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The sample is analysed as is (solid state or liquid).


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Category: Decomposition techniques

The different kinds of analytical decompositions have been classified hierarchically. Examples: “fusion”, “acid” Taken from the “Analytical_Decompositions_SHARED” database table.


Associated Analytical Suites:

IndexSuite IDSuite Name
1  7     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 2 micron XRF
2  8     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 63 micron 11 element INAA
3  18     GSC electron microprobe (17 oxides) (#1)
4  21     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) Lithogeochemical Database: XRF methods
5  22     INRS XRF (1)
6  23     INRS XRF (2)
7  24     INRS/McMaster INAA (low DL)
8  25     INRS/McMaster INAA (high DL)
9  26     XRAL INAA
10  34     XRAL XRF Bi + Sn
11  40     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:15; Cr:5; Se:3)
12  43     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 63 micron 14 element INAA
13  46     Bondar-Clegg/TSD 63 micron 5 element INAA
14  52     ActLabs INAA (33 elements, inc Hg, no Ag, no Sr, Rb:15)
15  55     Bondar-Clegg INAA (Zr:200)
16  59     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:30)
17  60     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:15; Cr:2)
18  67     Bondar-Clegg INAA
19  75     Bondar-Clegg U NADNC
20  76     Bondar-Clegg LOI
21  77     ActLabs INAA (Sr, no Ag, no Hg)
22  80     GSC Leco
23  81     ODM HMC
24  88     Chemex U NADNC
25  90     Bondar-Clegg INAA (Au+33; Au:2 Ir:50 Ni:20 Rb:5)
26  93     Chemex Nb XRF
27  97     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:5; Cr:5; Co:5)
28  98     Bondar-Clegg INAA (Au+33; Au:1 Ir:50 Ni:10 Rb:15)
29  100     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:5; Cr:1; Co:1)
30  116     AECL U NADNC
31  123     Bondar-Clegg XRF (9)
32  126     Quebec Geoscience Centre (QGC): X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) (12 elements)
33  127     McMaster University: Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA), low detection limits
34  130     Unknown lab; XRF (11 elements)
35  131     Unknown lab; LOI
36  132     Unknown lab; Sum of Oxides (XRF + LOI)
37  133     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, New Brunswick, Prairies)
38  137     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Sr:200)
39  138     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:5; Se:5; Co:1)
40  139     Intertek INAA (34 elements)
41  143     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, Ag:5, Ce:3, Ir:5)
42  144     Bondar-Clegg U NADNC dl: 0.1ppm
43  145     Becquerel INAA (35 elements, inc Ni, Ti)
44  151     CanTech LOI
45  161     ActLabs INAA (33 elements; no Ca, Sr)
46  164     OGS electron microprobe [#1]
47  165     ActLabs INAA (33 elements, inc Hg, no Ag, no Sr, Rb:5)
48  168     ODM IM grain separation (NGR modified procedure)
49  169     ODM VG count
50  170     ODM MMSIM count
51  171     ODM KIM count
52  172     ODM 100 grain count
53  173     GSC (lake sediments) LOI (vague)
54  182     Chemex (lake sediments) LOI (vague)
55  183     AECL (lake sediments) NADNC (U) (details unknown)
56  184     Bondar Clegg (surface water) FT (U)
57  187     Chemex (surface water) FLUOR(U) (vague)
58  188     Chemex (surface water) ISE (F) (vague)
59  189     Chemex (surface water) pH (vague)
60  193     Chemex (surface water) ISE (F - with KOH) (vague)
61  196     Barringer (surface water) Chemtrix/Fisher ISE (F)
62  197     Barringer (surface water) Chemtrix meter (pH)
63  198     GSC (surface water) AAS direct flame (Zn)
64  199     Barringer (surface water) FT (U)
65  200     Barringer (surface water) Orion ISE (F)
66  201     Barringer (surface water) combination glass-calomel electrode (pH)
67  208     Chemex (lake and stream sediments) LOI
68  215     AECL (lake sediments)  NADNC (U) 60s irradiation,60s count
69  217     Chemex (surface water) Corning ISE (F)
70  218     Chemex (surface water) Fisher Accumet pH meter (pH)
71  221     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, YT, 1977)
72  222     Bondar Clegg (surface water) pH (NGR, YT, 1977)
73  223     Carleton University electron microprobe [#1]
74  224     ODM HMC grain separation
75  226     Acme LOI
76  229     Becquerel INAA (35 elements, including Ti)
77  230     GSC/AMD (surface water) ICP-MS (51 elements)
78  231     GSC/AMD (surface water) ICP-ES (9 elements)
79  232     GSC/ACL ICP-MS
80  233     GSC/ACL ion chromatography
81  234     GSC Field Camp water analysis
82  235     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation (<2 mm fraction)
83  236     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation (<1 mm fraction)
84  237     I and M Morrison grain picking and visual mineral identification (microprobe counts)
85  238     ODM – calculated gold concentrations
86  239     GSC electron microprobe (SILPYROX, SPINEL, GARNET)
87  242     ODM MMSIM and PCIM grain counts
88  243     ODM HMC separation of <2mm size fraction
89  244     GSC electron microprobe (GARNET)
90  245     ODM HMC paramagnetic separation
91  246     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation-VG counts [#5]
92  247     ODM HMC separation
93  248     Canamera grain screening and Heavy Mineral Concentrates (0.25-0.5 mm, 0.5-0.84 mm)
94  249     Canamera grain screening and Heavy Mineral Concentrates (0.25-0.5 mm, 0.5-0.84 mm, 0.84–2.00 mm)
95  250     I and M Morrison grain picking and visual mineral identification
96  251     ODM HMC separation of <0.25mm size fraction
97  254     Canamera and Diamond Indicator Processing grain screening and Heavy Mineral Concentrates (0.25-0.5 mm, 0.5-1.0 mm).
