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Geology and ore deposits of the Tintic mining district, Utah
|Statement||with a historical review by V. C. Heikes.|
|Series||U. S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 107.|
|Contributions||Loughlin, G. F. 1880-1946, joint author., Heikes, V. C. 1867-|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 107|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||282|
|LC Control Number||gs 19000070|
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Geology and Ore Deposits of the Tintic Mining District, Utah, Issues Geology and Ore Deposits of the Tintic Mining District, Utah, Gerald Francis Loughlin Issue of Professional paper U.
Geological Survey. Professional paper Authors: Waldemar Lindgren, Gerald Francis Loughlin, Victor Conrad Heikes: Publisher. Introduction / Douglas R. Cook --General geology of the East Tintic Mountains, Utah / Hal Utah book. Morris --Ore deposits of the Main Tintic Mining District / Douglas R.
Cook --Ore deposits of the Chief Mine / Max T. Evans --Geology of the Halloysite deposit at the Dragon Mine / M.B. Kildale and R.C. Thomas --Introduction to the geology and ore.
Get this from a library. Geology and ore deposits of the Tintic mining district, Utah. [Waldemar Lindgren; G F Loughlin; V C Heikes; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. In the East Tintic district lenticular beds of tuff and agglomerate are intercalated in the lower part of an Oligocene volcanic series, made up chiefly of porphyritic quartz latite lavas, which was deposited on strongly folded, faulted, and deeply dissected Paleozoic rocks, comprising a thick basement of quartzite and 5, feet of dominantly carbonate sediments above.
Page - Geology of the East Tintic Mountains and ore deposits of the Tintic mining districts: Utah Geol. Soc. Guidebook to the geology of Utah no. 12, p. Appears in 39 books from Page - Morris, HT, and Lovering, TS,Stratigraphy of the East Tintic Mountains, Utah:.
Bythe Tintic District was the leading mining center of the state of Utah. Up to Januarythe Tintic District mines had produced metal amounting to $, The Tintic district is about six miles long by two miles wide which is divided between Utah and Juab counties. PP 77 / Boutwell, J.
/ GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE PARK CITY DISTRICT, UTAH,afb, pages, 18 figs., 44 plates (2 plates in pocket), $ PP 80 / Butler, B.
/ GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS, SAN FRANCISCO & ADJOINING DISTRICTS,afb, p., 41 plates (plate 1 in map pocket), 16 figures, $ The East Tintic Mountains are a mountain range in central Juab, Utah, and Tooele counties in Utah, United States on the east margin of the Great Basin just west of the Wasatch Front about 50 miles (80 km) south-southeast of Salt Lake City.
The community of Eureka is an old mining town near the center of the range. U.S. Route 6 Passes through the central part of the range and through y: United States. Panoramic view west of East Tintic mining district (Fig. The East Tintic deposits are essentially blind, with the first discovery (the high-grade Tintic Standard ‘pothole’) made only inalmost 50 years after recognition of outcropping ore at Main Tintic district.
Ross, C. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE SHAFTER MINING DISTRICT, PRESIDIO COUNTY, TEXAS, USGS B B,pb, pages 45 -7 plates (3 in pocket), 5 figs., $ 30 [This silver mining area has a relatively new owner and it is active again].
publication covering the Eureka, North Tintic, Mammoth, and Silver City and Diamond mining districts in Juab County and Utah County, Utah Addeddate Tintic Geology. To understand how the ore bodies in the Tintic District were deposited, we have to start about million years ago in the Precambrian Period when the western portion of the North American craton rifted away from the rest of the continent along a line where the Wasatch Front now lies – this Wasatch Line has been an important hinge line in Utah’s geology ever since.
Adequate treatment of so large and so extensively developed a district as that of Leadville necessitates a voluminous report, in which the practical questions of prime interest to the commercial world can not be systematically answered until the data on which they depend are discussed.
Many readers will no doubt wish to turn at once to the chapter on ore reserves, which will give them an. from to in a study of the geology, ore deposits, and hydro thermal alteration of the East Tintic district. Since the writer has directed the fieldwork in the main Tintic district and in the Tintic Junction and adjoining quadrangles, and has made general studies of the stratigraphy, igneous rocks, and structure throughout the EastCited by: Responsibility by Waldemar Lindgren and G.F.
Loughlin, with a historical review by V.C. Heikes. Publication Washington: Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Geology and ore deposits of the Park City district, Utah Professional Paper 77 By: J.M. Boutwell and L. with contributions by Woolsey. Waldemar Lindgren and G.
Loughlin with a historical review by V. Conrad Heikes () Geology and Ore Deposits of the Tintic Mining District Utah: USGS Professional paper This page contains all mineral locality references listed on GUIDEBOOK TO THE GEOLOGY OF UTAH - GEOLOGY OF THE EAST TINTIC MOUNTAINS AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE TINTIC MINING DISTRICTS,Utah Geological Society, Salt Lake City, Utah HISTORY OF JUAB COUNTY,Alice P.
McCune, Juab County Company of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers. Geology and ore deposits of the Tintic mining district, Utah Paperback out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — 1/5(1).
Geology of the East Tintic Mountains and ore deposits of the Tintic mining districts on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Utah Geological and Mineralogical Survey. vides general information on what a mining district is, how many mining districts are in Utah, types of mineral deposits found at these districts, and landownership issues.
The second part includes individual mining-district discussions containing information on location, produc-tion, history, geology, mineralogy, and current/future operations.Major gold developments in the s and s included operations in the Bingham, Mercur, Goldstrike, Tintic, and East Tintic mining districts.
Exploration and development continues in Utah today. Old mining districts are being re-explored and in some cases, revived using new technologies.Description. The site of the former community is along the Diamond Gulch on the western slopes of the East Tintic Mountains, northwest of Sunrise Peak, just east of the Tintic Valley, and about 5 miles ( km) south of Eureka.
There are multiple abandoned mines in the surrounding area, and it is considered part of (but south of the active area of) the Tintic Mining y: United States.