Mallard

Prospect in Alaska, United States with commodity Iron

Geologic information

Identification information

Deposit ID 10161052
MRDS ID A010261
MAS/MILS ID 0021210044
Record type Site
Current site name Mallard
Alternate or previous names Prince of Wales Mining Company, Utah Construction & Mining Co., Ard, Dorothy, Barbara, Last, Arm, Young & Whiton
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Geographic coordinates

Point of reference Ore Body
Geographic coordinates: -132.02116, 54.77613 (WGS84)
Elevation 210
Location accuracy 500(meters)
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Geographic areas

Country State
United States Alaska

Public Land Survey System information

Meridian Township Range Section Fraction State
Copper River 082 S 090 E 07 NWSWNE Alaska

Commodities

Commodity Importance
Iron Primary

Nearby scientific data

Ore Body (1) -132.02116, 54.77613

Economic information

Economic information about the deposit and operations

Development status Prospect
Commodity type Metallic
Deposit size Small
Significant No

Mineral rights holdings

Type of mineral rights Located Claim

Land status

Ownership category Federal

Ownership information

  • Type Owner
    Owner James A. Walper
    Interest 100
    Home office Canada
    Year 1977

Reference information

Links to other databases

Agency Database name Acronym Record ID Notes
U.S. Bureau of Mines Minerals Availability System MAS 0021210044
USGS Mineral Resources Data System MRDS A010261 MAS references MRDS

Bibliographic references

  • Ownership

    ALASKA KARDEX 121-054A

  • Ownership

    ALASKA KARDEX 121-068

  • Deposit

    GP135

  • Deposit

    B1154 pp. 100-101, plate 1

  • Deposit

    BMOF20-73

  • Deposit

    AMR 81-82

General comments

Subject category Comment text
Deposit STAKED 1958. LAST ASSESSMENT 1961. WHOLE AREA RESTAKED 1966. ACTIVE TO PRESENT 1977. 300FT DIAMOND DRILLING IN 1960. DEPOSIT COMPOSED OF MAGNETITE IN CRETACEOUS PYROXENITE. HIGHEST MAGNETITE CONTENT 10%.

Reporter information

Type Date Name Affiliation Comment
Reporter 12-JUL-1995 Map U.S. Bureau of Mines