Canadian Officials Foresee Little Impact From Mine
February 2005 by Associated PressCanadian regulators said they have found no significant environmental impacts from a proposed British Columbia mine near the Alaska border.
I’d like to send out a big “Thank You” to all of our readers who submitted comments regarding the proposed changes to the mining regulations. While we certainly didn’t get everything we asked for, we do have...
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Virginia Elvira Russell
(Mining Grandma of Humbug)
March 4, 1999
In Wyoming, garnets are often common where aluminum-rich (micaceous) rocks have been highly metamorphosed. Such rocks are recognized by abundant black (biotite), silver (muscovite), or green (chlorite) mica with periodic grains of red garnet.
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