2 edition of Geology and metalliferous resources of the region about Silver City, Idaho found in the catalog.
Geology and metalliferous resources of the region about Silver City, Idaho
Arthur M. Piper
|Statement||by Arthur M. Piper and Francis B. Laney.|
|Series||Idaho. Bureau of mines and geology. Bulletin, no. 11. December 1926|
|Contributions||Laney, Francis Baker, 1875-1938, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TN24.I2 P5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, , 165 p. incl. tables.|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||gs 27000090|
Oregon Geology and Mining History Catalog I - Federal Publications: Home Page: Sale: List of catalogs on this website I. C. / GEOLOGY OF SOUTHWEST IDAHO AND SOUTHEAST OREGON, , afb, 83 pages, 28 plages, 2 figs., $ 15 afb, pages, 11 plates, 26 figs., $ 30 B / Callaghan, E. and Buddington, A. F. / METALLIFEROUS MINERAL. 12 Geology and Mineral Resources of the North-Central Idaho Sagebrush Focal Area Description of Geology 13 Toes QT Toes Q Q QT DSOs XAm Ysl Tpmr Toes Ms QTb QT Ms QT Q T Kg Ktg Qg Tcv Tcv Tei Yl Q Tcv Yl Q |Ys Tcv Tei Tcv Ms Toes Ysl Q Yl Ysl Tei Yl Q ^s DSOs DSOs Ms Yl Yl PMs P*s Ktg Toes Q Q Q Tcv DSOs Q Q Tcv Q Qr Qr P*s Ysl Tcv QT DSOs Q Ms.
Dines, H. G. () The Metalliferous Mining Region of Southwest England: Vols. I and II with .. 9: Tin. Compiled for the Mineral Resources Consultative Committee/5. Full text of "Assessment of geology, energy, and minerals (GEM) resources, Pole Creek GRA (ID), Owyhee County, Idaho" See other formats i i i BLM LIBRARY FINAL REPORT Assessment of Geology, Energy, and Minerals (GEM) Resources POLE CREEK GEM RESOURCE AREA (ID) OWYHEE COUNTY, IDAHO Prepared for United States .
Full text of "Assessment of geology, energy, and minerals (GEM) resources, Antelope Pocket GRA (ID), Twin Falls County, Idaho" See other formats BLM LIBRARY FINAL REPORT Assessment of Geology, Energy, and Minerals (GEM) Resources ANTELOPE POCKET GEM RESOURCE AREA (ID) TWIN FALLS COUNTY, IDAHO Prepared for United . Silver has been produced in Virginia primarily as a by-product of lead, zinc, copper and gold mining. Most of Virginia’s silver production has come from the Virgina District in Halifax County, the Mineral District in Louisa County, and mines in Prince William, Goochland, Spotsylvania, Orange and Buckingham counties.
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Geology and Metalliferous Resources of the Region About Silver City, Idaho. Bulletins (B): B Year. Authors. Arthur M. Piper. Francis B. Laney. Pages. Oversized Sheets. ISBN. Geologic Maps Included in this Publication.
Topographic and geologic map of the De Lamar mining district. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Piper, Arthur M. (Arthur Maine), Geology and metalliferous resources of the region about Silver City, Idaho.
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Piper. Francis B. Laney. Geology and Ore Deposits of the Clark Fork District, Idaho. We own 6 of these Roadside Geology series books.
This IDAHO book is the best of all of them. It actually gets down and teaches the basic Geology of Idaho. A few of the other States in this series are luke warm on geology facts and are more a tourist guide to pretty rocks. Bottomline, IDAHO edition is a Geology course with Idaho focus/5(38).
Geology and Metalliferous Deposits of Kootenai County, Idaho,Pamphlet,18 figures and 2 plates. Anderson] on *FREE* shipping on Author: A. Anderson. Publication date Series Pamphlet - Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology ; no.
Note Copy 1 bound with no. (parent record's ckey). Geology and mineral resources of a portion of the Silver City region, Owyhee County, Idaho.
Responsibility [by] R.R. Asher. Imprint Moscow, Physical description p. illus. (part fold.) maps (part fold.) 29 cm. Series Pamphlet (Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology) ; no.
