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Cost of exploration for metallic minerals in Alaska

Donald G. Grybeck

Cost of exploration for metallic minerals in Alaska

by Donald G. Grybeck

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Published by M.I.R.L. in [Fairbanks] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska.
    • Subjects:
    • Prospecting -- Costs.,
    • Ore deposits -- Alaska.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementsubmitted to the U.S. Bureau of Mines by Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska, Donald Grybeck, Bradley C. Peek, Mark S. Robinson.
      SeriesM.I.R.L. report ;, no. 34
      ContributionsPeek, Bradley C., joint author., Robinson, Mark S., joint author., University of Alaska Fairbanks. Mineral Industry Research Laboratory., United States. Bureau of Mines.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.A4 A65 no. 34, TN270 A65 no. 34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 64 p. :
      Number of Pages64
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5020125M
      LC Control Number76624405

      A summary chapter provides an overview and presents a possible model for Alaska's Phanerozoic evolution. The Geology of Alaska is the largest publication produced in the Decade of North American Geology program, a fitting tribute to this magnificent area.   In consideration of the ROFR, the Miner will fund an initial exploration program estimated to cost US$, The program will consist of regional geochemical sampling, geological mapping and prospecting, which will be carried out in August by Millrock.

      Alaska's mineral industry experienced positive growth during , especially in the hard-rock mining and exploration sectors but suffered declines in mineral-development expenditures and in sand-and-gravel and stone production. Exploration expenditures totaled $ million in compared to $ million in Metallic Minerals Corp are a junior, project generator looking for silver with two exploration properties in Canada. They have a market capitalisation of ~C$M which is a rise of roughly 68% over the last two months. As of 06/21/ they have no debt and ~C$M cash.

      ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Nearly $ million was spent on mineral exploration for primarily large mine opportunities in Alaska last year, . under the prior law. Royalty rates in Tanzania changed for certain minerals such as metallic minerals (e.g., copper, gold, silver and platinum) from 3% to 4%. Although most countries have a mining royalty, there are exceptions. Mexico, for example, does not impose a mining royalty. However, Mexico has had proposals to.


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Get this from a library. Cost of exploration for metallic minerals in Alaska. [D J Grybeck; Bradley C Peek; M S Robinson; University of Alaska Fairbanks. Mineral Industry Research Laboratory.; United States. Bureau of Mines.]. Get this from a library.

Cost of exploration for metallic minerals in Alaska, [Paul A Metz; Bruce W Campbell; Alaska. Office of Mineral Development.; University of Alaska Fairbanks. Mineral Industry Research Laboratory.] -- This report is a detailed source of information on the costs of mineral exploration in Alaska (salaries, transport, fuel, camp costs.

Cost of exploration for metallic minerals in Alaska - (M.I.R.L.), is a contemporary and detailed source of information relating to the costs of conducting mineral exploration for metallics in Alaska with commentary on the availability of essential services.

As such it will serve the needs of established mining companies engaged in Cited by: 1. Metallic Minerals Corp. (MMG:TSX.V; MMNGF:OTCMKTS) announced in a news release it started its exploration campaign at its Keno silver project in the Yukon's Keno Hill district by mobilizing the first of two drills.

"We are now ramping up activities on our flagship Keno silver project, beginning at the East Keno target area," Chairman and CEO Greg Johnson said.

About Metallic Minerals. Metallic Minerals Corp. is a growth stage exploration company, focused on the acquisition & development of high-grade silver and gold in under-explored districts of mining-friendly jurisdictions proven to produce top-tier assets.

Our objective is to create value through a systematic, entrepreneurial approach to exploration. partnering the most high risk, high cost stages of exploration Millrock (TSX.V: MRO.V) is a project generator company focused on discovery and development of high value metallic mineral deposits in two jurisdictions with outstanding potential: the State of Alaska and Mexico – primarily the state of Sonora.

Duringestimated value for fuel minerals account for Rs. 1,71, crore or %, metallic minerals, Rs. 36, crore or % of the total value, non-metallic minerals, Rs. 52, crore or % of the total value and minor minerals, Rs.

mineral exploration. However, this method has potential usefulness in exploration and in geoenvironmental investigations (Ovnatanov and Tamrazyan, ; Brown and others, ; Zielinski and others, ; Houseman and others, ). Causes of heat flux anomalies include oxidizing sulfide minerals and high radioelement concentrations.

