ABSTRACT (first paragraph) This project consisted of three phases designed to aid in the mineral potential evaluation of state administered mineral lands. These consisted of: (1.) an evaluation of open-file drill core housed in the DNR Core Library in Hibbing; (2.) an evaluation of continuous core analysis techniques; and (3.) investigating the feasibility of moving Minnesota drill core from the USBM Core Library in St. Paul to the DNR Core Library in Hibbing.
Report 255: 1987; Drill Core Evaluation for Platinum Group Mineral Potential of the Basal Zone of the Duluth Complex, Minnesota; evaluation of selected drill cores from Duluth complex for PGE; T57N-62N R11W-14W
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Authors: E.H. Dahlberg
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Author: MN DNR, Division of Lands and Minerals