Biogeochemical survey, NTS 93J/11, Weedon Lake area, central British Columbia, 1988-1989.
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On May 27-28, 1988 and May 24-27, 1989, spruce trees were sampled over a 150 km2 area near Weedon Lake in central British Columbia to assist in the mapping of subsurface bedrock geology. Black spruce twigs were collected along seven traverse lines across the Weedon Fault at 250 m intervals within 1 km on either side of the fault. Additional samples were collected at 500 m intervals between 1 and 3 km away from the fault. A total of 151 samples were collected.
The data and a summary of the work are published in Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin 480.
|1||Chan, D. Struik, L.C. (1995). Spruce tree chemistry to assist in geological mapping of an overburden-covered extensional fault, central British Columbia. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 480, 48 p. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 93J/11 (Weedon Lake) in central British Columbia. Weedon Lake is located in the northeast part of the study area and the town of Bear Lake is located approximately 32 km southeast from the centre of the study area.
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