous analytical methods
34  111     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Ben Nevis-Katrine, miscellaneous analytical methods
35  112     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Ben Nevis-Clifford, miscellaneous analytical methods
36  113     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD 155, Tisdale, miscellaneous analytical methods
37  116     AECL U NADNC
38  127     McMaster University: Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA), low detection limits
39  133     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, New Brunswick, Prairies)
40  135     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (33 elements)
41  137     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Sr:200)
42  138     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:5; Se:5; Co:1)
43  139     Intertek INAA (34 elements)
44  140     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb, Cd:0.5, La:10) (32 elements)
45  141     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements)
46  143     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, Ag:5, Ce:3, Ir:5)
47  144     Bondar-Clegg U NADNC dl: 0.1ppm
48  145     Becquerel INAA (35 elements, inc Ni, Ti)
49  155     GSC ICP-MS (110 trace elements)
50  156     ACME ICP-MS (Group 1F-MS Basic Suite v1)
51  161     ActLabs INAA (33 elements; no Ca, Sr)
52  165     ActLabs INAA (33 elements, inc Hg, no Ag, no Sr, Rb:5)
53  177     Barringer (lake sediments) FLUOR (U)
54  183     AECL (lake sediments) NADNC (U) (details unknown)
55  184     Bondar Clegg (surface water) FT (U)
56  187     Chemex (surface water) FLUOR(U) (vague)
57  190     Acme Group 1F-MS Basic Suite (37 elements) (v2)
58  192     Acme Group 1T-MS
59  195     Barringer (surface water) FLUOR(U)
60  199     Barringer (surface water) FT (U)
61  204     Bondar Clegg (surface water) FT (U) NWT (vague)
62  215     AECL (lake sediments)  NADNC (U) 60s irradiation,60s count
63  216     Chemex (surface water) FLUOR (U)
64  220     Bondar Clegg (surface water) FLUOR (U) (NGR, YT, 1977)
65  225     Acme 1F-MS (Ga dl = 0.2ppm; S dl=0.01 %, W dl=0.1 ppm)
66  229     Becquerel INAA (35 elements, including Ti)
67  230     GSC/AMD (surface water) ICP-MS (51 elements)
68  232     GSC/ACL ICP-MS
69  318     GSC/ACL ICP-MS (2008) rare earths + Y; suite ICPMS-100
70  323     OGS Geoscience Laboratories, suite IMC-100; ICP-MS, multi-acid closed vessel digestion
71  327     Acme Group 4B: total trace elements by ICP-MS
72  334     ActLabs Au+48 1H ( INAA + ICP-ES)
73  345     AECL (lake sediments) NADNC (U) 20s irradiation, 20s count
74  349     Novatrack Analysts Limited (stream sediments) NADNC (U) 10**11 flux
75  350     Bondar Clegg (surface water) FLUOR (U) (NGR, BC, 1978-1981)
76  353     Minen Laboratories Limited (surface water) FLUOR (U)
77  363     Nova Track Limited (stream sediments) NADNA (U) – in flux density 2x10**11 to 1x10**12 N/cm**2 s
78  372     GSC (surface water) laser fluorometry (U) (NGR, YT, 1981)
79  383     GSC (surface water) laser fluorometry (U) (NGR, ON, 1982)
80  390     Chemex (lake sediment) NADNC (U)-flux 1012, d.l.= 0.05ppm
81  391     Chemex (lake sediment) NADNC(U)-flux 8x1013, d.l.= 0.2ppm
82  392     ACME (surface water) LIF (U)
83  404     Barringer (lake and stream sediment) NADNC (U-flux 8x10**13, d.l.=0.5 ppm)
84  405     Barringer (surface water) LIF(U)
85  419     Barringer (lake and stream  sediment) NADNC(U)
86  427     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) NADNC(U)
87  431     Chemex (surface water) LIF (U)
88  434     Barringer  (stream sediment) NADNC (U – 5x10**11, BF3 detectors, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
89  436     Barringer  (stream sediment) NADNC (U – 5x10**11, BF3 detectors, 60s, d.l.=0.2)
90  437     Uranium (lake and stream sediment) NADNC ( U – 5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
91  450     Chemex (lake and stream sediment) NADNC ( U – 5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
92  451     Barringer (surface water) LIF (U) (NGR, BC, 1986)
93  457     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA (33 elements +Au + Wt)
94  479     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA – flux 1x10**11, counting 6-11 min (33 elements +Au + Wt)
95  487     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA -  flux 5.3x10**11 (33 elements +Au + Wt)
96  489     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA - flux 1x10**11, counting 15 min  (33 elements +Au + Wt)
97  490     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (34 elements + Au + Wt) Rb, d.l.=5ppm
98  493     Bondar Clegg/ unknown subcontractors (NGR lake sediment) INAA (33 elements, Au + Wt) Yb d.l.=1ppm
99  494     Becquerel (lake and stream sediment) INAA-(33 elements, Au + Wt) Yb d.l.=1 ppm
100  503     Cantech (surface water) LIF(U)
