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The Research Center operated by OntarioExplorations101 Global surveyors, is designed to compile a database for abandoned mine sites, prospects, and active mining operations across the Globe. Many old and active mining projects across the world are considered to be quite deep, reaching depths ranging anywhere from 30 to over 13,000 feet. This site provides information on abandoned mines/prospects/exploration sites, and active mines that are fully completed in regards to their history, development, and present status which have been place on the map above. You can easily expand the location by clicking on it to get the URL so it can be easily access through a sub link directly to the particular property for information on it.
OntarioExplorations101 continues ifs progressive movement by expanding our research database towards providing information on Towns, Villages, Cities, and ghost-towns related to mining. The large amount of history that will be presented on this site continues to become further expanded in providing one of-the largest databases for mining, geology, true history, compilation of information, and mining news.
In one sense the Earth is a fascinating planet that rather undergoes the state of change, being formed, deformed, moved, and broken down by physical and chemical processes. Much of the planets endogenic (internal) system is rather at work in building landforms, while the exogenic (external) system is also responsible for wearing them down. The world is filled with deserts, mountains, rainforests, canyons, volcanoes, oceans, lakes, rivers, creeks, and largely rock.
Its also the age of the Earth, and the age of the earliest known crustal rock that are among some them most outstanding features. One of the best known ways in determining this is caused by nature on its own called radiometric dating. The concept of radiometric dating is mainly based on the steady, exponential decay of certain atoms. As we know atoms contain protons and neutrons in its own nucleus. Its the certain forms of atoms which are called istopes that have unstable nuclei, that is, the protons and neutrons that do not remain together indefinitely. As particles break away and the nucleus disintegrates, radiation, which is emitted and the atom decays into a different element that forms a process called radioactivity.
Radioactivity provides the much steady time period that is needed to measure the age of ancient rocks. The way this happens is when the decay rates for different elements that are determined precisely, and they do not vary beyond established uncertainties. It the decay rate of an element which is commonly expressed as its half life, the time that is required for one-half of the undstable parent atoms in a sample to decay into stable daughter atoms.