3 edition of Fluorspar deposits of New Mexico found in the catalog.
Fluorspar deposits of New Mexico
Frank E. Williams
1966 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 142-143.
|Statement||by Frank E. Williams.|
|Series||[United States] Bureau of Mines. Information circular ;, 8307, Information circular (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8307.|
|LC Classifications||TN295 .U4 no. 8307|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 143 p.|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||67060318|
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Fluorspar deposits of New Mexico. [Washington] U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Govt. Print. Off., ] (OCoLC) Online version: Williams, Frank E. Fluorspar deposits of New Mexico.
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Get this from a library. Fluorspar deposits of Burro mountains and vicinity, New Mexico: a brief description of the regional geology and the fluorspar deposits. [Elliot. Fluorite (also called fluorspar) is the mineral form of calcium fluoride, CaF belongs to the halide crystallizes in isometric cubic habit, although octahedral and more complex isometric forms are not uncommon.
The Mohs scale of mineral hardness, based on Fluorspar deposits of New Mexico book hardness comparison, defines value 4 as Fluorite. Pure fluorite is transparent, both in visible Category: Halide mineral. Fluorspar deposits of Burro Mountains and vicinity, New Mexico: USGS Bulletin F [Gillerman, Elliot] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Fluorspar deposits of Burro Mountains and vicinity, New Mexico: USGS Bulletin FAuthor: Elliot Gillerman. Several important uranium deposits associated with fluorspar and beryllium are located in parts of Thomas Range area. the mineralization is found in dolomites and dolomitic limestones of Paleozoic age and sandstones, tuffs, and rhyolites belonging to the Tertiary Spor Mountain and Topaz Mountain Formations.
The Fluorspar deposits of New Mexico book Cuevas Fluorspar Mine is in San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Production output of the Las Cuevas Fluorspar Mine was considered to be large size.
Mine operations consist of underground workings. There is one known shaft. Subsurface depth reaches a maximum of. Fluorspar reserves have been delineated in many countries around the globe, but the most important locations are South Africa (17 percent), Mexico ( percent), China (10 percent), Mongolia ( I recently had the opportunity to visit an abandoned fluorspar (or fluorite) mine in New Mexico.
The Bonita Mine is located in the Zuni Mountains, about hours west of Albuquerque. This area has been home to both extensive logging activity, as well as mining of both copper deposits and the aforementioned fluorspar. Although occurrences of fluorspar are known at more than different places scattered over 13 counties in New Mexico, and small-scale mining has been done on 91 deposits in 11 counties in the state, the aggregate total mine production of fluorspar in New Mexico since the early s is approximatelytons of all grades.
fluorspar deposits of this Fluorspar deposits of New Mexico book district, the study having been undertaken in connection with the investigation of the lead and zinc deposits of the Mississippi Valley region. The area coverecUis at present the most important producer of fluorspar in the Tinned States.
Very respectfully, C. HAYES,Cited by: Fluorspar deposits of Burro Mountains and vicinity, New Mexico Bulletin F By: Elliot Gillerman. The miners called it 'just spar': Author Herb Russell discusses his new book on fluorspar mining in Q&A The Hardin County conference takes place among horizontal fluorspar deposits so thick.
Fluorspar deposits of Burro Mountains and vicinity, New Mexico: a brief description of the regional geology and the fluorspar deposits / by Elliot Gillerman.
Format Online Resource Book Published [Washington, D.C.]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, We are offering FLUORSPAR DEPOSITS OF BURRO MOUNTAINS AND VICINITY NEW MEXICO By Elliot Gillerman.
Contributions to General Geology, Geological Survey Bulletin, F; United States Government Printing Office. Washington. This bulletin is soft-bound in gray wrappers with black printing. The covers show some soiling, foxing and Seller Rating: % positive. Gila Fluorspar Mining District, Grant Co., New Mexico, USA.
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Fluorite Ridge District, Luna Co., New Mexico, USA: A fluorspar occurrences/mines. This district is not listed in the USGS MRDS database. Mineralization is epithermal fluorite bearing veins. Lead mining deposit report for "Deposit #Usgs" (#USGS) in Chihuahua, Mexico. Johnston () in his study of the fluorspar deposits of New Mexico mentioned the Burro Chief deposit and numerous small veins "found on the Young Bounds ranch" south of the Burro Mountains.