98  255     GSC electron microprobe (12 or 15 oxides)
99  256     GSC electron microprobe (15 oxides, incl. SO3)
100  257     Consorminex Inc. Indicator mineral picking (0.063-0.25 mm)
101  258     I and M Morrison IM grain counts (3 fractions)
102  259     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation-M.I. SG 3.3
103  260     Consorminex Inc. Indicator mineral picking (0.125-0.25 mm)
104  261     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation 0.25-2 mm fraction
105  262     De Beers Indicator Mineral Picking
106  263     De Beers electron microprobe analysis
107  265     IOS Services Geoscientifiques magnetic separation
108  266     IOS Services Geoscientifiques Indicator mineral picking
109  267     IOS Services Geoscientifiques/Laval University electron microprobe analysis (Garnrg, Ilmerg, Pyrorg)
110  268     IOS Services Geoscientifiques/Laval University scanning electron microprobe analysis
111  269     IOS Services Geoscientifiques/Laval University electron microprobe analysis (Garnrg, Ilmerg, Pyrorg, Olivpm)
112  271     ODM Indicator Mineral Picking
113  272     CANMET electron microprobe analysis
114  273     I and M Morrison IM grain counts (0.25-0.5 mm, 0.5-1.0 mm, 1-2 mm)
115  274     GSC electron microprobe (DIAMOND, SPINELS)
116  275     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation [#2]
117  276     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentrates and grains separation – kimberlite sample
118  277     I and M Morrison IM grain counts (0.25-0.5 mm, 0.5-1.0 mm)
119  278     ODM Indicator Mineral Picking-Till and Kimberlite samples.
120  279     Lakefield Research Mineral Picking Till Samples
121  280     ODM Indicator Mineral Picking-Kimberlite samples
122  281     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation-VG counts [#1]
123  282     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation-VG counts [#2]
124  283     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation-VG counts [#3]
125  284     Lakefield Research Indicator Mineral Picking
126  285     Lakefield Research/Overburden Drilling Management Indicator Mineral Picking
127  286     GSC electron microprobe (DIAMOND, OXIDES)
128  287     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation-VG counts [#4]
129  288     I and M Morrison IM grain counts [#1]
130  289     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation: no VG counts-kimberlite boulders [#1]
131  290     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation: no VG counts-kimberlite boulders [#2]
132  291     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation: VG counts-kimberlite samples
133  292     De Beers Canada Exploration grain separation and sieving 0.3-0.5 mm
134  293     ODM Indicator Mineral Picking (0.3-0.5 mm)
135  294     Carleton University electron microprobe [#2]
136  295     I and M Morrison IM grain counts [#2]
137  296     ODM MMSIM picked grain counts
138  297     Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines Geoscience Laboratory electron microprobe.
139  298     GSC Sed Lab grain size analysis (Camsizer and Lecotrac LT100)
140  299     GSC Sed Lab carbon content
141  300     GSC Sed Lab pH
142  301     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation grain counts [#1]
143  302     GSC electron microprobe (17 oxides) (#2)
144  303     ODM Heavy Mineral Concentration and grain separation grain counts [#2]
145  304     GSC electron microprobe-Low-Cr Diopside Analysis
146  305     GSC/Canadian Museum of Nature electron microprobe analysis
147  306     ODM HMC Concentration
148  307     ODM HMC concentrates grain separation and magnetic separation
149  308     ODM HMC processing and VG counts [#1]
150  309     ODM HMC Magnetic Separation
151  310     ODM IM identification
152  311     ODM HMC processing and VG counts [#2]
153  312     GSC electron microprobe (DIAMOND, PYROXENE)
154  313     OGS electron microprobe [#2]
155  314     GSC electron microprobe (17 oxides) (#3)
156  315     GSC/ACL XRF (2008) suite XRF-100
157  316     GSC/ACL LOI (2008) grouped in XRF-110
158  317     GSC/ACL Leco (2008)
159  321     OGS Geoscience Laboratories, suite XRF-M01
160  322     OGS Geoscience Laboratories, suite XRF-M01 – LOI
161  325     OGS Geoscience Laboratories, suite IRW-H2O, moisture content
162  326     OGS Geoscience Laboratories, suite IRC-100, carbon and sulphur
163  329     Acme Group 2A: Leco C and S
164  331     Acme Group 8: lattice water
165  333     NTGO KIDD indicator mineral re-assignment
166  337     GSC (lake and stream sediments) LOI at 500°C
167  339     Barringer (surface water) ISE (fluorine)
168  340     Barringer (surface water) pH (combination glass-calomel electrode)
169  345     AECL (lake sediments) NADNC (U) 20s irradiation, 20s count
170  346     Nuclear Activation Services Limited (lake sediments) Au
171  349     Novatrack Analysts Limited (stream sediments) NADNC (U) 10**11 flux
172  351     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, BC, 1978-1981)
173  352     Bondar Clegg (surface water) pH (NGR, BC, 1978-1981)
174  354     Minen Laboratories Limited (surface water) ISE (F)
175  355     Minen Laboratories Limited (surface water) pH
176  361     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) XRF (Ba)
177  362     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) LOI (450C)
178  363     Nova Track Limited (stream sediments) NADNA (U) – in flux density 2x10**11 to 1x10**12 N/cm**2 s
