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2 edition of Ecological survey for Brunswick Mining and Smelting Corporation Limited (smelting division) Belledune, N.B., July-August 1976. found in the catalog.

Ecological survey for Brunswick Mining and Smelting Corporation Limited (smelting division) Belledune, N.B., July-August 1976.

B. L. Hummel

Ecological survey for Brunswick Mining and Smelting Corporation Limited (smelting division) Belledune, N.B., July-August 1976.

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Published by Noranda Research Centre in Pointe Claire, Qc .
Written in English

Edition Notes

StatementBy B.L. Hummel.
SeriesAQUAMIN collecton -- Study no. 466.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22171987M

This thesis traces the development of the copper industry, mining and smelting, located mainly in Cornwall and South Wales respectively, between and , and the interaction between them. It is especially concerned with the impact on the mining industry of new sources of ore, technological change, and the regionalisation of copper smelting.   Finally, it has produced limited benefits for First Nations communities. Inadequate Consultation. First, the B.C. government has fallen short in its duty to ensure adequate consultation with First Nations about proposed mining projects. The problem is evident from the very beginning of the mining process. helps you find Mining Companies business listings in New Brunswick, and lets you know how to contact or visit. Mining Exchange Bldg. Miami, Oklahoma. Gentlemen: 1. December 9, Pursuant 'to your reque s't, I. have analyzed and classified the data relative to the van Buren:Mine. er. the Inclq Syndicate Mining. and. smelting Company and beg to submi't the following report. is a lead and zinc mining property consisting ef eighty (

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