1 edition of Canadian Mineral Industry in 1951 found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|2||Reports (Canada. Mines Branch) -- 841|
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New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, respectively, are home to potash and formations, and salt deposits are scattered throughout the region. The fact that Sudbury was a declining metropolis gave it considerable influence with the provincial and federal governments.
"The sands rank with the U. E Met ; 1957 — metallurgy as a major track for the BSc degree program B. 1960: The Government of Canada has. Comments that violate our community guidelines will not be posted. Treat others as you wish to be treated• Publication History The earliest issue of The Canadian Mineral Industry we know of was for 1927, though similar publications may go back as early as 1886.
In 1951, White took up the Queensland government's offer to lease the Silver Mine at Indooroopilly formerly Finney's Hill United Silver Mines Limited , to be used as a teaching and research facility.
When the company subdivided its portion of the site in 1886, it used a gridiron plan that recognized the influence of the pocketed topography and the existing rights-of-way of the railway lines.
The volume of shipments most often will vary because of shifts in ore grade, changes to mine production capacity and mine expansions, openings, closings and suspensions.