Northeast Saskatchewan till survey, 1992
A multidisciplinary project was initiated in the Peter Lake Domain, northeast Saskatchewan. The primary objectives of the Quaternary component are: 1) to characterize the till deposits; 2) to determine optimum sample size and fraction; and, 3) to determine if till composition reflects the bedrock. This will aid in the evaluation of drift prospecting applications for various minerals, and potentially outline new areas of economic interest. Thirty-eight samples collected from the Peter Lake Domain by Schreiner in 1976 were also used in this study. A summary of the work can be found in Saskatchewan Geological Survey Summary of Investigations 1992, Miscellaneous Report 92-4.
|1||Till sampling, NTS 64E, L, 74H, northeast Saskatchewan, 1992. (more)|
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