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Averill, S.A. 2014. The Blackwater gold-spessartine-pyrolusite dispersal train, British Columbia, Canada: Influence of sampling depth on indicator mineralogy and geochemistry.  Association of Applied Geochemists, 27th IAGS, Application of Indicator Mineral Methods to Mineral Exploration, Short Course SC02, Tucson. 

Averill, S.A. 2013. Discovery and delineation of the Rainy River Gold Deposit using glacially dispersed gold grains sampled by deep overburden drilling: A 20 year odyssey. In: Paulen,R.C. & McClenaghan, M.B. (eds.) New Frontiers for Exploration in Glaciated Terrain. Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 7374, 37-46.  

Averill, S.A. & Huneault, R.G. 1991. Using silt-sized visible gold grains to explore for gold deposits concealed by Quaternary overburden: Nevada vs. Canada. The Association of Applied Geochemists, Explore Newsletter, 72, 1, 10-14.

Averill, S.A. 1988. Regional variations in the gold content of till in Canada. In: MacDonald,D.R. & Mills,K.A. (eds) Prospecting in Area of Glaciated Terrain - 1988. Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Geological Division, Halifax, 271-284.

Sauerbrei, J.A., Patterson, E.F. & Averill, S.A. 1987. Till sampling in the Casa-Berardi gold area, Quebec: A case history in orientation and discovery. Journal of Geochemical Exploration28, 297-314.

Averill, S.A. & Zimmerman, J.R. 1986. The riddle resolved: The discovery of the Partridge gold zone using sonic drilling in glacial overburden at Waddy Lake, Saskatchewan. Canadian Geology Journal of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, 1, 14-20.


Sopuck, V.,Schreiner, B. & Averill, S.A. 1986. Drift prospecting for gold in Saskatchewan – use of heavy mineral concentrates in tills. In: Clark, L.A. (ed.) Gold in the Western Shield. Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Special Volume, 38, 435-469.

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