October 15, 2014
Geoscience BC Releases New TREK Project Results

 Geoscience BC is pleased to announce the release of Geoscience BC Report 2014-11 "Geochemical Expession in Soil and Water of Carbon Dioxide Seepages near the Nazko Volcanic Cone, Interior Plateau, central BC, NTS 93B/13."

The report can now be accessed through Geoscience BC's website at

About Geoscience BC Report 2014-11
R. Lett & W. Jackaman

This report presents the results of a geochemical study of ground water, surface water, travertine and soil samples collected from the Nazko area in 2013. The study was designed to examine the signature of associated with carbon dioxide gas seepage in the region. This work was funded by Geoscience BC through the TREK Project, and was designed to compliment previous investigations on the potential for geothermal occurrences in the region as well as support local community interest in geothermal resources.

For more information on the TREK Project, go to http://www.geosciencebc.com/s/TREK.asp.

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