Arizona Geological Survey Bulletins


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Published: 1918
This bulletin has been compiled to give mine and plant operators an idea on "How to Organize for Safety." The bulletin as a whole applies to large concerns. For the small operator it...
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Bulletin No. 81
Safety Series No. 29

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Published: 1916
Directory of Arizona Operating Mines. Includes mine name, location, ore, daily production tonnage, names of officers or board of directors, and number of employees. 30 p.
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Bulletin No. 24
Economic Series No. 8

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Published: 1917
Yav-a-pai was the name given hy the Apache Indians to all of northern Arizona. It means, literally, the mountain country, being derived from "yava" (the hills and "pais,"...
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Bulletin No. 59
County Resource Series No. 2

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Published: 1918
Perhaps you have no choice. Your age, your family, your health may hold you in the ranks of the great industrial army. But although you cannot be with the boys at the front you need not be a...
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Bulletin No. 85
Safety Series No. 31

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Published: 1918
One of the first and most important matters which has to be determined in connection with a mining property, after it has been decided to develop it, is the class of entry which is to be used in...
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Bulletin No. 82
Economic Series No. 17

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Published: 1915
In the preparation of a paper on the needs and methods of improvement in mining education, it was found that the field was an exceeding large one to cover. Consequently, this paper has developed...
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Bulletin No. 1
Economic Series No. 1

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Published: 1973
Since Bulletin 187 was printed a dozen years ago, several new studies on the geologic framework and mineral resources of Cochise County have been released. Because the bulletin was reprinted...
Resource Identifiers: B-187

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Published: 1924
The following report is based upon an investigation made for the purpose of obtaining from the Payson region, or Green Valley mining district, geological data. that might be of interest to mining...
Resource Identifiers: B-120

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Published: 1962
This report is designed to serve as a brief, general account of the geology and mineral deposits of Arizona, especially in connection with the County Geologic Maps of Arizona*, Geo(ogic Cross-...
Resource Identifiers: B-171

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Published: 1971
Arizona is truly a land of scenic beauty and geologic marvels. The arid. climate and great relief combine to expose geology in a dramatic fashion equaled by few other places in North America. This...
Resource Identifiers: B-184

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Published: 1970
This description of the minerals of Arizona has been compiled largely from publications and manuscripts. Numerous persons were also consulted regarding undescribed mineral deposits and occurrences...
Resource Identifiers: B-181

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Published: 1972
This compilation results from a joint effort between the Arizona Bureau of Mines, University of Arizona, Tucson, and the Arizona Oil & Gas Conservation Commission, Phoenix, Arizona. It serves...
Resource Identifiers: B-185

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Published: 1986
Radiogenic age determinations, which involve precise field studies and detailed laboratory analyses, are expensive. Results have been included in many scientific publications, some of which are...
Resource Identifiers: B-197

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Published: 1961
Gold placers, or deposits such as gravel and sand which contain notable concentrations of gold, all result from the slow milling and concentration processes incident to natural erosion of pre-...
Resource Identifiers: Bulletin 168

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Published: 1916
The fame of Arizona as a copper producing state is so great and widespread that sometimes her deposits of other minerals do not receive their due share of attention. It is not very generally known...
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Bulletin No. 10
Economic Series No. 5

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Published: 1922
Except for several unsuccessful attempts to use modern dredges, there has been little placer mining activity in the State since Bulletin No. 10 was printed. Nevertheless it has been thought wise to...
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Bulletin 118
Economic Series No. 18

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Published: 1934
In 1929, thirty-nine mines or prospects in which gold was the element principally sought were listed by the State Mine Inspector of which four actually produced some gold. In his report for 1933,...
Resource Identifiers: Geological Survey Bulletin No. 137

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Published: 1953
In the past decade, military and economic pressures have greatly accelerated research in the field of physical metallurgy. As a result, many uses have been found for elements which hitherto were...
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Geological Survey Bulletin No.163
Mineral Technology Series No. 47

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Published: 1954
Assume that the prospector has found a promising outcrop, mineralized zone, or geological structure, indicating the possibility of an ore deposit, and that he has properly located and recorded a...
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Geological Survey Bulletin No.164
Mineral Technology Series No. 48

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Published: 1955
Great mineral wealth has been paramount in the development of Arizona. It has attracted attention since the first Spanish explorations of the Southwest. The lure of precious metals brought many of...
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Geological Bulletin No. 165
Mineral Technology Series No. 49

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