Utah gold: history, placers, and recreational regulations (PI-50)
By: C. M. WilkersonA useful guide to looking for gold on public land in Utah. This guide discusses history of gold in Utah, from the first reported gold discoveries to the operations still currently in production. Information concerning placers, planning,...
$2.50
Special issue on Utah (reprint of Rocks & Minerals Utah Special) (PI-26)
By: UGS Staff This publication is a reprint of Rocks & Minerals, v. 68, no. 6, Nov/Dec 1993. Contains articles on the geology of Utah, mineral collecting in Utah, middle Cambrian fossils, pyrite in the Park City district, Bingham Canyon...
$3.50
Gold placers in Utah (C-47)
By: UGMS staff Only a small amount of material has been published concerning placer mining in Utah, most of which is now out-of-print and available only in libraries. There are seven publications that contain sections dealing with Utah placers. Most...
$4.00
Mines and prospects containing gold in Utah (OFR-207)
By: M. A. Shubat, B. T. Tripp, C. E. Bishop, and R. E. Blackett This report contains information on 730 inactive mines and prospects in the state that produced or contain gold as a major (primary) or minor (by-product) commodity....
$8.50
Selected mining districts of Utah (MP 05-5)
By: C. L. EgeWhether you are a geologist, history buff, or rockhound, this booklet will be a helpful guide to Utah?s mining districts. The booklet is divided up into three parts: the first part provides general information on what a...
$11.49
Geology, ore deposits and history of the Big Cottonwood mining distract, Salt Lake County, Utah
By: L. P. James The Big Cottonwood area lies in the highest portion of the Wasatch Mountains southeast of Salt Lake City. It contains exposed geologic features developed during two billion years of earth history. Discoveries of small but rich...
$11.00
Field guide to geologic excursions in Utah and adjacent areas of Nevada, Idaho, and Wyoming, G.S.A. field guide, Rocky Mountain Section (MP 92-3)
By: J. R. Wilson, editorThis guidebook contains articles and road logs for field trips planned in conjunction with the 1992 meeting of the Rocky Mountain Section of the Geological Society of America held at Ogden, Utah. The field trip articles...
$16.95
Mineral, energy, and ground-water resources of San Juan County, Utah (SS-86)
By: R. W. Gloyn, C. D. Morgan, D. E. Tabet, R. E. Blackett, B. T. Tripp, and M. LoweThe Utah Geological Survey has summarized information on the known and potential mineral and energy resources in San Juan County. The compilation...
$11.00
The quartzite building stone industry of the Raft River and Grouse Creek Mountains, Box Elder County, Utah (SS-84)
By: B. T. TrippThis report complements the Utah Stone brochure by providing stone producers, land use planners, and potential stone buyers with detailed information on the quartzite building stone industry of the Raft River - Grouse Creek Mountains area of...
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Geology, ore deposits and mineralogy of the Rocky Range, near Milford, Beaver County, Utah (SS-57)
By: J. A. WhelanThe Rocky Range is a small, isolated mountain range northwest of Milford in Beaver County, Utah. The range was organized into a mining district in 1872 and has been a small but significant producer of copper and...
$8.25
2009 Summary of mineral activity in Utah (C-111)
By: R. L. Bon and K. A. KrahulecThis publications discusses the gross value of energy and mineral commodities Utah mines and energy companies produced during 2009. It also discusses the types of energy and mineral commodities produced in the state,...
$6.95
Geology and mineral resources of Box Elder County, Utah (B-115)
By: H. H. Doelling Box Elder County is situated in the northwest corner of Utah bordering with Idaho on the north, Nevada on the west, Tooele and Weber counties on the south and Cache County on the east. It comprises...
