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This map depicts the 28 base-metal mines that operated for any period during 2004. Base-metal mines produce primarily copper, nickel, zinc, lead, cobalt, molybdenum and magnesium. There were no active base-metal mines in the Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Alberta, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland and Labrador for this year. The locations of 22 selected base-metal production facilities are shown to provide an industrial context for base-metal mining activity.
Closing stock of reserves of uranium, copper, gold from gold mines, lead, molybdenum, nickel, silver, zinc, crude bitumen, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal and lignite, sulphur, iron, and potash (tonnes unless otherwise noted).
This map depicts the 30 base-metal mines that operated for any period during 2003. Base-metal mines produce primarily copper, nickel, zinc, lead, cobalt, molybdenum and magnesium. There were no active base-metal mines in the Yukon Territory, Nunavut, Alberta, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia or Newfoundland and Labrador for this year. The locations of 24 selected base-metal production facilities are shown to provide an industrial context for base-metal mining activity.
Although the first claims in the Tombstone area were staked in 1901, most exploration to date has focused on high grade veins, skarns and uranium deposits, and pre-dates the search for bulk tonnage gold or shale-hosted nickel. Early reconnaissance geochemical programs by mining companies analysed a very limited range of elements, and assessment work on file covers only a small part (3.6%) of the study area. Recent GSC stream sediment geochemistry shows that compared to the rest of the Dawson map sheet, the Tombstone area contains highly anomalous gold, copper, molybdenum, tungsten, uranium, copper and rare earth values clustered around the Tombstone Suite intrusions, and anomalous nickel, copper, cobalt, chromium, zinc, iron and rare earth elements associated with a belt of Earn Group shale north of the proposed park. Known mineral deposits in the area include the Marn deposit (Minfile #116B147), a small, high-grade gold skarn with about 300 000 tonnes grading 8.6 g/t Au, 1% Cu, 0.1% W and 17g/t Ag, and the Tombstone deposit (Minfile #116B151), a very large, low-grade uranium resource with no published reserves.
Copper is present in tap water principally as a result of leaching from copper-containing components of distribution and plumbing systems. Copper has been, and continues to be, broadly used in drinking water applications, including in household pipes and in fittings. This guideline technical document reviews and assesses all identified health risks associated with copper in drinking water.
This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (28 items: Census metropolitan areas; Saguenay; Quebec; Edmonton; Alberta; Calgary; Alberta ...).
The mineral potential of the Northern Kluane Wildlife Sanctuary (KWS) is rated as HIGH. Within the KWS, rocks of the Wrangellia Terrane rate the highest as they include two mineral deposits with proven reserves, one past producer, favorable stratigraphy for a variety of mineral deposits with production history and proven reserves elsewhere in the Cordillera as well as over 45 mineral occurrences within the boundaries of the KWS. Ultramafic hosted Ni-Cu-PGE; Fe, Cu, Au skarn, replacement or basaltic copper, VMS and polymetallic vein deposits are hosted in this belt of extremely high mineral potential. Pennsylvanian and post-accretionnary Cretaceous and Tertiary plutons are also of high potential for a variety of mineral deposit types including porphyry copper, epithermal gold and silver, skarns and polymetallic veins.
Fuel consumed for electric power generation (28 items:Total solids;Total coal;Total bituminous coal;Canadian bituminous coal;etc.) Data presented at the national and provincial levels, however not all combinations are available.
Learn about the health effects of copper and how to reduce your exposure if copper is present at high levels in your drinking water.
This table contains 28 series, with data for years 1961 - 2012 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and is no longer being released. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (1 item: Canada); Category flows (28 items: Gross saving and capital transfers; Capital consumption allowances; Saving; Capital transfers; ...).