GEM Multiple Metals: Northeast Manitoba Project 2008-2013.
The Geological Survey of Canada’s (GSC) Geo-Mapping for Energy and Minerals (GEM) Multiple Metals: Northeast Manitoba Project was initiated in 2008 in support of the Manitoba Geological Survey’s (MGS) Far North Geomapping Initiative to address the geoscience knowledge deficit in Manitoba’s far north. In an effort to stimulate and support private sector investment in mineral exploration in this region, the project’s multidisciplinary team (federal, provincial, university-based collaborators and students) have focused their mapping activities on high mineral potential areas such as the Great Island–Seal River area in Manitoba's far northeast.
In 2009 and 2010, till samples were collected in the Great Island – Caribou Lake area and the data are published in Geological Survey of Canada Open File 6967/Manitoba Geological Survey Open File OF2011-4.
|1||Till sampling survey, NTS 54L, M, 64I, P, Great Island-Caribou Lake area, northeast Manitoba, 2009-2010. (more)|
Funding was provided by Geomapping for Energy and Minerals (GEM) program of the Geological Survey of Canada in collaboration with the Manitoba Geological Survey through funding from the Manitoba Far North Geomapping Initiative.
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