Important Update: Geoscience BC Report 2011-3 "The application of surface organic materials as sample media over deeply buried mineralization at the Kwanika Central Zone, North-Central British Columbia"
July 5, 2013 - It has come to our attention that there was an error in GBC Report 2011-3, "The application of surface organic materials as sample media over deeply buried mineralization at the Kwanika Central Zone, North-Central British Columbia (NTS 93N)".
On page 18 of the report, under the header "Laboratory Methods", subheader "Sample Preparation", the text originally read:
"Ah samples were air dried at 35° to 40°C and milled to -80 mesh."
The text has now been revised to read:
"Ah samples were air dried at 35° to 40°C and screened to -80 mesh."
To access the full updated report, go to https://www.geosciencebc.com/reports/gbcr-2011-03/.
Our apologies for any inconvenience.
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