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Mineral Industry of Alaska in 1933

United States Geological Survey

Mineral Industry of Alaska in 1933

Mineral Resources of Alaska, 1933 (Pages 1-94).

by United States Geological Survey

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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 864A
ContributionsSmith, Philip S.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21732650M

John Beaver Mertie Jr. (–) was a geologist for the USGS and a professor at Johns Hopkins spent 30 years mapping Alaska in the early s, so much so that a mountain range was named in his honour in the Mertie Mountains located in the Yukon–Charley Rivers National mountains extend kilometres ( mi) by kilometres ( mi), from the Tanana. The most common minerals on earth Information for Educators Mindat Articles The Elements Books Mineral industry of Alaska in , in Smith, P.S., and others Mineral resources of Alaska, report on progress of investigations in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin A, p. Smith, P.S., , Mineral industry of Alaska in U.S.

Gold King Creek Mine, Bonnifield Mining District, Denali Borough, Alaska, USA: Location: The Gold King Creek mine is mostly in sec. 6, T. 10 S., R. 2 W., Fairbanks Meridian. Gold King Creek is a north-flowing tributary of the Wood River. The mine is localit 81, and 82 of. MINERAL INDUSTRY OF ALASKA IN BY PHILIP S. SMITH Mineral resources of Alaska, (Pages ) UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, B.C. Price 10 cents.

Geological Survey published reports on Alaska, , indexed by quadrangle By Edward H. Cobb Introduction Geological Survey reports published as Professional Papers, Bulle-. Comment Type: Exploration: Comment: Status = Active? Comment Type: Production: Comment: Production Notes = The estimated production from Little Creek from through is 47, ounces of gold and 8, ounces of silver (Bundtzen and others, ). Comment Type: Geology: Comment: Age = Quaternary. The sources of the gold in Little Creek are probably the Cretaceous or Tertiary .


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War Department, 1930. Communication from the President of the United States transmitting supplemental estimates of appropriation for the War Department for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1930, amounting to $695,757.

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Geological Survey Bulletinp. Publication Products Report Information. The Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys compiles summaries of mineral activity and publishes an annual report of mineral activity, in accordance with Alaska Statue The reported value of Alaska's mineral industry in totaled $ billion, a decrease of percent from Inthe industry spent an estimated $ million on mine construction and other capital investments.

Minerals are Alaska’s second-largest export commodity. Mineral exports accounted for 36% of the state’s export total inwith a value of $ billion, consisting primarily of zinc and lead from the Red Dog Mine.

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Smith, et al., eds., Mineral Resources of Alaska: Report on Progress of Investigation inUSGS Bulletin No. For most of its length Canyon Creek occupies a narrow canyon in a U-shaped valley. The canyon ranges in depth from to feet for more than 8 miles, extending from just below Mills Creek to its confluence with Sixmile Creek.

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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. The metallic minerals, in order of abundance, are arsenopyrite, pyrite, galena, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, and free gold. Arsenopyrite is by far the most abundant sulfide. The proportion of sulfide to quartz varies greatly from place to place, ranging from less than 1 percent to more than 20 percent (Tuck, ).

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Gold was mined from the Ready Bullion group of claims in andfrom toand in (Cobb, [OFRp. ]). The ore occurs in several veins and shear zones in .Mineral deposit model: Placer Au (Cox and Singer, ; model 39a) Mineral deposit model number: 39a: Age of mineralization: Quaternary.

The sources of the gold in Little Creek are probably the Cretaceous or Tertiary rhyolite dikes, possibly along with some contribution from the monzonite plutons (Bundtzen and others, ).Alaska - Alaska - Economy: The Alaskan economy is conditioned strongly by the state’s continuing status as a frontier.

While the high costs of labour and transportation and complicated environmental and land-use constraints still tend to discourage outside investment, major improvements in infrastructure have lowered the costs of economic transformation significantly.