Surface water, Lake sediment
Lake sediment and surface water sampling survey, NTS 32O, 33B, 33G, Areas A and B, James Bay territory, Quebec, 1975.
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In 1975, a lake sediment and surface water sampling survey was conducted by the Société de Développement de la Baie James in the James Bay area. The area covered by the helicopter supported lake sediment sampling is approximately 54400 km 2. A total of 8542 samples were collected in 2 separate areas, at an average density of 1 sample per 6.4 km 2.
Lake sediment samples were analyzed for:
|Cu, Pb, Zn, Ni, Co, Fe, Mn, Mo, As||
|atomic absorption (AAS)|
Surface water sampling was done by helicopter and the area covers approximately 186 km 2. A total of 4500 samples were collected in 2 separate areas, at an average density of 1 sample per 12.1 km 2. Samples were analyzed for Cu, Fe, Mn, Pb, Zn and U.
The data are published in Open File GM-34038, Department of Natural Ressources, 1978.
|1||Gleeson, C.F. (1978). Report on lake sediment geochemical survey 1975. Areas A and B, James Bay territory, Quebec. Department of Natural Resources, Mining Exploration File GM 34038. ( more)|
|2||SDBJ (1978). Cartes géochimiques du GM 34038. Ministère des Richesses naturelles, Dossier d’exploration minière GM 34039. ( more)|
|1||1973-1978||Geochemical prospection, James Bay region, Quebec, 1973-1978. ( more)|
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The geographic extent of the survey is defined by the following polygons:
Covers NTS 32O (Lac Mesgouez), 33B (Lac Lichteneger), 33G (Lac de la Fregate). Area A is located in the Nord-du-Québec region. It is situated about 40 to 70 miles east of James Bay. It is bounded by latitudes 51°24' and 53°30' and longitudes 74° and 76°.
Covers parts of NTS 23E (Nitchequon), 23L (Lac Hurault), 33H (Lac Sauvolles) and 33I (Lac Mistanukaw). Area B is located in the Nord-du-Québec region. It is situated about 40 to 70 miles east of James Bay. It is bounded by latitudes 53° and 55° and longitudes 70° and 73°.
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