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.
Regulators gave final approval to a nickel and copper mine for the Upper Peninsula.
It is not necessary to have a PhD in geology, but you need to know the basics, so that’s what I am going to try to dig into here—the understandable basics of these gigantic gold deposits.
Some claim they can smell gold. This may be, but when I take a whiff of gold, I smell dirt, rotten eggs, garlic or just nothing: my nose is everything but sensitive.
• Republican bill would reopen Grand Canyon withdrawal
• Obama recommends additional fees and taxes on miners
Putting this information together, we conclude that the coming year of 2007 could hold explosive growth for the precious metals as the probability of an international “accident” rises, as the dollar comes under increasing pressure and as the fundamental demand for resources of all types from India and China plus other developing nations grows relentlessly.
Trends are geologic situations in which the geological structure of an area is conducive to the deposition of minerals. These structures are generally fault systems that can be small and localized or can run for miles.
- Interior Department reigns in “sue and settle”
- Comments needed on Forest Service Part 228 regulations
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