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Found 10 records similar to Principal Mineral Areas, Producing Mines, and Oil and Gas Fields (900A)
This dataset provides information related to the top-spending off-mine-site exploration and deposit appraisal projects in Canada for the given reference year. The dataset is maintained by the Lands and Minerals Sector, Natural Resources Canada, and forms the basis for the annual Map of Top 100 Exploration and Deposit Appraisal Projects in Canada.
This view holds administrative areas for historic mining divisions that were once used in the Province of British Columbia with the addition of mining division codes. These boundaries are no longer used for current administration; however, they are necessary when submitting the title page for your Technical Work Report: more information on ARIS Reports www.empr.gov.bc.ca/Mining/Geoscience/ARIS). They can also be used to reference historical records.
This cartographic quality series of 1:1 000 000 scale colour maps cover the provincial extent of Alberta. The primary provincial base map displays the Alberta Township System (ATS), major hydrographic features, municipalities, major roads, railways and select geoadministrative features (parks, reserves, etc.). In addition to the primary provincial base map, this series includes various themes that overlay the primary base map. The update of this map series is based on the provincial Base Features Access Update Program that has an approximate 5 year update cycle.
Mineral tenure layer with the boundaries of current mineral claims and mining leases.
Mineral Occurrence layer with commodity and deposit type attributes. The attribute table contains a URL link to the online Mineral Occurrence database.
The boundaries of each unit are defined by latitude and longitude. Each unit is 15 seconds of latitude (approximately 460 m) by 22.5 seconds of longitude (approximately 480 m), having an average area of approximately 22 hectares.
The boundaries of each map grid are defined by latitude and longitude. Each grid area is 10 minutes of latitude (approximately 18.5 km) by 15 minutes of longitude (approximately 19.1 km).
The boundaries of each grid section are defined by latitude and longitude. Each grid section is 1 minute of latitude (approximately 1.8 km) by 1.5 minutes of longitude (approximately 1.9 km).
The dataset contains the extents of mineral claims of Nunavut. A mineral claim is an area of Crown Land that is staked out by an individual or Mineral Exploration Company that holds a valid Prospectors license. This grants the individual or mineral exploration company the mineral rights to the staked out piece of land as provided for under the Nunavut Mining Regulations, SOR/214-69. If the holder of a mineral claim wishes to produce minerals from the claim, or to hold it for more than ten years, the holder must apply for a lease of the claim.