103 wilderness %26 mining

103 wilderness %26 mining - OUTLINE: WILDERNESS &...

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OUTLINE: WILDERNESS & MINING RESOURCES 1. NATIONAL WILDERNESS SYSTEM. 2. ROCK AND MINERAL NEEDS. 4. METHODS OF MINING. Suggested Reading: Mitchell, J.G. 2006. Mining the mountains. Smithsonian (January issue) pages 74-85. [article on mountaintop mining]
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NATIONAL WILDERNESS SYSTEM DEFINED BY LAWS: __________________________ __________________________ . DEFINITION: _____________________ ________________________________. PRACTICAL DEFINITION: __________
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WILDERNESS SYSTEM IMPORTANT DIFFERENCE FROM OTHER LANDS: _________________ ________________________________ ______ UNITS, ___________HECTARES ______ OF WILDERNESS SYSTEM IS IN ALASKA.
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CONTROVERSY ________________ ________________ ________________. EXAMPLE: GRAND STAIRCASE – ESCALANTE NAT. MONUMENT (now part of Bryce Canyon National Park). Grand Staircase – Escalante NM. Created by Pres. Clinton. Could have large wilderness areas.
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MINERAL RESOURCES CASE STUDY: AMERICAN BARRICK RESOURCES
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