179  369     GSC (surface water) AAS (Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K; air-acetylene)
180  370     GSC (surface water) ion chromatography (NO3,PO4,SO4,Cl)
181  371     GSC (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, YT, 1981)
182  372     GSC (surface water) laser fluorometry (U) (NGR, YT, 1981)
183  373     GSC (surface water) pH (NGR, YT, 1981)
184  374     GSC (surface water) alkalinity (NGR, YT, 1981)
185  376     X-Ray Assay Laboratories (lake sediment) C-org
186  377     X-Ray Assay Laboratories (lake sediment) XRF-pressed disc(S)
187  378     X-Ray Assay Laboratories (lake sediment) XRF-fused with LiBO2
188  379     X-Ray Assay Laboratories (lake sediment) LOI at 900°C
189  380     GSC (surface water) AAS (Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K; air-acetylene), caesium buffer
190  381     GSC (surface water) ion chromatography/ conductometric (Cl, Br, NO3, SO4, PO4)
191  382     GSC (surface water) Barnstead Analyser(C-org)
192  383     GSC (surface water) laser fluorometry (U) (NGR, ON, 1982)
193  384     GSC (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, ON, 1982)
194  385     GSC (surface water) pH (NGR, ON, 1982)
195  386     GCS (surface water) alkalinity (NGR, ON, 1982)
196  387     In-situ (surface water) Cond, temp,O2, pH
197  389     ODM hematite grain counts
198  390     Chemex (lake sediment) NADNC (U)-flux 1012, d.l.= 0.05ppm
199  391     Chemex (lake sediment) NADNC(U)-flux 8x1013, d.l.= 0.2ppm
200  392     ACME (surface water) LIF (U)
201  393     ACME (surface water) ISE(F) – 404 Orion meter
202  394     ACME (surface water) pH – Broadley-James Combination electrode
203  395     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment (surface water) radiometer (conductivity)
204  396     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment (surface water) case 1: ICP (Ca, Mg), case2: AAS (Ca, Mg; air-acetylene)
205  397     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment (surface water) inductively coupled plasma (Fe, dl=30ppb)
206  398     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment (surface water) alkalinity
207  399     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment (surface water) pH
208  404     Barringer (lake and stream sediment) NADNC (U-flux 8x10**13, d.l.=0.5 ppm)
209  405     Barringer (surface water) LIF(U)
210  406     Barringer (surface water) ISE(F)
211  407     Barringer (surface water) pH – Glass-Calomel electrode meter
212  409     Barringer (lake and stream sediment) LOI at 500C
213  419     Barringer (lake and stream  sediment) NADNC(U)
214  427     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) NADNC(U)
215  430     Chemex (surface water) ISE (F)
216  431     Chemex (surface water) LIF (U)
217  434     Barringer  (stream sediment) NADNC (U – 5x10**11, BF3 detectors, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
218  436     Barringer  (stream sediment) NADNC (U – 5x10**11, BF3 detectors, 60s, d.l.=0.2)
219  437     Uranium (lake and stream sediment) NADNC ( U – 5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
220  438     Barringer (surface water) pH – Broadley-James Combination electrode meter
221  439     ODM pyrrhotite grain counts
222  440     Barringer (surface water) ICP (calcium)
223  441     Barringer (surface water) ICP (magnesium)
224  442     Barringer (surface water) alkalinity
225  450     Chemex (lake and stream sediment) NADNC ( U – 5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
226  451     Barringer (surface water) LIF (U) (NGR, BC, 1986)
227  452     Barringer (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, BC, 1986)
228  453     Barringer (surface water) pH – Glass-Calomel electrode meter (NGR, BC, 1986)
229  457     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA (33 elements +Au + Wt)
230  459     Chemex (surface water) ICP (calcium) – d.l.= 0.5
231  460     Chemex (surface water) ICP (magnesium) – d.l. = 0.05
232  461     Chemex (surface water)  alkalinity – d.l. = 1
233  462     Chemex (surface water) ICP (calcium) – d.l.= 0.2
234  463     Chemex (surface water) ICP (magnesium) – d.l. = 0.02
235  464     Chemex (surface water) alkalinity – d.l. = 2
236  466     Bondar-Clegg (lake and stream sediment) LOI500
237  468     Chemex (surface water) AAS (calcium) – d.l.= 0.5
238  469     Chemex (surface water) AAS (magnesium) – d.l. = 0.05
239  471     GSC (surface water) AAS (Ca) (NGR, MB, 1985)
240  472     GSC (surface water) AAS (Mg) (NGR, MB, 1985)
241  473     GSC (surface water) ISE (F) (NGR, MB, 1985)
242  474     GSC (surface water) pH (NGR, MB, 1985)
243  475     GSC (surface water) alkalinity (NGR, MB, 1985)
244  477     Bondar Clegg (surface water)  alkalinity – d.l. = 2
245  478     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ICP-ES (Ca, Mg, As, Ba, Hg, Mn, Na, Pb, Sr)
246  479     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA – flux 1x10**11, counting 6-11 min (33 elements +Au + Wt)
247  483     ACME (lake sediment) Pt, Pd, Au
248  484     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA – flux 1x10**11, counting 6-11 minutes  (Au + Wt)
249  487     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA -  flux 5.3x10**11 (33 elements +Au + Wt)
250  488     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA – flux 5.3x10**11 (Au + Wt)
251  489     Bondar Clegg (lake sediment) INAA - flux 1x10**11, counting 15 min  (33 elements +Au + Wt)
252  490     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (34 elements + Au + Wt) Rb, d.l.=5ppm
