Survey Metadata

Stream sediment

New Brunswick

  

Stream and spring sediment survey, NTS 21J/10, 15, central New Brunswick.





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Survey Description


Stream and spring sediment samples were collected in the Hayesville and Tuadook Lake map areas, central New Brunswick.  The year of collection is unknown.

The -120 and -250 mesh fractions of the samples were analysed by AAS by the Geological Surveys Branch of NB DNR using a hot HNO3 (concentrated) digestion.

The data are presented on a series of New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources map plates:

 

NB DNR Map Plate Data
MP 80-76a Cu
MP 80-76b Pb
MP 80-76c Zn
MP 80-76d Mo
MP 80-76e W
MP 80-76f U

 

 

Publication History

Index Publication
1 Austria, V. (1980). Copper content of stream and spring sediments, Dungarvon River-Rocky Brook area (21J/10, 21J/15D). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 80-76a. (more)
2 Austria, V. (1980). Lead content of stream and spring sediments, Dungarvon River-Rocky Brook area (21J/10, 21J/15D). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 80-76b. (more)
3 Austria, V. (1980). Molybdenum content of stream and spring sediments, Dungarvon River-Rocky Brook area (21J/10, 21J/15D). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 80-76d. (more)
4 Austria, V. (1980). Tungsten content of stream and spring sediments, Dungarvon River-Rocky Brook area (21J/10, 21J/15D). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 80-76e. (more)
5 Austria, V. (1980). Uranium content of stream and spring sediments, Dungarvon River-Rocky Brook area (21J/10, 21J/15D). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 80-76f. (more)
6 Austria, V. (1980). Zinc content of stream and spring sediments, Dungarvon River-Rocky Brook area (21J/10, 21J/15D). New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Map Plate 80-76c. (more)

Geographic Extent

Minimum Latitude Maximum Latitude Minimum Longitude Maximum Longitude
46.67° 46.8° -66.75° -66.5°

The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:

  • Covers parts of NTS 21J/10 (Hayesville) and 21J/15 (Tuadook Lake) in central New Brunswick.  It is bounded to the east by 66.5° W.  Highway 108 runs through the northeast corner of the study area.

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