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The Mineral Potential of Alaska's Mt. McKinley Region: A Summary Report.
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A survey of mineral potential in the Mt. McKinley, Alaska, region indicates that mineral deposits and occurrences are relatively abundant. With the exception of deposits between Mt. Eielson and Slippery Creek, the known deposits occur mostly outside the present boundaries of Mt. McKinley National Park. Most metallic deposits are clustered within three major mineral belts or trends--Chulitna- Yentna, Kantishna, and Dall. The survey identified new mineralized areas where more data are needed. It cannot be considered as definitive of the ultimate potential of the Mt. McKinley region.
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C. C. Hawley & Associates
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