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Antarctica A Keystone in a Changing World
The U.S. Geological Survey drilled test holes on several playas in the California Desert Conservation Area to make an appraisal of leasable mineral resources. Data from Franklin Lake were obtained for critical evaluation of various hypotheses concerning the occurrence and distribution of lithium and for the possible identification of other nonpegmatic lithium resources. Franklin Lake and Alkali Flat (AF-1) refer to the same locality. For uniformity, AF-1 is used to designate this hole and thedoi:10.3133/ofr801164 fatcat:y5yiu4vr7nfq3djcjot4fk6vua