101  510     Becquerel (lake and stream sediment) INAA-(33 elements, Au + Wt) Yb d.l.=2ppm
102  511     ACME (stream  sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l. = 0.2ppm)
103  515     GSC (surface water) ICP-MS (U)
104  519     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS (35 elements + Au) – details unknown
105  520     GSC (surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements)
106  523     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (34 elements + Au + Wt) Rb, d.l. = 15ppm
107  525     ACME (stream  sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, (Ga, d.l.=0.1ppm, S, d.l.=0.01%, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm ))
108  528     ACME Analytical Labs (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements+ Au,  Ga, d.l.=0.2ppm, W, d.l.=0.2 ppm)
109  532     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (32 + Au)
110  533     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, (Ga, d.l.=0.2ppm, S, d.l.=0.01%,  W, d.l.=0.1 ppm ))
111  534     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (36 elements, (Ga, d.l.=0.2ppm, S, d.l.=0.01%,  W, d.l.=0.1 ppm ))
112  535     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, NT, 2004)
113  536     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, BC, 2004)
114  537     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (33 + Au)
115  539     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (34 + Au)
116  540     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, (Ga, d.l.=0.1ppm, S, d.l.=0.02%,  W, d.l.=0.1 ppm ))
117  541     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au) (NGR, BC reanalysis, 1990)
118  542     ACME (stream sediment) ICP-MS / ICP-ES (36 elements + Au, Ga, d.l.=0.2ppm, S, d.l.=0.01%; W, d.l.=0.2 ppm)
119  544     Cantech ( surface water) ICP-MS (U)
120  546     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au) (NGR, BC reanalysis, 1993)
121  547     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (24 + Au)
122  549     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au)
123  556     GSC OF 5117 compilation of volcanic rock analyses
124  557     GSC OF 5117 compilation of granitoid rock analyses
125  559     GSC NASGLP modified EPA 3050B digestion / ICP-MS/ES
126  561     GSC NASGLP water leach ICP-MS/ES for 64 elements
127  569     GSC field crew – in-situ ground gamma ray spectrometry analysis
128  570     GSC Ottawa – laboratory gamma ray spectrometry
129  585     Barringer (surface water) fluorometry (uranium, d.l. = 0.1 ppb)
130  586     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, NGR, 1990s)
131  588     ActLabs ICP-MS 59 elements (part of the Ultratrace 2 aqua regia package)
132  590     ACME 1F-MS ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (53 elements, (B dl=20ppm, Ga dl=0.2ppm, S dl=0.01%, W dl=0.1ppm))
133  591     Becquerel INAA 33 elements (missing Ag, Se; Ba dl=40ppm)
134  595     Acme Laboratories ICP-AES, 34 elements, near-total 4-acid digestion
135  596     Acme Laboratories ICP-AES, 29 elements; aqua regia digestion
136  601     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:30, Hf:0.5, Yb:0.2)
137  602     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg: 1ppm, Cd:0.5, La:10) (32 elements)
138  611     Chemex (lake sediment) NADNC(U)-flux 8x1013, d.l.= 0.5ppm
139  619     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: ICPMS; decomposition method unstated
140  631     ActLabs 4Lithores (Zr by ICP-MS) (Cr reported as Cr and Cr2O3)
141  642     ActLabs 4Lithores (Zr by ICP-AES)
142  643     pXRF (Mining Mode), 40 elements reported
143  644     pXRF (Soil Mode), 33 elements reported
144  647     BVM AQ250-EXT ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (53 elements)
145  653     BVM AQ250 ICP-MS, aqua regia digestion (37 elements)
146  654     BVM LF100 ICP-MS + LF300-EXT ICP-ES, lithium borate fusion
147  658     Bondar Clegg (surface water) LIF (U)
148  676     NGR BC NADNC stream sediments and moss mats (U)
149  683     ActLabs 4Lithores (Zr by ICP-MS) (Cr reported as Cr, not Cr2O3)

Associated Analytical Packages:

IndexPackage IDPackage Name
1  3     Acme 1F-MS + LOI,Sn,F
2  4     Becquerel INAA (NGR)
3  5     GSC/AMD ICP-MS
4  7     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (1)
5  8     Bondar Clegg / TSD 63 micron (1)
6  9     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (1)
7  11     INRS XRF + INAA (low detection limits)
8  12     INRS XRF + INAA (high detection limits)
9  13     XRAL INA + Hg CV-AAS
10  16     XRAL INA + Hg CV-AAS + XRF
11  24     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS
12  25     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (2)
13  26     Bondar Clegg / TSD 63 micron (2)
14  27     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (2)
15  29     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (3)
