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Results of automated scanning electron microscope (SEM) analyses of rock and stream sediment samples from the Taurus porphyry copper deposit area, Tanacross quadrangle, eastern Alaska

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Results of automated scanning electron microscope (SEM) analyses of rock and stream sediment samples from the Taurus porphyry copper deposit area, Tanacross quadrangle, eastern Alaska
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US Geological Survey, July 2022
DOI 10.3133/ofr20221046
Authors

Kelley, Karen D., Pfaff, Katharina, Graham, Garth E.

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#17,619,389
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