Till sampling survey, NTS 41O/9, /16, northern Ontario, 1994.
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In 1994, till samples were collected in the Rush Lake-Opeepeesway Lake area of northern Ontario as part of a multi-year regional till sampling and surficial mapping program covering the Swayze Greenstone Belt.
Samples were collected at a regional scale from road cuts, trenches and hand-dug pits at an average sampling density of 1 sample per 4 km2<sup/>using a 2 km grid pattern. At each site, samples of humus, B horizon and C horizon were collected lithological, mineralogical and/or geochemical analysis. C horizon samples were processed for heavy minerals and pebble counts.
The following Ontario Geological Survey reports were published:
|1994||Miscellaneous Paper 163|
|1995||P Series Maps 3324, 3325|
|1995||Miscellaneous Release Data MRD015|
|1||Bernier, M.A. (1994). Quaternary geology and surface till sampling program, Rush Lake and Opeepeesway Lake map areas, eastern Swayze Greenstone Belt, Ontario Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Paper 163, p. 241-243. (more)|
|2||Bernier, M.A., Kaszycki, C.A. (1995). Till, humus, B-horizon soil geochemical database, surficial sediment sampling program, Swayze greenstone belt, northern Ontario. Ontario Geological Survey, Miscellaneous Release – Data, MRD015. (more)|
|3||Bernier, M.A., Piera, B. (1995). P Particulate gold abundance in surficial sediments (-10 Mesh (<2mm) Size Fraction), Opeepeesway Lake area, District of Timmins. Ontario Geological Survey, P Series Map P3325. (more)|
|4||Bernier, M.A., Piera, B. (1995). Particulate gold abundance in surficial sediments (-10 Mesh (<2mm) Size Fraction), Rush Lake area, District of Timmins. Ontario Geological Survey, P Series Map P3324. (more)|
|5||Harris, J.R., Rencz, A.N., Bonham-Carter, G.F., Klassen, R.A., Bernier, M. (1997). A comparison of multi-media geochemical data using a GIS. In Geophysics and Geochemistry at the Millennium: Proceedings of Exploration 97, Fourth Decennial International Conference on Mineral Exploration, A.G. Gubins (ed.), p. 147-150. (more)|
|1||1992-1994||Swayze Greenstone Belt Surficial Sediment Project, Ontario, 1992-1994 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 41O/9 (Opeepeesway Lake) and 41O/16 (Rush Lake) in northern Ontario. The centre of the study area is located approximately 38 km west of Highway 144. The town of Jerome is located in the south central part of the study area.
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