253  491     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (Au + Wt) (NGR, YT, 1990)
254  493     Bondar Clegg/ unknown subcontractors (NGR lake sediment) INAA (33 elements, Au + Wt) Yb d.l.=1ppm
255  494     Becquerel (lake and stream sediment) INAA-(33 elements, Au + Wt) Yb d.l.=1 ppm
256  499     Canteh (lake and stream sediment) LOI at 500C
257  503     Cantech (surface water) LIF(U)
258  504     Cantech (surface water) ISE(F)
259  505     Cantech (surface water) pH – Glass-Calomel electrode meter
260  508     Becquerel (lake or stream sediment) INAA (Au + Wt)
261  510     Becquerel (lake and stream sediment) INAA-(33 elements, Au + Wt) Yb d.l.=2ppm
262  512     ACME (stream sediment) LOI at 500C
263  513     Cantech (surface water) pH –Orion QuiKcheK Pocket Meter
264  514     Cantech (surface water) Conductivity –Orion QuiKcheK Pocket Meter
265  515     GSC (surface water) ICP-MS (U)
266  520     GSC (surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements)
267  521     GSC (surface water) ICP-ES (7 elements)
268  522     Cantech Laboratories Inc (surface water) SO4
269  523     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (34 elements + Au + Wt) Rb, d.l. = 15ppm
270  527     ODM MMSIM grain counts
271  529     ACME Analytical Labs (stream sediment) LOI at 500C
272  531     Cantech (stream sediment) ISE (F)
273  532     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (32 + Au)
274  535     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, NT, 2004)
275  536     GSC/ACL (surface water) ICP-MS (25 elements) (NGR, BC, 2004)
276  537     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (33 + Au)
277  538     Field Camp (surface water) pH and Conductivity
278  539     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (34 + Au)
279  541     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au) (NGR, BC reanalysis, 1990)
280  543     Field Camp (surface water) pH and Conductivity (Corning Checkmate meter)
281  544     Cantech ( surface water) ICP-MS (U)
282  545     Cantech (surface water) IC (F)
283  546     Becquerel (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au) (NGR, BC reanalysis, 1993)
284  547     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (24 + Au)
285  548     ActLabs (stream sediment) INAA (Au + Wt) (NGR, BC reanalysis, 1993)
286  549     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au)
287  550     GSC electron microprobe – “SPINEL” routine
288  551     GSC electron microprobe – “SILPYROX” routine
289  552     GSC electron microprobe – “GARNET” routine
290  553     ODM electric-pulse disaggregation
291  554     ODM HMC separation of disaggregated bedrock samples
292  555     ODM HMC separation of <0.18mm size fraction
293  560     GSC/Ottawa Sed Lab soil pH measurement
294  563     GSC NASGLP moisture content
295  564     GSC NASGLP bulk density
296  565     GSC Sed Lab grain size analysis (Lecotrac LT100) – summary of results
297  566     GSC Sed Lab grain size analysis (Lecotrac LT100) – Gradistat
298  567     GSC/Ottawa Sed Lab soil conductivity measurement
299  568     GSC field crew – measurement of soil gas radon
300  569     GSC field crew – in-situ ground gamma ray spectrometry analysis
301  570     GSC Ottawa – laboratory gamma ray spectrometry
302  571     GSC field crew – soil permeability and radon
303  573     GSC (surface water) AAS direct flame (Zn, Cu, Pb, Cd)
304  575     In-situ surface water temperature
305  576     In-situ surface water pH
306  577     Freshwater sulphate and chloride
307  578     GSC atomic emission spectrography: Ag, B, Co, Cr, Mn, Ni, Sn
308  584     GSC (surface water) AAS direct flame (Cu)
309  586     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, NGR, 1990s)
310  591     Becquerel INAA 33 elements (missing Ag, Se; Ba dl=40ppm)
311  592     Reconciliation of picked, probed and confirmed indicator mineral grain counts (Morrison, 1995).
312  593     Reconciliation of picked, probed and confirmed indicator mineral grain counts (Morrison, 1996).
313  594     Reconciliation of picked, probed and confirmed indicator mineral grain counts (Overburden Drilling Management).
314  600     Chittick analysis
315  601     ActLabs INAA (35 elements; Rb:30, Hf:0.5, Yb:0.2)
316  604     SRC / ODM HMC separation
317  605     SRC / Consorminex indicator mineral grain counts
318  606     CANMET electron microprobe (10 oxides)
319  607     SRC / CF Mineral Research HMC separation
320  608     GSC electron microprobe (15 oxides)
321  609     ODM HMC preparation (SG 3.3)
322  610     Guelph proton microprobe
323  611     Chemex (lake sediment) NADNC(U)-flux 8x1013, d.l.= 0.5ppm
324  613     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment (surface water) inductively coupled plasma (Fe, dl=20ppb)
325  617     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: wavelength-dispersive XRF of fused glass disks
326  618     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: LOI
327  620     Geoscience Lab, (OGS) MRD123 Lithogeochemical Database: wavelength-dispersive XRF of pressed powder pellets
328  625     ActLabs 4F-B : B by PGNAA
329  626     ActLabs 4F-C,S : C and S by IR
330  627     ActLabs 4F-CO2 : CO2 by IR
331  637     ActLabs adjustment of LOI based on ferrous/ferric iron analysis
332  639     ActLabs As INAA
333  640     pXRF (Mining Mode)
334  641     pXRF (Soil Mode)
335  643     pXRF (Mining Mode), 40 elements reported
336  644     pXRF (Soil Mode), 33 elements reported