16  32     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (5)
17  33     Chemex / TSD 2 micron (6)
18  36     ActLabs INA (33 elements) [UNUSED]
19  38     ActLabs INAA (35 elements), Hg CV-AAS,  ICP-AES (Sn)
20  40     ActLabs INAA (33 elements), Hg CV-AAS,  ICP-AES (Sn)
21  41     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (7 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn (1991-3)
22  42     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (7 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn (1994)
23  43     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (19 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn
24  44     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2001)
25  45     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2002)
26  46     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES
27  47     ActLabs INAA
28  48     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg   ICP-AES + FIMS
29  49     Bondar Clegg INAA + AAS + HY-AAS + F ISE + Hg-CVAAS + U NADNC + LOI
30  50     ActLabs INAA + AAS + Hg-CVAAS
31  55     Bondar Clegg INA (Ir:50)
32  56     Bondar Clegg AAS (10), U fluor, As col
33  57     Bondar Clegg AAS, U NADNC, As col
34  58     Chemex AAS, U NADNC, As col
35  60     Bondar Clegg AAS (8), U fluor, As col
36  61     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm)
37  63     Chemex ICP ? (1999-2000)
38  65     Bondar Clegg INA (Au:1, Ir:50, Ni:10, Rb:15)
39  66     ActLabs INA (Rb:5, Cr:5)
40  67     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb)
41  68     ActLabs INA (Rb:5; Cr:1)
42  69     Bondar Clegg Cu, Pb, Zn, Mn, Fe, U_fl
43  70     Bondar Clegg Cu, Pb, Zn, U_fl
44  71     AECL U NADNC
45  73     Bondar Clegg U fluorometry
46  74     Bondar Clegg U NADNC
47  83     McMaster University INAA (33 elements)
48  85     Becquerel INAA (1994-2003)
49  87     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppm) (33 elements)
50  89     ActLabs INA (33 elements + Ag, Sr; Sr:200)
51  91     ActLabs INAA (33 elements + Ag, Sr; Se:5)
52  92     Intertek INAA (34 elements)
53  93     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg ppb) (31 elements)
54  94     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elements)
55  96     Chemex ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS
56  98     Bondar Clegg ICP-AES (38 elem) + Hg CV-AAS
57  100     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, Ag:5, Ce:3, Ir:5)
58  101     OGSurvey miscellaneous methods
59  102     OGS ICP-AES and ICP-MS methods
60  104     OGS / MRD123 miscellaneous methods
61  105     OGS / MRD143 miscellaneous methods
62  106     OGS / MRD155/Teck-Gauthier A1-A2 miscellaneous methods
63  107     OGS / MRD155/Teck-Gauthier A3 miscellaneous methods
64  110     OGS / MRD155/Carscallen-Thornburn  miscellaneous methods
65  111     OGS / MRD155/Munroe-Currie miscellaneous methods
66  112     OGS / MRD155/Intr-Timmins miscellaneous methods
67  113     OGS / MRD155/Intr-Clifford miscellaneous methods
68  114     OGS / MRD155/Ben Nevis-Katrine miscellaneous methods
69  115     OGS / MRD155/Ben Nevis-Cliford miscellaneous methods
70  116     OGS / MRD155/Tisdale miscellaneous methods
71  119     GSC ICP-AES + ICP-MS
72  120     Acme ICP-MS (1F-MS Basic Suite)
73  121     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
74  122     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
75  124     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-MS
76  127     ActLabs INA, ICP-AES [UNUSED]
77  128     Becquerel INAA (2003-2010)
78  129     ActLabs (1H2 + 1G2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS + Hg CV-AAS FIMS
79  130     ActLabs (1H2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS
80  132     Barringer (URP lake sediment) AAS(8+Mo), FLUOR(U), COL(As)
81  135     AECL (URP lake and stream sediment) NADNC(U) (details unknown)
82  136     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FT(U)
83  138     Chemex (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (vague description)
84  139     Acme 1F-MS Basic Suite (37 elements) 15g + REE
85  140     Acme 1T-MS (43 elements + REEs)
86  143     Barringer (URP surface water, YT, 1976) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
87  145     Barringer (URP surface water) FT(U), ISE(F), pH
88  148     Becquerel (NGR) INAA (34 elements, Au + Wt)
89  151     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FT(U) – collected NWT
90  154     AECL (URP lake and stream sediment) NADNC(U)
91  155     Chemex (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
92  157     Acme 1F-MS + Sn,F
93  159     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (1977)
94  163     GSC ion chromatography, plus ICP-MS
95  244     GSC/ACL XRF, LOI, Leco, ICP-ES, ICP-MS
96  245     OGS XRF + ICP-MS + H2O, CO2, S
97  246     Acme 4B (inc 1DX), 2A Leco, 8 FeO, lattice water (1500°C)
