Stream sediment sampling survey, NTS 31H/16 east, Drummondville area (eastern part), Quebec, 1966.
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In 1966, a stream sediment sampling survey was conducted in the Drummondville area, Quebec. The area covers 550 km2. A total of 216 samples were collected at an average density of 1 sample per 2.5 km2 and analysed for Cu, Mo, Pb, Zn, Ni and U.
The data are published in preliminary report RP-569, Department of Natural Resources, Quebec, 1969,
|1||Globensky, Y. (1969). Geology of Drummondville area (eastern part), Arthabaska, Drummond and Richmond counties, Québec. Department of Natural Resources, Preliminary Report PR-569. (more)|
|2||Globensky, Y. (1969). Géologie de la région de Drummondville (partie est), comtés d'Arthabaska, Drummond et Richmond, Québec. Ministère des Richesses naturelles, Rapport préliminaire RP-569. (more)|
|1||1965-1971||Stream sediment sampling surveys, Centre-du-Québec area, Quebec, 1965-1971. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 31H/16 (east) (Drummondville). The Drummondville area (east half) is 75 miles east-southeast of Montreal and 80 miles west-southwest of Quebec City. The northern part of the area is in Arthabaska county, the central and southwestern parts in Drummond county and the southeastern part in Richmond county. The area includes Warwick and Kingsey townships. Danville is the largest village in the area.
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