2 edition of Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent district, Utah found in the catalog.
Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent district, Utah
B. S. Butler
Some plates printed on both sides of leaf.
|Statement||by B. S. Butler.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 80|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||gs 13000580|
(13) *80 Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah, by B. S. Butler, pp., (14) *87 Geology and ore deposits of Copper Mountain and Kasaan Peninsula, Alaska, by C. W. Wright, pp., (15) *93 Geology of the Navajo country--a reconnaissance of parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. Contributions to Economic Geology in Utah: Utah Geological and Mineral Survey special stud 39p Butler, B. S., , Geology and the Ore Deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent areas Utah: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Pa p Craig, J.R., and Vaughn, D.J., , Ore Microscopy and Ore Petrography: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Waste rock is generated at a rate of to 5 times that of mined ore. Individual dumps contain 6 to 70 million tons of waste-rock that is either contoured into hills, used as cross-valley fill, or used as back-fill in mine pits. Waste shale in comparison to ore, is more enriched in selenium (80 ppm Se v. 50 ppm Se). USGS Bulletin D. Paper wraps, crease on rear cover, sunning along spine. Report discusses a number of beryl and mica-bearing pegmatites in Nevada and Northern Arizona. Covers the geology, structure, mineralogy and economic potential. 66 pages, including 5 map plates (3 in rear map pocket), 4 figures (maps) and 7 tables. View More.
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The San Francisco district was of recognized importance in the early days of mining in Utah, but its output soon declined and thereafter it attracted little attention until aboutwhen the development of the Cactus mine was undertaken.
In August,S. Emmons, then in charge of the division of metalliferous deposits of the Geological Survey, visited the district and determined the. Get this from a library. Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah.
[B S Butler] -- Of results -- Introduction -- Physiography -- Geology -- Metasomatic alteration of the rocks by hot solutions -- Summary of geologic history -- Mineralogy of the San Francisco region -- Ore deposits.
Geology and Ore Deposits of the San Francisco and Adjacent Districts, Utah One of 45 reports in the series: Geological Survey professional paper available on this : Bert Sylvenus Butler. Genre/Form: Electronic books Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Butler, B.S. (Bert Sylvenus), Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah.
Report from on the economic geology and mines of the San Francisco and adjacent mining districts [Frisco, Newhouse] near Milford, Utah. This area is being reclaimed in by the Utah Division of Oil Gas and Mining's Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program [DOGM-AMRP] and many historic mine openings throughout this historic site will be backfilled.
ⓘ San Francisco Mining District (Frisco Mining District) Butler, B. () Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah. USGS Professional Paper. San Francisco mining district, Beaver County, Utah.
In pocket Geologic map of the "A" ore body, Cupric Plate 32 shows the location of these deposits and the general geology of the districts. Transportation facilities for the area are good, as the town Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah: U.
Reference: UGMS Bull Minerals and Mineral Localities of Utah; Butler, B. () Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah. Reference: USGS Prof Paper "Principal Gold Producing Districts of the United States"; Butler, B. () Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah.
USGS Professional Paper Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah Economic Geology Study of a contact-metamorphic ore deposit; the Dolores Mine, at Matehuala, S.
P., Mexico. The hydrothermal theory of the origin of epigenetic mineral deposits has had a long gestation and has many variants. Hydrothermal origin without qualifiers means simply transport and deposition of the mineral matter of veins and similar deposits by and from hot waters. With qualifiers such as meteoric, metamorphic, or magmatic the theory is.
Reference: Butler, B.S. and Schaller, W.T. () Beaverite, a new mineral. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences: 1: ; Butler, B.S. () Geology and. in his USGS Professional Paper on the "Ore Deposits of Utah".
Butler was also the author of the first ve geologic report on a mining district within the Richfield quad rangle. His "Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah.
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Reference: BUTLER, B S,GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE SAN FRANCISCO AND ADJACENT DISTRICT, BEAVER CO, UTAH, USGS PP # Reference Category: Deposit. Reference: RECON BUTLER, USGS PP Reference Category: Deposit. Reference: COMPILE UGMS-OPEN FILE.
The value of the total output is unknown, estimated at $50 million. Much of this production was from small but spectacularly rich ore bodies. Geology. The district is underlain by north and northwest-trending beds of metamorphic rocks of the Calaveras Formation. Geology and mineral deposits of the Thomas and Dugway Ranges, Juab and Tooele Counties, Utah / by: Staatz, Mortimer Hay,et al.
Published: () Geology and ore deposits of the San Francisco and adjacent districts, Utah / by: Butler, B.Published: (). reference: butler geology and ore deposits of the san francisco an Reference Category: Deposit Reference: PERRY AND MCCARTHY LEAD AND ZINC IN UT UGMS OPEN-FILE R.
The geology of Arizona began to form in the s and metamorphic crystalline basement rock may have been much older, but was overwritten during the Yavapai and Mazatzal orogenies in the Grenville orogeny to the east caused Arizona to fill with sediments, shedding into a shallow sea.
Limestone formed in the sea was metamorphosed by mafic intrusions. The Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS) serves as a primary source of geologic information to enhance public understanding of the geologic character, geologic hazards, and mineral resources of Arizona.The igneous rocks that form the Henry, La Sal, and Abajo Mountains in southern Utah begin to intrude.
Igneous activity produces intrusive rocks in northern Utah and volcanos in southwestern Utah. The majority of Utah’s copper is probably associated with an Oligocene-age intrusion in the Bingham mining district, west of Salt Lake City. Eocene: The geology of the San Francisco Bay Area is a nightmare of jumbled, mixed, chaotic rocks.
It looks in many places as if a giant had stuck a stick in the Bay and stirred wildly. One of the most interesting such mélanges in the world. The San Francisco Bay itself is the drowned mouth of the Sacramento River.