Handbook for the Alaskan Prospector
by Ernest N. Wolff
Publisher: University of Alaska, Fairbanks 1969
Number of pages: 248
It is hoped that this book will be of value to many different classes of men engaged in the search for mineral deposits. These classes might include the experienced practical prospector who would like to learn something of geology; the young geologist who needs information on practical prospecting; the novice who needs a comprehensive reference; and the all around experienced exploration engineer or geologist.
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