Titaniferous_Intrusions_Feb28_2017

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Section 1 Overview
Originator Natural Resources Research Institute
Title Titaniferous_Intrusions_Feb28_2017
Abstract The ilmenite dataset is a polygon shapefile of identified ilmenite (a titanium ore mineral) bearing intrusions within the Duluth Complex of northeastern Minnesota.
Purpose The coverage serves as a starting point in understanding the spatial distribution of potential sources of the mineral ilmenite (FeTiO3) for mining ventures.
Time Period of Content Date 07/27/2018
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Spatial Extent of Data NE Minnesota
Bounding Coordinates -92.189454
-92.011855
47.594829
47.032702
Place Keywords Minnesota, Duluth Complex
Theme Keywords Ilmenite, titanium
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Section 2 Data Quality
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Horizontal Positional Accuracy
Lineage Minnesota Geological Survey maps M-091 and M-119.

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Section 4 Coordinate System
Horizontal Coordinate Scheme Universal Transverse Mercator
UTM Zone Number 15
Horizontal Datum NAD83
Horizontal Units meters

Section 5 Attributes
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Section 6 Distribution
Publisher Natural Resources Research Institute
Publication Date 07/27/2018
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Section 7 Metadata Reference
Metadata Date 07/27/2018
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