Reconnaissance Biogeochemical Survey Using Lodgepole Pine Tops
Fish Lake Area (NTS 92 O), West-central British ColumbiaMicroform - 1994
In May 1993, tree tops from the Fish Lake area on the Fraser Plateau were collected by helicopter to evaluate concealed mineralization, after a ground-based orientation survey was conducted in 1992 in the same area. This first airborne reconnaissance survey was conducted to establish regional geochemical patterns of element concentrations, and thereby assist in the exploration for concealed mineral deposits through the recognition of element associations that are characteristic of these deposits. This report describes the survey area and gives a geological summary of it; the survey methods and sample methodology; data processing and map production; and element distribution maps. ground-based orientation survey was conducted in 1992 around.
Publisher: Ottawa : Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Geological Survey of Canada, 1994
Description: 1994. 3 v. : maps, ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 95-01921