2 edition of Geology and ore deposits of the Rochester district, Nevada found in the catalog.
Geology and ore deposits of the Rochester district, Nevada
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Adolph Knopf.|
|Series||Geological Survey bulletin -- 762|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 78 p.,  p. of plates,  leaves of folded plates :|
|Number of Pages||78|
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Economic Geologypp. Silver Mineralization in the Rochester District, Pershing County, Nevada PETER g. VIKRE Incorporated, Southwestern Exploration Division, BoxTucson, Arizona Abstract The Rochester district encompasses a number of precious metal vein deposits which (Rochester) pdf.
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Customer Review Price: Low to High Price: High to Low Geology and ore deposits of the Rochester and adjacent mining districts, Madison county, Montana. Butte, Mont.: Montana School of Mines. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Sahinen, Uuno M. Geology and Ore Deposits of the Rochester and Adjacent Mining Districts, Madison County, :// Mineral Deposits of Nevada.
Editor: Tommy B. Thompson. Economic Geology Consulting, P.O. Geology and ore deposits of the Rochester districtReno, 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 [download] ebooks the geology of ore deposits pdf THE GEOLOGY OF ORE DEPOSITS The geology of ore deposits - modern fighting aircraft e4also el libro de oro de la.
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From to sometime in the 's the property was operated for Au, Ag, Coeur Rochester Mine, Rochester Mining District, Pershing Co., Nevada, USA: A large Ag-Au occurrence/open pit mine centered on the Nenzel Hill area.
See entry for Nenzel Hill. A subsidiary pit is at the site of the Nevada Packard Mines. Structure: Rocks are folded Reference: Harvey, David, Chadwick, Thomas, and Krewedl, Dieter,Geology and Mineralization in the Rochester and Nevada Packard Deposits, in Geological Society of Nevada Fall Field Trip Guidebook, Precious Metals Deposits of the Humboldt Range, New Discoveries in an Old District; GSN Special Publication No.
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.
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Ian Pitcairn Source: Economic Geology Harvey, David, Chadwick, Thomas, and Krewedl, Dieter,Geology and Mineralization in the Rochester and Nevada Packard Deposits, in Geological Society of Nevada Fall Field Trip Guidebook, Precious Metals Deposits of the Humboldt Range, New Discoveries in an Old District; GSN Special Publication No.
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August by Chris Ralph. Only the richest ores could be worked and shipped off for processing at a profit. As a result, early mining in the southern part of the Humboldt Range was short-lived. In the s, placers were discovered in Spring Valley and American Valley on the east side of the range The following summary of the geology and ore deposits of the Rochester district is from a more detailed account by Knopf (, p.
The oldest rocks in the district are felsitic trachytes and keratophyres 5, feet thick, composing the Rochester Trachyte, of Triassic age.
Overlying this is a sequence of rhyolite flows also of Triassic :// Lincoln Hill dumortierite deposit, Rochester Mining District, Pershing Co., Nevada, USA: Sec 18 T28N R34E.
Deposit: The dumortierite is prevailingly pink and lavender the area is underlain by felsitic trachyte. Breccias the dumortierite is prevailingly pink and lavender. The The geology of the region has been wholly unknown.
Although borates had been recorded from the district, the importance of the deposits has never been determined.
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