Biogeochemical survey, NTS 52M/3, Bissett area, southeastern Manitoba, 1985.
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In January 1985, samples of black spruce and dwarf birch were collected from a single transect over a 600 m2 frozen bog in the Bissett area, southeastern Manitoba. Sites along the transect were approximately 50 m apart. The following samples were collected:
|Sample Type||Number of Samples|
|black spruce twigs||13|
|black spruce needles||13|
|black spruce outer bark||13|
|dwarf birch twigs||13|
The data are published in Manitoba Energy and Mines Open File Report OF 86-3.
|1||Fedikow, M.A.F. (1987). Results of a vegetation geochemical survey near Bissett, southeastern Manitoba. Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services, Open File Report OF86-3, 116 p. (more)|
|Minimum Latitude||Maximum Latitude||Minimum Longitude||Maximum Longitude|
The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers a small part of NTS 52M/3 (Aikens Lake) in the Bissett area, southeastern Manitoba. The centre of the study area is located approximately halfway between the town of Bissett and the Manitoba-Ontario border. It is located about 6 km southeast of the old Jeep Mine. Wallace Lake is located approximately 5 km east and Bennett Lake 2 km southeast of the study area.
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