Till, Bedrock, Surficial drill core
Glacial sediment and bedrock survey, Louvicourt Township, Quebec, 1969.
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In January and February 1969, a drilling program was carried out near the Louvem copper deposit in the Val d’Or region of Quebec. A total of 34 holes (representing 260 samples) were sunk to an average depth of 38 feet in overburden and continued for an average of 3.5 feet into bedrock. Till and glaciolacustrine sediments were collected from each hole and a sample of bedrock at the bottom of the hole was also collected.
A summary of the study can be found in GSC Report of Activities, Paper 69-1B and CIM Special Volume 11. The data are found in GAS File 10.
|1||Garrett, R.G. (1969). Geochemical study, Louvicourt Township, Quebec (32C/4). In Report of Activities Part B, November 1968 to March 1969. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 69-1B, p. 45-46. (more)|
|2||Garrett, R.G. (1971). The dispersion of copper and zinc in glacial overburden at the Louvem deposit, Val d’Or, Quebec. In Geochemical Exploration, Proceedings, 3rd International Geochemical Exploration Symposium, Toronto, April 16-18, 1970, R.W. Boyle (ed.). The Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Special Volume 11, p. 157-158. (more)|
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 32C/4 (Val d’Or) in the area of the Louvem copper deposit, western Quebec. It is located just north of Highway 117 and approximately 21 km east of the town of Val d’Or.
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