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What does KMDA stand for?

KMDA stands for Known Mineral Deposit Areas

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known mineral deposit areas; economic assessment of mining and minerals-related activities in the interior columbia river basin introduction
Publication Details. Title: Mineral terranes and known mineral deposit areas of Alaska - digital map documentation; Authors: Resource Data, Inc., and Alaska Earth...
Known Mineral Deposit Areas. Title: Fig4_PlacerDeposits Author: Rellefso Created Date: 12/1/2008 4:21:55 PM...
United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Mines Alaska Field Operations Center MINERAL TERRANES and KNOWN MINERAL DEPOSIT AREAS of ALASKA
identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present mineral production and /or known mineral resources- and
decisions have on the mineral industry, the USBM also identified and ranked known mineral deposit areas (KMDAs)-i.e., areas having past or present...
In July 2014 Wiking Mineral had 34 exploration projects in and outside of known mineral deposit areas, as well as two mining concessions (in Gladhammar and Vindfall). [3]
East and West Hyder known mineral deposit areas 13 6 RMV vs resource size, open-pit gold models 14 A-1 RMV vs DCFROR massive sulfide modelson.
This dataset contains all Known Mineral Deposit Areas in the state of New Mexico. It is in a vector digital structure digitized from a 1:500,000 scale...
United States Department of the Interior. Bureau of Mines Alaska Field Operations Center. MINERAL TERRANES and KNOWN MINERAL DEPOSIT AREAS of ALASKA
This coverage shows known mineral deposit areas (KMDA's) for locatable minerals. Locatable minerals include all that may be obtained by locating and perfecting mining...
Get this from a library! Availability of federal mineral land compared with known mineral deposit areas for selected leasable minerals in Idaho. [Ted R Brandt; Paul C...