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It's Time to Know the Planet's Mineral Resources
by Joseph A. Briskey, Klaus J. Schulz, John P. Mosesso, Lief R. Horwitz and Charles G. Cunningham
Finding mineral resources for a growing population and taking care of the environment at the same time calls for a global minerals assessment.
 
 

Who Will Use a Global 
Mineral Assessment?

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The Red Dog lead and zinc mine in northwest Alaska, operated by Cominco Alaska Inc. and owned by NANA Regional Corp., a Native corporation. Photo by Chris Arend Photography.
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