While mining of uranium has not occurred in Queensland since 1982, exploration for uranium has been allowed. This exploration activity has resulted in significant and continued interest in known deposits from industry. Queensland has significant potential for uranium in deposits where it is either the sole commodity or is associated with other commodities. Uranium exploitation in Queensland is entering a new era due to a change in Queensland Government policy. Recent Queensland Government initiatives in acquiring new geophysical data, catchment baseline geochemistry, and geologic and mineral mapping have been designed to assist explorers in greenfields exploration.
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At head of title: Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Geological Survey of Queensland.
Available online at the State Library of Queensland.
State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) 2013.
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