337  649     ODM sample disaggregation (2014-2015)
338  650     ODM KIM count (inc low-Cr diopside)
339  651     ODM MMSIM counts
340  652     ODM MMSIM counts expressed as percentages
341  655     BVM TC003 Leco C and S
342  656     Acme LOI (no details)
343  657     Acme sum of oxides
344  658     Bondar Clegg (surface water) LIF (U)
345  659     Bondar Clegg (surface water) ISE (F)
346  660     Bondar Clegg (surface water) pH – Glass-Calomel electrode meter
347  662     Bondar-Clegg (stream sediment) LOI500 (dl=0.2pm)
348  664     Bondar Clegg, energy-dispersive XRF
349  676     NGR BC NADNC stream sediments and moss mats (U)
350  677     NGR BC LOI
351  680     ActLabs Cl INAA
352  682     ActLabs 4F-S : S by IR

Associated Analytical Packages:

IndexPackage IDPackage Name
1  1     ODM IM processing (NGR: modified procedure)
2  2     GSC electron microprobe (17 oxides) (#1)
3  3     Acme 1F-MS + LOI,Sn,F
4  4     Becquerel INAA (NGR)
5  5     GSC/AMD ICP-MS
6  6     GSC/AMD ICP-ES
7  7     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (1)
8  8     Bondar Clegg / TSD 63 micron (1)
9  11     INRS XRF + INAA (low detection limits)
10  12     INRS XRF + INAA (high detection limits)
11  13     XRAL INA + Hg CV-AAS
12  16     XRAL INA + Hg CV-AAS + XRF
13  24     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS
14  25     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (2)
15  26     Bondar Clegg / TSD 63 micron (2)
16  29     Bondar Clegg / TSD 2 micron (3)
17  30     Bondar Clegg / TSD 63 micron (3)
18  36     ActLabs INA (33 elements) [UNUSED]
19  37     Bondar Clegg INAA, Hg CV-AAS, AAS
20  38     ActLabs INAA (35 elements), Hg CV-AAS,  ICP-AES (Sn)
21  40     ActLabs INAA (33 elements), Hg CV-AAS,  ICP-AES (Sn)
22  41     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (7 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn (1991-3)
23  42     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (7 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn (1994)
24  43     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES (19 elem) + Hg CV-AAS + Sn
25  44     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2001)
26  45     ActLabs INAA, ICP-AES, Hg CV-AAS, ICP-MS (2002)
27  46     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES
28  47     ActLabs INAA
29  48     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg   ICP-AES + FIMS
30  49     Bondar Clegg INAA + AAS + HY-AAS + F ISE + Hg-CVAAS + U NADNC + LOI
31  50     ActLabs INAA + AAS + Hg-CVAAS
32  51     GSC Leco
33  52     ODM HMC
34  55     Bondar Clegg INA (Ir:50)
35  57     Bondar Clegg AAS, U NADNC, As col
36  58     Chemex AAS, U NADNC, As col
37  62     Chemex Au + Nb
38  65     Bondar Clegg INA (Au:1, Ir:50, Ni:10, Rb:15)
39  66     ActLabs INA (Rb:5, Cr:5)
40  68     ActLabs INA (Rb:5; Cr:1)
41  71     AECL U NADNC
42  74     Bondar Clegg U NADNC
43  80     Bondar Clegg XRF (9); Be (AAS)
44  82     Quebec Geoscience Centre XRF + Hg AFS (2 digestions)
45  83     McMaster University INAA (33 elements)
46  84     XRAL XRF (11)+ LOI
47  85     Becquerel INAA (1994-2003)
48  89     ActLabs INA (33 elements + Ag, Sr; Sr:200)
49  91     ActLabs INAA (33 elements + Ag, Sr; Se:5)
50  92     Intertek INAA (34 elements)
51  100     Becquerel INAA (34 elements, Ag:5, Ce:3, Ir:5)
52  103     OGS XRF methods
53  104     OGS / MRD123 miscellaneous methods
54  118     CanTech AAS + Hg-CVAAS + LOI
55  121     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
56  122     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-AES Sn fusion
57  124     ActLabs INAA + ICP-AES(20) + Hg CV-AAS + ICP-MS
58  127     ActLabs INA, ICP-AES [UNUSED]
59  128     Becquerel INAA (2003-2010)
60  129     ActLabs (1H2 + 1G2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS + Hg CV-AAS FIMS
61  130     ActLabs (1H2) (v2) INAA + ICP-AES + ICP-MS
62  131     OGS microprobe [UNUSED]
63  133     GSC (URP lake sediment) LOI
64  134     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+ Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL(As), LOI (vague description)
65  135     AECL (URP lake and stream sediment) NADNC(U) (details unknown)
66  136     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FT(U)
67  138     Chemex (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (vague description)
68  141     Chemex (URP surface water) ISE(F)
69  143     Barringer (URP surface water, YT, 1976) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
70  144     GSC (URP surface water) AAS(Zn)
71  145     Barringer (URP surface water) FT(U), ISE(F), pH
72  147     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL(As), ISE(F), LOI
73  148     Becquerel (NGR) INAA (34 elements, Au + Wt)
74  149     Becquerel (NGR) INAA Au reproducibility test
75  150     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS (8+Mo), CVAAS (Hg), COL(As), LOI (detailed description)
76  154     AECL (URP lake and stream sediment) NADNC(U)
77  155     Chemex (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
78  156     Reconciliation of picked, probed and confirmed indicator mineral grain counts (ODM)
79  159     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (1977)
80  160     Carleton University electron microprobe
81  161     ODM IM processing (standard KIM and MMSIM procedure)
82  162     Field camp water measurements
83  163     GSC ion chromatography, plus ICP-MS
84  164     ODM heavy mineral separation and VG counts (<2 mm fraction table processed; table runs kept separate) [UNUSED]
