2 edition of Geology and ore deposits of the Santa Fʹe district, Mineral County, Nevada found in the catalog.
Geology and ore deposits of the Santa Fʹe district, Mineral County, Nevada
Clifton Wirt Clark
|Statement||by Clifton W. Clark.|
|Series||University of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences -- v. 14, no. 1, University of California publications in geological sciences -- v. 14, no. 1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p.,  leaf of plates [i.e. plates 1-6 (1 folded in pocket)] :|
|Number of Pages||74|
Nevada Variscite. Variscite is an aluminum phosphate mineral with a chemical composition of AlPO 4 •2H 2 O. It occurs in a range of green, yellowish green, yellowish brown and slightly bluish green colors. Nevada variscite sometimes contains brown or black matrix that is very similar to the matrix of turquoise. General Information. Title: Geology and ore deposits of the Goodsprings quadrangle, Nevada Author(s): Hewett, D.F. Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Professional Paper Publication Date: Map Scale: , Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 36° 2' 30" N () South Latitude: 35° 42' 30" N () East Longitude: ° 24' 0" W .
Churchill County, in west-central Nevada, is an area of varied topography and geology that has had a rather small total mineral production. The western part of the county is dominated by the broad low valley of the Carson Sink, which is underlain by deposits of Lake Lahontan. The bordering mountain ranges to the west and south are of low relief and underlain largely by Tertiary volcanic and. Geologic maps have provided the key to finding new gold deposits in Nevada. Defining the Problem. The western states contain many gold deposits (Fig. 1), and a zone of faulted sedimentary and igneous rocks in northeastern Nevada, known as the “Carlin” trend, is the most productive region in the country.
Bibliography: p. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number TN24 C3 A33 No unoxidized sulfide ore has been as shallow as 20 m. the screamer ore body is the westerm continuation of the betze ore body an is included in the betze-post reserves. deposit. geology and mineral resources of eureka county, nevada. stearns, s. w. disseminated epithermal precious metals in. deposit. the santa fe district, mineral county.
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Geology and ore deposits of the Santa Fʹe district, Mineral County, Nevada. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Title: Geology and mineral deposits of Mineral County, Nevada Author: Donald C.
Ross Year: Series No.: Nevada book 58 Version: Format: pages, 9 x 6 inches, 14 b/w drawings, 2 b/w photos, 7 tables (1 table composed of 8 oversized sheets in pocket), 2 plates: plate 1,mineral resources map, 24 x 23 inches, 4 color; plate 2,geologic map, 24 x 30 inches, full color.
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Abstract. Issued as University of California publications. Bulletin of the Department of Geological Sciences, v. 14, no. 1, September 7,with special thesis t.p. attached to (Ph. in Geology)--University of California, Berkeley, May Includes bibliographical of access: ; t C Typescript copy of thesis t.p., dated Groote-Eylandt manganese deposit.
In Geology and Mineral Deposits of Australia and Papua New Guinea, Hughes, F. (ed.), Melbourne, Australasian Institute of. The ore deposits of the district comprise three groups (1) silver-bearing fissure veins in quartzite; (2) silver-bearing mineralized granite porphyry; (3) replacement deposits in limestone and dolomite.
Title: Geology and mineral deposits of Clark County, Nevada Author: C. Longwell, E. Pampeyan, Ben Bowyer, and R. Roberts Year: Series No.: Bulletin 62y Version: Format: digital version only: MB, includes PDF of pages, 9 x 6 inches, 11 b/w drawings, 11 b/w photos, 18 tables (including 2 oversized); 2 appendices, 16 plates (see list below).
The Lone Tree deposit is located in the northern Battle Mountain mining district, Nevada. Prior to mine closure inSanta Fe Pacific Gold and Newmont produced Moz of gold at an average grade of g/t at Lone Tree, primarily from the N-S– to NNW-SSE–striking Wayne zone.
GEOLOGY AND MINERAL DEPOSITS OF THE NATIONAL MINING DISTRICT, NEVADA. By WALDEMAR LINDGREN. LOCATION AND FIELD WORK. The National mining district is in Humboldt County, Nev., near the Oregon State line.
(See fig. 1.) It lies on the western slope of the Santa Rosa Range, facing the broad valley of Quinn River, and is. Mineral Deposits of Nevada. Editor: Tommy B. Thompson. Economic Geology Consulting, P.O. BoxReno, NVUSA. Introduction. Nevada is known as the “Silver” state, due primarily to the early (pre) silver production from the Comstock lode in the Virginia City area.
This compilation on mineral deposits from Society of Economic. Reference: Clark, C. Geology and ore deposits of the Santa Fe district, Mineral County, Nevada (Vol.
14, No. University of California Press. ⓘ Anglesite. All mines in Mineral County, Nevada. Mine. 4 D Claims. 4-D Group Freedom Flats Deposit. G and W.
G W G Santa Fe-Luning District. Scheelite Extension Mine. Se Central Sec 28 Prospect. Searchlight. Mottled, blotched, fine-grained, unimpressive in the hand specimen, the ore in the Ag deposits in the little-known Mineral district near the Snake River in Washington County, Idaho, when viewed under the microscope, is found to possess extraordinary textural and structural features and a mineralogy that is unique to the state.
The Searchlight district in Clark County near the southern tip of Nevada has produced from vein deposits gold, silver, copper, and lead valued at over $4,- The shipping point on the Union Pacific Railroad is Nipton, 22 miles to the west, but the district is reached by roads from Las Vegas, Nev., and Needles, Calif.
PP / Knopf, A. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE YERINGTON DISTRICT, NEVADA,afb, 68 pages, 5 plates, 12 figs., $ 50 PP / Hewett, D. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE GOODSPRINGS QUADRANGLE, NEVADA,afb, pages, 40 plates (6 in pocket on 7 sheets), 55 figs., $ Lintz, J., Jr.
/ FIELD TRIP GUIDEBOOK TO THE MINERAL DEPOSITS OF CENTRAL NEVADA, In: Western Geological Excursions, Annual Meeting of GSA at Reno, Volume 3, pages -- 3 - $ 65 [Road log from Tonopah to the Manhattan District to Round Mountain to the Northumberland Gold Deposit to Tomboy-Minnie Gold Deposit].
County Maps of Nevada. Click on the county name in the map below. Carson City. Geology and mineral deposits: NBMG Bulle Bonham and Papke, Churchill County.
Geology and mineral deposits: NBMG Bulle Willden and Speed, Clark County. Nevada produces approximately $3 billion worth of mineral commodities each year. Nevada is the nation’s leading gold producer, accounting for approximately 87% of U.S.
production and 9% of world production. Much of the gold comes from a northwest-trending belt of gold deposits in northeastern Nevada known as the Carlin trend. One of. Geological Society of Nevada Raggio Parkway, Room Reno, Nevada Natural resource geology.
Mining and mineral resources have played an important role in the state's past and present economy. Named the Silver State for silver deposits which spurred early settlement and statehood in the s, Nevada is today the leading producer of gold in the US, mining five million ounces annually.
In$ billion of.GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE JOHNNIE DISTRICT, NYE COUNTY, NEVADA. by Stanley Wayne Ivosevic March ABSTRACT. The Johnnie district, in the.
north~estern. Spring Mountains, Nye County, Nevada, may have produced a little undertroy oz of gold, since the discovery of the district j.n