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Sandstone copper assessment of the Teniz Basin, Kazakhstan: Chapter R in <i>Global mineral resource assessment</i>

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Sandstone copper assessment of the Teniz Basin, Kazakhstan: Chapter R in <i>Global Mineral Resource Assessment</i>; 2014; SIR; 2010-5090-R; Global Mineral Resource Assessment (Scientific Investigations Report 2010-5090); Cossette, Pamela M.; Bookstrom, Arthur A.; Hayes, Timothy S.; Robinson, Gilpin R., Jr.; Wallis, John C.; Zientek, Michael L.

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The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) conducts national and global resource assessments (mineral, energy, water, and biological) to provide data and scientific analyses to support decision making. Three-part mineral resource assessments result in informed, unbiased, quantitative, and probabilistic estimates of undiscovered mineral resources and deposits. In particular, mineral assessment results inform decisions concerning land-use and mineral-resource development. A probabilistic mineral resource assessment of the sandstone subtype of sediment-hosted stratabound copper deposits in the Teniz Basin, Kazakhstan, was undertaken by the USGS. The Teniz Basin is located in Akmola Oblast, central and western Kazakhstan. With an areal extent of [...]

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