Stream sediment sampling survey, NTS 31H/15, 16 and 21E/13, Drummondville-Warwick area, Quebec, 1971.
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In the summer of 1971, approximately 4000 stream sediment samples were collected systematically in the area along the streams, the intermittent streams and near springs. The fixed sampling interval of 450 m was paced. The area covers 1800 km2. Sampling was done at an average density of 1 sample per 0.4 km2 and analysed for:
|Cu, Pb, Zn, Ni, Co, Mn||
|atomic absorption (AAS)|
The data are published in special study ES-21, Department of Natural Resources, 1976. Raw data and sample analyses are published in DPV-352.
|1||Tremblay, R.L. (1976). Géochimie des sédiments de ruisseau, région de Drummondville-Warwick, Québec. Ministère des Richesses naturelles, étude spéciale ES-21. (more)|
|2||Tremblay, R.L. (1976). Région de Drummondville-Warwick, géochimie des sédiments de ruisseau, données de terrain, résultats des analyses. Annexe du rapport ES-21. Ministère des Richesses naturelles, Dossier public DPV-352. (more)|
|1||1971||Project Cantons de l'Est, Quebec, 1971 (more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 31H/15 (Saint-Guillaume-d'Upton), /16 (Drummondville) and 21E/13 (Warwick). The Drummondville-Warwick area is located 150 km southwest of Quebec City. It includes Kingsey, Simpson and Tinwick townships as well as parts of Chester, Durham, Shipton, Warwick and Wickham townships. It is bounded by latitudes 45°45' and 46° and longitudes 71°43' and 72°37'.
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