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Mineral Appraisal of Certain Alaska National Interest Lands, Proposed Lake Clark National Park: A Summary Report.
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In 1977, the Bureau of Mines studied the known occurrences and significant anomalies and made reconnaissance sampling surveys of the proposed Lake Clark National Park in southwest Alaska. Several occurrences, some of which merit more study, were discovered during the program. The mineralized areas are defined by the occurrence of mineral deposits, by the presence of rock-units favorable for mineralization, by stream sediment samples, and by any other sampling data that could be obtained.
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