85  165     ODM heavy mineral separation and VG counts (<1 mm fraction table processed; 1-2 mm fraction processed by methylene iodide)
86  166     I and M Morrison mineral identification 0.25-0.5 mm fraction; conditional 0.5-1.0 mm fraction identification
87  167     I and M Morrison mineral identification 0.25-0.5 mm fraction; conditional 0.5-1 mm and 1-2 mm fraction identification
88  168     GSC electron microprobe (14 oxides) (SPINEL + GARNET)
89  169     I and M Morrison mineral identification 0.25-0.5 mm fraction, occasional 0.5-1 mm fraction identification
90  170     Reconciliation of picked, probed and confirmed indicator mineral grain counts (Morrison/GSC, 1995)
91  171     Reconciliation of picked, probed and confirmed indicator mineral grain counts (Morrison/GSC, 1996)
92  172     ODM heavy mineral separation (<1 mm fraction table processed; 1-2 mm fraction processed by methylene iodide)
93  173     I and M Morrison mineral identification. 0.25-0.5 mm fraction
94  174     GSC electron microprobe (10 oxides) (GARNET)
95  175     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation and VG counts (<1 mm fraction table processed) [UNUSED]
96  176     I and M Morrison mineral identification. 0.25-0.5 mm, 0.5-1 mm fraction
97  177     Canamera Geological Ltd. Sample processing and HMC separation (2 size fractions)
98  178     I and M Morrison mineral identification (2 size fractions)
99  181     Canamera Geological Ltd. + Diamond Indicator Processing Sample processing and HMC separation (2 size fractions)
100  182     ODM IM processing (standard KIM and MMSIM procedure), plus 100 grain count
101  183     GSC electron microprobe (12 or 15 oxides)
102  184     GSC electron microprobe (15 oxides, incl. SO3)
103  185     Canamera Geological Ltd. Sample processing and HMC separation (3 size fractions)
104  186     I and M Morrison mineral identification (3 size fractions: 0.25/0.50/0.84)
105  187     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation and VG counts (<2 mm fraction table processed)
106  188     Consorminex Inc. mineral picking and identification-fine sand fraction (0.063-0.25 mm)
107  189     I and M Morrison mineral identification (3 size fractions: 0.25/0.50/1.00)
108  190     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation and VG counts (<2 mm fraction table processed) M. I separation 3.3 SG)
109  191     Consorminex Inc. mineral picking and identification-fine sand fraction (0.125-0.25 mm)
110  192     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation and VG counts (<2 mm fraction table processed) M. I separation 3.2 SG)-0.25-2.00 mm fraction
111  193     De Beers Indicator Mineral Picking
112  194     De Beers Electron Microprobe Analysis
113  196     IOS Services Geoscientifiques-magnetic separation  and IM processing
114  197     IOS Services Geoscientifiques/Laval University Electron Microprobe Analysis (Garnrg, Ilmerg, Pyrorg)
115  198     IOS Services Geoscientifiques/Laval University Scanning Electron Microprobe Analysis
116  199     IOS Services Geoscientifiques/Laval University Electron Microprobe Analysis (Garnrg, Ilmerg, Pyrorg, Olivpm)
117  200     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation, VG counts (<2 mm fraction table processed) and HMC Indicator mineral picking
118  201     CANMET Electron Microprobe Analysis (11 major and minor oxides)
119  202     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation (no gold grains picked)
120  203     I and M Morrison indicator mineral counts (0.25-0.5 mm, 0.5-1.0 mm, 1-2 mm)
121  204     GSC electron microprobe (17 oxides) (DIAMOND, SPINELS)
122  205     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation -Kimberlite Sample
123  206     I and M Morrison indicator mineral counts-Kimberlite Sample
124  207     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation, VG counts (<1 mm fraction table processed) and HMC Indicator mineral picking
125  208     Lakefield Research Indicator Mineral Picking
126  209     ODM Indicator Mineral picking-Kimberlite samples.
127  210     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation, VG counts (<1 mm fraction table processed)
128  211     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation, VG counts (<1.7 mm fraction)
129  212     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation, VG counts (<1.7 mm fraction-sieving)
130  213     Lakefield Research Indicator Mineral Picking (2 size fractions)
131  214     Overburden Drilling Management/Lakefield Research Laboratory
132  215     GSC electron microprobe (15 oxides) (DIAMOND, OXIDE)
133  216     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation and VG counts (kimberlite boulders #3)
134  217     I and M Morrison indicator mineral counts (0.25-0.5 mm) (#1)
135  218     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation (kimberlite boulders #1)
136  219     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation (kimberlite boulders #2)
137  220     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation and VG counts (kimberlite boulders #4)
138  221     De Beers Canada Exploration Laboratory Sudbury, Canada.
139  222     ODM Indicator Mineral Identification (0.3-0.5 mm)
140  223     Carleton University electron microprobe group I and group II garnets
141  224     I and M Morrison indicator mineral counts (0.25-0.5 mm) (#2)
142  225     ODM VG counts and estimated concentrations
143  226     OGS electron microprobe.
