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Mineral Resources in the Arctic

By: Rognvald Boyd(Editor), Terje Bjerkgård(Editor), Bobo Nordahl(Editor), Henrik Schiellerup(Editor)
484 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w maps
Mineral Resources in the Arctic
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All available information on the most important metal- and diamond deposits in the Arctic has been assembled in a book (accompanied by a map) and in a database. These sources provide information on 28 diamond deposits and 207 large, very large and potentially large metal deposits, in regions north of 60°N in eight countries in the Arctic.

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By: Rognvald Boyd(Editor), Terje Bjerkgård(Editor), Bobo Nordahl(Editor), Henrik Schiellerup(Editor)
484 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w maps
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