2 edition of Geology of the Carlin gold deposit, Nevada found in the catalog.
Geology of the Carlin gold deposit, Nevada
Arthur S. Radtke
|Statement||by Arthur S. Radtke.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper ;, 1267|
|LC Classifications||TN423.N3 R33 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||82600080|
The deposit is in secs. 13 T. 35 N., R. 50 E., in the Tuscarora Mountains in northern Eureka County, Nevada. Since , the Carlin mine has produced over 4 million troy ounces of gold. The Carlin deposit is the principal example of a group of deposits that have many geologic, mineralogic, and geochemical features in common. This book has been cited by the following publications. Hydrothermal Alteration Mineralogy and Geochemistry of the Archean World-Class Canadian Malartic Disseminated-Stockwork Gold Deposit, Southern Abitibi Greenstone and genesis of the Meikle and neighboring Carlin-type deposits, northern Carlin trend, Nevada. Economic Geol Author: John Ridley.
1. Mineral Deposits of Nevada. Editor: Tommy B. Thompson. Economic Geology Consulting, P.O. Box , Reno, NV , USA. Introduction. Nevada is known as the “Silver” state, due primarily to the early (pre) silver production from the. The Carlin trend in northeastern Nevada forms the largest and most productive accumulation of gold deposits in North America. Teal and Jackson (b) reported a gold endowment that by the end of included past production, reserves, resources, and mineral inventory of over million ounces (3, t [metric tons]).
Sedimentary-rock-hosted (Carlin-type) gold deposits have been considered economically significant and geologically distinct since the early 's. This small database is to help western companies to get more information about these gold deposits in China, and geologists who are interested in the world Carlin-type research Carlin-type gold deposits. Although the mineralizing temperatures of the Carlin-type gold deposits are in the range of °C in both Nevada (Hofstra and Cline, ) and .
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Leading Au-producing countries in the world (Nevada Bu-reau of Mines and Geology, ). Although several Carlin-type Au deposits in Nevada are world class (> t Au) and giant (> t Au), total contained Au and ore grades vary widely across districts and within deposits (Fig.
Explo-ration drilling through cover has greatly expanded the size. Interstate 80 between Elko and Carlin, Nevada, follows the valley of the Humboldt River.
The Humboldt drains a 17, square mile basin along its mile course, located entirely within the State of Nevada. While barely a trickle of water in late summer, spring floods may swell the river well over its banks.
Current production from Carlin-type deposits dominates Au production in the country and constitutes ~9 percent of world production, making the United States one of the leading Au-producing countries in the world (Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, ).
Carlin Trend, shown with other alignments of sediment-hosted gold deposits in Nevada. 40 mi (64 km)The Carlin Unconformity or Carlin Trend is a geologic feature in northeastern Nevada which represents a period of erosion or non-deposition likely associated with a collision between a tectonic crustal block called a terrane and the North American.
The deposits, known as Carlin-type gold deposits, are characterized by extremely fine-grained nanometer-sized particles of gold adhered to. Statistical Study of Trace Elements with Reference to Geology and Genesis of the Carlin Gold Deposit, Nevada,United State Geological Survey, Washington, D.
C, Professional Paper, P 21 pages with 4 figures and 10 tables. Harris, M. and Radke, A. Get this from a library.
Geology of the Carlin gold deposit, Nevada: a detailed study of the largest disseminated-replacement gold deposit in North America. [Arthur S. Carlin Gold mine, Elko, Lynn Mining District, Eureka Co., Nevada, USA: A gold property located about 35 km N of Carlin.
Mine is a large open pit, overall 2, m long, m wide and up to m deep, comprised of four connected pits (West, Main, South & East). Carlin deposits are named after the little settlements of Carlin in Northeastern Nevada which is situated on the linear deposits that make up the Carlin trend where this type of deposit was first identified and where the majority of the gold currently mined in the US is derived from.
Get this from a library. Geology of the Carlin gold deposit, Nevada. [Arthur S Radtke; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. geology, fluid inclusions, and stable isotope geo- chemistry of the Carlin deposit, the largest dissemi- nated replacement gold deposit in carbonate rocks discovered to date in the western United States.
The deposit is in secs. 13 T. 35 N., R. 50 E., in the Tuscarora Mountains in northern Eureka County, Nevada (Fig. Nevada produces about 80% of the gold in the U.S., making it the fourth largest gold producer in the world (Price, ). Most of the gold produced in Nevada comes from Eocene-age Carlin-type deposits, which predominantly occur along two major trends; the Battle Mountain-Eureka trend and the Carlin trend (cf.
Hofstra and Cline,File Size: 8MB. Another outstanding guide by Delos Toole - essential for Nevada gold nugget hunting. This book is an " x 11" paperback with pages loaded with topographic maps, gold placer mining districts, directions, even more maps, and lots of other useful information.
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[Harris, M. and Radke, A. S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Statistical Study of Trace Elements with Reference to Geology and Genesis of the Carlin Gold Deposit, Author: A. Harris, M. and Radke. Nevada truly is “elephant country” when it comes to major gold deposits.
Throughcumulative gold production on the Carlin trend exceeded 86 million ounces (Special Publication MI, The Nevada Mineral Industry, Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology.
Gold Ore Processing Plant, Crushing Quartz Hardrock Gold and Smelting Buttons to Sell for Cash Money - Duration: mbmmllcviews. Gold Deposits of the Carlin Trend (Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, Bulletin ) [Thompson, Teal, and Meeuwig] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gold Deposits of the Carlin Trend (Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology, Bulletin )Manufacturer: University of Nevada, Reno Mackay School of Mines.
THE Carlin gold deposit, discovered inhas pro- duced more than 4 million ounces ( t) of Au and is the type deposit of the most important group of Au mines developed in the United States since The deposit is located in north-central Nevada in the Lynn-Pinon mineral belt (Roberts, ), more re.
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PP / Harris, M. and Radtke, A. / STATISTICAL STUDY OF SELECTED TRACE ELEMENTS WITH REFERENCE TO GEOLOGY AND GENESIS OF THE CARLIN GOLD DEPOSIT, NEVADA,pb, 21 pages, 4 figs., 10 tables, $.
The Carlin Gold trend is a belt of gold deposits, primarily in Paleozoic limy sediments, that are about 50 miles wide and 40 miles long. Carlin-style deposits are found around the world.Geology.
The Carlin type deposits show enrichment in the elements gold, arsenic, antimony, mercury, thallium and enrichment is created by hydrothermal circulation with a temperature of up to °C.
The underlying rocks out of which the minerals are dissolved are normally silty carbonates, although also silicates and other sediments are possible.Geology and stable isotope studies of the Carlin gold deposit, Nevada Article (PDF Available) in Economic Geology 75(5) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.