Till, Stream sediment, Marine sediment, Lake sediment, Esker, Indicator minerals
Stream and glacial sediment sampling survey, Chantrey Inlet area, Nunavut, De Beers Canada Exploration Inc., 2004.
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Between July 24th and August 24th, 2004, De Beers Canada Exploration Inc. collected 454 sediment samples from the Hayes River permits in the Chantrey Inlet area of the Akunniq Region in central Nunavut Territory. The sediments were collected from streams, eskers, beaches, other glacially-carved features and glacial till for geochemical and indicator mineral analysis. The sampled area is located about 210 km south of the community of Gjoa Haven on King William Island and covers parts of NTS map sheets 56K/5, 10-15, 56L/5-16, 56M/1-4, 6-9, 16, and 56N/3-5. The data can be found in Nunavut Assessment Report 084815.
|1||Lemieux, G., McClelland, M. (2004). A report on the 2004 sediment sampling program on the Hayes River permits, District of Keewatin, Nunavut. Chantrey Inlet, Akunniq Region, Nunavut Territory. De Beers Canada Exploration Inc. Nunavut Assessment Report 084815. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS map sheets 56K/5, 10-15, 56L/5-16, 56M/1-4, 6-9, 16, and 56N/3-5 in the Chantrey Inlet area of the Akunniq Region in central Nunavut. The area is located about 210 km south of the community of Gjoa Haven on King William Island.
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