Survey Metadata

Stream sediment

New Brunswick

1979

Stream sediment survey, NTS 21H/6, 11, southern New Brunswick, 1979-1980.





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Survey Description


In 1979 and 1980, stream sediments were collected at about 300 m intervals on all major streams and rivers in the Salmon River – Goose River area, southern New Brunswick.  The -80 mesh fraction of the samples was analysed by the New Brunswick DNRE using AAS.

A summary of the work can be found in New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Report of Investigation 21 (includes map plates for Cu, Pb, Zn and U).

Publication History

Index Publication
1 McLeod, M.J. (1980). Geochemistry of stream and spring sediments of the Big Salmon River – Goose River area (21H/6, 21H/11), Copper. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Map Plate 80-22a. (more)
2 McLeod, M.J. (1980). Geochemistry of stream and spring sediments of the Big Salmon River – Goose River area (21H/6, 21H/11), Lead. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Map Plate 80-22b. (more)
3 McLeod, M.J. (1980). Geochemistry of stream and spring sediments of the Big Salmon River – Goose River area (21H/6, 21H/11), Uranium. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Map Plate 80-22d. (more)
4 McLeod, M.J. (1980). Geochemistry of stream and spring sediments of the Big Salmon River – Goose River area (21H/6, 21H/11), Zinc. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Map Plate 80-22c. (more)
5 McLeod, M.J. (1980). Geochemistry of stream and spring sediments of the Big Salmon River – Goose River area (21H/6, 21H/11), sample numbers. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Map Plate 80-22. (more)
6 McLeod, M.J. (1987). Geology, geochemistry, and mineral deposits of the Big Salmon River – Goose River area, New Brunswick, Map area S-27 and parts of R-27, S-26, and T-26 (parts of 21H/6 and 21H/11).  New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Report of Investigation 21, 47 p. + 9 maps. (more)

Geographic Extent

Minimum Latitude Maximum Latitude Minimum Longitude Maximum Longitude
45.41° 45.63° -65.43° -65.07°

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  • Geochemistry of stream and spring sediments of the Big Salmon River – Goose River area (21H/6, 21H/11), Uranium. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Map Plate 80-22d.

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