Understanding Geologic Deposit Models
May 2008 by Chris RalphGeologists have long noted the similarities of certain types of mineral deposits all across the globe. Similar minerals, similar country rocks, and similar grades of mineralization may occur in several different parts of the world.
• Funds eliminated for federal land acquisitions
• ANWR leasing
• GAO scolds Fish & Wildlife
• Red Rock wilderness proposed again
• BLM websites still down
• Karuk lawsuit update
• Endangered Species Act update
• California Fish & Game tries yet another route to stop gold dredgers
More and more miners and prospectors are using personal computers and Global Positioning System Satellite receivers to satisfy the needs of vocations or hobbies.
Breaking cemented gravels
• Reopening closed areas
Elections in the Republic of Congo may bring a mining boom to a country that has been ravaged by wars and corruption.
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