98  256     GSC OF 5117 volcanic rocks lithogeochemical compilation
99  257     GSC OF 5117 granitoid rocks lithogeochemical compilation
100  259     GSC EPA3050B (modif) ICP-MS/ES
101  261     GSC water leach ICP-MS/ES + pH
102  266     GSC field measurement – ground gamma ray spectrometry
103  267     GSC lab measurement – gamma ray spectrometry
104  275     ActLabs Ultratrace 2 – aqua regia (2010) (S dl = 0.001 %)
105  276     Acme 1F-MS (53 elements) (B dl=20ppm, Ga dl=0.2ppm, S dl=0.01%, W dl=0.1ppm)
106  277     Becquerel INAA 33 elements (missing Ag, Se; Ba dl=40ppm)
107  278     Acme ICPES near-total digestion, 34 elements
108  279     Acme ICPES aqua regia, 29 elements + 6 by hydride evolution
109  283     ActLabs INAA 35 elements
110  284     Chemex ICP-AES (Hg 1 ppm) (32 elements)
111  294     Chemex (NGR lake sed 1983 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE( F)
112  296     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #1)
113  297     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #2)
114  298     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #3)
115  302     pXRF “Mining” and “Soil” modes; full suites
116  304     BVM AQ250-EXT + REE (65 elements)
117  308     BVM combined aqua regia and borate fusion suites
118  309     Bondar Clegg (NGR BC stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (XRF), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
119  310     Chemex (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1988)
120  311     Barringer Magenta (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1989)
121  313     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #4)
122  314     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #5)
123  368     Barringer (URP surface water, BC, 1978) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
124  372     AECL (URP lake and stream sediment) NADNC(U) 20s irradiation, 20s count
125  375     Novatrack Analysts Limited (URP stream sediment) NADNC(U)
126  376     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (1978-1981)
127  377     Min-En Laboratories Limited (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
128  380     Nova Track Ltd (stream sediments) NADNC Uranium
129  382     GSC (surface water) Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K, NO3, PO4, SO4, Cl, U, F, pH, alk
130  384     GSC (NGR surface water) AAS(7)), U, C-org, Cl, Br, NO3, SO4, PO4, F, pH, alk
131  386     Chemex (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U
132  387     Chemex (NGR lake sediment, 1982 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE(F)
133  388     Acme (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
134  390     Chemex (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+3), cold vapour (Hg), COL(W), NADNC(U)
135  391     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
136  392     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH (glass-calomel electrode meter)
137  393     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), LOI500,  NADNC(U)
138  394     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, NADNC(U)
139  396     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
140  397     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F) and pH (Broadley-James meter)
141  398     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, NB, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
142  400     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd+As+Mo+V+Sb), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
143  401     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, NADNC(U)
144  403     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), U
145  404     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F) and pH
146  405     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, BC, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
147  406     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7, CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
148  409     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (Cd+As+Sn+Sb+Mo+V), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, ISE(F) , U
149  411     Barringer (NGR surface water) FLUOR(U)
150  412     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U
151  413     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10)
152  414     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH, ICP(Ca, Mg), Alk
153  415     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, U(5**10)
154  416     Chemex (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI, NADNC (U-5**10)
155  417     Chemex (NGR stream sediment)  AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI, NADNC (U-5**10)
156  418     Bondar Clegg (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
157  419     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
