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Year: 2013
Authors:

The use of soil pH: the IDH Factor

Source: 2013 Exploration Roundup Workshop, Exploring Through Cover: Vancouver


Year: 2013
Authors:

Critical Evaluation of Fire Assay Techniques: What is important to Geologists.

Source: 2013 SEG Meeting Workshop, Whistler B.C.


Year: 2009
Authors:

Soil micro-layer, airborne particles, and pH: The Govett connection

Source: International Applied Geochemical Symposium (2009)


Year: 2007
Authors:

Controlling the quality of information from field to data base

Source: Exploration 2007 (2007)


Year: 2007

Strategies for reducing sampling errors in exploration and resource definition drilling programs for gold deposits.

Source: Geochemistry: Exploration Environment Analysis, Volume 7, p.329-340 (2007)


Year: 2006
Authors:

Estimating risk using quality control data

Source: SEG, Colorado (2006)


Year: 2005
Authors:

Partial leaches: What do we know, and when did we learn it?

Source: IGES, Perth (2005)


Year: 2005

Reply to Dr. Dominique Francois-Bongarcon

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter, Volume 127, p.19-23 (2005)


Year: 2005

Sample Preparation of ‘Nuggety’ Samples: Dispelling Some Myths about Sample Size and Sampling Errors

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter, Volume 126, p.21-26 (2005)


Year: 2003
Authors:

Theory behind the use of soil pH measurements as an inexpensive guide to buried mineralization, with examples

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter (2003)


Year: 2003

Enhancements in the interpretation of geochemical data using multivariate methods and digital topography

Source: CIMM Bulletin/Magazine - Canadian Mining & Minerals Bulletin, Volume 96, Issue 1068, p.39-43 (2003)


Year: 2003

Enhancements in the Interpretation of Geochemical Data using Multivariate Methods and Digital Topography

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter (2003)


Year: 2003

Estimation bias of mineral deposits caused by grade-based staging of multiple analyses in samples exhibiting a ‘nugget effect’

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter (2003)


Year: 2003
Authors:

Reply to Alan Mann letter

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter (2003)


Year: 2001
Authors:

Travels of a transient metal ion, the shocking truth revealed: things to be aware of when using the “new” geochemistry.

Source: Vancouver MEG Workshop (2001)


Year: 2000

Enhancements in the interpretation of geochemical data using multivariate methods and digital topography.

Source: CIMM Bulletin/Magazine - Canadian Mining & Minerals Bulletin (2000)


Year: 2000
Authors:

Quality control in mineral exploration.

Source: Arthur Andersen, Santiago Chile (2000)


Year: 1999

The differentiation of sample media types and mineralization from multi-element geochemistry using multivariate methods and digital topography

Source: IGES, Volume 67, p.1-3, 287-299 (1999)


Year: 1999
Authors:

The Effect of Soil Composition on Weak Leach Solution pH: a Potential Exploration Tool in Arid Environments

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter (1999)


Year: 1999
Authors:

How to audit a commercial laboratory

Source: IGES, Vancouver (1999)


Year: 1998
Authors:

Reply to TSE/OSC Mining Standards Task Force

Source: Setting New Standards (1998)


Year: 1998
Authors:

A new theory to explain the formation of soil geochemical responses over deeply covered gold mineralization in arid environments

Source: Journal of Geochemical Exploration - Association of Exploration Geochemists, Volume 61, p.149-172 (1998)


Year: 1998

Integration of topography with multielement geochemistry

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter, Volume 100, p.20-21 (1998)


Year: 1998
Authors:

Overview of quality control procedures required by mineral exploration companies

Source: Vancouver BC (1998)


Year: 1997
Authors:

The formation of surficial geochemical pattern over buried epithermal gold deposits in desert environments

Source: Exploration & Mining for Brokers & Investors, p.301-314 (1997)


Year: 1997
Authors:

Mapping lithology using multi-element soil colour imaging, El Callao, Venezuela

Source: Exploration geochemistry of tropical environments, MDRU Short Course, University of British Columbia (1997)


Year: 1997
Authors:

Quality Control, Part 1

Source: Northern Miner, Volume 83, Issue 16 (1997)


Year: 1997
Authors:

Quality Control, Part 2

Source: Northern Miner, Volume 83, Issue 17 (1997)


Year: 1997
Authors:

Selective extraction techniques at present and in the future

Source: Queen's University, Kingston Ontario (1997)


Year: 1993
Authors:

Implementing quality control procedures in mineral exploration and feasibility studies

Source: University of Toronto, Toronto (1993)


Year: 1993
Authors:

Sampling and Analysis. B.C. and Yukon Chamber of Mines

Source: Exploration & Mining for Brokers & Investors (1993)


