Contributions to economic geology, 1905

  • 506 Pages
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  • English
U.S. Government Printing Office , Washington, DC
Mines and mineral resources -- United States., Geology, Economic -- United St
StatementS.F. Emmons, E.C. Eckel.
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 285
ContributionsEckel, Edwin Clarence, 1875-1941., Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination506 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20438446M

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Moreno, in the s. The geological expeditions of the La Plata Museum started in the s and covered the Andean region, although they were focused in the Patagonian Andes. 6 CONTRIBUTIONS TO ECONOMIC GEOLOGY,PART II. use of future generations. Accordingly the technologic branch of the Survey is engaged in studying the fuel problems in order to devise, if possible, less wasteful methods of mining and more economical Author: Marius Robinson Campbell.

The Survey's " Contributions to economic geology " have been pub­ lished annually since In the increase in the number of papers coming under this classification made it necessary to divide the contributions into two parts, one including papers on metalsAuthor: David White, G.H.

Ashley, M.R. Campbell. Pages in category "Publications established in " The following 52 pages are in this category, out of 52 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

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The sixth edition is pages long and divided into three main sections, the first, relatively short, on the Physical features of India, the second a huge contribution on the stratigraphy of India from the Archaean to the Pleistocene and Recent and finally a relatively short section on the Economic Geology of India.

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ash in seawater. The Upper Cretaceous shallow sea in which much of the ash fell covered Wyoming about 94 to 98 million years ago during the deposition of .It is proposed in this volume to discuss the economic aspects of geology without exhaustive discussion of the principles of geology which are involved.

Practically the whole range of geologic science has some sort of economic application, and it would be futile to attempt in one volume even a survey of the science of geology as a whole.