DGGS IC 50
Title:Alaska's mineral industry 2003: A summary
Publisher:Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
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Keyword(s):Aeromagnetic; Aeromagnetic Map; Aeromagnetic Survey; Alaska Peninsula; Alaska Range; Alaska, State of; Antimony; Base Metals; Bedrock; Bismuth; Cement; Chemistry; Cleary Summit; Coal; Conductivity Survey; Construction Materials; Copper; Cretaceous; Delta River; Diamonds; Drilling; Economic Geology; Economic Study; Electromagnetic Survey; Exploration; Exploration Well; Fish Lake Complex; Fort Knox Mine; Geochemical Surveys; Geochemistry; Geophysics; Gold; Golden Zone Mine; Greens Creek; Igneous Rocks; Iliamna; Induced Polarization; Industrial Minerals; Jade; Jumbo Mine; Kensington Mine; Lead; Lime; Lode; Magnetic Survey; Massive Sulfides; Metamorphic Rocks; Mineral Assessment; Mineral Resources; Minerals Report; Mining; Mining Laws; Mining Methods; Nuggets; Ores; Peat; Platinum; Plutonic Rocks; Pogo; Porphyry; Precious Metals; Production Data; Red Dog; Resistivity Survey; Resource Information; Rock Creek; Rocks; Salcha River; Sand and Gravel; Seward Peninsula; Silver; Soapstone; Stibnite; Sulfides; True North; Ultramafic; Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide; Zinc
Szumigala, D.J., 2004, Alaska's mineral industry 2003: A summary: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Information Circular 50, 12 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/3211
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