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Ore

A division of the Danish krone, Norwegian krone, or Swedish krona. The ore is worth 1/100 of one unit of each currency.
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Surveying and geometric observations of surface movements in the wider area of the mine from the beginning of the 20th century onwards, as well as the excellent geological and hydrogeological studies and interpretations of the origin of the ore deposit and subsequent tectonic and other occurrences are a useable base for deep interpretation for the complex deformation process.
The Hajigak iron ore deposit, about 130 kilometres west of Kabul, was discovered with the help of Italian government about 50 years ago.
Zhou, number 10 on the Forbes China Rich List in 2008, told the newspaper the mine has estimated iron ore deposits of 1 billion tons, of which 747 million have been verified.
* Is it necessary to pre-concentrate metals to form an ore deposit, and do such pre-concentrations even exist in some reservoirs?
But although Simandou is among the best iron ore deposits in the world, one challenge to exploiting the resource has been the lack of infrastructure to export the iron ore.
In fact, large iron ore deposits were discovered at the Yizhongxin mine in the 1970s, but there was no accurate estimation of the total reserves because of the lack of sophisticated exploration equipment, said the analyst.
The promising ore deposit is located near the large industrial city of a metropolitan area - Angren, which became in 2012 a center of the special industrial zone Angren here special tax and customs regime was introduced.
Beowulf Mining PLC (LSE: BEM), a copper, gold and iron mining company, has announced that initial assay results for the first 10 drill holes on its Kallak South iron ore deposit in Sweden have confirmed the presence of high grade iron ore.
Operations at Africa's largest iron ore deposit have restarted, bringing hope of employment opportunities and faster economic growth to Sierra Leone.
"We apply the same concept: Where there is a major mine, we say where is the footwall ore deposit? That's what applies to our property in the north range.
The statement about Jetim iron ore deposit costing $3 trillion and that the country has reserves worth $80 trillion are wrong, Bogdetskiy underscored.