Arizona Geological Survey Bulletins


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Published: 1985
This index provides a list of mines within each mineral district as defined in Arizona Bureau of Geology and Mineral Technology- Map 18 and Bulletln 194 (Kelth and others, 1983a,b). In a m1neral-...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin 196

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Published: 1933
One of the things that the Arizona Bureau of Mines has always wished to do is to issue reports that cover the geology and mineral resources of parts of Arizona that are known to be mineralized,...
Resource Identifiers: B-134

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Published: 1989
The text and geologic maps that compose Bulletin 198 represent a major advance in our understanding of the geology and mineral resources of west-central Arizona. The Buckskin and Rawhide Mountains...
Resource Identifiers: B-198

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Published: 1931
The Oatman and Katherine districts have produced more than thirty million dollars worth of gold and silver yet no complete report on the geology and ore occurrence of this interesting region is...
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Bulletin No. 131
Geological Series No. 6

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Published: 1927
The Courtland-Gleeson mining region, otherwise known as the Turquoise district, is situated in the south-central part of Cochise County, southeastern Arizona, about 15 miles east of Tombstone, 20...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin 123

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Published: 1985
The South Mountains of central Arizona are a typical, but geologically simple, metamorphic core complex. The western half of the range is underlain by Precambrian metamorphic and granitic rocks,...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin - 195

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Published: 1970
This report is based upon a study which was conducted during the period of March 1, 1969, through February 28, 1970. It was undertaken by the Arizona Bureau of Mines to fulfill the stipulation and...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin No. 182

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Published: 1980
On May 3, 1887, a major earthquake shook much of the southwest United States and Mexico, an area of nearly two million square kilometers (Figure 1). This seismic event, with an estimated magnitude...
Resource Identifiers: Special Paper #3

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Published: 1927
The history of mining in as large a territory as is embraced in Arizona is difficult to coordinate. Each district had its start, to a large extent, independently of the others. and each continued...
Resource Identifiers: History of Mining in Arizona

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Published: 1983
Mineral districts presented herein and delineated on the enclosed map were defined according to geological criteria. The principal goal was to arrange known metallic mineral occurrences into...
Resource Identifiers: B-194

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Published: 1969
This report summarizes the mineral and water resources of Arizona. Its purpose is to give factual information about the present supplies of minerals and water in the State and present a realistic...
Resource Identifiers: B-180 (Bulletin 180)

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Published: 1968
The study upon which this report is based was begun in September, 1965, and was undertaken by the Arizona Bureau of Mines to fulfill the conditions of a contract entered into by the Arizona Board...
Resource Identifiers: Geological Bulletin No. 177

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Published: 1952
Deposits of pegmatite minerals are known from many parts of Arizona, and from time to time efforts have been made to develop some of them as commercial sources of feldspar, quartz, mica, beryl,...
Resource Identifiers: Geological Survey Bulletin No.162

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Published: 1915
State Safety News
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin 6

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Published: 1936
Requests for information about the metal production of Arizona are continually being received by the Arizona Bureau of Mines. It is in answer to this insistent demand that the data contained in...
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Bulletin No. 140
Economic Series No. 19

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Published: 1942
This pamphlet has been compiled as a text to be used in the Arizona Bureau of Mines' extension lectures on "Field Tests for Metals." Many of the people attending these programs,...
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Bulletin No. 150
Technology Series No. 40

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Published: 1939
This bulletin presents a list and index of the literature pertaining to the geology and mineral resources of Arizona. Most of its citations for the years prior to 1937 were compiled from the...
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Bulletin No. 146
Geological Series No. 13

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Published: 1941
Tungsten is a metallic element that occurs in nature only as a constituent of certain minerals; it is never found in free or metallic form. USES The chief use of tungsten is in the production of...
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Bulletin No. 148
Geological Series No. 14

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Published: 1948
This pamphlet has been compiled as a text to be used in the Arizona Bureau of Mines' extension lectures on "Field Tests for Metals." Many of the people attending these programs,...
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Bulletin No. 154
Technology Series No. 42
Ninth Edition

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Published: 1972
The Virgin and Beaverdam Mountains form an arcuate range in northwestern Mohave County, Arizona, which extends northeasterly from the Nevada State line and swings to a northerly trend near the Utah...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin No. 186

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