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Park Lake occurrence, McClintock Township, Haliburton Co., Ontario, Canada

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 45° 24' 37'' North , 78° 51' 30'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 45.4102777778, -78.8586111111

Geology unknown but is supposed to contain Cobalt and Graphite

A small EM conductor was located on the ground, and subsequent trenching has exposed a metapelitic layer within the mainly granite gneisses. The metapelite contains feldspar, garnet, mica, quartz, sillimanite and medium- to coarse- grained graphite flakes which constitute O to 5 weight % of the host rock's mineralogy. A characteristic rusty weathering occurs both on the surface and throughout the rock. The thickness of the flat-lying body has been shown to be over 2m however, more work is required to determine the size of the deposit.

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3 valid minerals.

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Villard D.J. Keevil R. and Marmont C. (1991) Algonquin Resident Geologist’s District, Ontario geological Survey Miscellaneous paper, MP158, p.347.

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