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Please submit sites that are aimed at professional level education relating to mining and mineral processing technology and education. DO NOT submit sites relating to prospecting or mining investment.
Sites and venues for educational sources related to the technology and engineering aspects of mining and mineral processing.
Please submit only sited that are related to mining operations, mining technology, and famous mining people. A site dedicated a mining company, a mining inovation or discovery, or similar is welcomed. Sites that touristy in nature that only incidentially feature mining should go under tourism.
The history behind mining, mining operations and mining technology.
Please submit only sites dealing with mining investment advice. These would include websites relating to trends, news, and production figures for mining and mineral companies. This site is for people seeking information on investment decisions. Do NOT submit website listings for direct mining investment or to directly sell securities or metal. This is not meant as site sell securities, stock or direct selling of metal.
This site is for people seeking information on investment decisions. This site is not meant as site sell securities, stock or direct selling of metal. Any inference as to quality of information is purely at the discretion of the individual investor, and any information derived from here should "NOT" be considered investment advice.
Please submit only sites dealing with prospecting, which is a serious endeavor to search for mineral deposits within ore veins. This would include mineral prospecting websites relating to recreational prospecting, prospecting clubs and organizations, and sales of equipment specifically designed for this hobby.

For sales of metal detecting equipment- please see Shopping/Recreation/Outdoors/Metal_Detecting/.
Prospecting is the act of searching for valuable metals in either bearing veins, or placer gravels, which have been eroded from the original vein in which they were formed. If sufficient amounts are found via prospecting, then mining can begin to extract them.
Sites related to safety in mining, including safety engineering and specific technologies to enhance mine safety.
Information about software for using in prospecting, ore-body estimation, mine design, and other mining-related applications. Includes sites for businesses selling such software.
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