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Mount Milligan and Inzana-Salmon Lakes Geophysical Surveys

BCMEMPR Open File 2005-09 / GSC Open File 2535 / GSC Open File 2801

 

Helicopter-borne gamma ray spectrometric and magnetic total 
field geophysical survey, Mount Milligan Area, British Columbia
(Parts of NTS 092N/01; 093N/02E; 093O/04W)
by Shives, R.B.K., Geological Survey of Canada


Helicopter-borne gamma ray spectrometric and magnetic total 
field geophysical survey, Inzana-Salmon Lakes Area, British Columbia
(Parts of NTS 93J/13SW; 93J/13NW; 93K/15SW; 93K/15NW; 93K/16)
by Shives, R.B.K., Holman, P.B. and Rebolledo, L., Geological Survey of Canada

 

In 1991 the Geological Survey of Canada conducted a multisensor (gamma-ray spectrometric, magnetic total field) helicopter-borne geophysical survey in the Mount Milligan area, British Columbia, Canada. The full product release is available as Geological Survey of Canada Open File 2535.

 

In 1995 the Geological Survey of Canada conducted a multisensor (gamma-ray spectrometric, magnetic total field) helicopter-borne geophysical survey in the Inzana-Salmon Lakes area, British Columbia, Canada. The full product releases are available as Geological Survey of Canada GSC Open File 2801.

 

These surveys were published as the Mount Milligan Geophysics Map to MapPlace on April 8, 2005 in conjuction with the 2004 Mount Sylvester (BCMEMPR Open File 2005-14) and Fran Property (BCMEMPR Open File 2005-15) surveys. The MapPlace data includes digital gridded images for 2 magnetic and 7 radiometric parameters for each survey area. The downloadable files from this website are in georeferenced TIF – tagged image and PNG formats (UTM NAD 83 and Albers projections) and GRD - Geosoft gridded data format (UTM NAD 83 only). PDF theme files are also available.

 

All publications of the BC Geological Survey are available digitally, free of charge, from this website.

 

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