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  • 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.
  • 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 ...
  • 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, ...
  • Behlke, Charles E. (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1968)
    The water resource research requirements for Alaska revolve around the needs of a rapidly expanding population and industrial growth in an unpopulated country. It appears that many of the problems which have been researched ...
  • Burton, S. (University of Alaska; Institute of Water Resources, 1968)
    POPULAR ABSTRACT: Bacterial populations were examined in a sub-Arctic lake to augment the understanding of the flow of organic material and other nutrients through these waters. Several micro-organisms were isolated, ...
  • Swartz, L.G. (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1968-02)
    Studies during the summer and early fall of 1967 show that Schistosomatium douthitti, a blood fluke which may pose a health hazard to man, is well established in the surface waters and surrounding terrestrial environments ...
  • Kim, Steve W.; Johnson, Phillip R.; Murphy, R. Sage (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1969)
    The expanding economic activity throughout the State of Alaska has created an urgent demand for water resource data. Ground water quality information is of particular interest since this is the most used source for ...
  • Murphy, R. Sage (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1969)
    The foaming technique has found extensive use for organic, ion, and colloid separations from liquid systems. When used to remove an ion or a colloid, a specific surface-active agent of opposite charge to the particle ...
  • Heiner, L.E. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1969)
    This Handbook has been compiled to acquaint the Alaskan prospector with the more recent application of geophysics for locating economic metallic minerals. For this reason, well documented subjects such as the use of the ...
  • 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 ...
  • Rao, P.D. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1969)
    Two samples of low-volatile bituminous coal from Bering River Coal Field were sized to 0.525" x 3, 3 x 6, 6 x 10, 10 x 20, and 20 x 35 mesh and their washability characteristics studied at specific gravities ranging from ...
  • 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 ...
  • Wolff, Ernest (Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, 1969)
    It is hoped that this book will be of value to many different classes of men engaged in the search for mineral deposits. These classes might include the experienced practical prospector who would like to learn something ...
  • Murphy, R. Sage; Hartman, Charles W. (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1969-03)
    Students and residents of the Arctic are familiar with the many problems peculiar to the geographical area. This monograph will consider an adequate, safe, and reliable water distribution system. Water supply, together ...
  • Wagner, David G. (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1969-05)
  • Heiner, L.E. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1970)
    Continued interest by exploration companies in a Southeastern Alaska resource study in progress by the Mineral Industry Research Laboratory has prompted the release of some of the maps prior to the completion of the study. ...
  • MIRL (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1970)
  • Heiner, L.E. (University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory, 1970)
    A general computer program has been written to process geochemical data resulting from the analysis of up to 34 trace elements per sample. This program will: 1. Produce a table for direct inclusion in formalreports. The ...
  • Hartman, Charles W.; Carlson, Robert F. (University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, 1970-11)
    In July, 1969, the Institute of Water Resources began a study of Alaska's Arctic water resources in response to the impending resource development of Arctic regions. The intent of the study was to provide a literature ...

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