Till, Marine sediment
Till and marine sediment survey, NTS 20P, 21A, 11D, Nova Scotia and Scotian shelf, 1970.
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During an intensive geochemical study of unconsolidated sediments from mainland Nova Scotia and the Scotian shelf area, the boron content of a total of 66 onshore and offshore samples was determined. A summary of the work can be found in Centre de Recherches de Pau Bulletin 8.
Paper report. No data lists. Table with ranges of values.
<0.005 mm fraction analyzed for B using UV-spectrometer.
Geochem Maps Available:
|1||Hoffmann, T.M. (1974). Boron in tills and shelf sediments from southeastern Canada. Centre de Recherches de Pau (Société Nationale des Pétroles d'Aquitaine) Bulletin 8, p. 139-144. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 20P (Shelburne), 21A (Annapolis Royal) and 11D (Halifax) in southwest Nova Scotia, including the Scotian Shelf. It is bounded to the south by the Atlantic Ocean.
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