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Ministry of Energy Mines and Responsible for Core Review

Stream Sediment and Water Geochemistry of parts of the Queen Charlotte Islands (Parts of NTS 103F, G)

BCMEMPR Open File 2000-14

by Wayne Jackaman, Garry Payie, and Paul Wojdak

 

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This report presents new analytical data for 43 different elements from a regional stream sediment and water geochemistry survey (Figure 1) conducted by the British Columbia Geological Survey on the Queen Charlotte Islands during 1999.  The survey covers parts of seven 1:50,000 NTS map sheets in the Graham Island (NTS 103F) and the Hecate Strait (NTS 103G) areas: 103F/01 (Skidegate Channel), 103F/07E (Rennell Sound), 103F/08 (Yakoun Lake), 103F/09 (Port Clements, 103F/10E (Awun Lake), 103G/04 (Cumshewa Inlet) and 104G/05 (Lawnhill).  Details on the geology and mineral potential of the Queen Charlotte Islands are described by Lefebure (1998).

 

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