|Statement||prepared for United States Department of the Interior, United States Bureau of Land Management, Scientific Systems Development Branch by Geoffrey W. Mathews [and] William H. Blackburn|
|Series||GEM report, Geology, energy, and mineral (GEM) resource assessment|
|Contributions||TERRADATA (Firm), United States. Bureau of Land Management. Branch of Scientific Systems Development|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Feb 07, · Assessment of geology, energy, and minerals (GEM) resources, South Fork Owyhee River GRA (NV), Elko County, Nevada: [final report] Item PreviewPages: Feb 02, · Geology, energy and mineral (GEM) resource assessment of the Petticoat Peak GRA, Idaho, including the Petticoat Peak () Wilderness Study Area: phase IPages: Assessment of geology, energy, and minerals (GEM) resources, Cedar Ridge GRA (NV), Elko County, Nevada: [final report] Item PreviewPages: Geology, energy and mineral resources assessment of the Kitt Peak area, Arizona / By. Cruver, Susan K. Geoexplorers International, Inc. United States. Bureau of Land Management. United States. Dept. of the Interior. Bureau of Land Management. Genre. Book Material Type. Published material. Publication info.
Title. Geology, energy and mineral resources assessment of the Bill Williams area, Arizona: draft / By. Wodzicki, Antoni. Cruver, Susan K. Geology, energy, and mineral (GEM) resource assessments were conducted in three wilderness study areas (WSAs) in Socorro County, in central New Mexico; Sierra Las Cansa, Veranito, and Stallion. The study assesses the potential for locatable, leasable, and salable energy and mineral resources within each WSA. The U.S. Geological Survey assesses resources (mineral, energy, water, environmental, and biologic) at regional, national, and global scales to provide science in support of land management and decision making. Mineral resource assessments provide a synthesis of available information about where mineral deposits are known and suspected to be in. Apr 01, · "The book provides an extensive overview of natural resources and societal issues associated with extracting raw materials." (Economic Geology, August )"It is difficult to specify the readership that would benefit most from this book, but advanced students of economic geology, mining engineering and environmental studies would certainly find much of interest by perusal of selected .
"The topics covered in this book have been arranged so that students can build their knowledge of geology on a foundation of overarching principles. Thus, the book starts by considering how the Earth formed, and how it is structured, overall, from its surface to its center. Mineral resource assessments are tools used for projecting the potential for undiscovered domestic and global deposits of minerals such as copper and rare-earth elements. Land management agencies, industry and the public use this mineral resource information to help project future resource development. Essentials of Mineral Exploration and Evaluation offers a thorough overview of methods used in mineral exploration campaigns, evaluation, reporting and economic assessment processes. Fully illustrated to cover the state-of-the-art exploration techniques and evaluation of mineral assets being practiced globally, this up-to-date reference offers. How is geology important for our energy resources? Coal, oil, and natural gas are formed by geological processes over millions of years. Certain geological formations can indicate a reservoir of coal, oil, or natural gas. Also, geothermal processes can be used as an energy resource. How are these formations identified? How are the resources.