The overall objectives of the project, partially funded under the Canada-Alberta Agreement on Mineral Development, were to determine: the regional variations to be expected in the texture, indicator minerals and geochemistry of till in order to assist exploration by industry for diamondiferous kimberlite and lamproite, gold placers, and other minerals; and the provenance of at least the surface till in northern Alberta. Phase 1 (1992-93) focused on an orientation survey.
Fenton, M.M. and Pawlowicz, J.G. (1993): Reconnaissance mineral and geochemical survey with emphasis on northern Alberta; Alberta Research Council, ARC/AGS Open File Report 1993-16, 241 p.