Reconnaissance biogeochemical survey, parts of NTS 11D, E, F, eastern Nova Scotia, 1987.
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In late May 1987, samples were collected from 854 sites within a 5000 km2 area of the Meguma terrane of eastern Nova Scotia (parts of NTS 11D, E and F). Over 250 of these sites comprised detailed surveys over zones in the Beaver Dam area, leaving 593 sites as the regional component of the study. Balsam fir twigs were the primary sample medium and the data are published in Geological Survey of Canada Open File 2002. Red spruce twigs and shrub alder were also collected at most sites for future study. Red spruce bark was collected from every fifth tree and these data are published in Prospecting in Areas of Glaciated Terrain – 1988.
|1||Dunn, C.E. (1988). Reconnaissance level biogeochemical surveys for gold in Canada. In Prospecting in Areas of Glaciated Terrain – 1988, D.R. MacDonald, K.A. Mills (eds). Proceedings of a Symposium sponsored by the Geology Division of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Halifax, N.S., August 28-September 3, 1988, p. 433-448. (more)|
|2||Dunn, C.E., Banville, R.M.P., Adcock, S.W. (1989). Reconnaissance biogeochemical Survey, eastern Nova Scotia. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 2002. (more)|
|3||Rogers, P.J., Dunn, C.E. (1989). Regional biogeochemical surveys for gold in eastern Nova Scotia, Canada. Nova Scotia Department of Mines and Energy, Report of Activities 1988, Rep. 89-1, p. 71-78. (more)|
|4||Dunn, C.E. (1990). Reconnaissance level biogeochemical surveys for gold in Canada. Transactions of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy, Section B: Applied earth science, vol. 98, B153-222, p. B153-161. (more)|
|5||Dunn, C.E., Coker, W.B., Rogers, P.J. (1991). Reconnaissance and detailed geochemical surveys for gold in eastern Nova Scotia using plants, lake sediments, soil and till. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, v. 40, p. 143-163. (more)|
|6||Rogers, P.J., Dunn, C.E. (1993). Trace element chemistry of vegetation applied to mineral exploration in eastern Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, v. 48, p. 71-95. (more)|
|1||1987-1989||Eastern Nova Scotia vegetation survey, 1987 (more)|
Digital data used to produce GSC Open File 2002 (Dunn et al., 1989). The data are presented in several formats, according to how they were manipulated for the original publication (documented in README.TXT within the zip file).
This PDF file contains the introductory text for GSC Open File 2002. It was scanned from the original document. The data are not included in this file.
The introductory text to the Open File is available in PDF format.
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers the NE part of 11D, the SE part of 11E and the SW part of NTS 11F, in eastern Nova Scotia. It is bounded to the SE by the Atlantic Ocean and to the NE by Chedabucto Bay.
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