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MOTA Activations
Use this form to submit your information on a Mine you Activated.
Location ID *
The Location Identifier in the United States is “US” plus a two letter State ID and a two letter County ID separated by a dash. So for my location in Mesa County, Colorado, the Location ID would be: US-CO-ME The first two letters of the County should be used as the county code unless it is already taken. Then use the next letter in the spelling. So if ME was already used for Mesa county, MS would be the next code.Other countries should use a similar naming convention based on provinces, regions, etc.
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Mine ID *
The Mine Identifier should be a 2-8 letter acronym for the name of the mine. It will be combined with the Location Identifier to uniquely identify the mine. So duplicates are ok as long as they do not have the same Location Identifier. In the case of unavoidable duplicates, a incremented 2 digit number should be added to the end of the mine name. Example: “Mores Mine” might be: MM, MORESM, MRSMN, ETC. When combined with the Location ID you get the Unique ID for the mine: US-CO-ME-MORESM Note this is created automatically. You just need to indicate a Location and Mine ID.
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Name of Mine *
This is the name of the mine as documented by a government authority. If no name can be identified, include the local name for the mine or indicate NA for not available.
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Altitude *
In Feet, please. It will be converted and noted in Feet and Meters in the database.
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Latitude *
Standard Notation. ie. 38.613240
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Longitude *
Standard Notation. ie. -108.853740
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Date Activated *
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Your Call Sign *
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Your E-Mail Address *
This will not be shared on the web site, it is only used for me to contact you with questions and to obtain pictures.
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# of Contacts Made *
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Call Signs of your first 3 contacts *
Indicate 3 call signs of spotters you activated the site with, separated by a comma. Example: AA0AAA, BB2BBB, CC3CCC,
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Web Information Link
Search the Internet and see if you can find any information on the mine. Some are well documented and others are not. If you can find any link at all, include it here. Even a government site that just shows it on a map or that just lists the name will work. If you cannot find any information, leave the field blank. Then in the mine information field, include a basic description, any rumors you have heard about the mine, etc.
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Mine Information
Any relevant information about the mine that is not included on the web site link you included. A link to the location of online photos or a note stating that I should email you for photos. You may also include your basic description about the location, what you liked about it or anything you want added. This will be edited for language, etc.
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Government ID
Official identifier from a government website. Usually a Letter and Number combination like M1980124.
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Permittee
Name of the company that pulled the permit for this mine.
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Type of stuff mined
What was mined at this location? If more than one item, separate them by a comma. ie. Uranium,Vanadium
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