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Publication List Using "brines"

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  A-01 A Reconnaissance Geochemical Study of the Minor Element Concentrations in Selected Sodium Sulfate–Bearing Lakes in South-central and Southwest Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) M.C. Rogers - Summary of the results of sampling lake brine and stockpiled sodium sulfate from lakes and sodium sulfate deposits in southern Saskatchewan to analyze for economic concentrations of minor elements
  A-01 Investigating the Mineral Potential of Brines in Saskatchewan: Results from the 2017 Field Season for the Brine Sampling Project
(Energy and Resources) G.K.S. Jensen and B.J. Rostron - Discussion of major and minor element concentrations in formation brines from Lower Paleozoic strata in southern Saskatchewan
  A-12 Investigating the Mineral Potential of Brines in Southeastern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) G.K.S. Jensen. A-12 Investigating the Mineral Potential of Brines in Southeastern Saskatchewan
  A-3 Results from the 2016 Field Season for the Brine Sampling Project: Investigating the Mineral Potential of Brines in Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Discussion on concentrations of lithium, bromine and other potentially economic elements in brines from some wells in southeast and southwest Saskatchewan.
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  Chemical Profiles of Formation Waters from Potash Mine Shafts, Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Jensen, G.K.S., Rostron, B.J., Duke, M.J.M., Holmden, C. 8 page summary paper (no maps); Part of the Summary volume 2006-4.1
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  DF 42: Major and Minor Element Geochemistry of Sulfate and Brine Samples from Selected Sodium Sulfate--Bearing Lakes in Southern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) 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.
  Diagenesis of Mississippian Alida Beds, Williston Basin, Southeastern Saskatchewan - Evidence from Petrographic and Fluid-Inclusion Data
(Energy and Resources) Rott, C.M.; Qing, H. 17 pages no maps. Part of Summary of Investigations volume 2005-4.1; 2005.
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  Economic Potential of Formation Brines: Interim Results from the Saskatchewan Brine Sampling Program
(Energy and Resources) Holmden,C.;Kelley,L.I.;Kreis,L.K.;Rostron,B.J. Part of the Summary volume.; 2002
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  Notes on the Stratigraphy of the Silurian Interlake Group
(Energy and Resources) Broughton,P.L. Not a saleable product. Part of the Summary volume.; 1981
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  Open File 92-1: Sub-Duperow Formation Brines in Southern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Gent,M.R.;Kreis,L.K. (77 + 4) pages.; 1992
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  Preliminary Report on Sedimentology and Stratigraphy of the Late Devonian Mixed Carbonate-Evaporite Succession of the Duperow Formation, Southeastern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Cen, X.C.; Hersi, O.S. 12 pages no maps. Part of Summary of Investigations volume 2005-4.1; 2005
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  Reconnaissance Study of Strontium Isotopic Composition of Lake Brines and Groundwater Associated with Sodium Sulphate Deposits, Southern Saskatchewan
(Energy and Resources) Holmden,C.;Kelley,L.I. Part of the Summary volume.; 1999
  Review of Industrial Minerals Investigations 1998
(Energy and Resources) Kelley,L.I. Part of the Summary volume.; 1998
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  The Saskatchewan Brine Sampling Program
(Energy and Resources) Holmden,C.;Kreis,L.K.;Rostron,B.J. Part of the Summary volume.; 1999
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