Lake sediment sampling survey, Sept-Rivières, Quebec, 2007.
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In autumn 2007, lake bottom sediments were collected in the Sept-Rivières regional county municipality (Sept-Îles region), Quebec. In total, 1657 samples were collected by Geo Data Solutions GDS Inc. over an area of 21,500 km2 with a sampling density of approximately 1 sample per 13 km2.
The samples were analysed by ICP-MS for 53 elements after an aqua regia digestion at Acme Labs Vancouver.
The data are published in Quebec Department of Natural Resources and Wildlife promotional document PRO 2008-07.
|1||Labbé, J-Y., Moukhsil, A. (2008). Nouvelles données géochimiques de sédiments de fonds de lacs dans la MRC Sept-Rivières (région de Sept-Îles). Ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune, PRO 2008-07, 8 p. (more)|
|1||2007-2009||Côte-Nord Project, 2007-2009 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 22G (Cap-Chat), most of 22J (Sept-Îles) and part of 22O (Lac Fouquet) in the Regional Municipality of County Sept-Rivières (region of Sept-Îles), Quebec. It is bounded to the southeast by the St. Lawrence River and to the east by longitude 66°W. Lac Manicouagan is located approximately 35 km west of the northwest corner of the study area.
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