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  • "Overview of Maine Metallic Mineral Deposits and Mining

     · Topical Reports on Maine Bedrock Geology Mineral Resources and Mining Reports Recommended Citation Marvinney Robert G. 2015 Overview of Maine Metallic Mineral Deposits and Mining Maine Geological Survey Circular 15-9 10 p..

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  • METAMORPHIC Ore Deposits Mining Geology

     · Elsewhere in the United States although there are hard-rock garnet deposits in Maine and Nevada the most important commercially are placer deposits in Idaho. Garnet is also produced as a by-product of mineral sand operations in Western

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  • USGS Mineral Resources On-Line Spatial Data China

    Extensive description of mineral deposits across a wide swath of the world includes deposit models characteristics of individual deposits and maps. Info The sedimentary carbonate-hosted giant Bayan Obo REE-Fe-Nb ore deposit of inner Mongolia China A cornerstone example for giant polymetallic ore deposits of hydrothermal origin.

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  • Metallic Mineral Exploration And Mining Certifications

     · 13. Metallic Mineral. "Metallic mineral" means any ore or material to be excavated from the natural deposits on or in the earth for its metallic mineral content to be used for commercial or industrial purposes. "Metallic mineral" does not include ores of thorium or uranium. 14. Mine Waste.

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  • "Overview of Maine Metallic Mineral Deposits and Mining

     · Marvinney Robert G. 2015 Overview of Maine Metallic Mineral Deposits and Mining Maine Geological Survey Circular 15-9 10 p.. Maine Geological Survey Publications. 120. http //digitalmaine/mgs_publications/120

    Author Robert G Marvinney

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  • Metallic Mineral Deposits in Mainenrcm

     · Very large deposits of volcanic and sedimentary rocks (shown in yellow) are spread throughout the state. Volcanic and sedimentary deposits often hold massive sulfide deposits which are what open pit mining companies will be looking for in Maine. These metallic mineral deposits are located near some of Maine s most precious natural areas

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  • Atlas of Economic Mineral Deposits by C. J.

    Maine an example of coexisting acidic and basic magmas T. R. Taylor T. A. Vogel and J. T. Wilband 433 Condie K. C. The Tijeras Greenstone evidence for depleted upper mantle beneath New Mexico during the Proterozoic 603 Cosmic grains in an iron-formation from the early Precambrian Isua supracrustal belt West Greenland a discussion. I. M.

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  • Maine Geological Survey A Collector s GuideReferences

     · A Collector s Guide to Maine Mineral Localities References Cited. Allen H. W. 1953 Progress report of limestone surveyKnox County in Report of the State Geologist Augusta Maine Maine Development Commission p. 11-29.

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  • Rare Gems and Minerals in MaineMining Locations

    New deposits can also be found by searching for pegmatite outcrops in the known mineral producing areas. Although mineral collecting is prohibited within Maine State Parks many lands are open to casual prospecting for minerals.

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  • "Overview of Maine Metallic Mineral Deposits and Mining

     · Topical Reports on Maine Bedrock Geology Mineral Resources and Mining Reports Recommended Citation Marvinney Robert G. 2015 Overview of Maine Metallic Mineral Deposits and Mining Maine Geological Survey Circular 15-9 10 p..

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  • Maine Geological Survey Mining and QuarryingFrequently

     · Tourmaline is the official State Mineral of Maine and the most valuable and highly sought-after gem material that can be found here. Gem tourmaline has been mined in Maine since the 1820 s and the oldest location (Mt. Mica in Paris Hill) is still producing today. Tourmaline is actually a group of minerals having various colors and compositions.

