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Reconnaissance of Rare-metal Occurrences Associated With the Old Crow Batholith, Eastern Alaska-northwestern Canada.
Short Notes on Alaskan Geology 1981 :43-49
Evidence suggests that the emplacement, tectonics, and chemical composition of the old crow batholith, located in eastern Alaska and western Yukon Territory, Canada, are favorable for the occurrence of tin, tungsten, uranium, tantalum, niobium, and other rare metals. This evidence is reinforced by findings of uranium, tin, rare-earth oxides, and base metals during the 1976-80 field seasons.
Short Notes on Alaskan Geology, 1981, Geol. Rept. 73, 1982, PP. 43- 49
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