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The geology and uranium occurrences of the Washington mining district, Lyon County, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1979)
The geology and uranium occurrences in the Washington Mining District have been studied. Minor uranium mineralization as well as radioactive anomalies, is of probable hydrothermal origin.
Geology and uranium content of middle Tertiary ash-flow tuffs in the northern part of Dogskin Mountain, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1978)
The geology and uranium content of Middle Tertiary ash-flow tuffs, located in the northern part of Dogskin Mountain, have been studied. Cooling units erupted from several sources have been identified. All cooling units on ...
Stratigraphy, structure and geochemistry of the Horse Canyon disseminated Gold Mine, Eureka Co., Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1992)
The Horse Canyon gold deposit is hosted by Devonian Wenban Limestone (lower plate), and Ordovician Vivini Formation (upper plate). The Roberts Mountains thrust runs through the deposit.
Geology and ore deposits of the Johnnie district, Nye County, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1976)
The geology and ore deposits of the Johnnie District located in Nye County, Nevada were studied.
Stratigraphy of Devonian-Mississippian rocks, northern Pinon Range, southwestern Elko County, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1991)
The stratigraphy of Devonian and Mississippian rocks found in the Northern Piñon Range of Elko County, Nevada, was studied. This study clarifies the differences in the Upper Devonian and Mississippian siliciclastics in the ...
Late Cenozoic geology and tectonics of Stewart and Monte Cristo Valleys, west-central Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1984)
The geology and tectonics of Stewart and Monte Cristo Valleys, located in west-central Nevada, have been studied. Discontinuous right-normal-slip faults comprise the fault zone.
Geology of the Carbon Ridge area, Eureka County, Nevada, with emphasis on the Diamond Peak Formation
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1974)
The geology of the Carbon Ridge area has been studied. The structure in area indicates that post-Mississippian warping of the Chainman and Diamond Peak Formations bent the units down toward the south in the southern part ...