Mining Properties Acquisition Costs: Kantishna Hills and Dunkle Mine Study Areas, Denali National Park, Alaska.
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This report describes the methodology and results of estimating the overall mineral resource value and the present cost of acquiring mineral property interests in the Kantishna Hills and Dunkle Mine study area of Denali National Park and preserve in south-central Alaska. Previous studies have underestimated the value of acquiring these properties. The cost of acquiring both placer and lode claims based on current market value is estimated to be about $157.2 million. The acquisition cost includes the value of the patented surface estate.
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