Ore Deposits by Location
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Roger Weller, geology instructor

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last edited:  12/20/15


Arizona mineral locations


references

 

Colorado

            Colorado Mineral Belt

*Tweto, O., and Sims, P.K., 1963, Precambrian ancestry of the Colorado mineral belt: GSA Bull., v.74, p..991-1014. 

Illinois

Fluorite

*Heyl, A.V., and Brock, M.R., 1961, Structural framework of the Illinois-Kentucky mining district and its relation to mineral deposits, in- Short papers in the geologic and hydrologic sciences: USGS Prof. Paper 424-D, p. D-3-D6.

*Weller, J.M., Grogan, R.M., and Tippie, F.E., 1952, Geology of the fluorspar district of Illinois: Illinois State Geology Survey Bull. 76, 147 p. 

Kentucky

Barite Deposits

*Fohs, F.J., 1913, Barite deposits of Kentucky: Kentucky Geol. survey, ser.4, v.1, pt.1, p. 441-588. 

Central Kentucky mineral district

*Jolly, J.L., and Heyl, A.V., 1964, Mineral paragenesis and zoning in the central Kentucky mineral district: Econ. Geology, v.59, p. 596-624.

*McFarland, A.C., and Robinson, L.C., 1939, Structure of the central Kentucky vein district, in- Bastin, E.S., ed., Contributions to a knowledge of the lead and zinc deposits of the Mississippi Valley region: GSA Special Paper no.24, p. 65-67.

*Robinson, L.C., 1931, The vein deposits of central Kentucky: Kentucky Geol. Survey, ser.6, v.41, 127 p. 

Fluorite Deposits

*Bastin, E.S., 1931, The fluorspar deposits of Hardin and Pope Counties, Ill.: Illinois State Geol. Survey Bull. 58, 116 p.

*Currier, L.W., 1923, Fluorspar deposits of Kentucky: Kentucky Geol. Survey, ser.6, v.13, 198 p.

*Hardin, G.C., Jr., 1955, Babb fault system, Crittenden and Livingston Counties, in- Williams, J.S., and others, Fluoprspar deposits in western Kentucky, Part 1: USGS Survey Bull. 612-B, p. 7-37.

*Heyl, A.V., and Brock, M.R., 1961, Structural framework of the Illinois-Kentucky mining district and its relation to mineral deposits, in- Short papers in the geologic and hydrologic sciences: USGS Prof. Paper 424-D, p. D-3-D6.

*Earl, K.M., 1959, John Burdette barite-fluorite deposits, Garrard County, Kentucky: US Bur. Mines Rept. Inv. 5480, 14 p.

*Trace, R.D., 1954, Mineral Ridge area, Livingston and Crittenden Counties, in- Williams, J.S., and others, Fluorspar deposits in western Kentucky, part 2: USGS Bull. 1912-D, p. 59-79.

*Weller, S., and Sutton, A.H., 1951, Geologic map of the western Kentucky fluorspar district: USGS Min. Inv. Field Studies, Map MF-2.

*Williams, J.S., and Duncan, H., 1955, Introduction, in- Williams, J.S., and others, fluorspar deposits in western Kentucky, Pasrt I: USGS Bull. 10123-A, p.1-6. 

K.T. Dome

*Beck, W.A., 1949, Investigation of the K.T. Dome zinc-lead mine, Owen and Henry Counties, KY: US Bureau Mines Rept. Inv. 4575, 10 p.

Maryland

Gold Deposits

*Weed, W.H., 1905, Notes on the gold veins near Great Falls, Maryland, USGS Bull. 260, p.128-131. 

Iron Ore Deposits

*Singewald, J.T., Jr., 1911, Report on the iron ores of Maryland with an account of the iron industry: Maryland Geol. Survey, v.9, pt. 3, p.121-327. 

Nevada 

Lander County

*Stewart, J.H., and Mc Kee, E.H., 1977, Geology and mineral deposits of Lander County, Nevada, with a section on mineral deposits by Harold K. Stager: Nevada Bur. of Mines and Geology Bulletin 88, 106 p. 

Ohio

Serpent Mound

*Heyl, A.V., Jr., 1962, Zinc occurrences in the Serpent Mound structure of southern, Ohio: Art. 148, SUGS Prof. Paper 450-D, p. D95-D97. 
 

Tennessee 

Mascot-Jefferson City zinc district

*Oder, C.R.L., and Miller, H.W., 1948, Stratigraphy of the Mascot-Jefferson City zinc district: AIME Trans., v.178, p. 223-231. 

Ore Deposits of Tennessee

*Jewell, W.B., 1947, Barite, fluorite, galena, sphalerite veins of middle Tennessee: Tennessee Div. Geol. Bull. 51, 112 p. 

Texas 

Gold Deposits

*Evans, T.J., 1975, Gold and silver in Texas: Bureau of Econ. Geol-Texas, Min. Res. Circ. No.56, 36 p. 

Van Horn area

*King, P.B., and Flawn, P.T., 1953, Geology and mineral deposits of Pre-Cambrian rocks of the Van Horn area, Texas: Univ. Texas pub. 5301, 218 p. (copper and talc) 

Utah  

Tintic

*Hannah, J.L., Stein, H.J., and Snee, L.W., 1995, Examining the caldera-ore deposit connection; hydrothermal activity resurgence of the Tintic Caldera, Utah (abstr.): Abstracts with Prog. GSA, in- GSA, 1995 annual meeting, v.27, p.327. 
 

Virginia 

Shenandoah Valley

*Herbert, Paul, Jr., and Young, R.S., 1956, Sulfide mineralization in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia: Virginia div. Geology Bull. 70, 58 p. 

Washington, D.C. area

*Ulke, T., 1939, Gold mining, past and present, near Washington, D.C. with map showing locations of the operating and abandoned mines: Rocks and minerals, v.14, n.10, p. 299-305.

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