2 edition of Metallic mineral deposits of the Carolina slate belt, North Carolina found in the catalog.
Metallic mineral deposits of the Carolina slate belt, North Carolina
P. Albert Carpenter
by North Carolina Dept. of Natural and Economic Resources, Division of Resource Planning & Evaluation, Mineral Resources Section in Raleigh
Written in English
|Statement||by P. Albert Carpenter III.|
|Series||Bulletin - North Carolina Mineral Resources Section ; 84|
|LC Classifications||TN24.N8 C37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||77621886|
Carolina slate belt in the s led to the discovery of new de-posits and resources. Two deposits, the Haile and Ridgeway deposits of northern South Carolina, with total resources of 48 and 52 tonnes (t) Au, respectively, have recently been. The Russell Gold Deposit, Carolina Slate Belt, North Carolina. T. ERRY. L. K. LEIN, †. Metallic mineral deposits of the Carolina Slate belt. North Carolina Geological Survey: Raleigh. Digital Download from NCGS. Map Download from USGS. Bulletin Riggs, Stanley R., and O'Connor, Michael P. Geological bibliography of North Carolina's Coastal Plain, Coastal Zone, and continental shelf.
North Carolina was the nation's leading gold producer prior to the discoveries in California. Because of its geologic similarity to important metal mining districts in Canada, the Carolina Slate Belt has been an area of extensive exploration. Carolina Slate Belt - This belt consists of heated and deformed volcanic and sedimentary rocks. Gold deposits of the Carolina Slate Belt, southeastern United States--Age and origin of the major gold producers Gold- and iron sulfide-bearing deposits of the southeastern United States have distinctive mineralogical and geochemical features that provide a basis for constructing models of ore genesis for exploration and assessment of gold.
The Snow Camp-Saxapahaw study area, in the Carolina slate belt in the Southeastern United States, is notable for large zones of high-sulfidation alteration in arc-related metavolcanic rocks. The area has potential for additional significant pyrophyllite and related aluminosilicate refractory mineral deposits and may have potential for small- to medium-size gold deposits also associated with. North Carolina, , with an Analysis of Temporal Changes, USGS Scientific Investigations Report $ Metallic Mineral Deposits of the CAROLINA SLATE BELT, North Carolina: NCGS Bulletin PERMANENTLY OUT OF PRINTPetrography and Stratigraphy of the CAROLINA SLATE BELT - UNION COUNTY, NC: NCGS Special Publication.
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Metallic mineral deposits of the Carolina slate belt, North Carolina book Carolina. Raleigh: North Carolina Dept. of Natural and Economic Resources, Division of Resource Planning & Evaluation, Mineral Resources Section, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors.
Metallic mineral deposits of the Carolina slate belt, North Carolina by P. Albert Carpenter,North Carolina Dept. of Natural and Economic Resources, Division of Resource Planning & Evaluation, Mineral Resources Section edition, in EnglishPages: North Carolina.
Pyrophyllite and talc - Pyrophyllite is a high alumina mineral that, in North Carolina, occurs exclusively within hydrothermally altered felsic volcanic rocks of the Carolina Slate belt. The mineral was first mined commercially in North Carolina in and has been mined almost continuously since that : () This report is a compilation of information on the metal mines of the slate belt in North Carolina.
Many reports have been written describing the gold mines of the State but in none of these reports are the mines located in detail. No comprehensive report has been written since the work by Pardee and Park, and all of the older publications.
Fred Beyer, North Carolina, the Years before Man: A Geologic History (). Carpenter III, Metallic Mineral Deposits of the Carolina Slate Belt, North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development Bulletin no.
84 (). The Southeastern United States, in particular, the Carolina slate belt of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, has been an important region of mineral production (fig.
This region is thought to have major potential for containing large undiscovered deposits of gold and silver, as well as copper, lead, zinc, molybdenum, and. Metal mines and prospects of the Carolina slate belt, North Carolina, by P.
Albert Carpenter III, NC Geological Survey, Bulle Plate 1 () Companion map to the online publication "Metallic mineral deposits of the Carolina slate belt.". NORTHWEST OF MINERAL SPRINGS. (click for info) Geographic areas. Country State County; United States: North Carolina: Union: Comments on the location information Metallic: Deposit size: Medium: Significant: No: Discovery year METALLIC MINERAL DEPOSITS OF THE CAROLINA SLATE BELT, NORTH CAROLINA: NORTH.
