HOME PAGE of the China–Resources.net Web–Site

Revised on June 14th, 2,012

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The Geological Resources of China and East Asia (20+ countries!) are described in thematic form: maps are in both digital (vector and raster) and hardcopy forms, with over 2,000 pages of documentation. This supports both remote sensing mapping and geographic information systems (GIS) analyses. South Park, CO is blessed with an abundance of mineral wealth. We feature:

Wally Griffitt's publications,

Mount Antero,

and the upcoming

•"Be Mines 2,005 Symposium."
Geological Remote Sensing studies of satellite imagery are available for many countries.
Several elements, including tellurium (Te), indium (In), gallium (Ga), germanium (Ge), arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd) have been, and are being researched, by Lindsey V. Maness, Jr. Additional elements have also been researched, but, due to pre-existing agreements, can only be made available through specific negotiations.
The Maness International Geological (MIG) Font is designed to fulfill all the ordinary needs of International Geologists for mining, oil & gas, geological, geophysical, geochemical, scientific, engineering and other letters and symbols.

Languages supported include most Latin-Greek-Cyrillic alphabets

Phonetic Chinese include Bo-Po-Mo-Fe, Wade-Giles and Pin-Yin.

New characters & glyphs support Environmental, Degree of Metamorphism and other uses.

Specifically designed to unambiguously support GIS, including Attribute Information for Maps (e.g., GPS readings).

Gold Mines
& Mineralization

Books about gold written by Lindsey V. Maness, Jr. are featured. Items of special interest include locations and facts (i.e., "Atlas of Southeastern USA Gold Mines and Mineralization"), history and geology.

•North Korea
•Yemen (etc.):
Geological References Military Analyses
. This information is in–process of being compiled to be immediately available at no cost to those engaged in anti–terrorist activities. We support the anti–terrorism alliance.
The China and East Asia Resources (CEAR) 2,000 Symposium was held in Denver, Colorado, USA, in January, 2,000. Discussions among responsible Asian resources officials and those interested in Asian mineral & energy resources occurred.



The purpose of the Semiconductors Elements Commodities Exchange (SCECE) is to create a direct, easy, means for the selling and buying of commodities used, or related to, the electronics industry, in particular the PhotoVoltaic (PV) community.

Formulate Standards.

Transparency of Process.

Multiple Commodities of Interest.

Known Price.

Streamline sales, purchases, delivery and legal overhead

Provision for rapid volume growth

Risk Management & Counter–Party Clearing


The business of South Park Platinum, Inc. (SPPI) is to explore for, to discover, to process and to profitably bring to market minerals and energy resources, including, but not limited to:

Precious Metals.

Industrial Minerals.

Multiple Commodities of Interest (REEs, Electronics & semiconductor–related).

Oil & Gas, Coal, Geothermal, ...

Buy and Sell Resources Properties.

In–Situ Coal Energy Corporation (ISCE) is a wholly–subsidiary of SPPI. A great deal more information is to be added to the ISCE portion of this website in the near future.


The Nations for which studies have been completed and are available and/or in–process include:

•Burkina Faso
•China (PRC)
•China (ROC on Taiwan)
•Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivoir)
•Myanmar (Burma)
•New Zealand
•Papua New Guinea
•Saudi Arabia


The Empty1 space will be filled in the near future.


Please send all comments and questions to LVManess@Comcast.net

If there are any problems on this site please contact the webmaster at: WebMaster@China–Resources.net or the web–site owner, L.V. Maness, Jr., as on the previous line.

There are several levels in this Web–Site. Some are accessible via colored buttons, others via labelled hot–links, and others via colored names of authors, speakers, etc. Many authors can be contacted directly via E–Mail by clicking on their names in the abstracts section.

Some of the proprietary sections require knowledge of an username and password to access. Inquiries about those sections should be made to the webmaster.