Lake sediment and water survey, NTS 92N, O, P, 93A, B, central British Columbia, 2006.
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Helicopter-supported sample collection was carried out in August 2006 in the South Nechako and Cariboo Basins, central British Columbia. A total of 1445 lake sediment and water samples were collected from 1370 sites. The average sample density was one site per 13 km2 over the 18,000 km2 survey area.
The data are published in Geoscience BC Report 2007-6 (Project 2006-013).
This survey was carried out using National Geochemical Reconnaissance (NGR) protocols.
|1||Jackaman, W. (2007). South Nechako Basin and Cariboo Basin lake sediment and water geochemical survey (NTS 92O, 92P, 93A, 93B). Geoscience BC, Report 2007-6. (more)|
|2||Jackaman, W., Balfour, J.S. (2007). South Nechako Basin and Cariboo Basin lake sediment geochemical survey (parts of NTS 092N, O, P; 093A, B), central British Columbia. In Geological Fieldwork 2006, A summary of field activities and current research. British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 2007-1/Geoscience BC, Report 2007-1, p. 311-314. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 92N (Mount Waddington), 92O (Taseko Lakes), 92P (Bonaparte Lake), 93A (Quesnel Lake) and 93B (Quesnel) in the South Nechako and Cariboo Basins, central British Columbia. The city of Williams Lake is located in the north-central part of the study area.
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