Fb2 The dispersal of gold and related elements in tills and soils at the Forest Hill Gold District, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia (Paper / Geological Survey of Canada) ePub
by I. J MacEachern
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|Publisher:||Geological Survey of Canada (1985)|
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Geological Survey of Canada. Dispersal of Gold and Related Elements in Tills and Soils at the Fores.
1985, Geological Survey of Canada. Libraries near you: WorldCat.
Mine tailings at historical gold districts in Nova Scotia, Canada, contain high . refer to the range in element concentrations in a given soil. at the Montague and Goldenville gold districts are relatively. shallow, and transition into unweathered till within . –2.
Mine tailings at historical gold districts in Nova Scotia, Canada, contain high concentrations of arsenic (As) and mercury (Hg), which may represent a risk to ecosystems and human health. Two sites, Montague and Goldenville, are of particular concern as tailings are located close to residences and are occasionally used for racing off-road vehicles. that can be attributed solely to natural processes, whereas. m of the ground surface.
The sampled media includes soil, humus, till, vegetation and water . Humus and the Ah soil horizon exhibit the highest concentrations of Hg, followed by till and water. Down-ice dispersal of Au, Pt and Pd is limited to one to two hundred metres, in the < 63-mu-m component of the till samples collected from frost boils. In vegetation the PGE enrichment extends for several hundred metres down-ice and is best defined by Pd in birch twigs.
The dispersal of gold and related elements in tills and soils at the Forest Hill Gold District, Guysborough County, Nova Scotia (Paper, Geological Survey of Canada) by Ralph R. Stea, Ian Joseph Maceachern Paperback, 31 Pages, Published 1985 by Geological Survey Of Canada. Stea, Ian Joseph Maceachern Paperback, 31 Pages, Published 1985 by Geological Survey Of Canada ISBN-13: 978-0-660-11805-5, ISBN: 0-660-11805-X.
Modestock Gold Mining C. mine and stamp mill. Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists, 92, 2, 161. The Nova Scotia Mineral Occurrence Database (MODB)
Modestock Gold Mining C. Forest Hill mines, Guysborough C. Nova Scotia, Canada. Modestock Gold Mining C. The Nova Scotia Mineral Occurrence Database (MODB). Other Regions, Features and Areas containing this locality. North America PlateTectonic Plate. This page contains all mineral locality references listed on mindat.
Port Hawkesbury Paper in Guysborough County .
A new report from the Department of Natural Resources confirms century-old trees that should have been conserved were cut by Port Hawkesbury Paper in Guysborough County. In the report, Natural Resources forester Peter Bush concluded that two of 12 forest stands that were partially harvested by Port Hawkesbury Paper earlier this year in the Lawlor Lake area of Guysborough County contained old-growth forest. In the report's conclusion, Bush writes that work needs to be done to update Nova Scotia's old-forest policy and refine the scoring system for determining what qualifies as old growth.
McKinley Woods - Kerry Sheridan Grove. Public & government service.
Exploration for gold continued to dominate mineral exploration in Nova Scotia during 2005, with the level of. .Acadian continued a detailed exploration program on the Forest Hill property in Guysborough County during 2005.
Exploration for gold continued to dominate mineral exploration in Nova Scotia during 2005, with the level of activity showing a modest increase over 2004. The lower Paleozoic Meguma Group of southern mainland Nova Scotia continued to be the principal focus for gold exploration, with the majority of the exploration work concentrated on the historical gold districts in Halifax and Guysborough Counties. The property, originally acquired by Goldenville Mining Corporation in 2002, has been the subject of an. Report of Activities 2005 105.
Guysborough County is a county in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. Taking its name from the Township of Guysborough, which was named in honour of Sir Guy Carleton, Guysborough County was created when Sydney County (Antigonish County) was divided in 1836. In 1840, Guysborough County was subdivided into two districts for court sessisonal purposes – Guysborough and St. Mary's