Soil, Selective extraction
Soil sampling survey, NTS 64A/1, 8, Assean Lake area, northeastern Manitoba, 1994.
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In late September 1994, 22 B-horizon soil samples were collected in the Assean Lake area, northeastern Manitoba. Samples were collected from hand-dug pits approximately 50 m apart on the Hunt Transect. Samples weighed approximately 2 kg and organic material was excluded from the sample.
Before ICP-MS analysis, two selective digestions were used: enzyme leach and mobile metal ion (MMI).
The data are published in Manitoba Energy and Mines Open File Report OF98-3.
|1||Fedikow, M.A.F., Ziehlke, D.V. (1998). Enzyme leach and mobile metal ion B-horizon soil geochemical signatures of buried geophysical conductors, Assean Lake area, northeast Manitoba. Manitoba Energy and Mines, Geological Services, Open File Report OF98-3. (more)|
|1||1996-2001||Manitoba Enzyme Leach Project, 1996-2001. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers a very small part of the northwest corner of NTS 64A/1 (Split Lake) north into 64/A8 (Crying Lake) an area covering the Hunt Transect in northeastern Manitoba. It is bounded to the north and south by Assean Lake. The centre of the study area is located approximately 19 km west of the town of Split Lake.
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