Lake sediment and water survey, NTS 93G, H, J, K, N, O, central British Columbia, 2007.
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Helicopter-supported sample collection was carried out in August 2007 in the northern Fraser Basin, central British Columbia. A total of 1959 lake sediment and water samples were collected from 1851 sites. The average sample density was one site per 10 km2 over the 18,000 km2 survey area. The data are published in Geoscience BC Report 2008-5.
The report also contains the original data and re-analyses by ICP-MS of 488 archived lake sediment samples collected in 1995 in the adjacent Stuart Lake area (northeast corner of NTS 93K) and previously published in BC Ministry of Employment and Investment Open File 1996-15.
This survey was carried out using National Geochemical Reconnaissance (NGR) protocols.
|1||Jackaman, W. (2008). Regional lake sediment and water geochemical data, northernFraser Basin, centralBritish Columbia (parts ofNTS 93G, H, J, K, N & O). Geoscience BC, Report 2008-5. (more)|
|2||Jackaman, W., Balfour, J.S. (2008). QUEST Project geochemistry: field surveys and data reanalysis, central British Columbia (parts of NTS 093A, B, G, H, J, K, N, O). In Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2007. Geoscience BC, Report 2008-1, P. 7-10. (more)|
|1||2002-2008||British Columbia ICP-MS and ICP-ES reanalysis project for stream sediments, 2002-2008. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 93G (Prince George), 93H (McBride), 93J (McLeod Lake), 93K (Fort Fraser), 93N (Manson River), 93O (Pine Pass) in the northern Fraser Basin, central British Columbia. The municipality of Fort St. James is located just west of the central part of the study area.
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