In the preceding pages some unit costs of sinking, drifting, cross-cutting, and drilling have been presented, together with a few costs covering entire churn-drilling campaigns.

Few figures are available covering the total cost of exploring a property before reaching a decision to develop it for production. However, figures are available covering expenditures for exploration and.

Exploration Defining extent and value of 2—5yr $1—15 million (Ore body) ore (examination/evaluation or $—/ton a. Sample (drilling or ($—/tonne) excavation),assay,test b. Alaska is presently experiencing a renaissance in mining on federal, state, private, and native lands.

From tothe minerals industly had an annual value of approximately $ million, with a record 1 billion in Nearly 3, year-round jobs were directly attributed to the minerals industq. N.C. White, in Encyclopedia of Geology, Introduction. Mineral exploration aims to discover deposits of minerals and rocks that can be used to meet the resource needs of society.

It encompasses the search for industrial raw materials (e.g., clay, limestone, sulphur, salts, and fertilizer minerals and rocks), ores from which metals are extracted (e.g., iron. The mineral rights give the owner permission to use the surface of the land to access the minerals for exploration and production.

Though penalties could be levied and the mineral rights can even be withdrawn if the miner contravenes the surface damage agreement stipulating what types of activities are permissible. Non-metallic Minerals. A number of non-metallic minerals are currently mined in Alaska’s southeast.

Near Wrangell, a garnet-bearing schist wall has been mined for specimen-grade garnets since the early s (Figure ). The mine is currently owned by the local Boy Scout Troop, which collects and sells the garnets to tourists.

Lambert, C., and Taylor, D.,Factors affecting costs of mining in Alaska: University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory Report No. 60, 31 p. Report No. 58 Madonna, J.A.,Zeolite deposits of possible economic significance on the northern Alaska Peninsula: University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory Report No.

Gold Ore Mineral # Kensington Mine, Juneau District, Juneau Borough, Alaska 15 x 7 x 5 cm $ Gold Ore Mineral # Another view showing a close-up of pyrites in white quartz; trace the pyrites upward and note the color change at the top near the black semicircle where mineralization of the pyrites changes to a copper color.

SRK Book News and Events commissioned SRK Consulting Canada to undertake a structural geology interpretation of the Pogo district in central Alaska, to assist ongoing exploration targeting.

SRK has a great deal of experience in assisting companies to implement minerals exploration programs from greenfields to advanced projects. The BLM's minerals program publishes the updated cost recovery fees, which become effective on October 1, the start of the fiscal year (FY).

This rule updates the cost recovery fees established by the cost recovery fee rule published on Septem (83 FR ), effective October 1, Alaska Structures ® provides safe shelter and storage solutions for mineral exploration operations around the world.

SinceAlaska Structures has been the choice of companies that need camp systems or fabric buildings that are highly portable and tough enough to perform as intended in any climate and inclement weather.

Is Alaska sparingly endowed with metallic mineral resources. One approach to this question is to compare Alaska's total mineral production to the total production of a comparably sized, geologically similar region.

This method, called the unit regional value concept, is further explained by Griffiths (). Because large regions, by.

Chapter 2 – Mineral Resources 2 - 34 Kenai Area Plan MINERAL RESOURCES Goals Mineral and Energy Supplies. Make metallic and non-metallic minerals, coal, oil and gas, and geothermal resources available to contribute to the energy and mineral supplies and independence of the United States and Alaska.

Economic Development.for mineral exploration and geotechnical work. • [email protected] CONTENTS Critical Minerals Alaska Released May Critical Minerals Alaska is a special magazine published by North of 60 Mining News. To order additional copies of this special publica - tion, contact Rebecca Lasley at RebeccaL.The Trust Land Office conducted further exploration work on its Icy Cape property.

The Icy Cape Gold and Industrial Heavy Minerals Project is designed as a staged and incremental effort with its focus on evaluation of the potential for development of gold and industrial heavy mineral resources. The elevated marine sand deposits contain garnet and epidote group minerals.