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Innovations in Copper Leaching Employing Ferric Sulphate-Sulphuric Acid

Description: From Introduction: "The Bureau of Mines has attempted to develop a cheap and efficient solvent that would especially meet the requirements of smaller plants. (See Bibliography). A method of producing this solution from sulphurous products and waste liquors was developed by the bureau and tried successfully on a test-plant scale at the Southwest Experiment Station in cooperation with the department of mining and metallurgy, University of Arizona, Tuscon, Ariz."
Date: 1930
Creator: Keyes, Harmon E.

Maps Showing Ground-Water Conditions in the San Simon Area, Cochise and Graham Counties, Arizona, and in Hidalgo County, New Mexico--1975

Description: This report includes two maps of the same location, one describing water-level contour, well depth in which depth to water was measured, the other describing well from which water sample was collected and irrigated areas. It includes a letter from the district chief of the United States Department of the Interior to users of the geological survey hydrologic data.
Date: October 1976
Creator: Wilson, R. P. & White, Natalie D.

The Occurrence of Uranium in the Diamond Head Group, Sierrita Mountains, Pima County, Arizona

Description: Abstract: The Diamond Head droup area is entirely igneous. Tight fractures in alaskite and granite, which have been altered by heiratite and kaolinization contain narrow seams and very locally,pods of sooty uraninite. A greater percentage of the structures in the area strike about east-west and dip steeply to the north, while the radioactive structures have similar strike, they dip steeply to both the north and the south. A drift has been driven on a mineralized structure far enough to ascertain that the general character of the mineralization is very narrow seams. Many such seams exists but are scattered throughout the area.
Date: September 1956
Creator: Miller, Robert A.