USBM Mineral Land Assessment Publications
The Mineral Land Assessment program was designed to provide reliable and comprehensive mineral resource information that supports mineral resource policy and land use decisions made by Congress and Federal land management agencies. The information also provides the basis for decisions that would expand the domestic supply of important mineral resources, primarily strategic and critical minerals. Much of the MLA work was done jointly with cooperating State or U.S. geological surveys. Site specific mineral investigations included programs directed toward the identification of critical and strategic minerals throughout Alaska.
- MLA 62-82
- Fechner, S.A. and Meyer, M.P., 1982, Placer sampling and related Bureau of Mines activities in the Sound study area of the Chugach National Forest, Alaska: U.S. Bureau of Mines Mineral Land Assessment 62-82, 25 p., 1 sheet.
- MLA 109-82
- Jansons, U., 1982, Cobalt content in samples from the Omar copper prospect, Baird Mountains, Alaska: U.S. Bureau of Mines Mineral Land Assessment 109-82, 16 p.
- MLA 124-82
- Kurtak, J.M., 1982, A manganese occurrence on Chenega Island, Prince William Sound, Alaska: U.S. Bureau of Mines Mineral Land Assessment 124-82, 9 p.