158  420     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) 33 element +Au + Wt
159  421     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS 8+6+Ba (HCLO4 only)), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
160  422     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (HClO4 only), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
161  423     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
162  424     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), ICP (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk(d.l.=1)
163  425     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), ICP (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk(d.l.=2)
164  426     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U
165  427     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+6), DCP (Ba), CV(Hg), COL (W), LOI at 500°C, F, U
166  428     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), AAS (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk (d.l.=1)
167  429     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV(Hg), LOI at 500C, F, U - 10**12 flux
168  430     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+6), DCP(Ba), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F, U
169  432     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+7), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F, U
170  433     Bondar Clegg (NGR surface water) ICP (9), U, F, pH, alk
171  434     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA-flux 1x10**11 (33 elements, Au + Wt)
172  437     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH, alk
173  439     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+6), CV(Hg), LOI, F, U
174  440     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3+(Mo+V: 2.5 ml conc)), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
175  441     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake sediment) INAA-flux 5.3x10**11 (33 elements, Au + Wt)
176  443     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake sediment) INAA-flux 1x10**11, counting 15 min (33 elements, Au + Wt)
177  444     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment) INAA (34 elements, Au + Wt)
178  448     Bondar Clegg / unknown subcontractors (NGR lake sediment) INAA (33 elements, Au + Wt)
179  450     Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA (33 elements, Au + Wt)
180  454     Cantech (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
181  462     Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA (33+Au + wt)
182  463     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.2 ppm ), Sn, LOI
183  465     GSC (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (U)
184  471     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS (35+Au), LOI
185  472     GSC (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements), ICP-ES (7 elements)
186  473     Cantech (NGR surface water, BC, 2000) pH, U, F, sulphate
187  474     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment) INAA (34 elements, Au + Wt) (Rb, d.l.= 15)
188  476     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), Sn, LOI
189  478     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS/ICP-ES (35+Au), LOI
190  480     Cantech (NGR surface water, BC, 2001) pH, U, F, sulphate
191  481     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (32 + Au)
192  482     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 element), LOI, Sn, F
193  483     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES- HMC (36 element), Sn, F
194  484     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (25)
195  485     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), LOI
196  486     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) Ion Chromatography (Clˉ, Fˉ, NO3ˉ, SO42ˉ), ICP-MS (25)
197  487     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (33 + Au)
198  489     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 element), LOI, Sn (LiBO2 fusion), F
199  490     Becquerel (NGR stream and lake sediments) INAA (34 + Au)
200  491     Acme (NGR stream and lake sediments) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, Ga, d.l.=0.1; S, d.l.=0.02;W, d.l.=0.1 ppm)
201  492     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au)
202  493     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (36 elements + Au, Ga, d.l.=0.2; S, d.l.=0.01;W, d.l.=0.2 ppm)
203  495     Cantech (NGR surface water) ICP-MS(U), Ion Chromatography(F)
204  496     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (25 elements + Au + Wt)
205  497     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment) INAA (24 elements + Au + Wt)
206  499     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au) [UNUSED]
207  500     ActLabs 1H (Au+48) and 1C-EXP2 (Au, Pt, Pd)
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