Anomaly Cluster Geochemical Details
Anomaly Cluster Details report provides RGS
sample compositions for anomalous samples,
together with 99th
percentile thresholds (lithology and non-lithology-specific),
and the number of samples present in each sample
to view Anomaly Cluster Details reports.
Advice on how to use the report, and associated
information, is presented in the
opening screen, as shown on the right (click to enlarge).
The report has been carefully formatted for letter-size printing,
using red, bold and underlining to highlight anomalous values.
By clicking on the "Find" icon in the report (a
magnifying glass near the top left corner),
Anomaly Clusters may be queried by any
combination of input variables. Use the "help"
facility on the Report page (the button with a
question mark near the top left corner) to find
out more about how to use this very powerful
For example, you can search
for all Anomaly Clusters which have Ni_INA_ppm
>= 260 and Zn_AAS_ppm >= 2200, as illustrated in
the figure on the right (click to enlarge).
first cluster satisfying your query should be Cluster No
1085, which is also anomalous in Ba and Mo
- as shown in the figure on the right
(click to enlarge).