Arizona Geological Survey Contributed Reports


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Published: 1997
The Sunlight and South Sunlight Mines were two of fifteen uranium deposits located by exploration drilling in the Oljeto syncline area of Monument Valley, Navajo County, Arizona. Of all the deposits...
Resource Identifiers: CR-97-A

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Published: 1997
The Sunnyside mine was developed on one of the initial discoveries of uranium-vanadium minerals in the Carrizo Mountains of northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico. The host rock for the...
Resource Identifiers: CR-97-C

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Published: 1998
Beginning in the mid-1860s the southwestern US experienced a mining boom, and a large number of mines were developed. They went through alternating phases of economic upswing and decline, but by...
Resource Identifiers: CR-98-A

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Published: 1999
The Martin mine was developed on one of the initial discoveries of uranium-vanadium minerals in the Carrizo Mountains of northwestern Arizona and northeastern New Mexico. The host rock for these...
Resource Identifiers: CR-99-B

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Published: 1999
The exposures of the uranium-vanadium minerals on the rim of North Star Mesa were some of the first to be discovered in the Carrizo Mountains of northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico. The...
Resource Identifiers: CR-99-A

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Published: 2000
Previous workers have established the general petrological character of the McCoy Mountains Formation and equivalent Jurassic-Cretaceous units in southwestern Arizona and southeastern California by...
Resource Identifiers: CR-00-A

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Published: 2001
Less than five miles southwest of the Ray open pit lies a geologic wonderland centered on the copper prospect at Copper Butte. Not only are the Tertiary stratigraphic and structural relationships...
Resource Identifiers: CR-01-C

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Published: 2001
The banded crystalline rocks of Sabino Canyon are a strong aesthetic component of the canyon's dramatic views. Certainly these rocks have attracted much attention from geologists. Until...
Resource Identifiers: CR-01-A

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Published: 2001
Mineral production is essential to our civilization because minerals provide the raw materials which allow our society to function. Pima County is endowed with many mineral resources, not only...
Resource Identifiers: CR-01-A

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Published: 2002
The study area, which Feth and Hem (1963) refer to as the Payson Basin, has been the focus of attention for both the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and the State of Arizona, Bureau of...
Resource Identifiers: CR-02-B

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Published: 2002
Water is the lifeblood of the Southwest, and much of the region’s water resources occur in the large sedimentary basins that underlie the modern valleys of the Basin and Range Province. One such...
Resource Identifiers: CR-02-A

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Published: 2003
During the mid-1950s exploration drilling located several large uranium ore bodies in buried channels, in the Oljeto syncline area of the Monument Valley, Navajo County, Arizona. The channels occupy...
Resource Identifiers: CR-03-E

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Published: 2003
The mineralized outcrops that would be developed into the Rattlesnake No. I uranium-vanadium mine were some of the earliest to be found on the north side of the Carrizo Mountains, Apache County,...
Resource Identifiers: CR-03-D

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Published: 2003
The Lower Verde River Valley is a discrete groundwater basin separated from the Phoenix basin by the McDowell Mountains and bounded on all sides by bedrock, (see figure 1). The basin formed during...
Resource Identifiers: CR-03-B

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Published: 2003
The exposures of the uranium-vanadium minerals on the rim of Eurida Mesa were some of the first to be discovered in the Carrizo Mountains of northeastern Arizona and northwestern New Mexico. The...
Resource Identifiers: CR-03-C

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Published: 2003
In southeastern Arizona, many mountain ranges south of 1-10 harbor variably modified Jurassic and Laramide calderas. A dozen major calderas have been identified (see below after Lipman and Sawyer,...
Resource Identifiers: CR-03-A

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Published: 2005
San Bernardino Valley, Arizona became an area of geothermal interest because of recent volcanic activity ca~ 3 m .y. old), young fault scarps, high geothermometers to 229 degrees C), and a...
Resource Identifiers: CR-05-A

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Published: 2005
Data collected for this study include ground water chemical analysis, drillers" logs of water wells, geohydrologic and geologic information. Published chemical analysis were compiled from...
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CR-05-B
CR-05-B Appendix A

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Published: 2006
K-Ar data files from the Laboratory of lsotope Geochemistry at the Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, were transferred to the Arizona Geological Survey in about 2003. This report,...
Resource Identifiers: CR-06-A

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Published: 2006
Since no other record of dinosaur activity has been detected in the Recreation Red Beds, the footprint has been assigned the name of Herrerasauripus ratkevichi, meaning 'Herrerasaurus footprint...
Resource Identifiers: CR-06-B

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