Stream sediment survey, NTS 11L, 21H, 21I, southeastern New Brunswick, 1959.
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In the summer of 1959, approximately 242 stream sediment samples were collected in part of Westmorland County (NTS 11L/4, 21H/15, 16, 21I/1, 2) in southwest New Brunswick.
A summary of the work can be found in Geological Survey of Canada Paper 59-12 (includes concentration maps of selected elements).
|1||Smith, A.Y. (1960). Heavy-metal (Zn, Pb, Cu) content of stream sediments of part of Westmorland County, New Brunswick. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 59-12, 8 p. + 7 maps. (more)|
|1||1956-1961||Reconnaissance Stream Sediment Project, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 1956-1961. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 11L/04 (Cape Tormentine), 21H/15 (Hillsborough), /16 (Amherst), 21I/01 (Port Elgin), and /02 (Moncton), part of Westmorland County, southeastern New Brunswick. It is bounded to the north by Northumberland Strait, to the southeast by the New Brunswick-Nova Scotia border and to the southwest by the Petitcodiac River. The city of Moncton lies 5 km west of the western edge of the study area.
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