Arizona Geological Survey Bulletins


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Published: 1917
Lime rocks were probably the first rocks that found a large demand among ancient peoples, and this demand has continued through all the ages down to the present time. The demand first arose because...
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Bulletin No. 46
Economic Series No. 13

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Published: 1917
Every employee pays for superintendence and inspection. Some pay more and some less. That is to say, a dollar-a-day man would receive two dollars a day, were it not for the fact that someone has...
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Bulletin No. 57
Safety Series No. 20

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Published: 1917
Aluminum is the most widely distributed of all the metals, in igneous rocks averaging about 7.98%. Because of its great affinity for oxygen, most of its minerals occurring free in nature are the...
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Bulletin No. 49
Mineral Technology Series No. 18

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Published: 1917
John D. Rockefeller, Jr., recently delivered an address at Cornell University which, we believe, deserves partial publication as follows: "Heretofore, the chief executive of important...
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Bulletin No. 58
Safety Series No. 21

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Published: 1917
This circular is intended to serve as a guide, which is to be augmented by actual training, demonstration and practice, to those who desire first-aid training, especially to men who need the...
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Bulletin No. 60
First-Aid Series No. 1

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Published: 1917
From all sides we hear of the demand for 'mines and prospects. The surplus of Eastern money caused by the large profits of the past few years has been seeking an outlet, and is ready to take...
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Bulletin No. 62
Economic Series No. 13

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Published: 1917
The problem which has confronted every man who has organized his plant far safety, and a comparatively short time after he has had his organization perfected, was how to maintain interest in Safety...
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Bulletin No. 64
Safety Series No. 23

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Published: 1917
The sampling and estimation of the metal present in an ore dump or a tailings heap are matters which are of considerable importance to most men connected with the mining industry, as they are often...
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Bulletin No. 63
Sampling Series No. 2

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Published: 1917
Will money spent on sanitary improvements reduce accidents? We all know that money spent on sanitation reduces the sickness of a district. We know that towns having a complete sewer system enjoy...
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Bulletin No. 67
Safety Series No. 24

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Published: 1917
Taking samples and measuring the width of an ore body are matters which everyone connected with the mining industry should be able to do properly. The purpose of this bulletin, is to describe the...
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Bulletin No. 66
Sampling Series No. 3

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Published: 1917
One of the things probably less utilized to advantage among the men working in industrial communities is the other eight hours. Eight hours for work, eight hours for sleep, and eight hours for...
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Bulletin No. 68
Welfare Series No. 1

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Published: 1917
In the North and Northwest, Safety and Welfare work go hand in hand, but I found that Welfare work was more or less of a myth when I first came into this vicinity. In fact, the average worker was...
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Bulletin No. 70
Safety Series No. 25

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Published: 1917
SELECT BLOWPIPE AND ACID TESTS FOR MINERALS ALUMINUM, Al. 1. Infusible aluminum minerals (also zinc silicates) ignited before and after adding cobalt nitrate solution give an intense blue color...
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Bulletin No. 71
Mineral Technology Series No. 19

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Published: 1918
The State Bureau of Mines has had several requests regarding a constitution and by-laws for a Mine Safety or First Aid Society. The Anaconda Copper Mining Company, through Mr. John L. Boardman,...
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Bulletin No. 77
Safety Series No. 27

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Published: 1918
Thomas Cowperthwaite, Safety Inspector of the Calumet & Arizona Mining Company and their subsidiary companies, spoke before the Mining Club of the Bisbee Y. M. C. A. recently, and gave many...
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Bulletin No. 80
Safety Series No. 28

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Published: 1917
Transportation facilities, particularly with respect to wagon roads, play a greater part in the opening up and development of a mineralized district than practically any other single item and are...
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Bulletin No. 72
Economic Series NO. 19

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Published: 1918
What is my duty, what is the most sensible and profitable course for me to follow in my private and business affairs during the continuance of the war? This is the great question confronting every...
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Bulletin No. 83
Safety Series No. 30

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Published: 1918
Look, then, to your Spare Time. Coin your "idle" hours into special training. Get ready for the future-NOW. The right use of Spare Time is the key to all Opportunity. It is Opportunity...
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Bulletin No. 87
Safety Series No. 32

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Published: 1917
The sampling and the estimation of the gold present and recoverable play a very important part in the history and development of all placer deposits. For this reason everyone interested in placer...
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Bulletin No. 51
Sampling Series No. 1

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Published: 1918
AMERICA'S victory depends upon you and your job. No man with red blood in his veins can ignore the significance of the war. Just remember that there is not a single instance where an...
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Bulletin No. 89
Safety Series No. 34

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