Soil sampling survey, NTS 52L/12, southeast Manitoba, 2004-2005.
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In 2004, 33 humus samples were collected in the area of the Mayville Igneous Complex, southeast Manitoba. Seven more humus samples were collected in 2005. Samples were analysed for Pt, Pd and Au to investigate their usefulness as pathfinders to Ni–Cu–platinum group element (PGE) sulphide mineralization that is known to occur in rocks underlying this area.
The data are published in Manitoba Industry, Economic Development and Mines Open File Report OF2006-1.
|1||Theyer, P. (2006). Humus sampling in the Mayville Igneous Complex, southeastern Manitoba (NTS 52L12): using the mobility of palladium in aqueous surficial environments as a guide to nickel-copper-platinum group element mineralization. Manitoba Industry, Economic Development and Mines, Mineral Resources Division, Manitoba Geological Survey, Open File Report OF2006-1. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers a small part of NTS 52L/12 (Maskwa Lake) in southeastern Manitoba. The centre of the study area is located approximately 12 km west of Highway 314, 34 km west of the Manitoba-Ontario border and 5 km north of Maskwa Lake.
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