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Geology and tungsten mineralization of a portion of the Ragged Top mining district, Pershing County, Nevada
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The area surrounding Ragged Top Mine in south –central Pershing County, Nevada, is underlain by Late Triassic-Jurassic sediments which are intruded by a Cretaceous granodiorite pluton. Tertiary volcanics overlie both the granodiorite and sediments. Mineral assemblages are developed at or near the intrusive-carbonate contact. Development of alteration and scheelite mineralization has been controlled by structure and stratigraphy.
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