Till sampling survey, NTS 21P/12 (Bathurst), 21P/13 (Pointe Verte), northern New Brunswick, 2004-2005.
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Basal till samples were collected in northern New Brunswick in the Pointe Verte map area in 2004 and in the Bathurst map area in 2005. A total of 125 samples were collected. Approximately 75 pebbles were also collected at each site.
As of May 2014, the data have not yet been published. Sample locations can be found on New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources Map Plates 2007-11 (21P/12) and 2007-12 (21P/13).
|1||Parkhill, M.A., Desrosiers, M. (2005).Quaternary geology and till geochemistry projects in northern New Brunswick. In Abstracts, 2005: Exploration and Mining, Mining New Brunswick, Shasta A.A. Merlini (ed.). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Minerals, Policy and Planning, Information Circular 2005-1, p. 31. (more)|
|2||Parkhill, M., Desrosiers, M. (2010). Location of basal till samples in the Pointe-Verte map area (NTS 21P/13), Gloucester and Restigouche counties, New Brunswick. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 2007-12. (more)|
|3||Parkhill, M., Desrosiers, M. (2010). Location of basal till samples of the Bathurst map area (NTS 21P/12), Gloucester and Restigouche counties, New Brunswick. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 2007-11. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 21P/12 (Bathurst) and 13 ((Point Verte) in northern New Brunswick. It is bounded to the north by Chaleur Bay and to the northeast by Nepisiguit Bay.
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