DGGS SR 61
Title:Alaska's mineral industry 2006
Authors:Szumigala, D.J., and Hughes, R.A.
Publication Date:Nov 2007
Publisher:Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
Comments:Your help is crucial in the compilation of future Alaska Minerals Reports. The quality and completeness of the information in these annual reports is dependent on input from all members of the mineral industry. Please take time to fill out the current mining and mineral activity questionnaire which can be found at http://www.dggs.alaska.gov/minerals_questionnaire. All responses to the questionnaire will remain confidential unless specifically released by the respondent.
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Keyword(s):Admiralty Island; Aeromagnetic Data; Aeromagnetic Survey; Airborne Geophysical Survey; Alaska Peninsula; Aleutian Islands; Ambler; Antimony; Arsenic; Arsenopyrite; Barite; Base Metals; Bear River; Big Hurrah Mine; Bismuth; Bluff (Place); Bonnifield Mining District; Calder Mine; Casadepaga River; Chalcopyrite; Chena Hot Springs; Chicken Pluton; Chisna; Cleary Summit; Coal; Coal Creek; Coffee Dome; Conductivity Survey; Construction Materials; Copper; Core Drilling; Council; Crushed Gravel; Crushed Rock; Delta Junction; Diamonds; Donlin Creek; Drift Mine; Drilling; Economic Study; Electromagnetic Anomalies; Electromagnetic Data; Electromagnetic Survey; Environmental Impact Statement (EIS); Exploration; Exploration Well; Fairbanks Mining District; Feasibility Study; Fish Lake Complex; Fort Knox Mine; Fortymile Mining District; Galena; Ganes Creek; Geochemical Data; Geochemical Surveys; Geology; Geophysical Survey; Gold; Gold Prospect; Golden Zone Mine; Goodnews Bay; Goodpaster Mining District; Grant Mine; Gravity; Gravity Survey; Greens Creek; Helicopter Survey; Igneous; Igneous Rocks; Iliamna; Iliamna Lake; Illinois Creek; Induced Polarization; Industrial Minerals; Jonesville Mine; Jumbo Dome; Kensington Mine; Kuskokwim River; Land Status; Lead; Little Squaw Mine; Livengood; Lode; Lucky Shot Mine; Magnetic Survey; Magnetic Susceptibility; Massive Sulfide Occurrence; Massive Sulfide Prospect; Massive Sulfides; Mercury; Mineral Deposit; Mineral Deposit Models; Mineral Development; Mineral Localities; Mineral Prospect; Mineral Resources; Minerals Report; Mining; Mining Claims; Mobile Metal Ion Geochemical Survey; Molybdenite; Molybdenum; Moore Creek; Mount Estelle; Niblack Mine; Nickel; Nixon Fork; Nolan; Nolan Creek; Nome; North Slope; Nuggets; Nyac; Ore; Ores; Peat; Pebble (Place); Pebble Deposit; Placer; Placer Gold; Platinum; Platinum Gold; Platinum Group Elements; Plutonic; Plutonic Hosted; Plutonic Rocks; Pogo; Polymetallic; Porphyry; Precious Metals; Prince of Wales Island; Production Data; Prospecting Sites; Prudhoe Bay; Pyrite; Pyrrhotite; Quartz; Radiometric Survey; Railroad; Reclamation; Recreation; Recreational Mining; Red Dog; Reverse Circulation Drilling; Rip Rap; Rock Creek; Ryan Lode; Salcha River; Sand; Sand and Gravel; Scheelite; Seward Peninsula; Shotgun; Shulin Lake; Silver; Sleitat Mountain; Soil Chemistry; Soil Sampling; Southcentral Alaska; Southeast Alaska; Southwest Alaska; Sphalerite; Stibnite; Stockwork; Structure; Sulfides; Tailings; Tangle Lakes; Trace Elements; Trace Geochemical; Trace Metals; True North; Tuff; Tungsten; Two Bull Ridge; Ultramafic; Union Bay; Usibelli Mine; Valdez Creek; Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide; Woewodski Island; Wrangellia Terrane; Yenlo Hills; Yukon River; Zinc
Szumigala, D.J., and Hughes, R.A., 2007, Alaska's mineral industry 2006: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Special Report 61, 83 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/15860