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Utahs Extractive Resource Industries 2011 (C-114)
By: Taylor Boden, Michael Vanden Berg, Ken Krahulec, Dave Tabet, and Mark GwynnOther Information:Published: 2012Pages: 27Location: Utah Media Type: Paper Publication
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Mineral and energy resources in Kane County, Utah and their occurrence with respect to Wilderness Study Areas (RI-221)
By: R. E. Blackett, C. J. Brandt, T. C. Chidsey, Jr., and C. E. BishopThe Utah Department of Community and Economic Development enlisted the help of the UGS to review and report on the objectives and procedures for mineral resource...
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Mineral occurrences in the Emergency Withdrawal Area and adjacent lands in the Great Salt Lake Desert (Tooele County) (RI-200)
By: J. W. Gwynn, K. M. Clem, M. A. Shubat, B. T. Tripp, and P. A. SturmThis mineral report was prepared to fulfill the requirements of PL 94-579 Sec. 204 (c)(2) for the emergency withdrawal of a portion of the...
$4.80
Building stone quarries and yards, Utah and parts of Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Washington, and Wyoming (OFR-521)
By: D. E. BoleneusThis report contains comprehensive information about the building stone industry in Utah and the nearby states of Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, and Washington, and is presented in three parts: 1.) an inventory of stone operations and stone yards...
$14.95
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Large mines in Utah 2008 (OFR-515)
By: R. L. Bon and S. I. Wakefield, compilersThe information in this table is from the Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining. Large Mines are those having more than five acres of disturbance at a time. Coal mines are...
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Lead and zinc publications for Utah: a collection of reprints (OFR-466)
Contains reprints of 10 out of-print items concerning uranium/vanadium. The CD contains the following publications:C-9 Initial report on the Lead Ore mine, Tooele County, Utah, by A. M. Buranek, 1942, 6 p.C-10 Preliminary report on the Milljohn silver-lead claim, Fish...
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Mines and prospects in and around the Farmington Canyon complex, northern Utah (OFR-325)
By: R. W. Gloyn, M. A. Shubat, and B. H. MayesForty-three mines and prospects were examined in the northern Wasatch Mountains of north-central Utah. Areas sampled include the Argenta, Morgan, Farmington, and Hot Springs(City Creek) districts and the Mountain Green...
$36.40
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Geochemical characteristics of hydrothermally altered black shales of the southern Oquirrh Mountains and relationships to Mercur-type gold deposits (OFR-161)
By: P. N. Wilson and W. T. Parry Alteration of the Manning Canyon and Long Trail Shales in the southern Oquirrh Mountains has resulted in (1) oxidation of organic matter and pyrite; (2) replacement by phyllosilicates; (3) silicification; (4) porphyroblast...
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Characterization of argillic alteration and K/Ar dating of illite at the Mercur gold mine, Utah: further evidence for a Mesozoic age of gold mineralization (MP 93-5)
By: P. N. Wilson and W. T. ParryMineralogical and chemical analyses of argillic ally altered rocks sampled on transects of the Carrie Steele and Lulu Graben fault zones in the Mereur gold deposit, indicate that the argillic mineralogy and geochemistry...
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Characteristics of acid-sulfate alteration in the Marysvale-Pioche mineral belt: a guide to gold mineralization (MP 91-2)
By: A. J. B. Thompson The zones of extensive acid-sulfate alteration in the Marysvale-Pioche mineral belt have been of interest to explorationists for many years, most recently for their precious metal potential. Based on recent field work, existing information and...
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Gold prospecting in Utah (MP 87-8)
By: M. R. Smith Reprinted from an August 1981 Survey Notes article, this free publication discusses the gold mining history, gold deposits, placer deposits, and prospecting for gold in Utah. Information on different types of land ownership and staking a...
$5.00
Provisional geologic map of the Gold Hill quadrangle, Tooele County, Utah (M-140)
By: J. P. Robinson, H. M. Messenger, H. H. Doelling, B. T. Tripp, and M. E. Jensen The Gold Hill area of the northern Deep Creek Range of western Utah has undergone a diverse and complicated history of deposition, igneous...
$7.95
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