144  227     GSC Sed Lab grain size analysis (Camsizer and Lecotrac LT100)
145  228     GSC Sed Lab carbon content
146  229     GSC Sed Lab pH
147  230     ODM HMC processing and Indicator Mineral Identification
148  231     GSC electron microprobe (17 oxides) (#2)
149  232     ODM HMC processing and Indicator Mineral Identification (NGR)
150  233     ODM HMC processing and Indicator Mineral Identification, with 100 grain count
151  234     GSC electron microprobe laboratory (13 oxides)
152  235     GSC / Can Museum of Nature Electron Microprobe Laboratories
153  236     ODM HMC Processing < 1mm fraction
154  237     ODM HMC Processing and magnetic separation. KIM and MMSIM sorting
155  238     ODM HMC Processing and VG counts  < 0.25 mm fraction
156  239     ODM HMC Processing and VG counts
157  240     ODM HMC Processing and VG counts-3 mineral ID
158  241     GSC electron microprobe (10 oxides) (DIAMOND, PYROXENE)
159  242     OGS electron microprobe laboratory
160  243     GSC electron microprobe (17 oxides) (#3)
161  244     GSC/ACL XRF, LOI, Leco, ICP-ES, ICP-MS
162  245     OGS XRF + ICP-MS + H2O, CO2, S
163  246     Acme 4B (inc 1DX), 2A Leco, 8 FeO, lattice water (1500°C)
164  247     ODM Heavy Mineral Separation (<2 mm fraction processed)
165  248     NTGO KIDD remapping
166  249     GSC electron microprobe (13 oxides) “SPINEL”
167  250     GSC electron microprobe (11 oxides) “SILPYROX”
168  251     GSC electron microprobe (10 oxides) “GARNET”
169  252     ODM indicator mineral re-picking
170  253     ODM HMC separation and KIM + MMSIM picking
171  254     ODM EPD and KIM + MMSIM picking
172  255     ODM 100 grain counts
173  260     GSC Sed Lab pH measurement
174  262     GSC Sed Lab moisture and bulk density measurement
175  263     GSC Sed Lab grain size analysis (Lecotrac LT100)
176  264     GSC Sed Lab pH and conductivity measurement
177  265     GSC field measurement of soil gas radon and permeability
178  266     GSC field measurement – ground gamma ray spectrometry
179  267     GSC lab measurement – gamma ray spectrometry
180  268     GSC (URP surface water) AAS (Zn, Cu, Pb, Cd)
181  270     GSC pH and temperature
182  271     EMR Cl and SO4
183  272     GSC spectrography and colorimetry
184  273     GSC (URP surface water) AAS (Cu)
185  277     Becquerel INAA 33 elements (missing Ag, Se; Ba dl=40ppm)
186  282     Chittick analysis
187  283     ActLabs INAA 35 elements
188  286     SRC / ODM heavy mineral concentration
189  287     SRC / Consorminex: IM picking
190  288     CANMET electron microprobe (10 oxides)
191  289     SRC / CF heavy mineral separation and KIM picking
192  291     GSC electron microprobe (15 oxides)
193  292     ODM HMC separation
194  293     Univ. Guelph proton microprobe
195  294     Chemex (NGR lake sed 1983 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE( F)
196  295     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment(NGR surface water) (Fe dl = 20ppb)
197  296     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #1)
198  297     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #2)
199  298     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #3)
200  299     ActLabs CO2 +FeO
201  300     pXRF “Mining” and “Soil” modes
202  302     pXRF “Mining” and “Soil” modes; full suites
203  305     ODM HMC separation (2014-2015
204  306     ODM KIM picking (inc LCD)
205  307     ODM MMSIM picking
206  308     BVM combined aqua regia and borate fusion suites
207  309     Bondar Clegg (NGR BC stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (XRF), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
208  310     Chemex (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1988)
209  311     Barringer Magenta (NGR BC stream sediment and moss mat samples, 1989)
210  313     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #4)
211  314     ActLabs GSC TGI4 whole rock analysis (variant #5)
212  364     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS(8+Mo+As), LOI
213  365     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS(8+Mo+V+As), LOI
214  366     Chemex (URP lake sediment) AAS(8+Mo+As), ISE(F), LOI
215  367     GSC (URP lake and stream sediment) LOI
216  368     Barringer (URP surface water, BC, 1978) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
217  372     AECL (URP lake and stream sediment) NADNC(U) 20s irradiation, 20s count
218  373     Nuclear Activation Services Limited (lake sediment), Au
219  375     Novatrack Analysts Limited (URP stream sediment) NADNC(U)
220  376     Bondar Clegg (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH (1978-1981)
221  377     Min-En Laboratories Limited (URP surface water) FLUOR(U), ISE(F), pH
222  379     Bondar Clegg (stream sediments) AAS (8+Mo+V), COL(W), ISE(F)+ XRF(Ba), LOI
223  380     Nova Track Ltd (stream sediments) NADNC Uranium
224  382     GSC (surface water) Zn, Mn, Fe, Ca, Mg, Na, K, NO3, PO4, SO4, Cl, U, F, pH, alk
225  383     XRAL (NGR lake sediments) XRF (CO2,C-org, 5 elements and 11 compounds), LOI900
226  384     GSC (NGR surface water) AAS(7)), U, C-org, Cl, Br, NO3, SO4, PO4, F, pH, alk
227  385     In-situ (NGR surface water) cond, temp, O2, pH
228  386     Chemex (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U
229  387     Chemex (NGR lake sediment, 1982 samples) AAS (8+4), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, U, ISE(F)
230  388     Acme (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
231  389     Manitoba Gov't., Dept. of Environment(NGR surface water) (Fe dl = 30ppb)
232  390     Chemex (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+3), cold vapour (Hg), COL(W), NADNC(U)
233  391     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
234  392     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH (glass-calomel electrode meter)
235  393     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV (Hg), LOI500,  NADNC(U)
236  394     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, NADNC(U)
237  396     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
238  397     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F) and pH (Broadley-James meter)
239  398     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, NB, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
240  400     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+Cd+As+Mo+V+Sb), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, ISE(F), NADNC(U)
241  401     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI500, NADNC(U)
242  403     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), U
243  404     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F) and pH
244  405     Barringer (NGR stream sediment, BC, 1985) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
245  406     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7, CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI500, ISE(F), U
246  409     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS (Cd+As+Sn+Sb+Mo+V), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, ISE(F) , U
247  410     Barringer (NGR surface water) ISE(F), pH
248  412     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+7), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U
249  413     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10)
250  414     Barringer (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH, ICP(Ca, Mg), Alk
