Alluvial heavy minerals
Stream sediment sampling, parts of NTS 21E and 21L, Estrie and Beauce regions, Quebec, 1985
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During the summer of 1985 in the region of Estrie-Beauce, Quebec, heavy mineral preconcentrates were extracted from stream sediments by running about 250 kg of stream gravels through a portable suction dredge. A total of 703 samples were collected from as many sites resulting in an average density of one sample per 11.8 km2 over the 8300 km2 study area. The data are published in Geological Survey of Canada Open File 1332.
|1||Maurice, Y.T. (1986). Interpretation of a reconnaissance geochemical heavy mineral survey in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. In Current Research, Part A. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 86-1A, p. 307-317. (more)|
|2||Maurice, Y.T. (1986). Résultats et Interprétation d'un Levé Géochimique de Minéraux Lourds, Régions de l'Estrie et de la Beauce, Québec. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1332. (more)|
|3||Maurice, Y.T. (1988). Répartition du Cr, Pt, Pd et Ir dans les depots de surface de l’Estrie-Beauce, Québec. In Current Research, Part B. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 88-1B, p. 1-8. (more)|
|1||1984-1994||Heavy Mineral Project, Gaspé region, Quebec 1984-1992 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 21E/11, 13, 14, 15, 21L/2, 3 and parts of NTS 21E/7, 9, 10, 16 in the Estrie-Beauce region, southern Quebec. It is bounded to the southeast by the Quebec – Maine (U.S. A.) border.
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