Arizona Geological Survey Bulletins


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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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Published: 1941
This description of the minerals of Arizona has been largely compiled from publications and manuscripts. Numerous persons were also consulted regarding undescribed mineral deposits, and much...
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Bulletin No. 149
Geological Series No. 15

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Published: 1940
This pamphlet has been compiled as a text to be used in the Arizona Bureau of Mines' extension lectures on "Prospector's Mineralogy." Many of the people attending these lectures...
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Bulletin No. 147
Technology Series No. 39
Seventh Edition, Revised

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Published: 1943
The Superior mining area is in northeastern Pinal County, Arizona (Fig. 1). The area was officially organized as the Pioneer mining district but is better known as the Superior mining area....
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Bulletin No. 151
Geological Series No. 16

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Published: 1972
The value of mineral production in Arizona was $981 million, 16 percent below the $1,167 million of 1970. Income from the mineral industry ranked second to manufacturing among sources of income...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin No. 188

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Published: 1938
The principal ore deposits of Arizona are in the southern, central, and western portions of the state, which physiographically are part of the Basin and Range province, southwest of the Colorado...
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Bulletin No. 145
Geological Series No. 12

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Published: 1938
During recent years there has been a strong demand for molybdenum ore, and many articles descriptive of deposits of molybdenite (sulphide of molybdenum) have been published. Little has been...
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Bulletin No. 144
Geological Series No. 11

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Published: 1944
The nonmetallic mineral resources of Arizona are attracting increased attention because of their possible utilization in future industrial expansion of the Pacific Coast region and the Southwest...
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Bulletin No. 152
Technology Series No. 41

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Published: 1949
The nonmetallic mineral resources of Arizona are attracting increased attention because of their present and possible future utilization in the industrial expansion of the Pacific Coast region and...
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Bulletin No. 155
Mineral Technology Series No. 42

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Published: 1953
Supplementing Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin No. 146, which was published in 1939, this bulletin presents a list and index of literature pertaining to the geology and mineral resources of...
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Bulletin No. 161
Geological Series No. 20

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Published: 1965
This bulletin presents a comprehensive listing of the literature on the geology and mineral resources of Arizona released through December, 1964. In compiling the list, the authors have used...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin No. 173

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Published: 1951
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. 157
Technology Series No. 43

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Published: 1965
The appreciation and value of a highway tour may be enhanced remarkably by an understanding of how the scenery, climate, vegetation, water supply, animals, and industries are related fundamentally...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin No. 174

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Published: 1968
The "Big Hole" was the name miners gave to the United Verde mine, for with its many shafts, raises, large stopes, and miles of drifts and tunnels, it was one of the largest mines in the...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin No. 178

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Published: 1971
Persons traveling over Arizona highways encounter an ever changing variety of scenery, geologic features, climate, vegetation, wild life, and conditions for human habitation and industry. All of...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin No. 183

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Published: 1947
Since the first edition of Bulletin 149 was published in 1941, Volume I of the revised Dana's System of Mineralogy has been published. A tremendous amount of new data on the elements,...
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Bulletin No. 153
Geological Series No. 17
Second Edition, Revised

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