Stream sediment survey, NTS 21G, H, I, southeastern New Brunswick, 1960-1961.
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During the summers of 1960 and 1961, stream sediment sampling was carried out in southeastern New Brunswick in the counties of Westmorland, Albert, Kings, Queens and Saint John. Hundreds of samples were collected in an area between the Petitcodiac River and the Saint John River.
A summary of the work can be found in Geological Survey of Canada Paper 62-22 (includes maps of the “heavy metal” content for Cu, Pb and Zn).
Samples were later analysed for uranium and published in New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy Information Circular IC 68-3.
|1||Smith, A.Y. (1963). Copper, lead, and zinc content of stream sediments in southeastern New Brunswick (parts of Westmorland, Albert, Kings, Queens, and Saint John Counties). Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 62-22, 19 p. + 4 maps. (more)|
|2||Smith, A.Y. (1968). Uranium in stream sediments in southeastern New Brunswick. New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources, Mineral Resources Branch, Information Circular 68-3, 4p. + 1 map. (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 21G (Fredericton), 21H (Amherst), 21I (Moncton) in parts of Westmorland, Albert, Kings, Queens and Saint John Counties, southeastern New Brunswick. It is bounded to the south by the Bay of Fundy, to the west by the Saint John River and to the north by the Canaan River. The study area extends from the city of Saint John in the southwest to the town of Cocagne in the northeast.
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