Alberta industrial mineral deposits and occurrences (GIS data, point features)
The AMDO (Alberta Mineral Deposits and Occurrences) application was created by the Minerals and Coal Geoscience Section of the Alberta Geological Survey as a database for mineral deposits in Alberta in the early 1990s. It was originally released as Open File Report OFR 1991-17. Industrial minerals from that data source have been extracted into Microsoft Access, their locations refined or corrected and presented in GIS format.
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- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Government of Alberta
- Issued by: Alberta Energy Regulator
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Alberta
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