Year: 1988

A test in pattern recognition: defining anomalous patterns in surficial samples which exhibit severe nugget effects II

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter, Volume 65, p.12-14 (1988)


Year: 1988

A test in pattern recognition: defining anomalous patterns in surficial samples which exhibit severe nugget effects

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter, Volume 63, p.12-14 (1988)


Year: 1987
Authors:

Soil sampling strategies in an area with alpine glaciation, British Columbia, Canada

Source: Practical Problems in Exploration Geochemistry: Levinson, Bradshaw & Thomson, Applied Publishing Ltd. Wilmette, Illinois, p.78-82; 213-216 (1987)


Year: 1986

Geology of the Jason lead-zinc-silver deposits, Macmillian Pass, Yukon Territory. In: Mineral Deposits of the Northern Cordillera

Source: CIM Special Volume (1986)


Year: 1986

The use of lithogeochemical patterns in wall rock as a guide to exploration drilling at the Jason lead-zinc-silver-barium deposit, Yukon Territory

Source: Journal of Geochemical Exploration - Association of Exploration Geochemists, Volume 25 (1/2), p.217-230 (1986)


Year: 1983
Authors:

Laboratory and field evidence in support of the electrogeochemically enhanced migration of ions through glaciolacustrine sediment

Source: Journal of Geochemical Exploration - Association of Exploration Geochemists, Volume 19, p.277-304 (1983)


Year: 1983
Authors:

Laboratory and field evidence in support of the electrogeochemically enhanced migration of ions through glaciolacustrine sediment

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Year: 1983
Authors:

The practical application of computer technology to routine mineral exploration programs

Source: CIMM Bulletin/Magazine - Canadian Mining & Minerals Bulletin (1983)


Year: 1981
Authors:

Ionic diffusion and the use of soil geochemistry in clay covered areas

Source: CIMM Bulletin/Magazine - Canadian Mining & Minerals Bulletin, Volume v74 828, p.142-143 (1981)


Year: 1980
Authors:

Electrochemical processes in glacial overburden and the problems of lacustrine clay cover.

Source: University of Toronto (1980)


Year: 1979

The stability of some anions in natural water samples

Source: Geologial Survey of Canada Bulletins & Open Reports, Volume 79-1B, p.137-146 (1979)


Year: 1979
Authors:

A theoretical estimation of ion mobilities through glaciolacustrine sediments: diffusion down a concentration gradient

Source: Geologial Survey of Canada Bulletins & Open Reports, Volume 79-1A, p.367-374 (1979)


Year: 1979
Authors:

Chemical field tests for various elements and minerals

Source: Northwest Mining Association - Geochemical Short Course (1979)


Year: 1979
Authors:

Electrochemical dispersion in exploration geology

Source: Northwest Mining Association - Geochemical Short Course (1979)


Year: 1979

Geological, geophysical and geochemical considerations for exploration in clay covered areas: a review

Source: CIMM Bulletin/Magazine - Canadian Mining & Minerals Bulletin, Volume v72, 804, p.67-82 (1979)


Year: 1979
Authors:

Introduction of data acquisition-laboratory techniques

Source: Northwest Mining Association - Geochemical Short Course (1979)


Year: 1978

Analysis of fluoride, chloride, nitrate and sulphate in natural waters using ion chromatography

Source: Journal of Geochemical Exploration - Association of Exploration Geochemists, Volume 10, p.245-258 (1978)


Year: 1978

Some orientation surveys for uranium mineralization in parts of the Atlin area, British Columbia

Source: Geologial Survey of Canada Bulletins & Open Reports, Volume 78-1A, p.467-471 (1978)


Year: 1978

Uranium in Nisling Range alaskite and related rocks of the Yukon Crystalline Terrane: Discussion

Source: Geologial Survey of Canada Bulletins & Open Reports, Volume 78-1A, p.555-566 (1978)


Year: 1976

Examination of some Cordilleran uranium occurrences

Source: Geologial Survey of Canada Bulletins & Open Reports, Volume 76-1C, p.255-258 (1976)


Year: 1975

Cariboo Bell Cu deposit, British Colombia. In: Conceptual Models in Exploration Geochemistry

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter, Volume 4, p.60-62 (1975)


Year: 1975

Gibraltar Cu-Mo deposit, British Colombia. In: Conceptual Models in Exploration Geochemistry

Source: Explore - Association of Exploration Geochemists Newsletter, Volume 4, p.65-67 (1975)


Year: 1974

The application of different analytical extractions and soil profile sampling in exploration geochemistry

Source: Journal of Geochemical Exploration - Association of Exploration Geochemists, Volume 3, p.209-225 (1974)


Year: 1972

Applications of Exploration Techniques

Source: Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, Annual Number. (1972)