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The electrical conductivity mechanisms have been determined for six mineralized sericite schist specimens cut from a large sample collected from the Gold Lake area of the Yellowknife mining district, Northwest Territories. This work consists of analysis and interpretation of 3-D electrical resistivity measurements. The sample was selected to characterize the resistivity of the alteration zone and determine the effect of crosscutting veins and the sections of fine-grained sulphides orienteddoi:10.4095/213168 fatcat:eqwvsvcdf5h47nhlgytlsrzwt4