Till sampling survey, NTS 11E, northern mainland Nova Scotia, 1983-1984.
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Approximately 222 till samples were collected on northern mainland Nova Scotia in 1983 and 1984 at an average density of 1 sample per 13 km2. Samples were obtained from road cuts, sea cliffs and till pits at an average depth of 1.5 m below the modern solum. The data are published in Nova Scotia Department of Mines and Energy Open File Map 87-006 (Map 11-1987).
Paper map; map margin has data tables keyed to samples located on the map.
<0.002 mm fraction by AAS for at least 9 elements; by colourimetry for As and W and by fluorometry for U; heavy mineral concentrate (0.063-0.300 mm fraction) by AAS for Sn, Ba; by colourimetry for W.
Geochem Maps Available:
Sample sites with anomalous element levels are indicated on map.
Heavy mineral concentrate.
|1||Stea,R.R., Finck, P.W. (1984). A northward flowing glacier in Cumberland, Colchester and Pictou counties; geological evidence and effects on till geochemistry. In Nova Scotia Department of Mines and Energy Report 85-1, K.A. Mills, J.L. Bates (ed.), p. 69-84. (more)|
|2||Stea, R.R, Day, T.E., Ryan, R.J. (1986). Till and bedrock Cu-Pb-Zn geochemistry in northern Nova Scotia and its metallogenic implications. In Prospecting in Areas of Glaciated Terrain-1986, W.J. Phillips (chairperson), p. 241-260. (more)|
|3||Turner, R.G., Stea, R.R. (1987). Till geochemistry of northern mainland Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Department Mines and Energy, Open File Map 87-006; Map 11-87. (more)|
|4||Turner, R.G., Stea, R.R. (1990). Interpretation of till geochemical data in Nova Scotia, Canada, using mapped till units, multi-element anomaly patterns, and the relationship of till clast geology to matrix geochemistry. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, v. 37, p. 225-254. (more)|
|1||1982-1988||Northern mainland Nova Scotia till project, 1982-1986 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 11E/3, 6, 11, 14 and parts of 11E/2, 7, 10, 15 on northern mainland Nova Scotia. It is bounded to the north by Northumberland Strait.
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