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Open File 1355



Open File:  1355
Previous OF publication(s):  
Province / Territory:  New Brunswick
Funding Source:  Federal and Provincial
Year of Collection:  1986

Survey Type:  Regional Stream Survey
# Lake sites:  0
# Stream sites:  753
Survey Area:  4465 km²
NTS Sheet(s):  021G, 021H

The regional stream survey for southern New Brunswick (parts of NTS 21G, 21H) was conducted during the summer of 1986.

This report presents analytical and statistical data for 20 elements in stream sediments from 753 sample sites, collected at an average density of one sample per 5.9 km². Loss-on-ignition in sediments, and uranium, fluoride, and pH values in waters from these sites are included in this report.

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Analytical Data

Sediments
variablemethoddetection limityear of analysis
AntimonyHY-AAS0.2 ppm1986
ArsenicHY-AAS1 ppm1986
BariumAAS40 ppm1986
CadmiumAAS0.2 ppm1986
CobaltAAS2 ppm1986
CopperAAS2 ppm1986
FluorineISE40 ppm1986
GoldFA-NA1 ppb1986
IronAAS0.02 pct1986
LeadAAS2 ppm1986
Loss-on-ignitionGRAV1 pct1986
ManganeseAAS5 ppm1986
MercuryCV-AAS10 ppb1986
MolybdenumAAS2 ppm1986
NickelAAS2 ppm1986
Sample WeightGRAV0.01 gms1986
SilverAAS0.2 ppm1986
TinAAS1 ppm1986
TungstenCOL2 ppm1986
UraniumNADNC0.5 ppm1986
VanadiumAAS5 ppm1986
ZincAAS2 ppm1986
Waters
variablemethoddetection limityear of analysis
FluorideISE20 ppb1986
UraniumLIF0.05 ppb1986
pHGCM 1986

Acknowledgements:

The reconnaissance surveys were undertaken by the Geological Survey of Canada in conjunction with the New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy (Mineral Resources Division), under the Canada - New Brunswick Mineral Development Agrrement (1984 - 1989).

E.H.W. Hornbrook directed the survey.

P.W.B. Friske coordinated the operational activities of contract and Geological Survey of Canada staff.

Collection:
Contractor and supervisor details for sample collection
CategoryResponsible Party
Contractor:McElhanney Services Ltd, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Supervisor:P.W.B. Friske (GSC)
Preparation:
Contractor and supervisor details for sample preparation
CategoryResponsible Party
Contractor:Golder Associates, Ottawa, Ontario
Supervisor:J.J. Lynch (GSC)
Analysis:
Contractor and supervisor details for sample preparation
CategoryResponsible Party
Contractor:Bondar-Clegg & Company Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario Barringer Magenta Laboratories (Alberta), Ltd., Calgary, Alberta Chemex Labs, Ltd. North Vancouver, British Columbia
Supervisor:J.J. Lynch (GSC), D.J. Ellwood (GSC)

Other information:

Gold was usually determined on 10-gram sample, allowing a detection limit of 1 ppb; sample weights less than 10 grams resulted in a detection limit of 2 ppb. Sample weights less that 5 grams resulted in a detection limit of 4 ppb.

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