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  • Alaska Minerals Surface Management Bureau of Land

    Surface Management in Alaska Permits to Mine. The majority of mining operations on BLM managed lands are Placer Mining operations. Most placer miners in Alaska choose to use the State of Alaska’s "Application for Permits to Mine in Alaska" (APMA), formally called the "Annual Placer Mining Application," to apply for permits. Through an agreement with the Alaska Department of Natural

  • MINING IN ALASKA AMA

    The pioneers knew they were just barely scratching the surface on what gold and other precious minerals would mean to Alaska’s future. From Nome to the Ketchikan, mining opportunities in Alaska are as vast as the Last Frontier itself. Through direct and indirect jobs, state and local tax revenues, and royalties transferred to Native corporations, the mining of gold, silver, copper, zinc, lead, and coal mining plays a vital role in sustaining Alaska

  • MAJOR MINES AMA Alaska Miners Association

    Approximately 120 active rock quarries, and sand and gravel operations throughout Alaska with at least $12 million in production value on state lands. Export value of $1.8 billion, or 36% of Alaska’s total exports (2017). • 205 active placer mines produce RECLAMATION Click HERE for Alaska's Reclamation progress.

  • Alaska Surface Coal Mining Program

    Coal Mining in Alaska Pursuant to the Alaska Surface Coal Mining Control and Reclamation Act AS 27.21 Printed: January 1999 Alaska Department of Natural Resources Division of Mining 3601 C Street, Suite 1360 Anchorage, Alaska 99503 (907) 561-2020

  • Gold mining in Alaska Wikipedia

    Resurrection Creek was the site of Alaska's first gold rush in the late 1890s, and placer mining continues today. The Resurrection Creek watershed drains 161 square miles (420 km 2 ) on the north side of the Kenai Peninsula, and the community of Hope, Alaska is located at the mouth of Resurrection Creek. [60]

  • Alaska Surface Coal Mining Program

    Coal Mining in Alaska 11 AAC 90(Adopted by reference) Pursuant to the Alaska Surface Coal Mining Control and Reclamation Act AS 27.21 Effective: April 24, 2009 Alaska Department of Natural Resources Division of Mining, Land and Water 550 W. 7th Ave, Suite

  • Alaska Mining: Techniques, Companies, Exploration,

    Mining is drawing out of valuable minerals or other forms of geological matters like metals, precious stones from the earth.Materials unearthed by mining consists of

  • MINING Alaska Department of Natural Resources

    Alaska Surface Coal Mining Control and Reclamation Act Articles 1, 2 & 4 (AS 27.21.010-.260, AS 27.21.900 .999) (See Section XII) 10 . Abandoned Mines (Article 3) (AS 27.21.270 .340) (See Section XIII) 10 General Provisions (Article 4) (AS 27.21.900 .999) 10 . Exploration Incentive Credits (AS 27.30.010 .099) (See Section V) 10

  • WATER SURFACE MINING IN ALASKA Bandopadhyay, P.M. Fox

    plan. While the methodologies develom here will be useful in any surface mining situation, the scope of the work will be limited to a discussion of placer mining in the northern region of Alaska. The primary objectives of this project are to improve rnethds for deter- mining summer streamflow and stream respnse to surface mining activities in

  • Alaska Mining: Techniques, Companies, Exploration,

    Mining is drawing out of valuable minerals or other forms of geological matters like metals, precious stones from the earth.Materials unearthed by mining consists of

  • MAJOR MINES AMA Alaska Miners Association

    Approximately 120 active rock quarries, and sand and gravel operations throughout Alaska with at least $12 million in production value on state lands. Export value of $1.8 billion, or 36% of Alaska’s total exports (2017). • 205 active placer mines produce RECLAMATION Click HERE for Alaska's Reclamation progress.

  • Surface coal mining in Alaska: an investigation of the

    Surface coal mining in Alaska: an investigation of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 in relation to Alaskan conditions. Final report

  • S.P. #4 Surface coal mining in Alaska 1980, an

    Surface coal mining in Alaska 1980, an investigation of the surface mining control and reclamation act of 1977 in relation to Alaskan conditions. Authors: MIRL; Publication Date: 1980; Publisher: University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory ; Ordering Info: Contact UAF MIRL ; Quadrangle(s): Alaska Statewide ; Citation ID: 14943; Bibliographic Reference. MIRL, 1980, Surface coal

  • Alaska Alaska Surface Coal Mining Control and

    Alaska Surface Coal Mining Control and Reclamation Act. Article 1. Legislative Findings and Purpose. Article 2. Surface Coal Mining. Article 3. Abandoned Mines. Article 4. General Provisions. Disclaimer: These codes may not be the most recent version. Alaska may have more current or accurate information. We make no warranties or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the

  • Section 1298 Alaskan surface coal mine study, 30 U.S.C

    Section 1298 Alaskan surface coal mine study (a) Contract with National Academy of Sciences-National Academy of Engineering. The Secretary is directed to contract to such extent or in such amounts as are provided in advance in appropriation Acts with the National Academy of Sciences-National Academy of Engineering for an in-depth study of surface coal mining conditions in the State of Alaska

  • Coal Mine Reclamation groundtruthtrekking.org

    Alaska Regulations. Like many states, Alaska has its own additional reclamation program which is known as the Alaska Surface Coal Mining Control & Reclamation Act, passed into law in 1983. This act contains the detailed requirements for adequate mine reclamation as defined by the state. The law also dictates that the reclamation bonds can be released back to the mine operator in three stages. The first bond

  • Millrock Acquires Gold Exploration Mining Connection

    The Fairbanks District has produced in excess of 8 million ounces of placer gold and more than 8 million ounces of lode gold production as reported by the Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical (DGGS) surveys. As also documented by DGGS, more than 148,000 ounces of placer gold is reported to have been extracted from valleys that drain the Treasure Creek claim block. Both projects are fully

  • El Dorado Gold Mine Wikipedia

    The El Dorado Gold Mine is owned by Alaska Riverways, Inc., and is located 10 miles north of Fairbanks on the Elliot Highway. History. The El Dorado Gold Mine began as a placer mining claim operated by the "Swede Brothers" of Fairbanks in the early 1900s. As records of the era were spotty and often poorly kept, the mine's exact ownership history for much of the first half of the century is unclear,

  • Kennecott, Alaska Wikipedia

    Kennecott, also known as Kennicott and Kennecott Mines, is an abandoned mining camp in the Valdez-Cordova Census Area in the U.S. state of Alaska that was the center of activity for several copper mines. It is located beside the Kennicott Glacier, northeast of Valdez, inside Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve.The camp and mines are now a National Historic Landmark District

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