Online. Available online At the library. SAL3 (off-campus storage). This is probably the best overall reference guide on the Mines and Mineral Resources of New Mexico. Originally published by the State of New Mexico nearly 50 years ago, this long out of print book is now available again from Sylvanite Publishing.
The U.S. Department of the Interior has proposed to withdraw approximately 10 million acres of Federal lands from mineral entry (subject to valid existing rights) from 12 million acres of lands defined as Sagebrush Focal Areas (SFAs) in Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Wyoming (for further discussion on the lands involved see Scientific Investigations Report Author: Jeffrey L.
Mauk, Michael L. Zientek, B. Carter Hearn, Heather L. Parks, M. Christopher Jenkins, Eric. This is probably the best overall reference guide on the Mines and Mineral Resources of New Mexico. Originally published by the State of New Mexico nearly 50 years ago, this long out of print book is now available again from Sylvanite Rating: % positive.
There were historical cycles of gold and silver production in the Silver City region of Southwest Idaho from discovery in until imposition of WW II mining restrictions in Modern gold and silver production data from 18 years of successful open-pit mining at the Delamar Mine west of Silver City have not been published.
Resources. Mining History Association Field Trip. Geology of the Silver City Region. J Tour Leader: Virgil W. Leuth, NMBGMR. The MHA field trip route went east on Highway from Silver City to the vicinity of San Lorenzo in the Mimbres Valley.
Silver is a soft, white metal that usually occurs in nature in one of four forms: 1) as a native element; 2) as a primary constituent in silver minerals; 3) as a natural alloy with other metals; and, 4) as a trace to minor constituent in the ores of other metals.
Most of the silver produced today is a product of the fourth type of occurrence. Panhandle. The region of the Idaho Panhandle reaches from the Canada–US border south to Interstate Highway The area consists generally of Precambrian sedimentary formations, some of which have metamorphosed into area includes the Selkirk Mountains, the Purcell trench and the Cabinet Mountains.
Lead, silver and other ores are mined in the Coeur d’Alene. In December, the Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology published Bulletin No. 11, “Geological and Metalliferous Resources of the Region about Silver City Idaho”.
The report was the result of personal interest of the Secretary of the Bureau, Francis A. Thomson, who wrote the Preface to. Rockhounding Idaho by Garret Romaine. "A field guide to some of the state's best rockhounding sites!" This book is a 6" x 9" paperback with pages of descriptions, maps and photos.
#1 Best Value of 1 place to stay in Silver City “ Silver City really is a special place. I'd been wanting to go there since reading about it in a tourist brochure on a trip to Idaho years ago and was so pleased to finally make it last week.
Geology and ore deposits of the Wood river region, Idaho, with a description of the Minnie Moore and near-by mines Bulletin By: Joseph Bertram Umpleby, Lewis Gardner Westgate, Clyde Polhemus Ross, and D.F.
Hewett. Cooper, J. and Silver, L. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE DRAGOON QUADRANGLE, COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA, USGS PP, pb, pages, 13 plates in pocket, 39 figs., 2 tables, $ [also now available aeromagnetic map GP of the Dragoon Quadrangle, $ 10].
mountains in the Silver City District. Florida Mountain, which is located in the center of the district, is the focus of this study. The town of Silver City is marked by the red star.
25 Figure 7: Google Earth image showing the topographic relief of Florida Mountain. "The Geology & Mineralization at the CuAu- -Ag Monitor Mine Property, Eastern Coeur d'Alene Mining District, Idaho." by G.E.
Ray. NI Technical Report for Archean Star Resources Inc., February 10th Figure 4: Belt Super-group stratigraphy .The DeLamar silver mine, located in southwest Idaho, produced over 17 million ounces of silver and thousand ounces of gold by bulk mining methods between and late The mine occurs within the Silver City rhyolite--an extensive and complex sequence of middle Miocene silicic volcanic flows and domes that unconformably overlie a thick Cited by: The Almo Pluton is made of igneous rock formed by the slow cooling of magma that intruded into older rock.
Granitic rock of the Almo pluton makes up most of the spires in the City of Rocks. The Almo pluton is cut in many areas by dikes of younger intrusive rocks. Pegmatite dikes in the Almo pluton commonly contain very large crystals.