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Assessment Techniques for Concealed Mineral Resources project publications (as of May, 2009)

Primary Features of Mineral Systems


Sediment-hosted base metal deposits in the Northern Cordillera

Primary Contact: Karen Kelley: USGS, Denver:, 303-236-2467

Porphyry Cu-Au-Mo deposits in southwest Alaska (Pebble)

Primary Contact: Robert Eppinger: USGS, Denver:, 303-236-2468

Basin and Range, major metal deposit types

Primary Contact: Peter Vikre: USGS, Reno:, 775-784-5597

Upper midwest base metal deposits

Primary Contact: Klaus Schulz: USGS, Reston:, 703-648-6320

Fortymile region, Alaska: base metal deposits

Primary Contact: Cynthia Dusel-Bacon: USGS, Menlo Park:, 650-329-5719

Characteristics of post-mineralization cover

Cenozoic history of intermontane basins/adjacent highlands, Basin and Range region

Primary Contact: Alan Wallace: USGS, Reno:, 775-784-5789

Structural cover, northern Alaska

Primary Contact: Tom Moore: USGS, Menlo,, 650-329-5713

Geophysical methods to identify concealed mineral resources

Evaluation of Geophysical Assessment Methods not currently in use by the USGS

Primary Contact: Paul Bedrosian: USGS, Denver:, 303-236-4834

Textural analysis of geophysical data

Primary Contact: Mark Gettings: USGS, Tucson:, 520-670-5507

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