Abstract

Petrographic and geochemical data from glacial erratics provide evidence for a hidden subglacial source when compared with data from the only known sulphide deposit outcropping locally. These results are found to be in agreement with geological and glaciological studies conducted as part of a reconnaissance exploration program. It is suggested that the integrated approach described here is an inexpensive and rapid exploration method that can determine the likelihood of additional sub-glacial occurrences in areas of known deposits.

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