Abstract

An attempt has been made to estimate the abundance of trace and major constituents in the Precambrian surficial rocks of a large part (43 000 square miles) of the Red Lake–Lansdowne House area in northwestern Ontario. One-hundred and two composite samples were made to represent eight rock types in seven adjacent map-areas of equal size. Major element analysis was carried out on eight composite samples representing rock types for the whole area. Analysis of variance techniques have detected significant regional variations of Cr, Mn, Sr, and Ba. Significant variation exists between rock types for all trace elements analyzed except Cu.

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