Bulletin 03 Gold Deposits of North Carolina (REPRINT) Nitze, H.B.C. and Hanna, G.B. Gold Blue Ridge, Geology and Mineral Resources of Moore County, North Carolina w/geologic map, scaleConley, J.F. Metallic Mineral Deposits of the Carolina Slate Belt, North Carolina.
Carpenter, P.A, III. Metallic Mineral Deposits of the Carolina Slate Belt NCGS Bulletin 84 Metallic Mineral Deposits of the Carolina Slate Belt. Expand. North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. West Jones Street Raleigh, NC Map It Mailing Addresses.
Work for Us. ref:carpenter, p. a., iii,metallic mineral deposits of the carolina slate belt, north carolina: north carolina mineral resources sec. bull. 84, p. Reference: Carpenter III, P. Albert () Metallic Mineral Deposits of the Carolina Slate Belt, North Carolina: NCGS Bulletion 84 ⓘ Muscovite var.
Sericite Formula: KAl 2 (AlSi 3 O 10)(OH) 2. Modelers of the Carolina state belt (CSB) have come to view the province as a remnant of a late Precambrian-early Paleozoic island arc. Thus the metallogeny and tectonic setting of the stratabound massive sulfides, iron/manganese formations, and barite deposits, of the Au, W, and Cu veins, of disseminated Cu and Mo porphyry-like deposits, and of the kyanite-andalusite-pyrophyllite deposits.
The literature of ore deposits indicates that magnetite occurs in a large number of sulphide deposits as an epigenetic mineral. Tabulation of deposits or districts shows that the common sulphides, listed in order of number of occurrences, are: chalcopyrite, pyrite, pyrrhotite, sphalerite, galena, arsenopyrite, bornite, and chalcocite.
North Carolina has 1, identified mines listed in The Diggings™. The most commonly listed primary commodities in North Carolina mines are Gold, Iron, and the time these mines were surveyed, mines in North Carolina were observed to have ore mineralization in an outcrop, shallow pit, or isolated drill hole—known as an occurance mine.
1 North Carolina has prospect mines. deposit. nitze, h.b.c.,"gold deposits of north carolina", north carolina geological survey bull. 3, map atpg. 86, pl. vi, mine text pg. 88, References: Fred Beyer, North Carolina, the Years before Man: A Geologic History ().
Wright Horton Jr. and Victor A. Zullo, eds., The Geology of the Carolinas: Carolina Geological Society Fiftieth Anniversary Volume (). Mary-Russell Roberson and Kevin G. Stewart, The Geologic Story of the Carolinas: A Field Guide ().
Jasper Leonidas Stuckey, North Carolina: Its Geology. Some effects of regional metamorphism and geological structure on magnetic anomalies over the Carolina Slate belt near Roxboro, North Carolina.
In The Utility of Regional and Geochemistry in the Search for Metallic Ores, ed. Hood, P.J of gold and porphyry copper mineral deposits in the Lachlan Fold Belt, NSW. Carolina Slate Belt, which actually consists of two parallel north east-southwest trending belts, one lying across the central part of the State and the other along the eastern edge of the Piedmont.
The metavolcanics of the Carolina Slate Belt are divided into three units: felsic volcanics including rhyolite-and dacite tuffs and. Carolina Slate Belt - This belt consists of heated and deformed volcanic and sedimentary rocks. It was the site of a series of oceanic volcanic islands abou million years ago.
North Carolina's varied and complex geology is reflected in the diversity of its mineral industry. Although metallic no metallic minerals are presently mined.Gold- and iron sulfide-bearing deposits of the southeastern United States have distinctive mineralogical and geochemical features that provide a basis for constructing models of ore genesis for exploration and assessment of gold resources.
The largest (historic) deposits, in approximate million ounces of gold (Moz Au), include those in the Haile (~ Moz Au), Ridgeway (~ Moz Au), Brewer.MS Book and Mineral Company North Carolina Geology and Mining History II - State and Miscellaneous Publications B 84 / Carpenter, P.
A. III / METALLIC MINERAL DEPOSITS OF THE CAROLINA SLATE BELT, NORTH CAROLINA, Raleigh,pb, 89 pages, 5 tables, 24 figs., 11 plates (1 in pocket), - 1 - $ 24; or copy with slight use, - 5 - $