Till sampling, NTS 11F, southeastern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, 1990-1991.
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An orientation survey was carried out in the Mira-Framboise area, Cape Breton Island in 1990 to determine the best sampling medium for the regional till sampling survey to be carried out in 1991. Approximately 130 till samples were collected from 4 sections along the coast and from 25 smaller sections sampled in detail around the Yava, Deep Cove, MacIntyre Lake, Copper Shaft and Blue Mountain base metal occurrences. The data from the 1990 orientation survey and from the 1991 regional survey are published in GSC Open File 2533.
Paper report; digital files on diskette.
<0.063 mm fraction by ICP after HCl-HNO3 (3:1) for 28 elements and by fire assay-DCP for Au.
Geochem Maps Available:
Proportional symbol plots show regional dispersal of elements.
|1||McClenaghan, M.B., DiLabio, R.N.W., Laurus, K.A. (1992). Till geochemistry and clast lithology data for the Mira - Framboise area, southeastern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 2533. (more)|
|2||McClenaghan, M.B., DiLabio, R.N.W. (1993). Till geochemistry and its implications for mineral exploration; southeastern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. In Applied Quaternary Research, P.T. Bobrowsky, D.G.E. Liverman (ed.). Quaternary International, v. 20, p.107-122. (more)|
|1||1990-1992||Southeastern Cape Breton Island till sampling survey, 1990-1991 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers Mira (NTS 11F/16)) and Framboise (11F/9) areas of southeastern Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. It is bounded to the south by the Atlantic Ocean.
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