3 edition of Copper Deposits of the Ninza District, Alaska. found in the catalog.
Copper Deposits of the Ninza District, Alaska.
United States Geological Survey
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 947F|
|Contributions||Miller, D., Moffit, F.|
(2) Discoverer of the Rattlesnake Hills gold district, Wyoming (a major gold district with some gold deposit containing >1 million ounces), (3) Discoverer of the Wyoming iolite gemstone deposits (a couple of the largest colored gemstone deposits in the world including Palmer Canyon, Owen Creek, Grizzly Creek and Raggedtop deposits potentially. Mother Lode Mine, Kennecott, Nizina Mining District, Valdez-Cordova Census Area, Alaska, USA: The locality is in the Wrangell-Saint Elias National Park and Preserve. Location: The Mother Lode mine is at the head of a small cirque valley on the west valley wall of McCarthy Creek (MacKevett.
Distribution of Gold Copper and Some other Metals in McCarthy Quadrangle Alaska. Price $ Price $ Add To Cart Gold Deposits of the Valdez District Alaska. Price $ Gold Placers Near Talkeetna Alaska Mining Book. Price $ The Donlin Creek gold deposit, discovered in the summers of to by geologists from WestGold, is one of the 10 largest gold deposits found in history. Potentially, it could contain 2 to 4 times more gold than the famous Homestake Mine. It is slated for production in This is a blog about the geologists who found this great deposit.
The deposits are similar to the one at the Copper Mountain Mine, but none was of significant size. Indication of production: Yes; small: Reserve estimates: None. Production notes: From to , the Copper Mountain Mine produced , pounds of copper, 10, ounces of silver, and ounces of gold from 5, tons of ore. The U.S. Geological Survey completed the first-ever global assessment of undiscovered copper resources for the two most significant sources of global copper supply: porphyry copper deposits and sediment-hosted stratabound copper deposits. The geology-based study identified areas for undiscovered copper in 11 regions of the world. Estimated.
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Copper deposits of the kotsina-kuskulana district alaska by ralph e. van alstine and robert f. black with an introduction by fred h. moffit mineral resources of alaska, and (pages ) united states government printing office washington: Cited by: 2.
COPPER DEPOSITS OF THE KOTSINA-KUSHULANA DISTRICT, ALASKA The Kotsina-Huskul~l~n district of the Copper River region is be- tmen the Chitina Itiv~r rind the crest of the 'IVranpll 31uuntains. The principnl prosp~cts are thoso on Coppr Creek, Clear Creek, Nugpt Creek, MwIIougall Creek, Berg Creek, and Elliott Creek and the 13ig Horn and Piemol~ prospx-ts.
Copper deposits of the Kotsina-Kuskulana district, Alaska Bulletin G By: Ralph Erskine Van Alstine and Robert F. Black. The Ambler Mining District Industrial Access Project is a proposed mile industrial road that would connect the Ambler Mining District to the.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thorne, Robert L. Exploration of argentiferous lead-copper deposits of the Slana district, Alaska. [Washington, D.C.]: United States Bureau of Mines, Get this from a library.
Exploration of argentiferous lead-copper deposits of the Slana district, Alaska. [Robert L Thorne]. the district solely for the copper.
GEOGRAPHY The Nizina district (see fig. 12) is on the southeast flank of the Wrangell Mountains, a rugged range with several peaks higher t feet. Most of the known copper deposits are in the part of the district shown on plate In this area the relief in places exceeds 5, feet.
The Ambler district is located along the southern margin of the Brooks Range, Alaska. Mineral exploration since the late s in this remote area has led to the discovery of a number of volcanogenic massive sulfide deposits and several carbonate-hosted copper deposits.
The district is composed of two geologic terranes. Alaska's Copper River — The 18th and 19th Centuries. Anchorage: Alaska Historical Society for the Alaska Historical Commission, Heller, Herbert L., ed.
Sourdough Sagas. The Pebble Cu-Au-Mo deposit in southwest Alaska is one of the world's largest porphyry deposits. The deposit contains over 80 billion pounds (Blbs) Cu, million ounces (Moz) Au, and Blbs Mo in all resource categories.
A project to build a mile industrial road to provide access to mineral discoveries in the western Brooks is nearing its final regulatory approvals. The road would be built west.
Gold vs. Salmon: An Alaska mine project just got a boost; Gold vs. Salmon: An Alaska mine project just got a boost The fight is over what lies just below the surface: one of the richest deposits of copper, gold and other valuable metals in the world. It sets two of the state’s most important industries, mining and fishing, against each other.
Pebble Mine is the common name of a very large porphyry copper, gold, and molybdenum mineral deposit in the Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska, near Lake Iliamna and Lake Clark.
As of Augustmine developers are seeking federal permits from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the U.S. Coast Guard and the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Engineering. B B / Moffit, F. and Fellows, R. / COPPER DEPOSITS OF THE PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND DISTRICT, ALASKA,pb, 33 pages, 4 plates (in pocket), 1 figure, $ 5 B B / Coats, R.
/ VOLCANIC ACTIVITY IN THE ALEUTIAN ARC,pb, pages 35. The Ely Copper-Gold District of Nevada January The main ore deposits of the Ely district are associated with an east-west belt of altered and mineralized rocks measuring about one mile wide that extends 8 miles westward from Ely.
The deposit is a high-grade gold-copper skarn (altered limestone) enclosingounces of gold (Bluemink, ). Eighty miles north of the Nixon Mine, placers in the Ruby district Alaska, include several sizable nuggets including the largest found in Alaska.
The Kennecott Mines and mill town are an abandoned copper mine operation and ghost town in Alaska that together, form a National Historic Landmark District. Located within the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve, this historic site tells a story of discovery, perseverance, and ingenuity at a time when America was hungry for copper to build railroads, electrify cities and supply.
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Placer Gold Deposits of New Mexico Mining Geology Locations Book Oregon's Gold Placers. $ Add To Cart. How to Mill Your Gold and Silver. $ Add To Cart. Gold Deposits of. Alaska Mine (incl. Hans Mine; Angwa Mine), Makonde District (Lomagundi District), Mashonaland West, Zimbabwe: Sedimentary copper deposit, hosted in calcareous argillite and arkose.
Most ore bodies are stratabound, but some ore also occurs in quartz veins that crosscut the. Economically viable placer deposits in the Alaska-Yukon region are usually from m to 20 m thick and contain to 15 g/tonne gold or platinum, 5 to 50 kg tin, to percent ilmenite, to percent zircon, or to 2 g/tonne silver, depending on the placer deposit type.
In gold placers, fineness varies widely in the Alaska. The Riverside Claims are near Colorado, Alaska. Historically the area has been associated with the Valdez Creek Mining District which is now part of the Denali Wilderness.
The ore mined is composed of molybdenite, pyrrhotite and pyrite with waste material consisting primarily of quartz.In an effort to thwart statehood and Alaskan home rule from Washington D.C., the "Alaska Syndicate," was formed in by J.
P. Morgan and Simon Syndicate purchased the Kennicott-Bonanza copper mine and had majority control of the Alaskan steamship and rail transportation. The syndicate also was in charge of a large part of the salmon industry.Prospectors also sought and found other minerals in Alaska.
Deposits of copper, coal, silver, mercury, platinum, and tin were among the others found and mined in Alaska. The copper deposits in the Copper River basin had long been of interest. Inan Ahtna chief, Nicolai, led prospectors to his own copper deposits.