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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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This dataset was developed for the BLM Rapid Ecoregional Assessment for the Central Yukon and contains a database of descriptions of historic (inactive and closed) mines based on the Alaska Resource Data File (ARDF).
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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The Yukon Territory is underlain by a great variety of rock types ranging in age from Early Proterozoic to Recent and representing diverse environments including epicratonic basins, subsiding shelves, foreland basins, island arcs and deep ocean basins. Episodes of compressional and extensional deformation, transcurrent faulting, metamorphism and plutonism further complicate the map pattern. This complex geological record has been described in terms of the interactions of several terranes (large parts of the earth's crust which preserve a common geological record) with each other and with the margin of ancestral North America.
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...
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Federal and state mining claims and state prospects. Hard rock mines, placer mines, prospects, and mineral occurrences from the Alaska Resource Data File. Mineral resource deposits for six resources in the northern Central Yukon Planning Area. Medium Development Scenario (2040) human footprint with potential future additions shown in red. High Development Scenario (2040) human footprint with potential future additions shown in red. Federally protected areas as national parks, preserves, reserves, refuges, and wild and scenic rivers. Subsistence use areas for 6 resources: caribou, moose, furbearers, fish, wildfowl and vegetation. Known contaminated sites by location and contiminant type. These data are provided by...
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From the US Bureau of Mines map publication, "Availability of Federally Owned Minerals for Exploration and Development in the Western United States". The Bureau of Mines inventoried Federal mineral land in Wyoming and assessed the availability of this land for mineral exploration and development as affected by legal status and agency management practices. To illustrate the impact that various Federal land use decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and compared these areas spatially with availability of Federal mineral lands. Most Federal minerals, except...


map background search result map search result map Potential Exploitable Coal Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Carbon Dioxide Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Bentonite Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Oilshale Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Oil and Gas Fields for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Limestone Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Helium Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Uranium Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Trona Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Sulfur Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Potassium Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Phosphorus Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Zeolite Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Mineral occurences for the Yukon territory, Canada BLM REA CYR 2013 Locations of Active Mines in Central Yukon BLM REA CYR 2013 Locations of Historic Mines in Central Yukon BLM REA YKL 2011 YKL DV H Alaska ARDFDataset ISER BLM REA YKL 2011 Alaska Resource Data File BLM REA SNK 2010 Alaska Resource Data File (ARDF) - mines BLM REA NOS 2012 Anthropogenic Change Agents Figures E13 to E27 Potential Exploitable Bentonite Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Coal Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Carbon Dioxide Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Oilshale Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Oil and Gas Fields for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Limestone Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Helium Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Uranium Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Trona Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Sulfur Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Potassium Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Phosphorus Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 Potential Exploitable Zeolite Areas for Wyoming at 1:500,000 BLM REA YKL 2011 YKL DV H Alaska ARDFDataset ISER BLM REA SNK 2010 Alaska Resource Data File (ARDF) - mines BLM REA CYR 2013 Locations of Active Mines in Central Yukon BLM REA CYR 2013 Locations of Historic Mines in Central Yukon Mineral occurences for the Yukon territory, Canada BLM REA NOS 2012 Anthropogenic Change Agents Figures E13 to E27 BLM REA YKL 2011 Alaska Resource Data File