Geoscience BC Releases Two Reports at Mineral Exploration Roundup
- Report 2017-01: Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2016
- Report 2017-04: 2016 Regional Geochemical Survey Sample Reanalysis Project
A brief description of each report is provided below.
Please note that Report 2017-03 "Search Phase II Airborne Magnetic and Radiometric Survey" will be released tomorrow (January 24th) at 9:00 am. Please join Geoscience BC at 9:00 am at Mineral Exploration Roundup (Pan Pacific Hotel, 999 Canada Place #300, Vancouver, BC -- Oceanview Suite 7) for the release event.
Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2016, Report 2017-01
Summary of Activities in Geoscience BC's annual technical publication, providing updates on new, ongoing and recently completed Geoscience BC-supported projects. Limited digital and print copies will be available from Geoscience BC's Roundup Booth (#1526) on January 23 and 24 (Monday and Tuesday) at no charge. The full volume and individual papers will be available for download from Geoscience BC's website.
Geoscience BC Report 2017-04: 2016 RGS Sample Reanalysis Project
Ongoing efforts by Geoscience BC and government-funded agencies to update and maintain the geochemical databases established by the British Columbia Regional Geochemical Survey (BCRGS) and the National Geochemical Reconnaissance (NGR) programs have produced one of the most comprehensive collections of field information and multi-element analytical data in Canada. To date, thousands of archived samples have been successfully reanalyzed using modern analytical techniques such as inductively coupled plasma--mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).
Geoscience BC Report 2017-04 presents results of a Geoscience BC--funded reanalysis project that was conducted in 2016. The samples acquired for reanalysis originated from surveys conducted in seven NTS map areas across the province (082G and J; 092N; 093E and H; 103O and P; 104N).
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