Mineral investigations in the Alaska Railroad belt, 1931

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Mines and mineral resources -- Alaska., Geology -- Alaska., Gold mines and mining -- Alaska., Gold ores -- Al
Statementby S. R. Capps.
SeriesGeological Survey bulletin -- 844-B, Mineral resources of Alaska
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MINERAL INVESTIGATIONS IN THE ALASKA RAILROAD BELT, BY S. CAPPS Mineral resources of Alaska, (Pages ) UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING-OFFICE WASHINGTON: For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.

Author: S.R. Capps. Investigations in Alaska railroad belt, Mineral deposits near the west fork of the Chulitna River, Alaska (OCoLC) Online version: Wells, Francis G. (Francis Gerritt), Investigations in Alaska railroad belt, Lode deposits of Eureka and vicinity, Kantishna district, Alaska (OCoLC) Online version.

Chapter E: Investigations in Alaska Railroad belt, Mineral deposits near the West Fork of the Chulitna River, Alaska; Chapter F: Investigations in Alaska Railroad belt, Lode deposits of Eureka and vicinity, Kantishna district, Alaska.

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RICHARDS and GERALD A. WARING Investigations in Alaska Railroad belt, (Pages ) UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: For aale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C.

Price 5 cent*Author: Ralph Webster Richards, Gerald Ashley Waring. Get this from a library. Investigations in Alaska railroad belt, Mineral deposits near the west fork of the Chulitna River, Alaska.

[Clyde P Ross; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. INVESTIGATIONS IN ALASKA RAILROAD BELT, GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN Washington, DC: Government Printing Office/GPO, First Edition. Hardcover. Item # When the Alaska Railroad undertook intensive consideration of the problem of finding tonnage that would increase its revenues, it looked to the Geological Survey to supply technical information as to the known mineral.

Investigations in Alaska railroad belt, Lode deposits of the Fairbanks district, Alaska / by James M. Hill. Format Online Resource Book Published [Washington, D.C.]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Get this from a library. Investigations in Alaska railroad belt, The Valdez Creek mining district, Alaska.

[Clyde P Ross; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Get this from a library. Investigations in Alaska railroad belt, Lode deposits of Eureka and vicinity, Kantishna district, Alaska. [Francis G Wells; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Investigations in Alaska Railroad belt, The Willow Creek gold-lode district, Alaska Bulletin C.

VI INVESTIGATIONS IN ALASKA RAILROAD BELT, limitations it should be evident that the projects that could be recom­ mended as worth undertaking with the funds available by no means exhausted the mineral investigations that otherwise would be well justified.

In a large sense, all of Alaska may properly be regarded as. Author of The underground waters of north-central Indiana, The Ellamar district, Alaska, Geology of the upper Matanuska valley, Alaska, The southern Alaska range, An ancient volcanic eruption in the upper Yukon basin, Mineral investigations in the Alaska Railroad belt,The Willow Creek district, Alaska, The Kantishna region, Alaska.

Mineral industry of Alaska in and administrative report. Mineral investigations in the Alaska Railroad belt, Suslota Pass district, upper Copper River region, Alaska. Mineral deposits of the Rampart and Hot Springs districts.

Placer concentrates of the Rampart and Hot Springs districts. Reconnaissance of the northern Koyukuk Valley. THE ALASKA RAILROAD IN PICTURES by Prince, Bernadine Lemay and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at INVESTIGATIONS IN ALASKA RAILROAD BELT, FOREWORD By PHILIP S.

SMITH To help the mining industry of Alaska and to assist in the develop­ ment of the mineral resources of the Territory have been the prime motives of the Geological Survey's investigations in Alaska during.

Mineral Investigations in the Alaska Railroad Belt,by S.R. Capps, United States Department of the Interior Back The information on this page was last updated 12/4/ MINERAL DEPOSITS NEAR THE WEST FORK OF THE CHULITNA RIVER ALASKA BY CLYDE P.

