Stream sediment sampling survey, Lac Saint-Patrice area, Pontiac county, Quebec, 1967.
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In 1967, a stream sediment sampling survey was conducted in the Lac Saint-Patrice area, Quebec (parts of NTS 31F/14, 15 and 31K/2, 3, 6, 7). The area covers 4000 km2. A total of 112 samples were collected at an average density of 1 sample per 35.7 km2 and analysed for Cu, Pb, Zn, Mo, Ni and U.
The data are published in preliminary report RP-578, Department of Natural Resources, Quebec, 1969.
|1||Katz, M. B. (1969). Geology of Saint-Patrice Lake and Portage-du-Fort areas, Pontiac county, Quebec. Department of Natural Resources, Preliminary Report PR-578. (more)|
|2||Katz, M. B. (1969). Géologie des régions du lac Saint-Patrice et de Portage-du-Fort, comté du Pontiac, Québec. Ministère des Richesses naturelles, Rapport préliminaire RP-578. (more)|
|1||1964-1981||Stream sediment, soil sampling surveys, Outaouais area, Quebec, 1964-1981. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 31F/14 (Pembroke), /15 (Fort-Coulonge) and 31K/2 (Lac Usborne), /3 (Chalk River), /6 (Lac St-Patrice), /7 (Lac Duval). The Lac Saint-Patrice area is located in Pontiac county, contains all of the townships of Waltham, Île-des-Allumettes, Chichester, Sheen, Bryson, Auray, Esher, Brie, Croisille, Dulhut, Anjou, Forant, La Tourette and parts of Mansfield, Pontefract, Gillies, Poitou, Flandre, Malakoff, Dontenwill, Provence, Marche, Rochefort and Gascogne. Several towns and villages border the Ottawa River in this area. The most important town is Chapeau.
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