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  DF 21: Phelps Lake Project: Rock and Till Geochemistry of the Bonokoski Lake Area (NTS 64M-NW) and Mineral Occurrence Geochemistry of the Phelps Lake Area (NTS 64M)
Campbell,J.E.;Harper,C.T.;MacDougall,D.G. 1 page and 1 (3.5) inch disk. Rock and till geochemistry are compiled for the field component of the Phelps Lake Project. This northeast corner of Saskatchewan was found to contain a number of mineral occurences. A 1:50 000 scale paper topographic map, using NAD 27, can be purchased from Information Services Corp. (ISC). A 1:50 000 scale digital topographic map can also be purchased from ISC.; 2002
  DF 22: Fond du Lac Project 2005-07: Till sample data
Janet E. Campbell 2009. Data File Report 22 is composed of two Excel data files, each containing multiple worksheets. Part 1 contains the sample field information as well as the geochemical and textural data for till samples collected for the Fond du Lac Project during 2005 to 2007 field season. Several non-till samples have been included and are identified as such in the sample information worksheet. Part 2 Excel data file contains the sample field information and the anaytical results for gold and uranitite grains, and kimberlite (KIM) and base metal (MMSIM) indicator mineral counts from bulk till samples collected from selected sites in the project area.
  DF 23:Northeast Wollaston Lake Project 2005-07: Till sample data
J.S. Smith, A. Kaczowka, and J.E. Campbell 2009. In 2005, 25 till samples were collected by C.T. Harper's field crew area during his bedrock mapping project in the Wellbelove Bay- Rabbabou Bay , Wollaston Lake area. During the 2006 and 2007 field seasons, 436 till samples (including field duplicates) were collected and analysed during the Quaternary mapping component of the Northeast Wolloston Lake Project. Samples were by J.S. Smith with assistance from the bedrock mapping crew in 2006 and J.S. Smith and A. Kaczowka in 2007.
  DF 24: Industry Drillcore Data – Regina Subsurface Core Facility Athabasca Basin (NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P)
Industry Drillcore Data – Regina Subsurface Core Facility – Uravan Minerals Inc. Athabasca Basin (NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P) 2010
  DF 25: Phelps Lake Project: 2002 Analytical Data
Northern Geological Survey staff, 2003. Phelps Lake Project: Till Geochemistry, textural and gold grain counts of the Keseechewun Lake Area (NTS 64M-NE) for 2002. The file includes: analytical results (MS Excel files), Sample Descriptions, Gold Grains counts, Gold Grain Descriptions, till geochemistry, till standards and Duplicates, till texture , base metal indicator minerals, laboratory information (PDF files), bulk till processing chart, and lab abbreviations. NOTE: kimberlite indicator mineral data has also been added to the Kimberlite Indicator Mineral Database. 2002.
  DF 26: Cree Lake (74G and 74B) Kimberlite Indicator Survey and Gold Grain Counts
Saskatchewan Northern Geological Survey staff, 2003. A free download file that gives the results from a kimberlite indicator mineral survey completed in the Cree Lake area of Saskatchewan (NTS blocks 74-B and 74-G). Gold grain counts are also included. NOTE: additional data has been added to the Kimberlite Indicator Mineral Database.
  DF 27: Whole Rock Geochemistry, Till Geochemistry, Au Grains and Indicator Minerals Data (NTS 64E-4, -5, -10, -15 and -16): Analytical Results from 2002 to 2004 Mapping
Saskatchewan Northern Geological Survey staff, 2004. A free downloadable file in PDF format that gives whole rock geochemistry and till geochemistry analyses results, Au grain counts and diamond indicator mineral data analytical results. The work resulted from 2002 to 2004 mapping projects NOTE: the diamond indicator results have been added to the diamond indicator on-line searchable database. 2004..
  DF 28: Regional Till Geochemical Data (NTS 64M, 74N, 74O and 74P)
Saskatchewan Northern Geological Survey staff, 2005. A free downloadable Excel file that gives major and trace element till geochemistry of the < 0.063 mm size fraction, and <2 mm textural data for 271 samples taken during a regional geochemical survey that was a part of the Western Churchill Metallogeny Project. 2004.
  DF 29: Geochemical Analyses of Athabasca Group Outcrops in Saskatchewan NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P
C.D. Card, S.A. Bosman, W.L Slimmon, D.J. Zmentana, and G.D. Delaney, 2011. An exhaustive mapping and sampling program of the Athabasca Group was undertaken between 1975 and 1981 by the Saskatchewan Geological Survey (SGS), the results of which are contained in Ramaekers (1990). These samples are now stored at the Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources, Subsurface Geological Laboratory in Regina.
