Till sampling survey, NTS 64B/5, Darrol Lake area, northern Manitoba, 1987-1988.
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Till sampling was carried out in the Darrol Lake area, south of Ruttan Mine, Manitoba, to determine the potential for gold mineralization:
|Year||Number of Samples|
|1987||23 (19 till, 4 littoral sand)|
The samples were processed for heavy minerals, including gold. The raw data have not been published. A summary of the work can be found in Manitoba Energy and Mines, Report of Field Activities, 1988.
|1||Nielsen, E. (1987). Till geochemistry in selected areas of northern Manitoba. In Manitoba Energy and Mines, Report of Field Activities 1987, p. 27-29. (more)|
|2||Nielsen, E., Gobert, G. (1988). Till geochemistry in northern Manitoba. In Manitoba Department of Energy and Mines, Report of Field Activities 1988, p. 161-166. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 64B/5 (Pemichigamau Lake), the Darrol Lake area, northern Manitoba. It is located approximately 22 km southeast of the town of Leaf Rapids and 12 km south of the Ruttan Mine.
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