Covers/Tables of Content
(More years will be added as time permits.)
Table of Contents
•The Bawl Mill
•Our Readers Say
•Guest Editorial: Global Warming
The Press Gets it Wrong—Our Report Doesn't Support the Kyoto Treaty
by Richard S. Lindzen—Nat'l Academy of Sciences panel on climate change.
•Legislative and Regulatory Update
Roadless Rule temporarily halted by US District Judge
Congressmen fight for National Monument changes
3809 rollback decision expected soon
Yucca Mountain: Done deal or "dead?"
Miners battle for their rights in southern Oregon
•Former Sunshine Miners Find Work in Montana
•CMA Conference Summary
by Edgar B. Heylmun, PhD
The future of uranium will center about in-situ leaching.
•Washington Gold & Fish Update
by Greg Christensen—Fat Chance Mining
It appears now we may have a starting point to expand this dialog.
•Prospecting for Diamonds, Is it a Diamond or Crystal Quartz?
by T.D. LaRune
The formation and occurrence of diamonds is still a matter of debate among geologists.
•Basic Information About Gold Detectors
by Jim Straight
"Which detector is best?" For beginners this question can become so perplexing that whatever detector they eventually purchase, they may harbor a nagging feeling it was not a good choice.
•Oil Seeps in Northern California
by Edgar B. Heylmun, PhD
If wildcat drilling returns, as some predict, northern California will get another look.
•Diamond Dealer Prevails in Congo
Crowds formed in town, waiting for a glimpse of the unpolished wonder.
Homestake Mining Company
Cominco American Inc.
Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd.
•Picks & Pans: The Gold Bullion Mine—Talkeetna Mountains, Alaska
by Ron Wendt
At the Gold Bullion, ore can still be found with pieces of gold visible to the naked eye.
•Arizona's Border Silver Camps
by Frank Lorey III
Not much has changed along the original stage road that runs easterly from an old schoolhouse northeast of Nogales into the Patagonia Mountains of southern Arizona.
•The Stonewall Jackson Mine—San Diego County, California
by Richard H. Peterson, PhD
...a train worker found Mrs. Waterman's gold-filled suitcase so heavy that he thought it was bolted to the floor of the railroad station.
•Proposal Submitted for Lab at Homestake
•Mining Stock Quotes
•Mineral & Metal Prices
•Gold in Foreign Currencies
•Melman on Gold & Silver
by Leonard Melman
...the trend in our World of Gold indicators is gradually improving through the months and it would not surprise us to see more changes in favor of the metal's long-term prospects.
•Mine Market—Classified Ads (10 pages)