Geophysical Investigation at Steeprock Lake

CIM Bulletin1940
STEEPROCK LAKE (Figure 1) lies about two miles north of Atikokan, a village approximately one hundred and forty miles west of Fort William and one hundred miles east of Fort Frances on the Canadian National railway. The possible presence of hematite beneath the waters of Middle arm was inferred by early geological investigators (1890-1903) from the dense hematite float found on the southerly shores of this portion of the lake (1).
Keywords: Ash, Electrical, electrical measurements, hematite, inflection point, lime, University of Toronto, Hematite, Lime, North, Resistance, Rock, Rocks, Water, Waters
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