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More for The Doe Run CompanyEdit
Hello! I'm an employee of The Doe Run Company and I'm here as a representative of the company, per my last message at this WikiProject. Continuing my work to update the company's Wikipedia article, I have saved an expanded and updated draft here, and posted an edit request on the article's talk page. My goals are to correct factual inaccuracies, source all content, and provide a more thorough overview of the company's operations, among others outlined in more detail in the edit request. Would someone from this page be able to give this a look over? TS at Doe Run (talk)
Kibali Gold Mine in the DRCEdit
I would like to request the article called Durba Mine, be renamed to Kibali Gold Mine, as this is what the minesite is far more commonly known as. Some more details at here at the article's Talk Page. Matilda Maniac (talk) 01:32, 30 August 2018 (UTC)
Location of Climax mine in ColoradoEdit
Wikipedia incorrectly lists the location of the climax molybdenum mine as Climax Colorado. Wrong. The village of Climax ceased to exist in any form decades ago. There is no such place as Climax Colorado. The only address for the mine and mill is 11230 CO-91, Leadville, CO 80461. Grtroes (talk) 23:27, 8 October 2018 (UTC)<https://www.uncovercolorado.com/towns/climax/><National Mining Museum in Leadville CO></ref>
New articles which have already established onesEdit
A bunch of students from Earth Science at The University of Hong Kong donated a few articles and dumped them here. It is like most of the student work here. It is done to get credit points with no inner love for wikipedia.
- Hydrothermal mineral deposit is new but the Porphyry copper deposit, Volcanogenic massive sulfide ore deposit, Sedimentary exhalative deposits cover a similar field.
- Archean felsic volcanic rocks by User:Ivancyyip
- Northeast Syrtis by User:Justinbl
- Tonalite-trondhjemite-granodiorite by User:Adayding
- Regolith-hosted rare earth element deposits by User:Kevnmh
- Geology of Hong Kong by User:HarrietHKUGeology
- Earth's crustal evolution by User:Georgealee
- Optically stimulated luminescence thermochronometry by User:BlessingAdeoti
User:Jupmira104 is the head of the group He already has dumped Geology of Myanmar Qinling orogenic belt Eoarchean geology Geology of Sicily Remote sensing (geology) Geology of Hainan Island Hadean zircon Lutetium–hafnium dating Gravity of Mars Pressure-temperature-time path North China Craton Divergent double subduction Dinosaur tooth into wikipedia.
- Hi User:Stone, don't be concerned about the student work here. The writings will all be good for Wikipedia to have, whatever the motivations of the writers. This is on of the best Class-Wikipedia collaborations going. Jupmira104 is not the head, instead User:Aagwebb is the instructor involved, and has a list of all the pages involved over the years on the user page. I am assisting online, and will be fixing up grammar etc. Graeme Bartlett (talk) 08:09, 28 November 2018 (UTC)
Origin of phosphate rock?Edit
Hi, I just posted this at the article page, but am reposting here, in hope of finding someone more knowladgeable about these deps than I am (which shouldn't be hard ;-)
- I just saw a new-to-me (and uncited) theory for the origin of sub-commercial Phosphate deposits in California's Monterey shale. Those authors assign the source to the Columbia River flood basalts, which are the right age (17-15 my), and go on to say that "most of the world's mineable phosphate deps were deposited during times of major flood-basalt eruptions." Source: p. 222, Roadside Geology of Northern & Central Calif, ISBN 9780878424092
Would like to get some eyes of experts in the field of mining to look at the article Groom Mine before submitting the article to WP:FAC (at present there are 8 articles tagged to belong to this WikiProject considered FA quality). If the FAC is successful, we can elevate that number to 9.--RightCowLeftCoast (Moo) 00:10, 25 February 2019 (UTC)
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