prospector po angielsku
n. prospector, one who searches for valuable materials (such as oil, gold, etc.)
Levi Strauss began making pants for prospectors during the California Gold Rush.
A prospector shall immediately notify the Secretary-General in writing of any incident arising from prospecting which causes serious harm to the marine environment.
A prospector shall inform the Secretary-General in writing of any change in the information contained in the notification.
A prospector may, however, recover a reasonable quantity of minerals, being the quantity necessary for testing, and not for commercial use.
and attach a copy of the prospector's certificate of registration.
In addition, prospectors are required to minimize or eliminate any adverse environmental impacts of prospecting and any actual or potential conflicts or interference with existing or planned marine scientific research activities.
In such cases, the proposed prospector may, within 90 days, submit an amended notification.
In particular, each prospector shall minimize or eliminate:
Jessie and Prospector are trapped in the old abandoned mine?
Land-hungry pioneers, gold prospectors, and expanding railroads wanted to move from the bustling South into the Great Plains.
someone who explores an area for mineral deposits: mineworker, miner, sourdough