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The Magazine: July 2010 (Vol. 79, No. 11)
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July 2010 (Vol. 79, No. 11)

Table of Contents

The Bawl Mill
• Insecurity issues?
• Seven experts...and a little bit of editing
• November can’t get here soon enough

by Staff
Legislative and Regulatory Update
• Cap and trade
• Roadless rule
• WDFW backs down thanks to miners
• California dredge permits
• BLM faces lawsuit over access in Washington State
by Scott Harn
California Dredgers Shafted by Assembly Democrats
Legislation designed to provide full permit refunds to all suction dredge miners in California has been hijacked in an Assembly policy committee.
by Scott Harn
Rare Earth Deposit May Be Awaiting Discovery
Bill and the geologist lost interest and as far as I know, nothing more was done to locate the deposit.
by Larry V. Meyer
When Gold Moves, Placers Form
What it takes to move gold is turbulent, fast-moving water. Normally the water is heavy with clay and all sorts of sentiments that have been ripped up from the bed of the river or carried down from the tributaries above.
by Chris Ralph
The Whabouchi Lithium Project
One company that is actively working to develop their lithium property is Nemaska Exploration, with their primary project located near the Cree community of Nemaska, situated on the shores of Champion Lake.
by Leonard Melman
Beginner's Luck
Their first cleanup total was more gold than they had ever found. These guys were deliriously overjoyed with their good fortune.
by Tom Leftwich
The Curious Saga of the Jack Wade Creek Dredge
As the river dredgers soon learned, it was not a good idea to leave your dredge in the Fortymile River over winter.
by Jim Halloran
The Guaniamo Diamond Region, Venezuela—Part I
The considerable richness of the gravels is shown by the fact that operators have successfully worked the same river sections for over 20 years.
by Carl Brink
Nevada Mining Tax Fails in Signature Drive
Backers of the petition drive that began five months ago said they secured only about two-thirds of the 97,000 signatures they needed by the deadline to place the measure on the November ballot.
by Associated Press
Taxes, Numbers & Mining
The first step to finding the right tax professional requires an inventory of what you and your prospecting or mining operation actually need in the way of services and advice and, most importantly, how much you can afford to pay for that advice or service.
by Mark E. Battersby
Melman on Gold & Silver
... if the “renewed prosperity” concept fails to materialize and additional crises are on their way—each one to be met with currency expansions and worsening conditions—then we would speculate that gold and silver will move higher.
by Leonard Melman
What Was That Article Again?
Have you ever waded through your pile of Mining Journals looking for a particular article? The annual index, published each December is a great help, but I have a better idea.
by Vern Beardslee
Mining Stock Quotes & Mineral and Metal Prices
by Staff

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