Biogeochemical survey, NTS 64C/15, Lynn Lake area, Manitoba, 1985.
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A total of 74 black spruce bark samples were collected two days in June, 1985 over the Rushed Au-As occurrence at Dot lake, northern Manitoba. Outer bark samples were collected from the same 800 m transect where black spruce needles and twigs were collected in 1983. The samples were collected at 10 m intervals and each sample represents the bark of five black spruce trees within 1-2 m of the sampling point.
The data are published in Manitoba Energy and Mines Open File Report OF86-6.
|1||Fedikow, M.A.F. (1986). Detection of gold mineralization and lithologic mapping withing the Agassiz Metallotect (Lynn Lake area) utilizing black spruce (Picea mariana) bark. Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services, Open File Report OF86-6, 61 p. (more)|
|1||1983-1985||Agassiz Vegetation Geochemical Project, 1983-1985. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 64C/15 (Cockeram Lake), the Rushed showing (Dot Lake) in the Lynn Lake area, northern Manitoba. It is bounded to the north by Dot Lake and the centre of the study area is located approximately 6 km northeast of the town of Lynn Lake. Highway 391 is located about 1.7 km south of the study area.
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