Well water, Groundwater
Groundwater sampling survey, NTS 31M/3, 6, 11, Témiscamingue area, Quebec, 1975-1979.
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During the summer of 1975 and 1979, a geochemical survey was carried out over an area of approximately 2000 km2 in the Témiscamingue area, Quebec. Approximately 800 samples were collected from wells and springs at an average density of 1 sample per 2.7 km2. Samples were analysed for 25 elements in 1975 and 20 in 1979. The atomic absorption technique was principally used for the analysis. The data are published in DV83-02, Department of Natural Resources, Quebec.
|1||Lalonde, J.-P., Pelletier, M. (1983). Atlas géochimique des eaux souterraines et des sols, région du Témiscamingue, Province de Québec. Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources, Document divers DV 83-02. (more)|
|1||1964-1980||Groundwater, soil and stream sediment sampling surveys, Témiscamingue, Quebec, 1964-1980 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 31M/11 (Angliers), 31M/6 (Ville-Marie) and part of 31M/3 (Fabre). This survey is bounded to the west by Lake Timiskaming, includes the village Notre-Dame-du-Nord and the village Fabre, Quebec.
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