Mineral Resources of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Corridor Page: 4
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As the Nation's principal conservation agency, the Department of the Interior
has basic responsibilities to protect and conserve our land and water, energy
and minerals, fish and wildlife, and park and recreation areas, and for the wise
use of all those resources. The Department also has a major responsibility for
American Indian reservation communities and for the people who live in Island
Territories under U.S. administration.
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Mulligan, John J
Mineral resources of the Trans-Alaska pipeline corridor.
[Washington] U.S. Bureau of Mines 
24 p. illus. (U.S. Bureau of Mines. Information circular 8626)
1. Mines and mineral resources-Alaska. 2. Trans-Alaska
Oil Pipe Line. I. U.S. Bureau of Mines, II. Title. (Series)
TN23.U71 no. 8626 622.06173
U.S. Dept. of the Int, Library
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