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  • MIRL (1964)
    Research that will lead to the utilization of Alaska's mineral resources and hence create new wealth must be 1::ontinued at an increased rate in the future if a strong mineral industry is to be developed and maintained. ...
  • MIRL (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1965)
    Continuous research is the key to problem solutions and also to new developments in winning minerals from any environment, be it the land, the air, or the sea. Strong research programs yield both present and future ...
  • Beasley, C.A. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory (MIRL), 1965)
    This study was originally proposed to the Alaska Department of Economic Development and Planning as part of a continuing effort by the Mineral Industry Research Lab of the University of Alaska to strengthen and diversity ...
  • Haring, R.C.; Beasley, C.A. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1965)
    This investigation was undertaken jointly by the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory and the Institute of Business, Economic and Government Research at the University of Alaska. It is one of a continuing series of studies ...
  • Harkinson, F.C. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1965)
    The United States Bureau of Mines, Geological Survey, and other agencies have made extensive investigations on Alaskan coals. Coke tests on Alaskan coals as early as 1908 have indicatedd, that a few coals are of coking ...
  • Heiner, L.E.; Loskamp, A.N. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1966)
    Increased construction costs coupled with the current large demand for aggregate materials prompted an investigation by the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory to find deposits of shale suitable for the manufacture of ...
  • MIRL (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1966)
    The mineral and human resources of a state and/or nation are to a large extent the basis of a strong and flourishing economy. In Alaska this is currently illustrated by the activities of the oil and gas industry and the ...
  • Heiner, Lawrence; Geller, Stephen P. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1966)
    A Fortran IV trend surface program with polynomial contouring and residual plotting has been adapted to the University of Alaska IBM 360 Model 40 Computer. The program will compute equations of polynomials of the first ...
  • Wolff, E.N.; Haring, R.C. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1967)
    This report on the natural resource base of the Fairbanks North Star Borough is one of several continuing research projects related to community planning in Alaska. It represents an interdisciplinary effort of the Mineral ...
  • Heiner, L.E.; Wolff, E.N. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1967)
    The Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, University of Alaska, has investigated the application of computers and statistics to mineral deposits in Alaska. Existing programs have been adapted and new ones written for the ...
  • Heiner, L.E.; Beistline, E.H.; Moody, D.W.; Thomas, B.I.; Wallis, J.E.; Loperfido, J.C.; Peterson, R.J.; Wolff, E.N. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1967)
    Trace element distribution in a subarctic valley in the Cleary Hill area of the Fairbanks gold district has been studied. Zinc and arsenic have been found excellent pathfinder elements for auriferous deposits. Methods of ...
  • Wolff, E.N.; Heiner, L.E.; Lu, F.C. (1967)
    This report is a preliminary report by the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory to the NORTH committee on the subject of mineral resources in the region to be traversed by a proposed railroad.
  • MIRL (1967)
    This year the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory has concentrated its efforts on projects relating to the more complete utilization of Alaska's mineral resources. This report briefly describes the projects that have been ...
  • Glavinovich, P.S. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1967)
    The study concerns that portion of the Clearwater Mountains defined by north latitudes 63' 03' and 63' 08' and west longitudes 147' 09' and 147' 30'. Outcrop within the area consists predominantly of a sequence of ...
  • Rao, P.D. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1968)
    Seventy-five samples of coal from Northern Alaska, Jarvis Creek, Nenana, Matanuska, Kenai and Bering River Coal Fields were analyzed by quantitative spectrochemical procedures f o r lead, gallium, copper, barium, beryllium, ...
  • Heiner, L.E.; Wolff, E.N. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1968)
    PURPOSE. This is the final report on the work authorized on July 29, 1967, by the NORTH Commission. The purpose is to inventory mineral resources in northern Alaska and to delineate favorable mineral areas, insofar as ...
  • Zonge, K.L. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1968)
    A lightweight, low cost self-potential unit has been developed using solid state components. The parts for the basic unit including batteries, copper sulfate pots, and hookup wire costs approximately $70.00. The device is ...
  • Lu, F.C.; Heiner, L.E.; Harris, D.P. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1968)
    The study utilizes all available information pertaining to the resources of the Seward Peninsula in an attempt to present factual data as well as to predict by statistical means the resources yet to be found.
  • MIRL (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1969)
    The great importance of minerals to a state's sound economy can be no better illustrated than by the discovery of oil and gas in Alaska in 1957 in the Kenai Peninsula. This event has led to the establishment of local basic ...
  • Cook, D.J. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1969)
    Beach sand deposits along Alaska's shoreline have been prospected and worked for their precious metal content since the time of Russian occupation. Areas such as the Nome Beaches of the Seward Peninsula have been very ...

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