251  415     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, U(5**10)
252  416     Chemex (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI, NADNC (U-5**10)
253  417     Chemex (NGR stream sediment)  AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), COL(W), LOI, NADNC (U-5**10)
254  418     Bondar Clegg (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
255  419     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(5**10, He detector, 20s, d.l.=0.5)
256  420     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) 33 element +Au + Wt
257  421     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS 8+6+Ba (HCLO4 only)), CVAAS (Hg),W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
258  422     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), Ba (HClO4 only), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U(10**12)
259  423     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
260  424     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), ICP (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk(d.l.=1)
261  425     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), ICP (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk(d.l.=2)
262  426     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS (8+6), DCP (Ba), CVAAS (Hg), W, LOI, F, U
263  427     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+6), DCP (Ba), CV(Hg), COL (W), LOI at 500°C, F, U
264  428     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), AAS (Ca, Mg), pH and Alk (d.l.=1)
265  429     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+5), CV(Hg), LOI at 500C, F, U - 10**12 flux
266  430     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+6), DCP(Ba), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F, U
267  431     GSC (NGR surface water) Ca, Mg, F, pH, Alk
268  432     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+7), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F, U
269  433     Bondar Clegg (NGR surface water) ICP (9), U, F, pH, alk
270  434     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA-flux 1x10**11 (33 elements, Au + Wt)
271  435     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+7), CV(Hg), LOI, W, F,
272  436     Acme, (NGR lake sediment) Au, Pt, Pd
273  437     Chemex (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH, alk
274  438     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA-flux 1x10**11 (Au + Wt)
275  439     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+6), CV(Hg), LOI, F, U
276  440     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS (8+3+(Mo+V: 2.5 ml conc)), CVAAS (Hg), LOI, F, U(10**12)
277  441     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake sediment) INAA-flux 5.3x10**11 (33 elements, Au + Wt)
278  442     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake sediment) INAA-flux 5.3x10**11 (Au + Wt)
279  443     Bondar Clegg / Becquerel (NGR lake sediment) INAA-flux 1x10**11, counting 15 min (33 elements, Au + Wt)
280  444     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment) INAA (34 elements, Au + Wt)
281  445     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment, YT, 1990) INAA (Au + Wt)
282  446     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, YT, 1990) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
283  447     Barringer (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F, Sn
284  448     Bondar Clegg / unknown subcontractors (NGR lake sediment) INAA (33 elements, Au + Wt)
285  449     Barringer (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg), LOI, F
286  450     Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA (33 elements, Au + Wt)
287  451     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
288  452     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg), LOI, F [UNUSED]
289  453     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V,Sn), CV(Hg), LOI, F
290  454     Cantech (NGR surface water) LIF(U), ISE(F), pH
291  456     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
292  458     Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA (Au + Wt)
293  459     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI
294  460     Cantech (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
295  461     Cantech (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg – d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F [UNUSED]
296  462     Becquerel (NGR lake or stream sediment) INAA (33+Au + wt)
297  463     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.2 ppm ), Sn, LOI
298  464     Cantech (NGR surface water) pH and conductivity
299  465     GSC (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (U)
300  466     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F
301  467     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+3), CV(Hg), LOI, F
302  468     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment, NV, 1995) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F
303  469     Bondar Clegg (NGR lake sediment) AAS(8+Cd,Mo,V), CV(Hg - d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F
304  470     Bondar Clegg (NGR stream sediment) AAS(8+4), CV(Hg – d.l. 5ppb), LOI, F
305  471     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS (35+Au), LOI
306  472     GSC (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (31 elements), ICP-ES (7 elements)
307  473     Cantech (NGR surface water, BC, 2000) pH, U, F, sulphate
308  474     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment) INAA (34 elements, Au + Wt) (Rb, d.l.= 15)
309  475     Cantech (NGR stream sediment)  AAS(8+4), CV(Hg), LOI, F, FA/ICP-MS (Pt, Pd) F
310  476     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), Sn, LOI
311  477     Cantech (NGR surface water) pH and conductivity [UNUSED]
312  478     Acme (NGR stream sediment) ICP-MS/ICP-ES (35+Au), LOI
313  480     Cantech (NGR surface water, BC, 2001) pH, U, F, sulphate
314  481     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (32 + Au)
315  482     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 element), LOI, Sn, F
316  484     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) ICP-MS (25)
317  485     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 elements, W, d.l.=0.1 ppm), LOI
318  486     GSC/ACL (NGR surface water) Ion Chromatography (Clˉ, Fˉ, NO3ˉ, SO42ˉ), ICP-MS (25)
319  487     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (33 + Au)
320  488     Field Camp (surface water) pH and Conductivity
321  489     Acme (NGR stream sediment) IPC-MS / ICP-ES (35 element), LOI, Sn (LiBO2 fusion), F
322  490     Becquerel (NGR stream and lake sediments) INAA (34 + Au)
323  492     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au)
324  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)
325  494     Field Camp (NGR surface water) pH and Conductivity
326  495     Cantech (NGR surface water) ICP-MS(U), Ion Chromatography(F)
327  496     Becquerel (NGR stream sediment) INAA (25 elements + Au + Wt)
328  497     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment) INAA (24 elements + Au + Wt)
329  498     ActLabs (NGR stream sediment, BC, 1981, re-analysis) INAA (Au + Wt)
330  499     Bondar Clegg (stream sediment) INAA (25 + Au) [UNUSED]
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