Lake water survey, NTS 86I/2, Takijuq Lake area, Nunavut, 1975.
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In July 1975, one day of lake water sampling was carried out in the Takijuq Lake area (formerly Takiyauk Lake), Nunavut, as part of follow-up work to Operation Bear-Slave. Approximately 25 samples were collected. The data have never been published.
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This file is an archive of geochemical data stored in the Geochemical Analysis System (GAS) format. The ZIP file contains a readme file, the data and a user manual.
A PDF file listing the files contained in “gasfiles.zip”. The file also lists related publications and if a survey for the data has been created in The Canadian Database of Geochemical Surveys.
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 86I/2 (untitled) in the Takijuq Lake area, western Nunavut. The centre of the study area is located just southeast of Takijuq Lake and approximately 77 km east of the Nunavut-Northwest Territories border.
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