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  • Metallic Mineral Deposits in Mainenrcm

     · mineral deposits are located near some of Maine s most precious natural areas including on both sides of Moosehead Lake throughout the North Woods and next to Cobscook Bay. Map Source http //state.me/doc/nrimc/mgs/explore/mining/sites/nov05-1.htm Metallic Mineral Deposits in Maine

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  • About Us Maine Geological Survey Maine ACF

     · The Maine Geological Survey provides the people and businesses of Maine with essential geologic information about the land where we live and work. Our experienced geologists collect and summarize information about groundwater mineral resources surface deposits and bedrock materials stability of coastal properties and natural hazards such as

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  • Maine PegmatitesMineralogical Society of America

    The granite pegmatites of central Maine have been described in some detail by Bastin. 1 The present paper presents the results of a more detailed investigation of two recently opened deposits and some additional facts concerning some of the better known localities. Recent feldspar quarrying operations at Buckfield in Oxford County have

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  • Mining in Maine Past Present and Future

     · The most notorious development in Maine s mining history was the metal mining boom of 1879 to 1882. The origin of this boom is unclear though it is said that men returning from the gold rushes in the West found a similarity between the metal-bearing rocks of Maine and ore deposits of the western states (Perkins 1941).

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  • The Soils of Maine

     · ocean. These materials organic deposits and recent alluvium are the parent materials of the soils of Maine. During glaciation the land surface in Maine was depressed by the weight of the ice. The depressed land did not rebound rapidly when the glacier melted and as the elevation of the ocean surface increased much

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  • Gold Mineral information data and localities.

    32.99 of all Antimony deposits have Gold. 1.62 of all Gold deposits have Antimony. 28.04 of all Molybdenum deposits have Gold. 1.56 of all Gold deposits have Molybdenum. 40.84 of all Arsenic deposits have Gold. 1.33 of all Gold deposits have Arsenic. 17.44 of all Tungsten deposits have Gold.

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  • About Us Maine Geological Survey Maine ACF

     · The Maine Geological Survey provides the people and businesses of Maine with essential geologic information about the land where we live and work. Our experienced geologists collect and summarize information about groundwater mineral resources surface deposits and bedrock materials stability of coastal properties and natural hazards such as

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  • Lead-Zinc-Silver Deposits Related to the White Mountain

     · deposits sphalerite is dark brown to black but in the other deposits the mineral is characteristically honey brown. Sphalerite from the Silver Lake Kezar Falls Mineral Hill and Silverdale deposits contains 1.5 to 2 percent cadmium and 1 to 1.5 percent iron. Chalcopyrite is a minor constituent of the ores at Mascot Shelburne and Mineral Hill.

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  • METAMORPHIC Ore Deposits Mining Geology

     · Elsewhere in the United States although there are hard-rock garnet deposits in Maine and Nevada the most important commercially are placer deposits in Idaho. Garnet is also produced as a by-product of mineral sand operations in Western

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  • Interactive map of mineral resources in Maine American

     · The Maine Geological Survey s interactive map provides a range of mineral resource information for the state of Maine. The map allows users to explore Maine s significant mineral commodities mineral deposits selected historical mines and more. Much of the data can be downloaded for further use and analysis.

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  • Maine Geological Survey Mining and QuarryingFrequently

     · Tourmaline is the official State Mineral of Maine and the most valuable and highly sought-after gem material that can be found here. Gem tourmaline has been mined in Maine since the 1820 s and the oldest location (Mt. Mica in Paris Hill) is still producing today. Tourmaline is actually a group of minerals having various colors and compositions.

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  • Rare Gems and Minerals in MaineMining Locations

    New deposits can also be found by searching for pegmatite outcrops in the known mineral producing areas. Although mineral collecting is prohibited within Maine State Parks many lands are open to casual prospecting for minerals.

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  • The Maine Mineral Gem Museum Down East Magazine

    By the early 1900s large feldspar deposits had been found in western Maine and the state was the country s biggest source of the stuff. Other earthly materials had commercial value too. Mica a mineral resistant to both heat and conduction went into industrial

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  • Home Maine Mineral Gem Museum

    Tourmaline Turns 200 commemorates the bicentennial of the discovery of the Maine state mineral tourmaline in the fall of 1820. Tourmaline (elbaite) is now known from more than 60 locations in Maine and gems have been faceted from at least a dozen of them. The exhibition combines specimens showing the range of colors forms species

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  • QUARTZ AND FELDSPAR.USGS

     · These deposits are confined largely to Sagadahoc Cumberland Androscoggin and Oxford counties in southwestern Maine though occurring to some extent in association with all the large granite masses in other parts of the State. Excellent exposures occur in

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  • Mariposite Mineral information data and localities.

