2 edition of Penokee iron-bearing series of Michigan and Wisconsin. found in the catalog.
Penokee iron-bearing series of Michigan and Wisconsin.
Roland Duer Irving
|Series||Monographs of the U.S. Geological Survey -- 19|
|Contributions||Van Hise, Charles Richard, 1857-1918.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||534|
|LC Control Number||05000805|
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Full text of "United States congressional serial set" See other formats. The Penokee iron-bearing series extends from Lake Gogebic in Michigan on the eastern end to Namekagon Lake in Sawyer County on the western end (Irving and Van Hise ). This deposit was first documented in , and large-scale mining began in the s.
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The Penokee iron-bearing series of Michigan and Wisconsin / Related Titles. Series: Monographs of the United States Geological Survey ; v. Irving, Roland Duer, Van Hise, Charles Richard, Type. Book. Material. Penokee iron-bearing series of Michigan and Wisconsin.
Washington: Government Printing Office, (OCoLC) Material Penokee iron-bearing series of Michigan and Wisconsin. book Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Roland Duer Irving; Charles Richard Van Hise.
Genre/Form: Electronic books book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Irving, Roland Duer, Penokee iron-bearing series of Michigan and Wisconsin. The book remains in Very Good condition, especially for its age. United States Geological Survey Vol.
XIX Penokee Iron Bearing Series of Mich. | eBay Skip to main content. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, Hardcover.
Complete 2-volume set. 4to. Dark brown blind-ruled cloth with gilt spine lettering and front board gilt device. v, xv, pp; viii, pp. Numerous full-page heavy stock illustrations some color and tissue-guarded, line drawings, charts, foldout partly-color maps and charts, large foldout map in rear pocket of Volume I.
Very good. Index to publications "issued during the period covered by the Forty-seventh to the Fifty-second Congresses, inclusive, printed either by order of Congress, or by the several Executive Departments of the Government."--p.
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Chief Geologist. Chamberlin, Thomas C. (Thomas Chrowder), Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info [Madison, Wis.]Published under the direction of the chief geologist, by the. Appendices: A. Letters and notes of Dr. Hunt on the iron-bearing and associated rocks of the Marquette region.
Sketch of the Laurentian rocks of Michiganpt. VIII. Geology of the Menominee iron region (economic resources, lithology and westerly and southerly extension) by C.
Wright. "Topographic Instructions of the United States Geological Survey () Rabbitt, Mary C. "Minerals, lands, and geology for the common defence and general welfare: a history of public lands, Federal science and mapping policy, and development of mineral resources in the United States" US Geological Survey, 3 volumes.
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Also presented is a paper on the Penokee Iron-Bearing series of Michigan and Wisconsin, with a fold out geologic chart of the region, plus a color-coded geologic map of Michigan. Finally there is a lengthy report on the fauna of the Lower Campbrian or Olenellus Zone.
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Van Hise, afb, pages 1 -11 plates, plate 2 (the pocket plate) has been replaced with a CD containing 5 jpegs, $ 75 III c: THE COOS BAY COAL FIELD, OREGON, afb, pages -13 plates, 60 figs., $ Irving R.
& Van Hise C. THE PENOKEE IRON BEARING SERIES OF MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN U. Geological Survey Monograph #19 brown cloth as issued, light rubbing/fraying to spine ends, ex-lib with small book plate and stamp else contents vg, p, 37 pl.
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& van hise c. ; the fauna of the cambrian olenellus zone by. Abstract. There are three major types of sand: terrigenous, carbonate, and pyroclastic. Terrigenous sands are most abundant and are all ultimately derived from outside the basin of deposition by erosion of preexisting crystalline, volcanic, and sedimentary rocks and, except for eolianites, are all deposited by water.
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The Baraboo iron-bearing district of Wisconsin: Bulletin No. XIII, Economic Series No. 8 () Grant, U.S. (Ulysses Sherman), Report on the lead and zinc deposits of Wisconsin: with an atlas of detailed maps: Bulletin No. XIV, Economic Series No. 9 ().
Check out Michigan Gold & Silver, Dan Fountain’s book about the search for precious metals in the Upper Peninsula. Dr. LaBerge is the author of Geology of the Lake Superior Region and is professor emeritus of geology at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.The Gogebic Range (Fig.
2) extends for nearly km across the Wisconsin-Michigan border and produced about Mt (that graded 52–54% Fe) of dominantly soft ore between and Most of the production came from underground mines in the km central portion in settings where the Ironwood Iron Formation had been converted to direct.tions appear in a series of large monographic volumes that stand as a monument of persistent industry and commanding ability.
The more important of these are: The Penokee Iron Bearing Rocks of Michigan and Wisconsin () [with Roland Duer Irving]; The Marquette Iron .