Biogeochemical and till survey, Lennac Lake area, British Columbia, 1996
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During the summer of 1996, till and vegetation samples were collected in the area of the Lennac Lake prospects of the Babine Porphyry Belt, central British Columbia. Samples of lodgepole pine bark and alder twigs were collected from 130 sites with in an area of 100 km2 at a spacing of 200 m. Approximately 150 till samples were also collected. A short summary of the vegetation sampling can be found in Geological Association of Canada 1998, short course extended abstracts.
|1||Struik, L.C., MacIntyre, D.G. (1997). Nechako NAPMAP project overview, central British Columbia, year two. In Current Research 1997-A, Geological Survey of Canada, p. 57-64. (more)|
|2||Dunn, C.E. (1998). Regional and detailed biogeochemical surveys in the Nechako NAPMAP area and in the Babine porphyry belt. In New geological constraints of Mesozoic to Tertiary metallogenesis and on mineral exploration in central British Columbia: Nechako NAPMAP project, L.C. Struik and D.B. MacIntyre (eds). Geological Association of Canada, Cordilleran Section, Short Course Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, March 27, 1998, Extended Abstracts. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 93L/9 (Topley) and 93L/16 (Fulton Lake) in the Lennac Lake area of central British Columbia. Its western border is located approximately 53 km east of the city of Smithers, BC and its eastern border is approximately 10 km from the west coast of Babine Lake.
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