Till, Esker, Indicator minerals
Stream, beach and glacial sediment sampling survey, Nueltin Lake area, Nunavut, De Beers Canada Exploration Inc., 2004.
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Between June 20th and July 16th, 2004, De Beers Canada Exploration Inc. collected 306 sediment samples from the Hearne Bay permits in the Nueltin Lake area, southern Nunavut Territory. The majority of the samples were glacial sediments collected from eskers, but streams, beaches and other glacially-derived features were also sampled. The property covers parts of NTS map sheets 65B/2-7, 10-15, and 65C/1, 8-9, and 16, and its southern border is located about 13 km north of the Nunavut-Manitoba border. The data can be found in Nunavut Assessment Report 084812.
|1||Lemieux, G., Habib, S. (2004). Assessment report on the 2004 sediment sampling program on the Hearne Bay permits, Nueltin Lake, Nunavut. Nueltin Lake area, District of Keewatin, Nunavut Territory. De Beers Canada Exploration Inc. Nunavut Assessment Report 084812. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS map sheets 65B/2-7, 10-15, and 65C/1, 8-9, and 16 in the Nueltin Lake area of southern Nunavut. The area is bounded between Latitudes: 60°N and 61°N, and Longitudes: 98.5°W and 100.5°W. The southern border of the area is located about 13 km north of the Nunavut-Manitoba border.
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