NGR stream sediment and water survey, NTS 92J, Pemberton, British Columbia, 1981
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During the summer of 1981, helicopter and truck-supported stream sediment and water sampling was carried out in the Pemberton area of southern British Columbia. Samples were collected at an average density of 1 sample per 16.6 km2. One field duplicate sample was routinely collected in each analytical block of 20 samples. The data were published in Geological Survey of Canada Open File 867 and in British Columbia Regional Geochemical Survey RGS-9 in 1982. In 1994, original field and analytical results as well as new INAA data for 26 elements were released as GSC OF 2667/BC RGS-41.
This survey was carried out using National Geochemical Reconnaissance (NGR) protocols.
|1||Geological Survey of Canada (1982). Regional stream sediment and water geochemical reconnaissance data, British Columbia. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 867/British Columbia Regional Geochemical Survey RGS 9. (more)|
|2||McMillan, W.J. (1982). Regional Geochemical Survey Hope, Ashcroft, and Pemberton map-areas (92H,I, and J). In Geological Fieldwork 1981, A summary of field activities of the Geological Branch, Mineral Resources Division. British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Paper 1982-1, p.270-271. (more)|
|3||Jackaman, W., Matysek, P.F. (1994). British Columbia Regional Geochemical Survey NTS 92J - Pemberton; stream sediment and water geochemical data. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 2667/British Columbia Regional Geochemical Survey 41. (more)|
This PDF file contains the introductory text for GSC Open File 2667. It was scanned from the original document. The data are not included in this file.
The data are packaged as a single zip file, compatible with modern operating systems.
This PDF file contains the introductory text for GSC Open File 867. It was scanned from the original document. The data are not included in this file.
WARNING: the data on the diskette may have been packaged as a 16 bit self-extracting executable file, which is incompatible with 64 bit Windows computers.
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 92J in British Columbia.
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