Till, Esker, Indicator minerals
Till and esker sampling survey, East Hunter property, 86P/5, 6, Nunavut, Caledonia Mining Corporation, 1994.
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In July and August, 1994, a total of 874 till and 4 esker samples were collected in a helicopter-supported survey on the East Hunter property in the Kikerk Lake region, located approximately 500 km north of Yellowknife.
During phase 1, the samples were collected along several east-west lines spaced approximately 8 km apart. Samples were collected at 300 m intervals along the lines. This density was used to determine potential kimberlite clusters and to define individual kimberlite trains running across the property. Phase 2 consisted of eleven NE-SW sample fences with an average line spacing of 3 km.
The data can be found in Nunavut Assessment Report 083536.
|1||Warman, T.A. (1995). Work assessment report for the geological and geophysical exploration programs conducted on the Cascares, East Hunter and West Hunter claim groups, Caledonia Mining Corporation. Nunavut Assessment Report 083536. (more)|
|1||1993-1996||Kikerk Lake area Project, Caledonia Mining Corporation, western Nunavut, 1993-1994. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 86P/5, 6, the East Hunter property in northern Nunavut. It is located approximately 500 km north of Yellowknife.
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