Stream sediment, Lake sediment
Heavy mineral sampling survey, Basse-Péribonka region, Lac-St-Jean, Dubuc and Roberval counties, Quebec, 1967.
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In the summer of 1967, a heavy mineral sampling survey was conducted in the Basse-Péribonka region, Quebec. The area covers 3000 km2. A total of 1400 samples were collected at an average density of 1 sample per 2.1 km2. These samples were prepared and analysed as follow:
The data are published in Open File DP-132, Department of Natural Resources, 1972.
|1||LaSalle, P., LaSalle, Y.R. (1972). Étude de reconnaissance des minéraux lourds de la Basse-Péribonka, Lac-St-Jean, comtés de Lac-St-Jean, Dubuc et Roberval, Québec. Ministère des Richesses naturelles, Dossier public DP-132. (more)|
|1||1964-1970||Stream sediment, heavy mineral sampling surveys, Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean area, Quebec, 1964-1970. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 32A/9 (Roberval), /16 (Dolbeau-Mistassini) and 22D/12 (Alma). The Basse-Péribonka region is located in Lac-St-Jean, Dubuc and Roberval counties. It is bounded by latitudes 48°39' and 49° and longitudes 71°75' and 72°30'.
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