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Deposits of the useful minerals & rocks

their origin, form, and content

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        Paginationxvi, 95 p. :
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Skarns can form in any kind of rock, but most are associated with limestone or dolostone. 24 Native gold on quartz from the Sierra Nevada foothills.

Mining and Mineral Use

Ore occurs in hydrothermal quartz veins in association with Cu, Fe, Zn and bismuth. A booming mining industry led to the rapid growth of Johannesburg, a central town in frontier South Africa. Silver sometimes occurs in a wire-like or arborescent tree-like form Figure 9. Native platinum is much rarer than gold, silver, or copper. This mineral is mined in Virginia near the town of Amelia.

Mineral Deposits

81 Hydrothermal molybdenite, James St. These terranes consist a wealth of economic deposits and continue to be actively explored today.1963, Geochemistry and petrology of the alkali igneous complex at Magnet Cove, Arkansas: US Geological Survey Professional Paper 425, 99p. Thus, one system by itself may not be able to easily detect many minerals but combined radar and multispectral imagery allow a better understanding of the structural and surface elements.

A GIS-based data compilation of metallic minerals is available throughor can be viewed through the Washington Interactive Geologic Map. Fresh air and lights must also be brought into the tunnels for the miners, and accidents are far too common. The nature of the deposit depends on the temperature at which it has been deposited, and this has been dependent, in a general way, upon the depth.

The iron and alloys produced, once cooled, were much stronger and harder than bronze was.