Soil, Till, Vegetation, Selective extraction
Multimedia survey, NTS 21O/7, 10, Bathurst Mining Camp, north central New Brunswick, 1995.
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During the summer of 1995, a multimedia geochemical sampling program was carried out at the Restigouche Zn-Pb deposit. Humus, B horizon soil, basal till and balsam fir twigs were collected in a 1000 x 500 m area over and peripheral to the deposit. Samples were collected at 102 sites along nine southwest-northeast traverses at intervals which varied from about 25 to 100 m.
Conventional and selective leach geochemical methods were applied to hums and B horizon soil samples.
A detailed report can be found in Economic Geology Monograph 11.
|1||Hall, G.E.M., Parkhill, M.A., Bonham-Carter, G.F. (2003). Conventional and selective leach geochemical exploration methods applied to humus and B horizon soil overlying the Restigouche VMS deposit, Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick. In Massive Sulfide Deposits of the Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick, and Northern Maine, W.D. Goodfellow, S.R. McCutcheon and J.M. Peter (ed.). Society of Economic Geologists, Economic Geology Monograph 11, p. 763-782. (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers small parts of NTS 21O/7 (Nepisiguit Lakes) and 21O/10 (Upsalquitch Forks) around the Restigouche deposit, in north-central New Brunswick. It covers a 1000 x 500 m area and is located approximately 70 km southwest from the city of Bathurst. Charlotte Brook runs east-west through the southern part of the study area. The centre of the study area is located about 3 km southeast of the intersection of Highway 180 and Portage Road.
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