Lithogeochemical survey, NTS 65B/4, Nueltin Lake area, southern Nunavut, 2009.
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In June 2009, fourteen rock samples were collected from exposed outcrops of Nueltin granite plutons. Two anomalous occurrences of radioactivity were discovered at two sites. The samples were studied using the scanning electron microscope and the electron microprobe. Samples were crushed and pulverized before being analysed by XRF and ICP-MS.
The data are published in Geological Survey of Canada Current Research (online) 2012-1.
|1||Scott, J.M.J., Peterson, T.D., McCurdy, M.W. (2012). U, Th, REE occurrences within Nueltin granite at Nueltin lake, Nunavut: recent observations. Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research (online) no. 2012-1, 15 p. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers a small part of NTS 65B/4 (Indian Camp Island) in the Nueltin Lake area, southern Nunavut. It is located between Windy Lake and Sandybeach Lake, approximately 23 km north of latitude 60°N. The centre of the study area is located approximately 113 km east of the Nunavut-Northwest Territories border.
Covers a small part of NTS 65C/1 (untitled) in the Nueltin Lake area, southern Nunavut. The centre of the study area is located approximately 5 km south of Windy Lake and 20 km north of latitude 60°N.
Covers a small part of NTS 65C/1 (untitled) in the Nueltin Lake area, southern Nunavut. It is located east of Kasba Lake and southwest of Nueltin Lake Latitude 60°N is located approximately 10 km south of the centre of the study area.
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