2 edition of Geographic factors as retardants to the development of Alaska"s mineral industries found in the catalog.
Geographic factors as retardants to the development of Alaska"s mineral industries
Karl Earvil Francis
Written in English
|Statement||by Karl Earvil Francis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||108 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||108|
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The reported value of Alaska's mineral industry in totaled $ billion, a decrease of percent from The total value for is a composite of the year's expenditures on exploration and development, plus the revenue to the operators from the commodities produced. This page album-format book traces the 49th state's petroleum and mineral industries from the time of the gold rush to the oil pipeline.
Profusely illustrated with pictures and charts, it will be welcomed by both professional readers and laymen. -- Indianapolis NewsFormat: Paperback. Trends in Alaska's mineral industry Paperback – January 1, by Alvin Kaufman (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ Author: Alvin Kaufman. Alaska's mineral industry Authors: Szumigala, D.J., Harbo, L.A., and Adleman, J.N. Publication Date: Nov ; Publisher: Alaska Division of Geological.
Mining Costs. Mining costs depend on factors like the remoteness of a deposit, ore grade, tax rates, cost of environmental compliance, financing available, and the technology and logistics that can be brought to bear on the project. Technological innovations have over time enabled humans to extract metal much more cost-effectively, letting us target lower and lower grade ores, as richer.
Alaska taxes companies mining on state lands, but the tax structure has hardly changed since With the proposed Pebble Mine on the horizon, we look at the mining tax law. 10 MINERAL RESOURCES OF ALASKA, \ GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF INVESTIGATIONS.
GENERAL WORK. The writer was engaged in office work until July 6, when he started for Alaska. A conference was held with Mr. Witherspoon at Juneau, and B. Johnson's camp at Valdez was reached on July Author: A.H.
Brooks. MINERAL INDUSTRY OF ALASKA IN By PHILIP S. SMITH 1 The mineral industry of Alaska was for many years the dominant incentive for the development of the Territory. Later, as the other possibilities of the Territory became better known, other industries sprang up and partly reduced the preeminence of mining, though Author: P.S.
Smith. Mineral Industry Opportunities in Alaska MAPTS University of Alaska Dennis Steffy [email protected] Mine Safety and Health Administration •mandatory.
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Mineral resource development policy in Arctic Alaska M. Sengupta Alaska is richly endowed with world class deposits of metals and coal besides petroleum. Development of mineral industry has been slow.
Metal prices, mining costs and lack of infrastructure have been major factors inhibiting mineral development in : M. Sengupta. from Congress, the National Academies convened the Committee on Cumulative Environmental Effects of Oil and Gas Activities on Alaska’s North Slope to assess probable cumulative effects of oil and gas activities on various receptors—that is components of the File Size: KB.
There is an enormous amount of animal and mineral resources that make up Alaska's industries. They include: dairy, crabs, fish, forestry, fur, greenhouse products, hay, potatoes, reindeer, platinum, shrimp and vegetables. One of the biggest industries in Alaska is mining. Coal Regulatory Program Manager Division of Mining, Land & Water West 7th Avenue Suite Anchorage, AK () Email.
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2 JANUARY ALASKA ECONOMIC TRENDS JANUARY Volume 37 Number 1 ISSN Alaska Economic Trends is a monthly publica on whose purpose is to objec vely inform the public about a wide variety of economic issues in the state.
Trends is funded by the Employment and Training Services Division of the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development and is published by. A meta description is an HTML tag in the HTML code of your website, which allows you to customize a section of text that describes the page itself.
It plays a role in how your page is seen by search engine crawlers, and how it appears in SERPs. Newcomers and visitors to the University of Alaska often ask, "Why was the university originally located in Fairbanks rather than in Anchorage, Juneau, or some other more southern Alaskan city?". The third is the Community Development Quota (CDQ), which evolved from the Magnuson Fisheries Conservation and Management Act; the CDQ is reviewed both in its current fishing-industry configuration and as a potential model for providing future local economic development opportunities in other extraction industries.
SUMMARY OF ALASKA’S MINERAL INDUSTRY FOR bY R.C. Swainbank, T.K. Bundtzen, and J.E. Wood Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys in cooperation with Division of Business Development and Division of Mining February THIS REPORT HAS NOT BEEN REVIEWED FOR TECHNICAL CONTENT (EXCEPT AS NOTED IN TEXT) OR,FOR CONFORMITY.
A "critical mineral" as defined by the Executive Order is a mineral identified to be (i) a non-fuel mineral or mineral material essential to the economic and national security of the United States. A release of hazardous materials could involve chemical, biological, or radioactive materials.
The ability to respond to a hazardous materials release will depend on many factors, including the amount of material spilled or involved in an incident, the physical, biological and chemical characteristics of the material, the material's health and hazard characteristics, the location of the spill.
One of the drivers of flame retardants in furniture is the California Standard Technical Bulletinwhich is a state flammability standard for upholstered furniture. PBDEs are not chemically bonded to the matrices of the materials.
They can escape from their matrix through release to the air and accumulate in dust (Stapleton, ).File Size: 1MB. Last Updated Jan ; 1. All rates are perAge-adjusted rates are peradjusted to U.S. year standard population.
When comparing rates for different populations, age-adjusted rates. Against the backdrop of an increased focus on critical minerals at the federal level, North of 60 Mining News — an Alaska-based trade publication covering mineral resource issues for Alaska, northern British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut — has started a new series of articles ARPN followers may wish to bookmark.
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Economics Chapter 1 McDugle Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Inthe top ten leading causes of death claimed the lives of 3, Alaska residents, accounting for 73% of 4, total deaths.
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Chemicals designed as fire retardants are so widespread that they've been found in the droppings of reindeer in a remote Norwegian Arctic archipelago, a Author: Alaska News. Pantry Practices in Rural South-Central & Southeast Alaska () – Coming Soon.
This report shares findings from a study conducted inand looks at pantry practices from the client perspective. In this report we will examine pantry distribution schedules, the use of client choice, the use of proxy pick-ups, and the overall sense of. Alaska Economic Trends is a monthly magazine that covers a broad range of economic issues.
Click here to sign up for a free electronic subscription. Click here for a paid print subscription. Alaska Economic Trends are searchable from to the present using the Trends search page. She included some information on toxicity of new vs. older long-term retardants used in Alaska, video clips, and demonstrations (which our meeting format software unfortunately failed to record).
Here's the edited version of her live presentation to fire managers in Fairbanks, Alaska. There are three primary factors that contribute to Alaska's Climate Latitude. Covering an area ofsquare miles and almost 20 degrees of latitude from about 51°N to 71°N, the spatial coverage of Alaska is quite expansive.
Given the high latitude environment, the state experiences extreme seasonal variability in solar radiation. Flame retardants and legacy contaminants were analyzed in adipose tissue from 11 circumpolar polar bear (Ursus maritimus) subpopulations in – spanning Alaska east to gh 37 polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), total-(α)-hexabromocyclododecane (HBCD), 2 polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs), pentabromotoluene, pentabromoethylbenzene, hexabromobenzene, 1,2-bis(2,4,6 Cited by: DOINews: BLM-Alaska: A Relic of Alaska's Mining Past Roars to Life.
11/5/ Last edited 9/5/ Inminers who were cleaning up an old mining claim near Coldfoot, Alaska, donated a s-era churn drill to the Bureau of Land Management.
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Mineral industry employment rose 18 percent in to 3, full-time-equivalent jobs, an increase of jobs from the total of 3, These jobs were distributed across Alaska.
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