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Marine Minerals: Exploring Our New Ocean Frontier

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Marine Minerals: Exploring Our New Ocean Frontier

Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office
ISBN/ASIN: 1410217841
Number of pages: 349

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This volume examines the current knowledge about the hard mineral resources within the EEZ, explores the economic and security potential of seabed resources, and assesses the technologies available to both explore for and mine those resources.

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