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  • An economic-forecasting firm hired by Gogebic Taconite said the mine would create 700 long-term jobs directly and several thousand more in the area.

    Mine Plan Prompts Backlash

  • Representatives for the mine's owner, Gogebic Taconite, a division of the closely held Cline Group of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., have said they can develop the mine in an environmentally sound way, but that they need a shorter and more certain permitting process to move forward.

    Mine Plan Prompts Backlash

  • Taconite production, now in its youthful stage, will also pass through maturity to exhaustion.

    Limits to Exploitation of Nonrenewable Resources (historical)

  • Taconite is a silica-rich iron ore that is considered to be a low-grade deposit.


  • Taconite is mined in the United States, Canada, and China.


  • Taconite is a low-grade iron ore, containing up to 30% Magnetite and Hematite.


  • They were only aware of the old Taconite Inlet information from 1991-1992 noted above.

    Bradley's Data Archiving « Climate Audit

  • The only information archived by Bradley or his students at PARCS seems to be some 1990-1992 streamflow measurements from Taconite Inlet here , which is mirrored at the UMass project website , where additionally weather station readings for 1991-1992 seasons are also shown.

    Bradley's Data Archiving « Climate Audit

  • Taconite mining emerges as the future employment source for the iron range, with 12,000 workers.


  • But no recount was necessary: Sen. Amy Klobuchar was declared the winner with her Taconite rss feed


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