Till sampling survey, NTS 21J/4 (Woodstock), southwest New Brunswick, 1999.
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During the summer and fall of 1999, 120 till samples were collected from 114 sites in the Woodstock area, southwest New Brunswick. Sampling was based on a 2 km grid. Basal lodgement till or basal meltout till comprised the sample medium at most sites. Sample pits were excavated by hand to at least 0.1 m into the C-horizon if possible. Sample pits were cleaned out and sampled by hand with a stainless steel hunting knife to loosen material. Approximately 5 kg of till was collected. Pebbles were also collected from the C-horizon. The data are published in New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Open File 2000-3.
Paper report, data on diskette.
<0.063 mm fraction analyzed by INAA for 35 elements; by ICP-ES for 20 elements; by ICP-MS for Bi, Ge, In, Se, Sn, Te and Tl; by CV-AAS for Hg.
Geochem Maps Available:
<2 mm fraction of till used for grain size analyses.
|1||Seaman, A.A. (2000). Till geochemistry and glacial dispersal in the eastern part of the Woodstock (NTS 21 J/04) map area, Carleton County, New Brunswick. In Current Research 1999, B.M.W. Carroll (ed.). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Minerals and Energy Division, Mineral Resource Report 2000-4, p. 51-71. (more)|
|2||Seaman, A.A. (2000). Till geochemistry of the New Brunswick part of the Woodstock (NTS 21 J/04) map area, Carleton County: site and geochemical data. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Minerals and Energy Division, Open File 2000-3, 45 p. (more)|
|3||Allard, S. (2004). Levelling methods for regional till geochemistry data from southwestern New Brunswick. In Geological Investigations in New Brunswick for 2003, G.L. Martin (ed.). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Minerals, Policy and Planning Division, Mineral Resource Report 2004-4, p.1-20. (more)|
|4||Allard, S., Seaman, A.A., Pronk, A.G., Boldon, G.R. (2005). Till geochemistry of southwestern New Brunswick. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Mineral Resource Report MRR 2005-6 (digital). (more)|
|1||1990-2005||Quaternary geology and till geochemistry project, southwest and west central New Brunswick, 1995-2004 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers the Canadian part of NTS 21J/4, the Woodstock map area, southwest New Brunswick. It is bounded to the west by the U.S. – Canada border with Maine.
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