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Property visits by the Dryden area mineral commodity geologist, 1989

Property visits by the Dryden area mineral commodity geologist, 1989

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Published by Ministry of Northern Development and Mines in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold - Ontario - Dryden

  • Edition Notes

    11

    The Physical Object
    Pagination155 p.
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21983057M

    In a lot of cases, one of the mineral owner’s ancestors acquired the interest, then subsequently moved away from the area. As that ancestor grew old and later died, they didn’t consider in their estate planning that even though they wrote a will and had it probated, it wasn’t probated in the county in which the interest is located. / A CONCISE WORLD ATLAS OF GEOLOGOY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS, London, , cl, pages, slight wrinkling to coating of dust cover, book fine, - 3 -, .

    Each chapter of the edition of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Mineral Commodity Summaries (MCS) includes information on events, trends, and issues for each mineral commodity as well as discussions and tabular presentations on domestic industry structure, Government programs, tariffs, 5-year salient statistics, and world. ME/GEO INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY OF INDUSTRIAL MINERALS SPRING BASIC CONCEPTS: GEOLOGY, information relating to a mineral property in order to present these results to the Candian stock • Is the area open to mineral exploration • Who owns the land – federal government – state government.

    version Online Only. For global mineral and material commodities data, see Data Series General Notes. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) provides information to the public and to policy-makers concerning the current use and flow of minerals and materials in the United States economy. Major mineral deposits Major mineral deposits of the world: Regional locations and general geologic setting of known deposits of major nonfuel mineral commodities.


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