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Publication . Preprint . 1980


Maki, Wilbur R.;
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Published: 01 Jan 1980
The economic effects of mineral resource development addressed in this paper are the changes in employment, population and income in the State of Minnesota and in Northeast Minnesota. These include the present mining, processing and shipping of natural ores and taconite pellets and the potential copper-nickel development.

Community/Rural/Urban Development, Resource /Energy Economics and Policy,

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