2 edition of Some ore deposits in Maine found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by William H. Emmons|
|Series||Geological Survey (U.S.) Bulletin -- no. 432, Geological Survey bulletin -- 432.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
Thought my memory might be failing me:) as only part of the book is set in the US. But judging from your comment, it turns out it was California and not Maine. Pfff, quite a relief to find out I'm not turning senile:) (Haven't read A Thousand Splendid Suns by the way, as I . Deposits made at the branch after the cut-off times, over the weekend or on holidays will be deposited the next business day. MON a.m. - on: SW 6th Ave, Portland,
Mineral deposits form in a variety of complex geologic settings such as continental magmatic arcs, sedimentary basins, and evaporite deposits. The occurrence of a REE-enriched mineral does not necessarily correlate with economic feasibility of mining that mineral deposit; mining companies must also look at ore grade of the deposit to determine. deposits including sulfur deposits and building stone. Some large bodies of plutonic igneous rock, particularly those of mafic (high in magnesium and iron) composition, solidify in layers (Figure ). Each layer contains different minerals and is of a different chemical composition than adjacent layers. Some of the layers may contain rich ore File Size: 1MB.
IRON-ORE RESOURCES OF THE UNITED STATES, INCLUDING ALASKA AND PUERTO RICO, By MARTHA S. CARR and CARL E. BUTTON. ABSTRACT The importance of iron ore, the basic raw material of steel, as a fundamental mineral, resource is shown by Cited by: 3. Published in , this is a rare old book and a classic on the geology of this huge set of ore deposits. There are many nice diagrams within the text as well as interesting photos. The formations of the area are all described and the structural geology of folds and faults is detailed as Rating: % positive.
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Some ore deposits in Maine and the Milan mine, New Hampshire (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William H Emmons; Geological Survey (U.S.). Gold in Maine. Gold occurs in several geologic environments in Maine: in bedrock, in sediments that were eroded from bedrock by glaciers, and in stream deposits derived from either of these sources.
Veins of gold in bedrock are called "lode" deposits, and "placer" deposits are concentrations of gold that accumulated in unconsolidated sediments. History of Metal Mining in Maine.
Probably the earliest commercial operation in Maine was the mining of bog iron in Newfield, a small scale operation that continued for many years. Other enterprises in the mid's included a lead mine near Lubec and the Katahdin Iron Works north of Brownville Junction.
A mining boom swept Maine from to. 10 SOME ORE DEPOSITS IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE, Smith, George Otis, and David White. The geology of the Perry Basin: Prof.
Paper U. Geol. Survey No. 35, This paper is the result of an investigation of the rocks of the Perry Basin to ascertain whether there is a. Some ore deposits in Maine and the Milan mine, New Hampshire (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: William H.
Maine has identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Maine mines are Silver, Copper, and the time these mines were surveyed, mines in Maine were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
1 Maine has prospect mines. 2 mines were in production at. Significant Mineral Commodities - Mining in Maine has a long history unknown to many citizens.
Some of us have seen the granite quarries which remain from an industry established more than years ago. Gravel pits are a common sight today, and many people are familiar with Maine's limestone, slate.
Silver Occurences in Washington Geology Mining Ore Deposits book. Price $ Out of stock Some Notes on the Nome Gold Region Alaska. Price $ Choose Options Some Ore Deposits in Maine and the Milan Mine New Hampshire.
Price $ Add To Cart. This is a well-crafted story about destructive family relationships and shameful behavior, loaded with tension, secrets, booze, marital conflict, stinging arguments, and some very funny scenes." —The New Maine Times "Maine by J.
Courtney Sullivan is a powerful novel about the ties that bind families tight, no matter how dysfunctional /5(). Mining in Maine: Past, Present, and Future. Carolyn A. Lepage* Michael E. Foley Woodrow B. Thompson Maine Geological Survey State House Station #22 Augusta, ME INTRODUCTION.
Mining in Maine has a long history unknown to many citizens. Some of us have seen the granite quarries which remain from an industry established more than Cited by: 1. Some Lode Deposits in the Northwestern Part of the Boise Basin Idaho.
by Clyde P. Ross. Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology. Bulletin D. - 74 Pages. The 16 Biggest Uranium Reserves In The World Australia now tops the list as the country with the largest quantities of recoverable uranium reserves within its borders.
Uranium mining has become a lucrative business for some countries with major reserves of the material, such as Tanzania and Kazakhstan.
Maine has a special place in the gemstone history of the United States. The first commercial gemstone mine was started in Maine, and the state was also the first place where gemstones were a byproduct of mining an industrial mineral.
These stories and more are told below. The first commercial. b d / cox, d. / lead-zinc-silver deposits related to the white mountain plutonic series in new hampshire and maine,pb, 18 pages, 10 figs., $ 20 B C / Cameron, C. / SOME PEAT DEPOSITS IN WASHINGTON AND SOUTHEAST AROOSTOOK COUNTIES, MAINE,pb, 38 pages, 6 figs., 3 tables, $ 8.
Alder Pond Massive Sulfide Deposit Maine Geological Survey Introduction In the northwestern Maine woods, underlying an area in Lower Enchanted Township, lies a metal ore deposit that one day, along with several other known ore deposits (Bald Mtn.
and Mt. Author: Craig D Neil. Aroostook has 88 identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Aroostook mines are Manganese, Iron, and the time these mines were surveyed, 45 mines in Aroostook were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
1 Aroostook has 39 prospect mines. 2 4 mines were. T he M ining and mineral processing industry is important to the Canadian economy and in contributed $ billion, or percent, to the Gross Domestic Product and employed approximatelyCanadians (Minerals and Metals Sector, Natural Resources Canada).
However, over the past decade, Canada’s base metal reserves have declined by more than 25 percent, and significant new. Coastal Maine belt *Harborside (or Callahan Mine) - MT of massive sulfide ore mined inaveraging % zinc, % copper, % lead, and oz/ton silver. Mine closed in according to existing laws and current best practices.
Now listed as Superfund site, with State of Maine as one of the responsible parties. Hancock has identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in Hancock mines are Silver, Copper, and the time these mines were surveyed, 27 mines in Hancock were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
1 Hancock has prospect mines. 2 mines were in. His home, the Neal S. Dow house built inwas used as a stop for slaves on the “Maine Underground Railway” and is located at Congress Street in Portland.
The historic building is now the home of the Maine Women's Christian Temperance Union.” ― Captain Hank Bracker, Salty & Saucy Maine: Sea Stories from Castine. This ore lays directly on the Vanport limestone, which in its self is ferriferous.
The Buhrstone ore may contain nodules of chert in some localities. The ore may be a carbonate, siderite, limonite, or hematite. This ore was the chief source used to produce the iron once made in the region.
Garnet is associated with some wollastonite deposits, including one at Willsboro, New York. In the same area of the state, a large-scale hard-rock garnet mine is in operation.
Elsewhere in the United States, although there are hard-rock garnet deposits in Maine and Nevada, the most important commercially are placer deposits in Idaho. Analysis of gold-bearing erratics in Maine resulted in the discovery of gold ore deposits in Quebec.
I have found occasional erratic boulders in North Dakota containing traces of gold. Such erratics were probably transported to North Dakota from the metal mining districts of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, about miles to the north.