Soil sampling, NTS 63O, Thompson area, central Manitoba.
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Profile soil sampling of eutric brunisols (generally developed in fine-textured and slowly permeable lacustrine sediment) was carried out at 6 sites northwest of Thompson, Manitoba. No sampling year was given. The objectives were: to determine dominant soil profile characteristics; to assess which soil forming processes are most active; and, to provide a geochemical assessment of selected elements. Auger-sampling at 23 additional sites was carried out to supply sufficient sampling material for the geochemical assessment. The study is published in Transactions of the Missouri Academy of Science, v.36.
Paper report, some cation data reported. Results for Ba, Ni, Sr, Zn and Zr reported for 6 soil sites.
<2.00 mm fraction analyzed by ICP-AES after aqua regia and by INAA.
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<2.00 mm analyzed for major elements.
|1||Aide, M.T., Cwick, G.J. (2002). Elemental distributions in eutric brunisols from the northern glacial Lake Agassiz region of Manitoba. Transactions of the Missouri Academy of Science, v.36, p.49-54. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 63O (Nelson House), the Thompson area, central Manitoba. It extends about 45 km west of Thompson. Highway 391 cuts east-west through the middle of the study area.
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