May 28, 2015
Geoscience BC Releases New TREK Geochemical Results

 Geoscience BC is pleased to announce the release of Geoscience BC Report 2015-09, "Geochemical Reanalysis of Archived Till Samples, TREK Project, Interior Plateau, central BC (parts of NTS 093C, 093B, 093F & 093K)." Short for Targeting Resources through Exploration and Knowledge, TREK is Geoscience BC's current regional project focused on BC's Interior Plateau, an underexplored area that is considered highly prospective for mineral resources.

The report is now available for download through Geoscience BC's website at

About Geoscience BC Report 2015-09
W. Jackaman, D. Sacco and R.E. Lett

Geoscience BC Report 2015-09 contains a summary report and digital data files of analytical results from the 2014 TREK Till Geochemical Reanalysis program. A total of 1456 archive till samples plus quality control samples were analyzed for minor and trace elements by ICP-MS, and 873 archive till samples plus quality control samples were also analysed for major and minor elements by ICP-ES following a lithium borate fusion and dilute acid digestion. The data files include:

  • original field data,
  • original trace metal data, and
  • reanalysis trace metal data.

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