Till, Indicator minerals
Till sampling survey, Lac de Gras area, NTS 76C/5-16, 76D/8, Northwest Territories, Diavik Diamond Mines Inc. 1997.
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The purpose of this till sampling survey was to define anomalous heavy indicator mineral trains detected by geophysical surveys. A total of 319 samples were collected on the Diavik claim block in the Lac de Gras area, Northwest Territories.
This helicopter supported program was conducted in mid-summer with crews of two collected till samples at various spacing. The preferred sample sites were mud or frost boils.
The data was SEM checked by R.L. Barnett Geological Consulting in London, Ontario.
The data can be found in Nunavut Assessment Report 084049.
|1||Bryan, D., (1998). Summary report, 1997 exploration, Diavik Project, geological, geophysical, geochemical and diamond drilling report, Nunavut Assessment Report 084049. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers part of NTS 76C/5 (Thonokied Lake), 6 (Afridi Lake), 7 (Savannah Lake), 8 (Sussex Lake), 9 (Muskox Lake), 10, 11 (Glowworm Lake), 12, 13 (Hardy Lake), 14, 15 (Thistle Lake), 16 (Thlewycho Lake), 76D/8, 9 (Paul Lake), the Diavik property in central Nunavut. It is located approximately 360 km northeast of Yellowknife.
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