3 edition of Tin Placer and Lode Investigations, Ear Mountain Area, Seward Peninsula, Alaska. found in the catalog.
Tin Placer and Lode Investigations, Ear Mountain Area, Seward Peninsula, Alaska.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
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The Department also has a major responsibility for American Indian reservation communities and for people who live in island territories under U.S. administration. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Hoekzema, Robert B. Placer gold sampling in and near the Chugach National Forest, . ic / mining methods and costs, alaska juneau gold mining company, juneau, alaska, $ 16 ic / lode-tin mining at lost river, seward peninsula, alaska, $ 26 ic / estimated costs to produce copper at kennicott, alaska, $ 10 ic / gold lode deposits, fairbanks mining district, central alaska, $
Issue 83 - 1 / Petrogenesis of the Ear Mountain Tin Granite, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, $ 10 Issue 83 - 2 / The Origin of Alpine Peridotite-Hosted, Cross-Fiber, Chrysotile Asbestos Deposits; Supergene Copper Mineralization at the Lakeshore Mine, Pinal County, Arizona, $ Another scenario for undiscovered placer gold is the Valdez Creek placer model. Valdez Creek is a rich placer stream discovered in the Alaska Range during the early gold rush days. It was discovered by prospectors working their way up the Susitna River in the manor described previously.
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Ear Mountain is an isolated mountain located on the Seward Peninsula in the U.S. state of mountain, with an elevation of 2, feet ( m) (GeoNames gives it elevation as metres (2, ft)), has a belt of Cretaceous tin "granites."Though the mountain is located in an area long Seward Peninsula for its tin deposits, it was only in and during a survey by the US Bureau of Mines Coordinates: 65°55′19″N °14′47″W / °N.
Get this from a library. Tin placer and lode investigations, Ear Mountain area, Seward Peninsula, Alaska. [John J Mulligan; United States. Bureau of Mines,]. Tin placer and lode investigations, Ear Mountain area, Seward Peninsula, Alaska.
John J. Mulligan actinolite Alaska Tin Corp alaskite sill albite altered limestone Average grade axinite basic dike bedrock Bureau of Mines calcite cassiterite Cassiterite identified chalcopyrite Channel Ear Mountain area, Seward Peninsula, Alaska Issue.
Tin mining on Seward Peninsula, Alaska, has been intermittently active since the early 's. Most of the recorded production (over 2, short tons of metal-lic tin) has been obtained from placer deposits, but recent production also has resulted from development of File Size: 4MB.
Tin-Lode Investigations, Potato Mountain Area, Seward Peninsula, Alaska; With Section on Petrography One of reports in the series: Report of investigations (United by: 1.
Radioactivity Investigations At Ear Mountain Seward Peninsula Alaska, By P L KILLEEN and R J ORDWAY MINERAL RESOURCES OF ALASKA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN C This report concerns work done on behalf of the U. Atomic Energy Commission and is published with the permission of the CommissionCited by: 3.
RI_ Tin Placer and Lode Investigations, Ear Mountain Area, Seward Peninsula, Alaska Seward OFR_ Bureau of Mines Sampling Sites and Analytical Results for Samples Collected in the Chugach National Forest, Alaska. Exploration of Cape Mountain Lode-Tin Deposits Seward Peninsula, Alaska,Bureau of Mines Information Circular, RI 16 pages with 8 figures and several tables.
et al. Heide] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Abstract. The boron, tin, tungsten, beryllium, and fluorite deposits of the York Range, Seward Peninsula, represent the continuation of the Asian segment of the Pacific ore belt and are globally conjugate with the Verkhoyan-Chukotka ore province of Northeastern by: 6.
Report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines discussing the lode-tin mining operations of Seward Peninsula, Alaska. History, geology, production, and mining methods are presented. This report includes tables, maps, illustrations, and : S. Lorain, R. Wells, Miro Mihelich, J.
Mulligan, R. Thorne, J. Herdlick. A significant content of radioactive material was recognized in a few placer concentrates from Sweepstakes and Rube Creeks in the Koyuk district of eastern Seward Peninsula, Alaska, when old collections were scanned for radioactivity in the spring of Subsequent field investigations with a Geiger-Mueller counter were made of the creek gravels and the placer-gold paystreak on the bench.
PETROGENESIS OF THE EAR MOUNTAIN TIN GRANITE, SEWARD PENINSULA, ALASKA [Samuel E., et al Swanson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Swanson, Samuel E., et al. Skarn-greisen deposits of the lost river and mount ear ore field, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, United States.
Geochemistry International, 48(12), Other Regions. Cassiterite in Gold Placers at Humboldt Creek Serpentine-Kougarok area Seward Peninsula, Alaska By C. Sainsbury, Reuben Kachadoorian Thomas E~ Smith, and William C.
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Quick Facts Aluminum, Antimony, Cadmium, Calcium, and Chromium mines located in Kenai Peninsula County, Alaska. The Bureau of Mines samples a gold-bearing schist series 50 miles east of Nome near Bluff, a dormant mining camp on the southern shore of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska.
Gold is unevenly distributed through a section of a schist series that extends from the coast northward 4, feet. Most recent geologic and mineral investigations have the appendix at the end of this report.
been conducted with helicopter support. Improved gravel 'Preliminary investigations of radioactive placers on Vulcan Creek-Clear airstrips are located at Moses Point, Omilak, White Moun- Creek, Radium Gulch, and Bear Creek, Seward Peninsula, AK (BM.
The Bureau of Mines Alaska field Operations Center conducted a 4-yr () mineral assessment of the Juneau Mining District in southeast Alaska as part of its ongoing statewide mining district evaluation program.
Following an extensive literature search, the Bureau investigated mines, prospects, and mineral occurrences in the area.X. NOME AND THE SEWARD PENINSULA (Historic Information) With the word Nome nearly every American associates the idea of gold, Alaskan gold.
In this the people are right, for the gold production of Seward Peninsula, the general name given to the Nome region, aggregated to the enormous sum of $50, a materially larger output than any other Alaskan district has yielded.Canyon Creek Mine (including Mills Creek below Juneau Creek), Hope Mining District, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska, USA: Location: This record is a summary description of several gold placer mines along Canyon Creek and the section of Mills Creek below Juneau Creek.
All of Canyon Creek and the lower section of Mills.