New releases from the Arizona Geological Survey – September 2017

The Arizona Geological Survey is in the process of digitizing both new and older geological reports and releasing them to the public as free downloads.

This month they released a classic work by E.D. Wilson et al.: “Arizona Lead and Zinc Deposits, Part 1″ which was originally published in 1950. (146 p., 19 plates)

Download it here: http://repository.azgs.az.gov/uri_gin/azgs/dlio/1729

They have also released an index of mining properties in Santa Cruz County, Arizona (100 pages). http://repository.azgs.az.gov/uri_gin/azgs/dlio/1730

 

Previous releases available for free down include:

(Note: some of these links take you first to my review of the papers.)

 

A guide to the geology of the Sedona & Oak Creek Canyon area of Arizona

A Guide to the Geology of the Santa Catalina Mountains

A Guide to the Geology of Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument and the Pinacate Biosphere Reserve

A Guide to the Geology of the Flagstaff Area

A Guide to Geology of Petrified Forest National Park

A Guide to Oak Creek-Mormon Lake Graben

AZGS Guides to Northern Arizona Geology

AZGS field guides to Arizona Geology

Eldred Wilson’s Proterozoic Mazatzal Revolution Arizona

 

History of the Ajo Mining District, Pima County, Arizona

History of the Warren (Bisbee) Mining District

History of the San Manuel-Kalamazoo Mine, Pinal County, Arizona

Recovery of Copper by Solution Mining Techniques

Superior, Arizona – An Old Mining Camp with Many Lives

History of the Copper Mountain (Morenci) Mining District

History of Helvetia-Rosemont Mining District, Pima County, Arizona

History of the Silver bell mining district

 

 

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