Roth- rock () in his comprehensive study of New Mexico fluorspar deposits briefly described the Burro Chief, Shrine, Spar Hill, PineCited by: 1. Fluorspar deposits of Burro Mountains and vicinity, New Mexico: a brief description of the regional geology and the fluorspar deposits / by: Gillerman, Elliot,Published: () Fluorspar prospects of Montana / by: Ross, Clyde P.
Published: (). Reference: WILLIAMS F E,FLUORSPAR DEPOSITS OF NEW MEXICO. Reference Category: Deposit. Reference: USGS WATER SUPPLY PAPER Reference Category: Deposit. Reference: NORTHERN PART OF THE WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE. The fluorspar deposits occur within the mid-Cretaceous Buda Limestone, which is intruded by the rhyolite, and weakly extend into the rhyolite as well (Fig.
Cyprus Beryllium Corporation, sole operator of the property, lists reserves and resources oftons of ore averaging wt% BeO (25 million pounds BeO; H. Harlan, written comm. Over a million tons of fluorspar have been produced from the northern half of the State of Coahulia within the last 15 yr. Much of this production was obtained from manto-type deposits and although the relative importance of these deposits is decreasing, they still constitute a considerable reserve of by: 9.
mineral. Residual deposits derived from weathering of limestones and dolomites have been found, notably in the Southern states, but no deposits of this type were seen in New Mexico during this investigation.
New Mexico barite occurs in all three major rock types, igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary, but chiefly in limestone host rocks. Nearly 40 percent of the more than fluorspar mines, prospects, and occurrences in New Mexico occur within or along the margins of the Rio Grande rift system. Numerous deposits occur within or marginal to the zone in Sierra, Luna and Grant counties, and there are several occurrences in Dona Ana and Socorro counties.
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The Las Cuevas fluorite deposit, which is one of the largest high-grade fluorite deposits known, is located in the Zaragoza-Rio Verde fluorite district of central by: World fluorspar resources, market and deposit examples control or at least strongly influence fluorspar prices.
It is followed by Mexico ( tonnes), Mongolia ( tonnes), South Africa ( tonnes), New fluorspar deposits are now being promoted. Since the summer ofeconomic growth in File Size: 2MB. It is estimated that unless China finds new reserves of fluorspar, at their current rate of extraction, they would run out of domestic supply within 7 years.
In Mexico, the world's second largest fluorspar producer accounting for % of global supply, companies are developing new fluorspar mining concessions. fluorspar (flo͞o′ər-spär′, flo͝or′spär′) n. See fluorite. fluorspar (ˈflʊəˌspɑː) or fluor n (Minerals) a white or colourless mineral sometimes fluorescent and often tinted by impurities, found in veins and as deposits from hot gases.
It is used in the manufacture of glass, enamel, and jewellery, and is the chief ore of fluorine. A New Classification Scheme of Fluorite Deposits Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Geosciences 08(04) January with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. In world fluorspar production was million t.
China, at million t, is the largest fluorspar producing country (and strongly influence fluorspar prices. It is followed by Mexico ( t), Mongolia ( t), South Africa ( t), Russia ( t), Spain ( t), Namibia ( t) and Morocco (95 t).
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Other deposits, such as the Mex- Tex deposits in New Mexico and the fluorspar depo- sits of Northern Coahuila, Mexico, occur in virtually undolomitized limestone. It is therefore unlikely that dolomitization of limestone host rock has been a major factor in the deposition of fluorite in any of these fluorspar deposits.
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PDF | OnJordi Tritlla and others published The Taxco fluorite deposit (Mexico): a new pseudo-chromatographic mechanism for rhythmite formation | .Fluorite deposits occur in a variety of geologic environments throughout the globe.
It may occur as the main or download pdf economically recoverable ore mineral in deposits or may present as the accessory gangue minerals with other ores. It is therefore necessary to understand various genetic types of the fluorite deposit. The present paper synthesises the information of some of Cited by: 3.Geology -- Ebook Mexico.
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