  DF 30: Geochemical Analyses of Athabasca Group Outcrops in Saskatchewan (NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P) – Supplementary to Data File Report 29
C.D. Card and S.A. Bosman, 2012. A supplementary set of 195 samples from Athabasca Group outcrop was submitted to complement Data File Report 29 (DF29) released in 2011 (Card et al., 2011). DF30 samples were processed at the Geoanalytical Laboratories at the Saskatchewan Research Council in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  DF 31: Geochemical Analyses of Athabasca Group Drillholes in Saskatchewan (NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P) – Supplementary to Data File Report 24, 29, and 30
S.A. Bosman and C.D. Card, 2012. A supplementary set of 385 samples from Athabasca Group drillcore was submitted to augment industry drillcore data from Data File Report 24 (Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources, 2010) as well as Saskatchewan Geological Survey outcrop geochemical data in Data File Report 29 (DF29) released in 2011 (Card et al., 2011) and Data File Report 30 released in 2012 (Card and Bosman, 2012). The samples in this report (Data File Report 31) were processed at the Geoanalytical Laboratories at the Saskatchewan Research Council in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  DF 32: Geochemical Analyses of Athabasca Group Drillholes in Saskatchewan (NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P) – Supplementary to Data File Reports 24, 29, 30, and 31
S.A. Bosman and C.D. Card, 2013. This supplementary dataset increases the number of geochemical samples for many of the Athabasca Group formations. A detailed breakdown of these statistics is outlined in the “Sample Statistics” table on the first sheet of DF32. Drillholes sampled include: BTD-80-1, CSP-02-001 (only representative samples), CSP-10-001, PF09-007 (partially complete), and TUE0606. Drillhole locations and other details are available on the ‘DDH Core Collection – Regina’ layer of the Geological Atlas of Saskatchewan.
  DF 33: Geochemical Analyses of Athabasca Group Drillholes in Saskatchewan (NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P) – Supplementary to Data File Reports 24, 29, 30, 31, and 32
S.A. Bosman and C.D. Card, 2013. A supplementary set of 129 samples from Athabasca Group drillcore was submitted to augment industry drillcore data from Data File Report 24 (Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources, 2010) and the Saskatchewan Geological Survey Data File Reports 31 (Bosman and Card, 2012) and 32 (Bosman and Card, 2013) as well as outcrop geochemical data in Data File Reports 29 (Card et al., 2011) and 30 (Card and Bosman, 2012). The samples in this report (DF33) were processed at the Geoanalytical Laboratories at the Saskatchewan Research Council in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  DF 34: Spectral Reflectance Data and Interpretation of Athabasca Basin Drillholes, Saskatchewan (NTS 64L, 74F to 74K, and 74N to 74P)
S.A. Bosman and J.B. Percival, 2014. Collecting spectral reflectance data from outcrop and drillcore is one component of Athabasca Basin ore-systems research. These data assist with mapping regional diagenetic trends (e.g., Earle and Sopuck, 1989) and rapid identification and quantification of clay indicator minerals for exploration (e.g., Zhang et al., 2001; Percival et al., 2002). At the time of release, the Saskatchewan Geological Survey (SGS) had analyzed 34 drillcores from the SGS Subsurface Geological Laboratory in Regina using a FieldSpec® Pro FR portable spectroradiometer (Analytical Spectral Devices, Inc. – now PanAnalytical). For a copy of this data set, please contact Deirdre O'Donohoe at (306) 798-4212 or by email at deirdre.odonohoe@gov.sk.ca. Thank you.
  DF 35: Industry Drillcore Data – Regina Subsurface Core Facility – NexGen Energy Ltd.
Data File 35 is composed of one file “DF35_data" (Microsoft® Excel® format). Samples were collected by NexGen Energy Ltd. at the Regina Subsurface Core Facility. The samples were processed at the Geoanalytical Laboratories at the Saskatchewan Research Council in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 2014.
  DF 36: Geochemical Analyses of Athabasca Group Drillholes in Saskatchewan (NTS 64L, 74F to 74I, 74K, and 74O to 74P) – Supplementary to Data File Reports 24, 29, 30, 31, 32, and 33
S.A. Bosman and C.D. Card, 2015. A supplementary set of 260 samples from Athabasca Group drillcore was submitted to augment industry drillcore geochemical data from Data File Report (DF) 24 (Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources, 2010) and the Saskatchewan Geological Survey (SGS) drillcore geochemical Data Files 31 (Bosman and Card, 2012), 32 (Bosman and Card, 2013a) and 33 (Bosman and Card, 2013b), as well as SGS outcrop geochemical data in DF29 (Card et al., 2011) and DF30 (Card and Bosman, 2012).
