Groups Wonder Meaning of Call for More Wilderness
July 1999 by Associated PressU.S. Forest Service Chief Michael Dombeck says there ought to be more wilderness—a comment that raised some concerns.
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I’ve been taking a look at the mining and uses of a number of critical metals in series of articles, and it’s time to take a look at antimony.
Q: How much gold do I have per ton and how can I improve my assay method?
The state of Alaska is huge, over twice the size of Texas, with most of the population in just a few towns. The northern third of the state is north of the Arctic Circle, and vast regions are only sparsely populated.
I must admit to taking some degree of pleasure in anticipating the excuse-making which will probably come out of the "Global Warming" camp to explain away a truly startling announcement.
There are loads of new gold prospectors attracted by the current high prices, and so I thought it might be a great time to take a look at what makes some prospectors so much more successful than others.
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