    Tian Qiu and Yongfeng Zhu (2014) Mineral Deposits 33(3) Egypt . Red Sea Governorate

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  • POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT UNDISCOVERED METALLIC

     · Potential for intrusion-related Au deposits exists in one or more plutons in Hancock and Washington Counties and likely in other areas of Maine as well. These deposits are characterized by associated W-Bi-Te-As-Mo-Sb mineralization in veins and/or disseminations. Important Deposit Types Minimally Explored in Maine (or in new settings/terranes

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  • Home Maine Mineral Gem Museum

    Tourmaline Turns 200 commemorates the bicentennial of the discovery of the Maine state mineral tourmaline in the fall of 1820. Tourmaline (elbaite) is now known from more than 60 locations in Maine and gems have been faceted from at least a dozen of them. The exhibition combines specimens showing the range of colors forms species

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  • About Us Maine Geological Survey Maine ACF

     · The Maine Geological Survey provides the people and businesses of Maine with essential geologic information about the land where we live and work. Our experienced geologists collect and summarize information about groundwater mineral resources surface deposits and bedrock materials stability of coastal properties and natural hazards such as

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  • Atlas of Economic Mineral Deposits by C. J.

    Maine an example of coexisting acidic and basic magmas T. R. Taylor T. A. Vogel and J. T. Wilband 433 Condie K. C. The Tijeras Greenstone evidence for depleted upper mantle beneath New Mexico during the Proterozoic 603 Cosmic grains in an iron-formation from the early Precambrian Isua supracrustal belt West Greenland a discussion. I. M.

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  • Atlas of Economic Mineral Deposits by C. J.

    Maine an example of coexisting acidic and basic magmas T. R. Taylor T. A. Vogel and J. T. Wilband 433 Condie K. C. The Tijeras Greenstone evidence for depleted upper mantle beneath New Mexico during the Proterozoic 603 Cosmic grains in an iron-formation from the early Precambrian Isua supracrustal belt West Greenland a discussion. I. M.

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  • Significant Known Metallic Mineral Deposits in Maine

     · Significant Known Metallic Mineral Deposits in Maine including approximate tonnage and grade1 Northern Maine belt (in alphabetical order) Alder Pond3.4 MT massive sulfide of which 0.8 MT grades 2-3 copper 9-17 zinc 0.5-1.0 lead and 3-6 oz/ton silver. Advanced exploration permit issued by DEP to

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  • Lithochronologic Units and Mineral Deposits of the

    The mineral deposits were compiled in the early 1980s by a group of economic geologists within the USGS Eastern Mineral Resources Branch. These geologists included deposits that were of significant size and economic importance but also included small deposits which represented the metallogenic character of the Appalachians.

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  • The Yulee heavy mineral sand deposits of northeastern

    Altama heavy mineral deposits in southeastern Georgia Economic Geology. Fine-grained rutile in the Gulf of Maine diagenetic origin source rocks and sedimentary environment of deposition Economic Geology. Physical arrangement of high-alumina clay types in a Missouri

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  • Rare Gems and Minerals in MaineMining Locations

    New deposits can also be found by searching for pegmatite outcrops in the known mineral producing areas. Although mineral collecting is prohibited within Maine State Parks many lands are open to casual prospecting for minerals.

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  • Mining in Maine Past Present and Future

     · The most notorious development in Maine s mining history was the metal mining boom of 1879 to 1882. The origin of this boom is unclear though it is said that men returning from the gold rushes in the West found a similarity between the metal-bearing rocks of Maine and ore deposits of the western states (Perkins 1941).

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  • Atlas of Economic Mineral Deposits by C. J.

    Maine an example of coexisting acidic and basic magmas T. R. Taylor T. A. Vogel and J. T. Wilband 433 Condie K. C. The Tijeras Greenstone evidence for depleted upper mantle beneath New Mexico during the Proterozoic 603 Cosmic grains in an iron-formation from the early Precambrian Isua supracrustal belt West Greenland a discussion. I. M.

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