Mining Industry of Yukon, 1936.
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Mining Industry of Yukon, 1936.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesMemoir (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 209
ContributionsBostock, H.S.
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Open LibraryOL21906546M

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Anyone arriving in Yukon must self-isolate for 14 days. This includes all workers arriving in Yukon that are working at a: placer or hard rock mine; exploration camp; or ; any other business or duty associated with the mining and exploration industry. Upon entering Yukon, every person must present a signed declaration to an enforcement officer. Energy, Mines and Resources Library Find mining, geology and energy reports, maps, aerial photographs, journals and periodicals at the Yukon's largest resource library. Yukon Minerals Advisory Board This board was established to advise the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources on mineral development matters. In New York the Yukon-Caribou-British Columbia Gold Mining Company was capitalized at $8,,; the Northwest Mining and Trading Company authorized 5,, shares at $1 each. Stock issues of $1,, and up were commonplace in New York, and there were many other companies capitalized at more modest amounts. Monnett, Lester L. "Yukon Experiences from on: Autobiography of Lester L. Monnett Written in the Years ," edited by Beulah May (Nerd) Parris, NPS files. Reed, Irving M. Report: "Upper Koyuyuk Region, Alaska.".

Mining Insider, Mines, Yukon Fireweed intersects 38 meters of % Zinc, % Lead and g/t Silver. Fireweed Zinc is a new public mineral exploration company focused on zinc and managed by a veteran team of mining industry professionals. December Division of Mines and Mining 83 Minerals Year Book, published by U. S. Bureau of Mines. It is believed that these figures are substantially correct. The following table shows the mineral production of Washington for , as compared with the production for MINERAL PRODUCTION IN WAS HINGTON PRODCOT ~!i~er~~~h~. How a novice miner survived a summer in the Klondike in a Sisyphean struggle to erase $10, of debt—and a season of mining sounds like the perfect corrective, or at least the most perfect. Mining. Our Vision. That mining in the Yukon occurs only in places where such activities are ecologically and culturally acceptable. Where mining occurs, it will be based on need for the metal, on sound economics, and it will be done in a way that ensures that perpetual treatment is not necessary.

THE INDUSTRY THAT FORGED THE MODERN WORLD Throughout history metals and raw materials have underpinned human activity. So it is that the industry responsible for extracting these materials from the ground - mining - has been ever present throughout the history of civilisation, from the ancient world of the Egyptians and Romans, to the industrial revolution and the British Empire, and through 4/5(3). Inventory to the Mining Recorder records. ii. certain claims by the crown for sale at auction. Grouping claims and granting hydraulic concessions was a practice that proved highly controversial in the early years of the century. After registering a placer claim, the File Size: KB. Mining Conditions today. Yukon is a great place for mining operations. The Yukon government controls and administers its natural resources. Decisions about oil and gas, mining, lands, forests, and water are made by Yukoners. New initiatives are based on the principles of creating legal certainty, implementing regulatory efficiency, applying the. A note on Placer Mining Royalties. The Yukon Placer Mining royalty regime is much more in need of reform than the Quartz Mining Act regime. Under the Placer Mining Act (Section 85), the Yukon levies a royalty on all gold shipped from the Yukon for export, whether in the form of raw gold as mined or bars.