Mineral Potential Workshop
Report of ProceedingsMicroform - 1992
The Mineral Potential Mapping project is a multi-ministry project involving those segments of government responsible for building and maintaining land based resource inventories. The workshop was organized and conducted to rapidly synthesize the current knowledge on the production of mineral potential assessments from as wide an expert base as possible. Participants came from industry, government and academia and participated in work sessions that addressed the topics of meeting the needs of the end users, production of an economic potential map, quantitative or probabilistic and qualitative methodology case histories and their applicability to the program. This report summarizes the results of the work sessions and presentations.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, Mineral Resources Division, Geological Survey Branch, 1992
Description: 50 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 93-01175