ROSS Investigations in Alaska Railroad belt, (Pages ) UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON: For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D.C. Price 15 cents. B F / Wells, F. / LODE DEPOSITS OF EUREKA AND VICINITY, KANTISHNA DISTRICT, ALASKA,pb or afb, pages -with a forward on the “Investigations in the Alaska Railroad Belt, ,” 5 plates (one in pocket), 2 figs., $ Mineral resources of Alaska, report on progress of investigations in Mineral deposits of the Rampart and Hot Springs districts, Alaska.

Placer concentrates of the Rampart and Hot Springs districts, Alaska: Series title: Bulletin: Series number: Chapter: D: DOI: /bD: Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description. Mines and mineral resources -- Alaska.

Mines and mineral resources. Ore deposits -- Alaska. Ore deposits. Source. Investigations in Alaska Railroad Belt, ; pp.

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Language English; Item Type Report; Identifier Unique identifying numbers for this report in the Digital Library or other systems. Mineral resources of Alaska, report on progress of investigations in Mineral industry of Alaska in and administrative report: Series title: Bulletin: Series number: Chapter: A: DOI: /bA: Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: p.

Google Analytic Metrics: Metrics page. The cooperation and assistance of Dr. P.D. Rao and Jane E. Smith of the University of Alaska Mineral Industry Research Laboratory in performing the coal analyses are gratefully acknowledged.

Mineral investigations in the Alaska Railroad belt, In: P.S. Smith et al., (Editors), Mineral Resources of Alaska, Report on Progress of.

INVE8TIGA!TIONiS IN ALA8KA RAILROAD BELT, To help the mining industry of Alaska md to kt in the develop- ment of the mineral mums of tha Territmy have been the prime 'motim8 of the CfeolQgical Survey'8 ~v~stige&ns in daaks duriag the past 35 yew, in which nearly one half af the Territory hes been covered by its reconnaissance and exploratory smeys.

mw.~~~GLITIoNs IN THE ALASKA mmom BELT, Early h an appmpsation wm mde by the United Ststee Cmgrm to tbe Ahka Raiboltd for the purpme of G- out m in&mwim dudy of the mineral reaourcea of the ms tributargr to the railrod, with ~pecial attention to auch mineral deposite ae were likely F.

' to yield revenue tonnage to it. One of the major objects of thh. An unnumbered series published by U.S. Bureau of Mines. Some of these reports have not been published and do not necessarily meet the editorial standards of the former U.S.

Bureau of Mines. #B Capps S.

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MINERAL INVESTIGATIONS IN THE ALASKA RAILROAD BELT USGS Bull. #B title wraps, short tear, crease to lower margin of title page, else some wear, contents vg 16 pp.,1 plt.

Price: $ (stock#USGSBB). THE CHULITNA-YENTNA MINERAL BELT A3 in the placer concentrates. The Upper Chulitna district was reexamined and mapped in by Ross (); Ralph Tuck followed developments near the Alaska Railroad belt for several years and made a reconnais. Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more.

Anytime, anywhere, across your devices. In addition, the manuscript: Geology of the Alaska Railroad Region, had been submitted for Survey publication.

With completion of these landmark investigations, Steve felt, somewhat reluctantly, that he could leave the Branch of Alaskan Geology after nearly 30 years of studying Alaska's geology and mineral resources. Knopf, Adolph,The mineral deposits of the Lost River and Brooks Mountain region, Seward Peninsula, Alaska, in U.S.

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Investigations in Alaska railroad belt,Mineral deposits near the west fork of the Chulitna River, Alaska Investigations in Alaska railroad belt,Progress of surveys in the Anthracite Ridge district, Alaska.Mineral industry of Alaska in ; Chapter B: Mineral resources of Alaska, report on progress of investigations in Geology of the upper Tetling River district, Alaska; Chapter C: Past lode-gold production from Alaska.Canyon Creek Mine (including Mills Creek below Juneau Creek), Hope Mining District, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska, USA: Location: This record is a summary description of several gold placer mines along Canyon Creek and the section of Mills Creek below Juneau Creek.

All of Canyon Creek and the lower section of Mills.