British Columbia mineral output statistical summary 1980-1992
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British Columbia mineral output statistical summary 1980-1992

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Published by Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources in Victoria .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Mineral industries - British Columbia

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Pagination25 p.
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22020890M

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The British Columbia Mineral Output - Statistical Summary series is intended to update the series of provincial statistics on British Columbia's mineral industry production dating back to the 's. Its focus is primarily historical and summarizes annual statistics from and on. British Columbia mineral output - statistical summary Notes on Statistics Statistics on the British Columbia mineral indus­ try are collected, compiled and tabulated for publication in this report by th Minerae Statisticl s Section, Mineral Policy Branch, of the Mineral Re­ sources Division. Petroleum industry statistics are collected and com­ piled by the Energy Resource Divisios annd are. The mineral occurrence feature depicts a body of rock containing, or thought to contain, ore minerals or potential ore minerals. A geographic location depicts the most significant physical reference point to the mineralization. MINFILE contains geological, location and economic information on o metallic, industrial mineral and coal occurrences in British Columbia. The database is. Since then the USGS has produced a number of other publications containing summary deposit models, including two significant Open File reports with a large number of industrial minerals models (Orris and Bliss, , ). Mineral deposit profiles British Columbia mineral deposit profiles are concise descriptions tied to a series of headings.

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