Economic Analysis on Critical Habitat for Bull Trout
May 2004 by Scott HarnThe US Fish & Wildlife Service has released the economic analysis and reopened the comment period for their proposal to designate critical habitat for the bull trout in 18,469 river miles and 532,721 acres of lake and reservoir habitat across the Western states.
We (finally) have the new version of our website up and running, and it seems to be a hit!
There is one special picnic table I fervently wish I had kept. This special table was literally on top of the world. Better yet, it was on the mine dump of the old, long-abandoned gold mines at Summitville, Colorado.
I need to mention some additional information pertaining to our recent article on Alaska’s Bluff’s beach…
Coin and bullion dealers confirmed in mid-August that the US Mint was refusing orders from dealers.
Pacific Island nations have started devising regulatory laws to help create a new industry in this near-resourceless region: mining the sea floor.
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The concentrate is just the heaviest of the heavy minerals but some sulfides are sneaking in there also with the gold...
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