DGGS SR 60
Title:Alaska's mineral industry 2005
Authors:Hughes, R.A., and Szumigala, D.J.
Publication Date:Nov 2006
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 Highway Corridor; Alaska Peninsula; Alaska, State of; Aleutian Islands; Analyses and Sampling; Aniak Mining District; Antimony; Arsenic; Arsenopyrite; Base Metals; Bedrock; Big Hurrah Mine; Bismuth; Chalcopyrite; Chandalar Mining District; Cleary Summit; Coal; Conductivity Survey; Construction Materials; Copper; Core Drilling; Council; Crushed Gravel; Crushed Rock; Death Valley Basin; Diamond Drilling; Diamonds; Donlin Creek; Drilling; Duke Island; Economic Geology; Electromagnetic Anomalies; Electromagnetic Data; Electromagnetic Survey; Energy; Engineering; 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; Geochemistry; Geology; Geophysical Survey; Gold; Golden Zone Mine; Gold Prospect; Goodpaster Mining District; Granite; Granodiorite; Greens Creek; Helicopter Survey; Igneous; Igneous Rocks; Iliamna; Iliamna Lake; Illinois Creek; Induced Polarization; Industrial Minerals; Kensington Mine; Kuskokwim River; Land Status; Lead; Little Squaw Mine; Livengood; Livengood Mining District; Lucky Shot Mine; Magnetics; Magnetic Survey; Metals; Mineral Deposit; Mineral Deposit Models; Mineral Development; Mineral Localities; Mineral Prospect; Mineral Resources; Minerals Report; Mining; Mining Claims; Molybdenite; Molybdenum; National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska; Nickel; Nixon Fork; Nolan; Nolan Creek; Nome; Non-Metals; Nyac; Ore; Ores; Peat; Placer; Placer Gold; Platinum; Platinum Group Elements; Plutonic; Plutonic Hosted; Plutonic Rocks; Pogo; Polymetallic; Porphyry; Port Moller; Precious Metals; Prince of Wales Island; Production Data; Pyrite; Pyrrhotite; Quartz; Quartz Creek Pluton; Railroad; Recreation; Recreational Mining; Red Dog; Resources; Reverse Circulation Drilling; Rip Rap; Rock Creek; Ryan Lode; Salcha River; Sand; Sand and Gravel; Scheelite; Seward Peninsula; Shotgun; Shulin Lake; Silver; Soil Sampling; Southcentral Alaska; Southeast Alaska; Southwest Alaska; Sphalerite; Stockwork; Structure; Structure Contours; Sulfides; Tangle Lakes; Trace Elements; Trace Geochemical; Trace Metals; True North; Tuff; Tungsten; Two Bull Ridge; Ultramafic; Unga Island; Union Bay; Usibelli Mine; Volcanogenic Massive Sulfide; Woewodski Island; Yankee-Ganes Creek Fault;
Hughes, R.A., and Szumigala, D.J., 2006, Alaska's mineral industry 2005: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Special Report 60, 81 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/15748
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