2 edition of Some geologic features of the Pima mining district Pima County, Arizona found in the catalog.
Some geologic features of the Pima mining district Pima County, Arizona
Cooper, John R.
|Statement||by John R. Cooper.|
|Series||Contributions to economic geology, U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1112-C|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 63-103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
Geologic History of Arizona Jan C. Rasmussen, Rocks & Minerals, , v. 87, no. 1, p. 1 volcanogenic massive copper and zinc sulfide ore deposits in Yavapai County (such as the Verde district at Jerome) were formed by submarine hot springs that precipitated the sulfides directly onto Some of the earliest fossils from Arizona The Crown King & Tiger Mine Groups is a lead, copper, and silver mine located in Pima county, Arizona at an elevation of 3, feet. Premium members have access to Google dynamic maps. Please consider becoming a member
), magmatic sources through geochemistry (Anthony and Titley, ), and some structure (Lootens, ). General geologic features of the Sierrita- Esperanza deposit are summarized by West and Aiken (in Titley, ). This thesis seeks to add to the knowledge of the district by contributing structural, This portion of Arizona was mapped on a reconnaissance basis by E.D. Wilson and R.T. Moore as part of their efforts to develop a ,scale geologic map of Arizona (Wilson and others, ). The bedrock geology of the Ajo ,scale sheet, which includes the project area, was subsequently mapped in somewhat more detail by Gray and
Placers were probably worked in the Oro Blanco district, Santa Cruz County, and the Arivaca district, Pima County. The part of Arizona north of the Gila River was ceded to the United States in , and the part of Arizona south of the Gila River, where most of the early placer mining occurred, was purchased in The Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin No. , Arizona Gold Placers and Placering, Fifth Edition, Revised, was published in However, it has not been available for general distribution since This present Bulletin No. supersedes Bulletin No. in the publication series of the Arizona Bureau of Mines Scans/
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SOME GEOLOGIC FEATURES OF THE PIMA MINING DISTRICT, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA By JOHN R. COOPER ABSTRACT Bocks ranging in age from Precambrian to Recent crop out in the Pima dis trict.
Granite, which locally contains many large inclusions of schist and horn- fels, is believed to be Precambrian, as it appears to be overlain unconformably Some geologic features of the Pima mining district, Pima County, Arizona Bulletin C By: John Roberts Cooper Get this from a library.
Some geologic features of the Pima mining district, Pima County, Arizona. [John R Cooper; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- A preliminary report including a discussion of the Helmet fanglomerate and its structural :// geology.
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bull. c,?dep_id= Get this from a library. Some geologic features of the Pima mining district, Pima County, Arizona. [John R Cooper; Geological Survey (U.S.),] Keith, Stanton B. (), Arizona Bureau of Geology & Mineral Technology, Geological Survey Branch Bull. Index of Mining Properties in Pima County, Arizona: (Table 4).
USGS Twin Buttes Quadrangle topo :// Arizona Geological Society Dige st, Volume XI, October THE SAN XAVIER FAULT, PIMA MINING DISTRICT, ARIZONA by Louis J.
Jansen 1 Abstract The San Xavier fault is a low-angle, undulating surface underlying approximately 50 square miles of the northeastern pediment of the Sierrita Mountains, south of Tucson, Arizona.
This Cooper, J.R.,Some Geologic Features Of The Pima Mining District, Pima County, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin C, P. Geology Titley S R - Some features of tectonic history and ore genesis in the Pima mining district, Pima County, Arizona: in Titley S R Advances in Geology of the Porphyry Copper Deposits ?dep_id= Cooper, J.R.,Some geologic features of the Pima mining district, Pima County, Arizona, IN Contributions to economic geology, U.S.
Geological Survey Jansen, L.J.,Stratigraphy and structure of the Mission copper deposit, Puma mining district, Arizona, in Titley, S.R., ed., Advances in geology of the porphyry ?id= Geology often presents surprises.
Such is the case with the copper deposits near Green Valley, south of Tucson. The Pima Mining District contains several copper mines that stretch 20 miles from Green Valley to near Tucson, Arizona. From south to north, these mines are Sierrita-Esperanza, Twin Buttes, Pima-Mission, San Xavier, and Saginaw Hill.
The deposits MS Book and Mineral Company. Arizona Geology and Mining History of Arizona I - Federal Publications G. / COPPER DEPOSITS OF PART OF HELVETIA MINING DISTRICT, PIMA COUNTY,pb, pages -5 plates, 1 figure, 3 tables, $ 20 J.
/ SOME GEOLOGIC FEATURES OF THE PIMA MINING DISTRICT, PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA,pb, 40 pages Pima Mine (Pima Open Pit Mine), Mission complex, San Xavier, Pima Mining District (Olive Mining District; Mineral Hill Mining District; Twin Buttes Mining District Full text of "Sketch of Pima County, Arizona: its mining districts, minerals, climate, agriculture and other resources" See other formats F BLAKE PIMA COUNTY ARIZONA BAHCfiOfT LIBRARY University of Calif ornia Berkeley SKETCH OF PIMA COUNTY ARIZONA ITS MINING DISTRICTS, MINERALS, CLIMATE, AGRICULTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES PREPARED AT THE REQUEST OF THE Ref.: Cooper, J.R.
() Some geologic features of the Pima mining district, Pima County, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin C, p. 1 sheet, scale This is USGS Bulletin C, “Some Geologic Features of the Pima Mining District, Pima County, Arizona.” Published inthis is a pretty rare item these days. This publication consists of the page book and BOTH OF THE ORIGINAL MAPS, all in excellent condition.
One of the maps is a full-color geologic map of a large area of the :// Past Producer in Pima county in Arizona, United States with commodities Lead, Copper, Silver, Zinc, Gold, Molybdenum?dep_id= The Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS) serves as a primary source of geologic information to enhance public understanding of the geologic character, geologic hazards, and mineral resources of Mission pit, Mission complex, San Xavier, Pima Mining District (Olive Mining District; Mineral Hill Mining District; Twin Buttes Mining District), Sierrita Mountains, Pima Co., Arizona, USA: A large surface producer Cu-Ag-Zn-Mo-Pb-Au-Sn-W-Fluorspar-Cd-Sn-W-PGE mine located in East-central sec.
36, T16S, R12E & West-central sec. 31, T16S, R13E, G&SRM, 17 miles S of Tucson, on private The Twin Buttes camp embraces eight mines in the Pima mining district.
The first mining claims in the camp are said to have been located inbut little mining was done until Intermittent operation of five of the to yieldedtons of ore averaging percent copper and 8 small tonnage of high-grade oxidized zinc ://. Pima copper district, J.
R. Cooper in charge. Geologic mapping in the Twin Buttes quadrangle is continuing. The report "Some geologic features of the Pima mining district, Pima County, Arizona," was published as Bulletin C.
A report on "The turkey-track porphyry-a Some geologic features of the Pima mining district. Pima County, Arizona, USGS Bulletin C; Kalt Jr., William D. “Awake the Copper Ghosts! The History of the Banner Mining The county figures are annual from to and combined for the period prior to To as far back as the information is available, the production of mining districts in each county is given.
The mining district production is then shown by mines. In other tables the annual production since has been shown by methods of