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Contents: Introduction --General information --Principal iron-bearing materials --Principal iron ore deposits in the United States --Specifications and treatment of iron ores --Iron deposits in Montana --Classification of Montana iron deposits --Contact metamorphic iron. Deposits of iron ore near Stanford, Montana, (Contributions to economic geology F) [Lewis G Westgate] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Lewis G Westgate.
PRECAMBRIAN GEOLOGY AND BEDDED IRON DEPOSITS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN RUBY RANGE, MONTANA By HAROLD L. JAMES ABSTRACT The Ruby Range is one of a series of uplifted blocks in southwestern Montana that are cored by Precambrian crystalline rocks, mostly of Archean age. These uplifted blocks owe their origin largely to moveAuthor: H.L.
James. deposits of northcentral Montana and might be of the same age and formed in a similar way. X Carter Creek Deposit The Carter Creek iron deposit is in secs 3, 9, T. 8 S., R. 7 W., in Beaverhead County. The deposit was recently found by Mr.
Womack of Dillon, Montana. '~he deposit is accessible by 11 miles of improved county road from DiLlon. The iron ores known as the Running Wolf hematite deposits are in Cascade and Fergus counties, in central Montana, on Running Wolf and Dry Wolf creeks, Iron deposits in Montana book miles southwest of Stanford, on the Great Scale FIGURE 8.
Map of a part of north-central Montana showing the location of tho hematite deposits. Buy Iron deposits in Montana (Information circular) by De Munck, Victor C (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Victor C De Munck. The purpose of this paper is to introduce to the reader, an iron deposit in the Princeton district, about 19 miles northeast by highway from Philipsburg, Montana.
Heretofore there has been no written literature on this deposit. It is also intended to investigate the economic possibilities of iron ore in general in the State of Montana.
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JACKSON-COFFEEVILLE-GROVE HILL, area deposits in the Tallahatta formation (worked by prehistoric Indians) ⎯agate (Alabama Blue moss), silicified wood. WALKER SPRINGS, SE 3 mi., near summit of a flat-topped hill, a bed⎯dark yellow ocher. CLAY COUNTY AREA: c pegmatite outcrops in the mica schists, as large platy books found in loose.
Iron Mines In Montana Total Prospects Occurrences Plants Producers. Beaverhead 27 12 7 - 8 Broadwater 3 - - - 3 Cascade 17 4 6 - 7 Chouteau 2 1 - - 1 Deer Lodge 1 - - - 1 Fergus 12 2 6 - 4 Flathead 4 - 3 - 1 Gallatin 3 2 1 - - Garfield 1 - 1 - - Glacier 24 - 24 - - Granite 26 - 5 - 21 Jefferson 38 11 10 - 17 Judith Basin 14 4 4 - 6 Lewis and.
Precambrian geology and bedded iron deposits of the southwestern Ruby Range, Montana. [H L James] # Iron ores--Montana--Ruby Range\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema: # For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section.
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Precambrian Geology and Bedded Iron Deposits of the Southwestern Ruby Range, Montana, with a Section on the Kelly Iron Deposit of the Northeastern Rub by. High grade ore has been mined from three areas: Northern Iron Knob area that includes Iron Knob, Iron Monarch and Iron Princess deposits, Central Iron Baron area comprising the Iron Baron, Iron Prince, Iron Queen and Iron Cavalier deposits and the South Middleback Ranges which includes the Iron Duke, Iron Duchess, Iron Knight and Iron Chieftain deposits (see Figure 1).
Iron Duke, Iron Magnet. Iron oxide copper gold ore deposits are important and highly valuable concentrations of copper, gold and uranium ores hosted within iron oxide dominant gangue assemblages which share a common genetic origin.
These ore bodies range from around 10 million tonnes of contained ore, to 4, million tonnes or more, and have a grade of between % and 5% copper, with gold contents ranging from. The item Bedded Precambrian iron deposits of the Tobacco Root Mountains, southwestern Montana, by Harold L.
James Bedded Precambrian iron deposits of the Tobacco Root Mountains, southwestern Montana, by Harold L. James. Northwestern Montana (formerly “lower Wallace”): cycles of basal white quartzite or intraclast beds overlain by couplets of green siltite and argillite, capped by dolomite beds.
Calcite pods and ribbons (molar tooth structure) common. West-central Montana: gray to dark gray limestone and dolomitic limestone with siltite partings. Geologic map of the Iron Mountain district, Washington County, Idaho. Geologic and magnetic contour map of the Campbell magnetite deposit.
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[H L James; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Geology: Bog iron is currently forming a deposit about 50 feet in diameter, up to 8 feet thick, composed of limonite and probably other hydrous iron minerals (Berg and Cobb, ).
The highest tenor reported is % Fe. Workings: Surface sampling is all that has been done here (Berg and Cobb, ). The highest tenor reported is % Fe.
Iron mining deposit report for "Deposit #Usgs" (#USGS) in Madison County, Montana. Alphabetical list of iron deposits in the United States, including Alaska and Puerto Rico._____ CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC GEOLOGY Kentucky Kansas Montana Maryland Louisiana Nevada Mississippi Missouri New Mexico North Carolina.
Iron Deposit is a mining vein that can be found in level zones. Requires Mining (). In the Mining Nodes category. An object from Classic World of Warcraft. PerMontana Code Annotated, new brands must be distinguishable with reasonable certainty from all existing marks and brands.
With o recorded brands in Montana, this can be a challenging process. Montana is also very well known for its Native Copper deposits, was included in the gold rush days when gold was discovered inand has produce lots of silver, zinc manganese and coal.
Bannack, Virginia City, and Marysville were predominantly gold; Philipsburg was predominantly silver and manganese; and Butte was predominantly copper.During when Finland was a Grand Duchy within the Russian Empire, exploration was reorganized and strengthened.
New, generally small iron deposits were discovered to supply iron works. Deposits found in the Pitkäranta area were mined for copper, tin, zinc, and iron. The Geological Survey of Finland was established in Book, Print in English Precambrian geology and bedded iron deposits of the southwestern Ruby Range, Montana by Harold L.
James. [Reston, Va.?]: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, iv, 39 pages.