Function of the Aeroplane in Canadian Prospecting

CIM Bulletin1945
H. A. OAKS
FROM 1921 to 1939, the aeroplane played an increasingly important role in Canadian prospecting and mine development. This service has been interrupted by the war, but undoubtedly it will be accelerated in the postwar years, if suitable aircraft are available.
Keywords: aeroplane, prospecting, reconnaissance, Royal Flying Corps, Western Canada, Cost, Costs, exploration, Load, Operation, Performance, Prospecting, transport
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