  DF 37: Trace Element and Other Analyses of Paleozoic-aged Brines from Southeastern Saskatchewan (Townships 1 to 13, Ranges to 21 W2M)
G.K.S. Jensen, 2015. Trace Element and Other Analyses of Paleozoic-aged Brines from Southeastern Saskatchewan (Townships 1 to 13, Ranges 5 to 21 W2M)
  DF 39: Stratigraphy of the Jackfish, Cree and Mirror Basins from Multiparameter Drill Logs, Athabasca Basin Saskatchewan (Parts of NTS 64E, 64L, 74E to 74P) - Amended Dec 7, 2015
S.A. Bosman and P. Ramaekers, 2015. Data File Report 39 (DF39) is a Microsoft® Excel® spreadsheet containing stratigraphic picks[3] for sedimentary units of the Athabasca supergroup (Bosman and Ramaekers, 2015) in the Jackfish, Cree and Mirror basins of the Athabasca Basin region. In addition to the Athabasca supergroup, contacts for the Quaternary and Phanerozoic cover, intrusive mafic to ultramafic rocks, and crystalline basement rocks are included.
  DF 40: Thickness of Potash-rich Members of the Devonian Prairie Evaporite in Saskatchewan (Townships 1 to 50, Range 30W1M to Range 30W3M)
Chao Yang, 2016. The data presented in this file were used to produce the isopach, carnallitite thickness contours and K2O grade maps for the Patience Lake, Belle Plaine and Esterhazy members of the Devonian Prairie Evaporite in Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan Geological Survey, Open File 2015-2).
  DF 41: Geochemical Analyses of Drillhole Core from Cretaceous Upper Colorado Group Oil Shale in East-central Saskatchewan (NTS 63E/03, /04)
Rogers, M.C., 2016. This data file contains the results of multi-element lithogeochemical analysis of samples from five drillholes that intersected Upper Colorado Group oil shale on the northwest flank of the Pasquia Hills, east-central Saskatchewan. The purpose of the sampling and analysis was to determine the baseline metal contents of the oil shales because organic-rich shales often have anomalous, and in some cases potentially economic, metal contents. Along with a suite of 43 elements and 9 oxides analyzed by Inductively Coupled Plasma–Optical Emission Spectroscopy (ICP-OES) with total digestion and partial digestion components, the samples were also analyzed for gold, platinum and palladium by fire assay with an ICP-OES finish. The results are described in detail in the associated 2016 Summary of Investigations Volume 2 paper by the same author.
  DF 42: Major and Minor Element Geochemistry of Sulfate and Brine Samples from Selected Sodium Sulfate--Bearing Lakes in Southern Saskatchewan
Rogers, M.C. 2017 This data file contains analytical results of a reconnaissance geochemical sampling study carried out between June 12 and 16, 2017, of sulfate and brine samples from selected sodium sulfate–bearing lakes in southern Saskatchewan. The purpose of the study was to gain some understanding of the minor element concentrations of the chemical sediments and brines in some of the larger sodium sulfate–bearing lakes in this part of the province. Many of the deposits from these lakes have been mined in the past and material from one current sodium sulfate producer, Chaplin Lake, was sampled.
  DF 43: Assay Results for Selected Rock Samples from the Glennie–Wapassini Lakes Area
R.O. Maxeiner, 2018. This data file contains analytical results for 16 rock samples collected from the Glennie and Wapassini lakes area of northern Saskatchewan between June 15 and August 15, 2017. The samples were analyzed for their gold content, along with a suite of 48 other elements. Four of the samples were also analyzed for platinum and palladium. One of the samples returned an anomalously high gold value, sufficiently high to classify the location where the sample was collected as a new mineral occurrence (as defined in the tables under 'Mineral Deposit Definitions', see below for link). The geology of the area where the samples were collected is described in Paper A-6 in Summary of Investigations 2017, Volume 2, and shown on the preliminary map that accompanies the Summary paper.
  DF 44: Thickness of Potash-rich Members of the Devonian Prairie Evaporite in Saskatchewan: Updated Database
C. Yang and E. Schuurmans, 2018. The data in this file were used to produce the six maps that comprise Saskatchewan Geological Survey Open File 2018-1. The maps show the thickness of the Patience Lake, Belle Plaine and Esterhazy members of the Devonian Prairie Evaporite in Saskatchewan, and the thickness of the carnallite-bearing beds within these members. This database was produced based on public data from nearly 2000 wells, using geophysical well logs and available assay reports obtained from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources, Information Management Branch, Well Data Unit. It represents an update of the member and carnallite-bearing bed thickness data in Saskatchewan Geological Survey Data File 40, adding information from more than 500 off-confidential wells to the previous database.
  DF 45: Kimberlite Indicator Mineral and Gold Grain Analyses from Glaciofluvial Sediment Samples, Milton Island Area, Reindeer Lake (NTS 64D/10, with Part of 64D/09)
M.A. Hanson, 2018. This data file contains analytical results from samples of glaciofluvial sediment that were collected between June 15 and August 16, 2017, as part of 1:100 000-scale surficial geological mapping of the Milton Island area of Reindeer Lake (NTS 64D/10 and surrounding area). The samples were analyzed for kimberlite indicator minerals (KIMs) and gold grains. The surficial geology of the area where the samples were collected is described in Paper A-10 in Summary of Investigations 2017, Volume 2, and shown on the preliminary maps that are associated with the Summary paper.