Rare Earth Elements in Wyoming
The WSGS recently completed an investigation and report on "Rare Earth Elements in Wyoming." This project was supported by the Wyoming Legislature. The full-color report includes maps and analyses of rare earth element (REE) samples collected throughout Wyoming and is available via the WSGS Online Store and in a downloadable pdf.
The website also includes the recent launch of the Wyoming Database of Geology (Wyo-DOG), a catalog of the rare earth sampling results. Log on to view the interactive map of 20 rare earth sample sites, along with photos and written descriptions.
Latest Publication Release
The Wyoming State Geological Survey recently published Report of Investigations, No. 65 titled "Rare Earth Elements in Wyoming." The 82 page, full-color publication includes maps and analyses and is the result of fieldwork on rare earths by WSGS geologists. The report is available via the WSGS Online Store as well as in a downloadable pdf.
The WSGS has launched a new website on Wyoming’s Coal Resources as a clearing house of information for the public to access, including current production numbers, maps with layers of information and links to all the state’s mines and coal fields (via Interactive Coal Map), as well as educational pages, photos and historical records.
The site will be regularly updated and has a variety of resources on coal and coal mining in the state, a tool for decision makers, members of industry and academia, as well as for students and the public. Learn more.