2 edition of Geology of the central Copper River region. found in the catalog.
Geology of the central Copper River region.
Walter Curran Mendenhall
|Series||United States Geological Survey : Professional Paper -- no.41, United States Geological Survey -- no.41.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||133|
Occurs in valleys of Dadina and Chetaslina Rivers, tributaries of Copper River, southern AK. Shown on geologic map of central Copper River region. Northernmost exposure is along south side of tributary of Dadina that drains from flanks of Snider Peak where coarse quartz-biotite schist of unit has estimated height of ft above stream level. The large, highly glacierized Copper River basin is an important water resource for the south‐central region of Alaska. Thus, information is needed on the reaction of its hydrologic timing and streamflow volumes to historical changes in climate, in order to assess the possible impact of future by: 1.
Maps on topographic or planimetric bases; various scales; show results of surveys using geophysical techniques, such as gravity, magnetic, seismic, or radioactivity, which reflect subsurface structures that are of economic or geologic significance. Nonetheless, records show that they mined iron ore on the Kenai Peninsula in and located gold there in In addition, the Russians were aware of copper-rich occurrences in the Copper River basin. The mining industry grew rapidly in Alaska after the United States purchased the region from Russia in
The presence of volcanoes in a region is often a good indicator of the presence of copper because that is where basalt cavities are in abundance near the sedimentary layer of the Earth. Copper and Its Modern Applications. Copper is a mineral by definition because it is a native element on Earth. Copper is sometimes found as the free element and is present in many minerals. Important deposits are located in Canada, Chile, Germany, Italy, Peru, U.S.A., Zambia, and Zaire. The most important copper ores are the oxides, sulphides, and carbonates. One major ore, chalcopyrite (copper pyrite), CuFeS 2 accounts for about 50% of all deposits.
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Excerpt from Geology of the Central Copper River Region, Alaska Map of the Chitina copper area -l A, Valley of Lime Creek, a tributary of Rock Creek; B, Wamer prospect and tunnel. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical : Walter C. Mendenhall. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mendenhall, Walter C. (Walter Curran), Geology of the Central Copper River region, Alaska. Geologic reconnaissance map of the central Copper River region, Alaska --Plate XIX.
Topographic reconnaissance map of the Central Copper River region, Alaska --Plate XX. Topographic reconnaissance map of headwater regions of Copper, Nabesna, and Chisana rivers, Alaska. Series Title: Professional paper (Geological Survey (U.S.)), no. You are here: Home > Library > Geology of the central Copper River region, Alaska GEOLOGY OF THE CENTRAL COPPER RIVER REGION, ALASKA Mendenhall, W.
C.,Geology of the central Copper River region, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper PPp., 1 plate, scale Geology of the central Copper River region, Alaska (NGMDB) Metadata Updated: Octo This record is maintained in the National Geologic Map Database (NGMDB).
The NGMDB is a Congressionally mandated national archive of geoscience maps, reports, and stratigraphic information, developed according to standards defined by the.
adshelp[at] The ADS is operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory under NASA Cooperative Agreement NNX16AC86A. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages The Geology And Mineral Resources Of A Portion Of The Copper River District, Alaska: Frank Charles Schrader, Arthur Coe Spencer: : Books.
Located in the Late Triassic Galore Creek alkalic Cu-Au porphyry district in northwestern British Columbia, the Central Zone deposit represents the end-member of the silica-undersaturated class of alkalic porphyry systems.
The deposit is hosted by volcano-sedimentary rocks of the Middle to Upper Triassic Stuhini Group that were intruded by a syenite-monzonite complex. Copper River is the sixth book in a series featuring Cork O'Connor, sheriff of Tamarack County, Wisconsin.
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PP The geology of the central Copper River region, Alaska, by W. Mendenhall. pp., 20 pis. B Report of progress in the geological resurvey of the Cripple Creek district, Colorado, by Waldemar Lindgren and F.
Ransome. 36 pp. B The fluorspar deposits of southern Illinois, by H. Foster Bain. Cited by: 8. pp / wahrhaftig, c. and black, r. / quaternary and engineering geology in the central part of the alaska range, a. quarternary geology of the nenana river valley and adjacent parts of the alaska range, b.
engineering geology along part of the alaska railroad,pb, pages, 10 plates (in pocket), 58 figs., 8 tables, $ Spencer, Arthur Coe Geology and mineral resources of a portion of the Copper River district, Alaska Call number QEU53Z QEU53Z Type Books Physical description 94 p. illus. plates. maps.
30 cm Place Alaska Copper River Region, Alaska Smithsonian Libraries Topic Geology Mines and mineral resources Record ID siris_sil_ The Tennessee Copper Company was bought by Citiservices in Tennessee Copper Company became the Tennessee Chemical Company in To the dismay of the people throughout the region, inplans were announced that the mines would be closed.
On Jmining ceased in the Copper Basin. General Information. Title: Geology of the central Copper River region, Alaska Author(s): Mendenhall, W.C. Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Professional Paper 41 Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: None North Latitude: 63° 21' 0" N () South Latitude: 61° 35' 0" N () East Longitude: ° 0'.
Geologic reconnaissance map of the region between the head waters of Susitna and Gulkana rivers_____ In pocket. III. Geologic reconnaissance map of a part of the central Copper River region _____ IV. A, Landslide on northern tributary of Eureka Creek; B, ConCited by: 6. Geology of the Chandler River region, Alaska.
Exploration of Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4 and adjacent areas, northern Alaska, Part 3, Areal geology. This map and associated digital databases are the result of compilation and interpretation of published and unpublished ,scale and limitedto ,scale maps.
Covering the entire state of Alaska, it reflects more than a century of work by a host of geologists and almost two decades of compilation work. There are two versions of the map: a detailed. Geology of the central Copper River region, Alaska,Professional Paper 41 The Triassic cephalopod genera of America, PP / Wahrhaftig, C.
and Black, R. / QUATERNARY AND ENGINEERING GEOLOGY IN THE CENTRAL PART OF THE ALASKA RANGE, A. Quarternary Geology of the Nenana River Valley and adjacent parts of the Alaska Range, B.
Engineering Geology along part of the Alaska Railroad,pb, pages, 10 plates (in pocket), 58 figs., 8 tables, $ The Copper River or Ahtna River, Ahtna Athabascan ‘Atna’tuu, "river of the Ahtnas", Tlingit Eeḵhéeni, "river of copper", is a mile river in south-central Alaska in the United States.
It drains a large region of the Wrangell Mountains and Chugach Mountains into the Gulf of Alaska. It is known for its extensive delta ecosystem, as well as for its prolific runs of wild salmon, ⁃ coordinates: 62°10′39″N °49′05″W /.
Bulletin - United States Geological Survey, Issue AC The geology and mineral resources of a portion of the Copper River district, Appears in books from Page 85 - Placer mining in the Yukon-Tanana region, by CE Ellsworth.
In Bulletin, pp. Occurrence of wolframite and cassiterite in the gold placers.Copper is an excellent conductor of electricity. Most copper mined today is used to conduct electricity - mostly as wiring. It is also an excellent conductor of heat and is used in cooking utensils, heat sinks, and heat exchangers.
Large amounts are also used to make alloys such as brass (copper and zinc) and bronze (copper, tin, and zinc).Sediments and stratigraphic framework of the Copper River fan-delta, AlaskaCited by: