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Delineation of the Shinarump Pinchout by Drilling, Clay Gulch, San Juan County, Utah

Description: From abstract: The results of diamond-drill exploration for the Shinarump member of the Chinle formation in Clay Gulch, San Juan County, Utah, indicate that between Clay Gulch and exposures along Red House Cliffs, about 2 miles east, a dominantly continuous blanket of the Shinarump member wedges out northeast of a line trending N. 150 W.
Date: October 1956
Creator: Santos, Elmer S.

Electrical Resistivity Investigations on Holiday Mesa, San Juan County, Utah

Description: From abstract: The purpose of this preliminary electrical resistivity investigation of Holiday Mesa, Monument Valley region, San Juan County, Utah, was to determine the feasibility of a detailed survey to delineate channels cut into the Moenkopi formation and filled with sediments of Shinarump conglomerate. These structures are in many places related to the localization of uranium ore.
Date: May 1954
Creator: Jackson, Wayne H.

Evaluation of The Texas Company Airborne Radioactivity Survey at Blanding, Utah

Description: Purpose and scope: The purpose of this report is to present an analysis and evaluation of the airborne radioactivity survey of the Blanding, Utah district conducted by The Texas Company on behalf of the Atomic energy Commission. Within the scope of the report, only the results of the airborne survey and the data used in its evaluation are presented. No attempt is made to discuss the details of the survey or of the drilling program conducted in the area. A separate report by P. 1. Melanoon, on the drilling program is in preparation.
Date: April 25, 1952
Creator: Rosenzweig, Abraham

Geology and Drilling Recommendations Oak Spring Area Apache County, Arizona, and San Juan County, New Mexico

Description: Abstract: Uranium ore deposits on two exposed rims and past production records of tonnage and grade indicate an exploration program is justified in the Oak Springs area. A minimum of 24,000 feet of core drilling is recommended with a maximum of 75,000 feet to be based on favorability as determined by subsurface studies.
Date: April 3, 1952
Creator: Swanson, Melvin A. & Hatfield, Kenneth G.

Geology of the Happy Jack Mine, White Canyon Area, San Juan County, Utah

Description: From abstract: The Happy Jack mine is in the White Canyon area, San Juan County, Utah. Production is from high-grade uranium deposits in the Shinarump conglomerate of Triassic age. The Shinarump strata range from 161/2 to 40 feet in thickness and the lower part of these beds fills an eastward-trending channel that is more than 750 feet wide and 10 feet deep.
Date: 1955
Creator: Trites, Albert F., Jr. & Chew, Randall T., III

Geology of the Monument Valley-Navajo Mountain Region, San Juan County, Utah

Description: From abstract: The Monument Valley-Navajo Mountain region is part of the Colorado Plateau and includes about 1,100 square miles in San Juan County, southeastern Utah, lying between the San Juan and Colorado Rivers on the north and the Utah-Arizona State line on the south. Included in the region are Navajo Mountain, the Rainbow Natural Bridge, and a part of the picturesque Monument Valley.
Date: 1936
Creator: Baker, Arthur A.

Interim Report on Botanical Prospecting for Uranium in the Shinarump Conglomerate at Deer Flat, White Canyon District, San Juan County, Utah

Description: Report discussing a study in which the plant analysis method of botanical prospecting for concealed uranium deposits was employed in the Deer Flat area, White Canyon district, San Juan County, Utah. The study took place from May to July, 1953.
Date: September 1955
Creator: Froelich, A. J. & Kleinhampl, F. J.

Interpretation and Evaluation of the Uranium Occurences Near Goodsprings, Nevada: Final Report

Description: Abstract: The uranium occurrences near Goodsprings, Clark Co., Nevada, are divided into two distinct types which differ from each other in geographic distribution, localization of mineralization, mineralogy and origin. None of the known deposits is of present commercial significance and therefore this study emphasizes the genetic rather than the economic aspects.
Date: December 31, 1954
Creator: Barton, Paul B., Jr. & Behre, Charles H., Jr.

Mineral Resources of the Behind the Rocks Wilderness Study Area, Grand and San Juan Counties, Utah

Description: Abstract: The Behind the Rocks Wilderness Study Area (UT-060-140A) consists of 12,635 acres in Grand and San Juan Counties, Utah. The study area has inferred subeconomic resources of potash and halite in the subsurface, and sandstone on the surface. The study area has high potential for undiscovered resources of oil and gas, low potential for undiscovered uranium, copper, vanadium, gold, silver, other metals, and geothermal energy, and unknown potential for the rare-earth mineral, braitschite. There is no resource potential for potash or halite (beyond the previously mentioned inferred resources) or for coal.
Date: 1988
Creator: Patterson, Charles G.; Toth, Margo I. & Case, James E.

Mineral Resources of the Indian Creek, Bridger Jack Mesa, and Butler Wash Wilderness Study Areas, San Juan County, Utah

Description: From abstract: The Indian Creek (UT-060-164), Bridger Jack Mesa (UT-060-167), and Butler Wash (UT-060-169) Wilderness Study Areas are located in San Juan County, southeastern Utah. Inferred subeconomic resources of sandstone and sand and gravel exist within all three wilderness study areas, but because of their abundance throughout the region, their distance from current markets, and their lack of unique properties, these materials have no current likelihood for development.
Date: 1989
Creator: Patterson, Charles G.; Toth, Margo I. & Case, James E.

Mining Methods and Techniques Used at the Radon Longwall Operation, Hecla Mining Company, San Juan County, Utah

Description: Report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines discussing uranium mining methods. As stated in the introduction, "the Federal Bureau of Mines is publishing a series of studies on the methods and costs of mining uranium on the Colorado Plateau. This report describes the long-wall mining methods and techniques used at the Radon mine, Big Indian district, San Juan County, Utah" (p. 1). This report includes maps, tables, illustrations, photographs.
Date: 1961
Creator: Dare, Wilbert Leland & Lindstrom, P. M.