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The investors' Australian nickel map, January 2005 [cartographic material] / produced by Mineral Information Maps, a division of Intierra Ltd
Bib ID 3416756
Format MapMap
Author
MIneral Information Maps
 
Scale Scale not given (E 154°00' --E 112°00'/S 9°00' --S 44°00'). 
Description Perth, W.A. : Mineral Information Maps, a division of Intierra Ltd., 2005 
1 map : col. ; 63 x 95 cm., on sheet 84 x 119 cm. 
Partial contents On verso: [Central Western Australia nickel belt]. Scale [ca. 1:600,000]. Inset: [Widgiemooltha region]. Scale [ca. 1: 300,000]. 
Notes

Map of Australia showing nickel mines, resources and selected exploration properties.

From: Mining journal, Mar. 18, 2005.

Includes indexes.

Subjects Nickel ores -- Western Australia -- Maps.  |  Nickel ores -- Australia -- Maps.  |  Western Australia -- Maps.  |  Australia -- Maps.
Time Coverage 2005 
Other authors/contributors Intierra Ltd
Also Titled

Mining journal (London, England).

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