Mining News: Roads could unlock mineral potential
Alaska studies two proposals that could pave way for major deposits in remote West; private partners may repay public investment
Alaska is considered one of the most mineralized provinces on Earth, but a vast amount of this wealth is locked up in a more than 350,000-square-mile, or 906,000-square-kilometer, area west of Alaska’s contiguous road system. Surface transportation is considered key to unlocking the immense mineral....
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