Soil sampling, NTS 93G, J, K, P, 94A, east central British Columbia, 1995.
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Between August 5 and September 29, 1995, soil samples were collected at 7 sites in the Omineca-Peace area, east central British Columbia. At each site, a core of the surface soil was taken using a stainless steel coring device 10 cm in diameter and 10 cm in length. Two replicate grab soil samples were taken for organic analysis from the soil adjacent to each core sample. The soil pit was then expanded to a depth of 0.5 m and 4 samples were taken from the 0.5 to 0.6 m soil layer (1 for metal analysis, 3 for organic analyses). The data can be found in the Prince George/Williams Lake Sampling Report by Soilcon Laboratories Ltd.
Digital report and data.
Soil samples analysed for 32 elements after nitric perchloric digestion and for 27 elements after aqua regia digestion. No size fraction or analytical methods given.
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|1||Soilcon Laboratories Ltd. (1996). Background soil quality study, Prince George/Williams Lake region sampling report. Unpublished report for British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. ( more)|
|1||1994-1999||British Columbia Ministry of Environment Soil Quality Program ( more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers parts of NTS 93G (Prince George), 93J (McLeod Lake) and 93K (Fort Fraser), the Omineca Peace area, in east central British Columbia. It is bounded to the northwest by Stuart Lake The city of Prince George is located in the eastern part of the study area and just north of it.
Covers parts of NTS 93P (Dawson Creek) and 94A (Charlie Lake), the Omineca Peace area, in east central British Columbia. The centre of the study area is located approximately 20 km east of Moberly Lake and 82 km west of the BC-AB border. The junction of Beatton River, Fish Creek and Montney Creek is located in the northern part of the study area.
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