Till sampling survey, NTS 21O/9, northern New Brunswick, 1985.
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In 1985, 265 till sites were sampled on a regularly spaced 2 km grid in the Tetagouche Lakes area of northern New Brunswick. B-horizon and C-horizon samples were taken. The data are published in New Brunswick Department of Forests, Mines and Energy Geological Notes Series P.M. 86-216. Some samples from this area were re-analysed and published in New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Open File 2002-9.
Paper report with partial data lists. Rest of analytical results available separately.
C-horizon <0.002 mm fraction by AAS for 10 elements; by colourimetry for As; by XRF for Sb. B-horizon <0.177 mm by AAS for 8 elements; by colourimetry for Mo and Sb; heavy minerals by INAA for 21 elements.
Geochem Maps Available:
Map showing dispersal of Au (B-, C-horizons, pan concentrate) and As with element value (as a number) at each site.
Heavy minerals taken from sites with base metal and/or gold pathfinder anomalies.
|1||Pronk, A.G. (1986). Till geochemistry of Tetagouche Lakes map area (21 O/9), New Brunswick. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Geological Surveys Branch, Geological Notes Series PM 86-216. (more)|
|2||Pronk, A.G., Burton, D.M. (1988). Till geochemistry as a technique for gold exploration in northern New Brunswick. Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (CIM) Bulletin, v. 81, p. 90-98. (more)|
|3||Pronk, A.G., Lamothe, M. (1988). Quaternary geology, till geochemistry and gold exploration in northern New Brunswick. In Prospecting in Areas of Glaciated Terrain – 1988, D.R. MacDonald, K.A. Mills (eds). Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by the Geology Division of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Halifax, N.S., August 28-September 3, 1988, p. 81-101. (more)|
|4||Pronk, A.G., Parkhill, M.A. (1991). Location of till and soil samples in north-central New Brunswick (N.T.S. 21 O/9, 10 and 15 and parts of 22 B/1 and 2). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Mineral Resources Division, Map Plate 91-25C. (more)|
|5||Parkhill, M.A. (1994). Surficial geology and till geochemistry in northern New Brunswick: summary of projects and current database. In Current Research 1993. S.A.A. Merlini (compiler and ed.). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Minerals and Energy, Miscellaneous Report 12, p. 129-146. (more)|
|6||Parkhill, M.A. (1997). Surficial geology and till geochemistry in northern New Brunswick: summary of ExTech-II projects and current database. In Current Research 1996. B.M.W. Carroll (ed.). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Minerals and Energy Division, Mineral Resource Report 97-4, p.201-233. (more)|
|7||Dickson, M.L. (2001). Drift prospecting and Quaternary geology in the Atholville and Charlo map areas, northern New Brunswick. M.Sc. thesis, University of New Brunswick. (more)|
|8||Dickson, M.L. (2002). Drift prospecting and Quaternary geology in the Atholville and Charlo map areas, northern New Brunswick. (NTS 21 O/15, 16. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Open File 2002-9, 171p. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 21O/9, Tetagouche Lakes map area, in northern New Brunswick. Highway 180 runs east-west through the centre of the study area.
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