Economics > Mining
Alaska Miners Association > Infrastructure for Mines
2010 Report that addresses the basic infrastructure required to run and operate mines in Alaska. Specific mines are presented as examples and the roles of the state and federal government are addressed.
State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources > Interactive Mineral Estate Map
An interactive map that allows users to explore and retrieve mineral estate data throughout Alaska. Available map layers include Native allotments, prospecting, and mineral orders.
State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources > Interactive Mining Claims Map
An interactive map that allows users to explore and retrieve mining claims data throughout Alaska. In addition to multiple tools, map layers include offshore mining, infrastructure grids, and recording districts.
State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mining, Land, and Water > Fact Sheets
A collection of fact sheets distributed by the State of Alaska Public Information Centers. Relevant fact sheets include Mineral Locations (Claims) and the Rights Acquired, Mining Claims on State Selected Lands, and Mining Permits through the Annual Placer Mining Application Process.
State of Alaska, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mining, Land, and Water > Mining Resources Section
The Mining Resources Section offers notices, permits, regulations, and informational pages on multiple mining related topics. Additional sources include information on abandoned mines, mine property records, and the Coal Regulatory Program.
US Environmental Protection Agency > Extraction and Beneficiation of Ores and Minerals: Gold Placers
The report functions as a profile of the gold mining sector. It describes gold placer extraction and beneficiation operations in Alaska.
USGS > The Alaska Resource Data File
ARDF contains descriptions of mines, prospects, and mineral occurrences for individual 1:250,000-scale quadrangles in Alaska, with a focus on metallic mineral commodities. Associated metadata are available and the records can be viewed through maps, tables, and documents.
USGS > Mineral Resources > Online Spatial Data > Alaska Resource Data File
A compilation of descriptions of mines, prospects, and mineral occurrences in Alaska from government and non-government literature and sources.